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  1. #16
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    Phoebe, hands down. It's a lovely looking name with wonderful history, I should like it but that repeating ee-ee sound is just nails on a chalkboard to me.

    Imogen-It just sounds very boring to me.

    Winifred • Matilda • Adelaide • Johanna • Emmeline • Gwendolyn • Genevieve • Margery • Clara
    Jacqueline • Helena • Georgina • Eloise • Isabel • Eliza • Madeline • Henrietta • Iris • Juliet • Adela

    Isaac • James • Julian • Nathaniel • Sebastian • Alexander • Wesley • August • Elijah • Oliver
    Quentin • Victor • Felix • Vincent • Adrian • Anthony • Ian • Jonathan • Elliot • Edwin • Peter

  2. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by mischa View Post
    Many Berries love the name Aurora. I can agree that it looks pretty on the page but it's a b*tch to say aloud.
    I totally agree with this. In fact, any name with a double 'r' sound I struggle with. I work with a guy called Rory and I actually have to consciously think about it every time I say his name.

    Anna Katherine * Lydia Ellen * Zoe Madeleine * Phoebe ___ * Imogen ___ * Emilia ___
    Samuel * Thomas * Charlie * Reuben * Oliver * George


  3. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahdoodle View Post
    Eulalie for sure. Cassia depending on how it's pronounced. (I really like cas-ee-a but strongly dislike cash-a.)
    I feel the same way about Cassia!

    Other names that I really like in print but am not smitten with out loud for some reason or other:

    Leonie-The most frustrating one because it's one of my favorites! It just sounds so strange and clumsy to me when I say it.
    Ottilie-Same as with Leonie.
    Ezekiel-Sounds like I'm struggling.
    Bastien-The only way I like it pronounced is the French way but I don't speak French regularly.
    Lucien- Really like it but can only think and hear "Lucy" when I say it out loud.
    *Middles*

    Alexander * Amos * Bay * Benjamin * Casper * Castiel * Corwin * Davis * Dawson * Ezekiel *Emmet * Henry * Hugo * Jace * Jasper * Joseph * Jude * Leon * Luca * Quill * River * Simeon* Theodore * Valor * Vincent * Wilder * Zane
    *****
    Adeline * Annalise * Azalea * Bluebelle * Bethel * Charlotte * Frances * Hyacinth * Jane * June *Jemima * Lila * Lilac * Marianne * Milena * Odele * Penelope * Plum * Poet * Priya * Prudence* Quilla * Rivers * Rose * Thalia * Winter * Zahira

  4. #22
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    Aug 2013
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    ♔ "In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different." - Coco Chanel ♔


    ~ Florence ○ Evelyn ○ Charlotte ○ Minnie ○ Elsie ○ Alice ○ Sophia ○ Violet ○ Betsy ○ Lillian ○ Maude ○ Martha ○ Isabella ~

    ~ Charlie ○ Thomas ○ Ernest ○ Addison ○ Daniel ○ Henry ○ Alfie ○ James ○ Ethan ○ Albert ○ George ○ Andrew ~

  5. #24
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    Genevieve and Guinevere. Such beautiful names on paper, even in my head, but when I try to say them out loud or I hear someone else saying it out loud... it's just not as pretty. It also depends on the pronunciation and individual accent, I guess. From my favourites, Taran and Vega actually sound better in my head or on paper rather than said out loud.
    Marta Alexandra. 23.

    ♀ Aria Kristina * Cecilia Marguerite * Francesca Sage * Saga Valentina *

    ♂ Noel Frederick * Louis Edgar * Bernard * Tristan * Antoine *

    GP's: Lavender * Solstice * Claude * Heath *

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