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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2013

    Lightbulb The "C" and "D" List

    Please talk me into or out of my favorite C's and D's .

    "Close your eyes and think about it.

    Which name do you really, really love the most?

    Go with the one that makes you smile every time you say it."

    --Suelain Moy, author

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    "Close your eyes and think about it.

    Which name do you really, really love the most?

    Go with the one that makes you smile every time you say it."

    --Suelain Moy, author

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    Clarinda - is a bit much, I'm not fan of the inda ending either
    Clover - sounds cool but also very modern
    Cordelia - lovely sound, the -elia ending makes this name incredibly melodic
    Cressida - sounds very harsh, you have the "cress" beginning and the short ida ending, there's no soft sound in this name
    Daffodil - not really a name to me
    Dana - a bit retro
    Deirdre - not a fan of how it looks, I wasn't sure how to pronounce it when I first looked at it
    Della - sweet but it's lacking something

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  4. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Ontario, Canada
    Clarinda- pretty and flowery, but sounds like a snobby upper-class girl to me for some reason. 4/10

    Clover- cute, spunky, and peppy, makes me think of springtime and nice weather. I could imagine a certain type of girl wearing this really well but also people hating how it's not very "proper". 6/10

    Cordelia- I absolutely love Cordelia; it's one of my favourite names! Beautiful, sophisticated, gentle, whisper-soft, strong, bold, dramatic, everything I'd want in a girl's name. There's also the Anne of Green Gables association. 10/10!

    Cressida- stunning, dramatic, eye-catching, and gorgeous. Makes me think of cresting waves. 9/10

    Daffodil- sweet and fun, but I'd have a hard time taking a professional woman named Daffodil seriously- better for a middle name or a pet. 5/10

    Dana- this feels a bit harsh and masculine to me. I know a girl named Daniella, nn Dana, and I've always thought that was clever. 3/10

    Deirdre- harsh and grating to me, sorry, and the pronunciation always seemed rather unintuitive. 2/10

    Della- a bit nicknamey and insubstantial, but Adela/Adella would be pretty. 4/10

    Sorry if I was too harsh
    ~Love names, literature, royals and horses~ <3

    Favourite names:
    Girls: Azalea, Cordelia, Elizabeth, Rosalind, Scarlett, Felicity, Juliet
    Boys: Fitzwilliam, Sebastian, Percival, Prospero, Orlando, Darcy

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    Clover - Clover is growing on me. I love it as a middle name but starting to picture it more for a first name.
    Daffodil - Daffodil would make a fun, unexpected middle name.

    The others are just not to my own personal taste.
    Piers Lachlan Wilder
    Charlie Bennett Wolf
    Oliver Henry Birch
    Crispin Everett Gray
    George Emory ?
    Teddy ? ?
    Sophie Elizabeth Fable
    Grace Margaret Birdie
    Emma Jane Magnolia
    Tilly Annabel Vesper
    Eloise ? Sunday/Maple
    Nora Vivienne Azure
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    heart my son

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