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  1. #71
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    Re: What names have we missed?

    Oops, definitely just sent in a feedback@ email about this instead of checking the fourms!

    A few you might consider:

    Hyacinth - male as well as female - indeed, the original gangsta of Hyacinths was St Hyacinth, a man.

    Betony female this is another name for bishopswort, a common purple flower native to Europe. Etymology uncertain, but its similarity to "Bethany" makes it a nice option today.

    Calanthia female, variant of Calantha/Calanthe.

  2. #73

    Re: What names have we missed?

    Fjola - I believe it to mean "violet" and is probably of Scandinavian (some sites claim Icelandic) origin. It is pronounced "FYO-la" leaning slightly towards "FEE-O-la".

  3. #75
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    Re: What names have we missed?

    Athanasius (from Athanasios) - male, means immortal or undying - he was a doctor of the Church. Falls in with the Ambrose/Anselm/August crowd.

  4. #77
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    Re: What names have we missed?

    Ponette (the title character in a sad but wonderful little French movie, not sure of the meaning)
    Smita (a Hindu name that means "smiling")
    :: o l i v e ::

  5. #79
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    Re: What names have we missed?

    I thought of one more...Sartor. I believe it's another word for Tailor. It fits with all of the occupational names (Cooper, Miller, Archer, etc) that are popular right now, and is a nice alternative to Taylor.
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