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  1. #26
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    Re: 4th child - Really need help with a unique Girl's name-

    I liked the early suggestions of Circe or Cressida.
    Pam Satran
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  2. #28
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    Re: 4th child - Really need help with a unique Girl's name-

    Quote Originally Posted by jill
    My favorite from your list is Iris. :-)

    Aurora - love, nn Rory
    Briony - my fave on this list!
    Bellamy (if you're looking for another unisex name...)
    Cordelia (the Delia part is pretty close to Indiana's "Diana" ending, though) - yeah
    Clementine - love
    Cleo
    Dahlia (see Cordelia) - love
    Gemma - love
    Marigold (I can totally see Marigold with your kids' names...)
    Magnolia (Ditto...)
    Marlo
    Poppy
    Romy- love
    Tamsin (the s is pronounced like a Z) - love
    Willow

    Some of the above are more unusual than others, but I can see
    them all with your children's names.




    Good luck!
    I made comments on Jill's list. If I made a list, it would pretty much have the same names.

    Also

    Acadia
    Amandine
    Arden
    Atlantis
    Augustine nn Gussie
    Avalon
    Cheshire
    love the suggestion of Cressida
    Denali
    Domino
    Florence
    Freesia
    Geneva
    Jacaranda
    Lavender
    love the suggestions of London and Berlin
    Madrigal
    Naphtalie nn Tallie
    Niodrara
    Nokomis - Hiawatha's grandmother, nn Mimi
    Paloma
    Peregrine nn Perry
    Romilly
    Sidonie
    Taliesin nn Tallie
    Topanga
    Venice
    Verona
    Wallis
    Windermere nn Mere (I would pronounce Mere like Mare even though in the word Winermere, Mere sounds like mere.)

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    Re: 4th child - Really need help with a unique Girl's name-


  4. #32

    Re: 4th child - Really need help with a unique Girl's name-

    Out of your current list, I think Cadence, Aria, and Lux seem to flow well with your other children's names. And also, have you thought about Aquinnah (with or without the "h" is acceptable) as a more feminine version of Quincy? I think it still goes really well.

    Good luck!

  5. #34
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    Re: 4th child - Really need help with a unique Girl's name-

    I love so many of these suggestions, like Romilly, Lavender, and, Verona (I just heard that name when I watched "Away We Go."

    Good luck! :-)

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