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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.
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    Victoria Willow • Juliet Adair • Clara Winter • Beverly Elena
    Adrienne Ruby • Alice Margery • Eloise Mavis • Gloria Violet

    Victor Roman • Abraham Gideon • Everett Jasper • Elliott Brennan
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  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
    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.
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    Darcy, Quentin, Elliott, James, Marianne, Josephine, Henrietta
    Robin, Hazel
    Claire
    August, Hawk, Sydney, Primrose, Isis, Lavender
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  4. #22
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    eighteen, no babies yet, but thinking about;

    ~Tillie, Myrtle, Bessie, Millie, Minnie, Louisa, Amelie, Elsie, Ethel, Florence, Doris, Nellie
    Agatha, Mildred, Lillian, Eleanor, Florrie, Betsy, Violet, Esme, Daisy, Poppy, Martha, Beatrice~


    ~Neville, Matthew, Richard, Ernest, Alfie, Thomas, Walter, Louis, Christopher, Henry, Harry
    James, Albert, Joshua, Percy, Freddie, Andrew, George, Kit, Edward, Mark, Kieran, Emery, Tristan~

  5. #24
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    Apr 2014
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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.
    M. A. H. 22.

    ♀ Aria * Cecilia * Frances * Mae * Christina * Tea * Elizabella * Gia * Sage * Bernadette * Yasmine * Jade * Gaynor * Temperance * Marguerite *

    ♂ Louis * Noel * Frederick * Logan * Edward * John * Gordon * Maximilian * Heathcliff * Bernard * Edgar * Milton * Edmund * Tristan *

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