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  1. #6
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    Re: Names to go with Beatrice

    Dashiell Green is fabulous! For girls, I think Louisa Green is cute as a button.
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  2. #8
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    Re: Names to go with Beatrice

    Imogene won't rhyme if you pronounce it the way the Brits do, where the second syllable is more gin than gene. :) Prettier that way too, imo.

  3. #10
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    Re: Names to go with Beatrice

    Melissa, Imogene is im-oh-gene, at least here in the States, Imogen is the British version, pronounced im-oh-jen/gin. Imogene reminds me of Imogene Coca, Imogen screams Shakespeare! (Okay, showing my snobby seolf in this post, sorry!) :D
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  4. #12
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    Re: Names to go with Beatrice

    Right you are, Lola, which is why I prefer the Brit version. Also, I've never known any Americans with the name, but the way you have it sounds an awful lot like Emma Jean (with the emphasis on awful).

  5. #14
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    Re: Names to go with Beatrice

    Celeste, yeah, it's one of my faves!
    Amabel
    I love the other posters' ideas. Especially Viola.

    Julian
    Adrian
    Theodore
    Albert
    Chester
    Arthur
    Harvey
    Maxfield

    My aunt's name was Beatrice. Her second husband was named Leroy. I think Leroy's time will come again, but I would be afraid to use that name. Her brother was named Ross which is a handsome name.

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