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  1. #6
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    I don't like it at all sorry. And I think it'd be hard for someone to pull off a name like Alabama.
    Josephine, wife to Robert
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  2. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by giinkies View Post
    #1 Too many word names for one little child. 3 word names are OTT because it sounds like the parent is talking about the name of a plant or describing a type of flower. Think along the lines of Georgia Peach.
    Place name +(derogatory) term for the Romani people + Flower = sentence.

    #2 People consider the word gypsy to be a derogatory term used to describe the Romani people. It is a controversial choice.

    I understand the appeal due to the frilliness of the name, but for these reasons I can't get on board with this name.
    I agree completely

  3. #10
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    I think it sounds cute for a character name, and that's about it. Personally. I am not a fan of Alabama, and I dislike the feeling of Gypsy Rose. I think it takes away from Rose.
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  4. #12
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    I actually like the sound and "footloose and fancy-free" vibe of Alabama Gypsy Rose. Too many word names for one person though. My first thought was actually, that would be a great name for a horse! (Lots of competition horses have names that sound like a phrase, e.g. Miners Frolic or High Kingdom)
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  5. #14
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    It seems that iam on the minority but i actually like this one . Maybe its my mood who likes really usuali names right now but i find it really interesting & refresh .

    Although iam not sure that all the girls could pull off that name .
    Vasiliki ,
    Greek , eighteen , university student , finally owner of kitten , Maurice .

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