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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Land of Cotton

    Love _____, But Not ______

    Are their any names that you love, but hate a very similar name? Maybe you don't hate the name, but it just doesn't share the appeal of its counterpart. Maybe one has a negative connotation for you, but the other is lovely.

    Do you have any examples of this?

    I have a few, but I think the most prominent for me is that I adore Clara, but severely dislike Claire.
    Ashley l Christian l Journalist

    Lorelei Anouk ○ Hermione Iris ○ Rosalind Cora ○ Ingrid Molly ○ Sophie Heloise ○ Merida Lucy ○ Ruby Evangeline ○ Genevieve Winter ○ Cecelia Bliss

    Phineas Reid ○ Rafferty Fox ○ Deacon Murray ○ Harvey Penn ○ Barnaby Roux ○ Percival Jack ○ Gideon Ace ○ Judah Montgomery

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    I love Sophie, but only mildly like Sophia.
    21 years old and trying to save the world

    Harriet Jean - Olive Theodora - Delphi Susanna - Saskia Margaret - Winifred Alice

    Tobias Hugo - David Augustus - Peter Archibald - Charles Finnian - Rupert Ezra

    In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer -Albert Camus

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    I love Hugh, but I'm not that fond of Hugo.
    Dashing Gents:
    Eli Daniel, Samuel Hugh (Sam), Maxwell Owen (Max), and Ezra Vincent

    Lovely Ladies:
    Rachel Iris, Lucy Honora, Sylvia Esther (Sylvie), and Eleanor Jean

  4. #7
    Join Date
    May 2014
    East Coast
    I'm with you on Clara and Claire. Clara is lovely, but Claire makes me cringe.

    I love Emilia, but I'm not a fan of Amelia. Finley is one of my favorites, but I don't like Finlay at all.
    Last edited by alexnj; May 26th, 2014 at 02:21 AM.
    Alexandria Kate
    Full time baby name lover who does hair on the side.

    Violet . Eliza . Sloane
    Sawyer . Lincoln . August

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Mine is a bit ridiculous. I LOVE Austen, but don't like Austin.
    Austen to me feels distinguished, is a last-name for a first name (which I love), has the literary connotations, whereas Austin just feels like a cowboy name, there's Austin in Texas, and Austin Powers.
    Silly stuff I know, but that's how I feel. Plus we pronounce them slightly differently, Austen is a bit softer.
    Little Munchkin due March 2016

    Elliott Hezekiah - Walter Theodore - Austen Elisha
    Matilda Florence - Adelaide Penelope - Charlotte Evangeline

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