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  1. #6
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    Piers Lachlan Wilder | Henry Oliver Birch
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  2. #8
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    Sylvia Noelle is beautiful! Sabrina and Corliss are okay, but I feel like neither one of them should have to compromise more than the other for the name of their child. I would encourage them to keep Sylvia Noelle as their back-up, but keep searching for the perfect one that gets them both really excited.

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  3. #10
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    I like Sabrina Noelle the best.

  4. #12
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    Aug 2010
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    Corina, Cosette, Coralia and Cordelia seem to have sounds that both parties like, maybe also Seraphina.
    Out of the three I love Sabrina, it just sparkles.
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  5. #14
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    Apr 2013
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    I love Sylvia and Sabrina, but I'm not a fan of Corliss - it sounds too much like 'careless,' which is where the name comes from, I think. If they like the sounds of Sabrina, Corliss and Sylvia, I'd suggest Clarissa - it's light, feminine, shares a lot of sounds with Corliss, gives me the same 1800s-to-1990s feeling that I get from Sabrina (hello, Melissa Joan Hart) and Sylvia.

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