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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2013

    Names that everyone else seems to love

    This is just a place to post names that you dislike but everyone else seems to love, or the other way round.

    Personally I really don't like Nora. It's just clunky and unpleasant for me to say.

    DISCLAIMER: Respect other people's opinions; feel free to ask questions but there is never any need to be rude.
    Lily Alice

    Arabella Felicity Audette - Clementine Minerva Hale - Emmanuelle Ginevra Aurore - Juliet Ophelia Verity
    Meredith Cordelia Victoire - Rosalie Vasilisa Fleur

    Benedict Peter Knight - Dominic Theodore James - Frederick Evander Dean - Spencer Alaric George

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    There are plenty of them.
    Stella- It sounds like a brand of baby clothes.
    Sadie- My friend's dog is named Sadie, and it seems too cutesy for a human.
    William- It's been used so often that it just seems dry.
    Christopher- Not so bad by itself, but I hate the nickname Chris.
    teen berry
    excuse my username

    Isla Juno - Elodie Clover - Genevieve Aisling- Juliet Sparrow
    Wolfgang Pascal - Evander Hugo - Jasper Fox - Theodore Blaise - Lucian Atlas

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Beatrix - Fleur - Minnow - Zelda - Fern - Winifred - Poet

    Wolfgang - Atlas - Huck - Abraham - Ernest - Ulysses - Fox - Alasdair

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    New Hampshire

  5. #9
    Join Date
    May 2014
    New York City
    I'll do this judging by a couple handfuls of the most popular names on Nameberry and the Social Security Administration, and some other assorteds that I can think of.

    Everyone seems to love

    Noah, Alexander, Jayden (most -den names are laborious for me to say), Elijah, Benjamin (Ben is boring), Logan, Lucas (predictable and boring), Christopher (hate Chris), Dylan, Carter, Hunter, Landon, Jaxon, Brayden (-den name), Henry, Finn
    Sophia, Emily, Abigail, AUBREY (really can't stand), Madison, Avery, Chloe, Zoe, Riley (boys' name too masculine for a girl and too feminine for a boy), Peyton, Khaleesi, (and anything deliberately off the grid for the sake of it.)

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