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  1. #1
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    Name the child for each couple

    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter:

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    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter:

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    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter:

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    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son:

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    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son:

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    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter:

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    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son:
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter: Flora Soleil

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    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter: Julia Kylie

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    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter: Megumi Flash [Megumi means blessing]

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    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son: Quillen Tobias

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    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son: Ace Bartholomew

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    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter: Annabella Celeste [Celeste for 'celestial']

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    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son: Timothy Redmond
    ~Tali~


    Girls: Ivy, Caroline, Bryony, Augusta, Idony, Adeline, Elizabeth, Sage, Delphine

    Boys: Adrian, Halcyon, Everett, Nathaniel, Elliott, Brighton, Theodore, Levi, Camden

  3. #5
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter: Ruth Ophelia "Ruthie"
    Ruth is a traditional, respectable name that is well-known, but rarely used nowadays, and Ruthie is a spunky, more modern-sounding nickname. Ophelia fits her desire for something more unique.


    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter: Sarah Elizabeth
    Both Sarah and Elizabeth were popular in the 80's but they're also classic names a girl can grow into.


    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter: Hana Halcyon
    Hana means "flower" in Japanese, but it's also an Eastern European version of Hannah, so it doesn't clash with their heritage. Halcyon stems from the name of a mythological bird. It's an unusual name, and it also fits the criteria of relating to nature and being a word.


    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son: Angus Ulysses "Gus"
    Angus is manly and tough, while the nickname Gus is more casual and less rough. Ulysses references the James Joyce classic.


    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son: Christopher Aloysius "Kit"
    Christopher fits the mom's desire for something Shakespearian and classic, while the nickname Kit fits the dad's tastes. Aloysius is a classic name that also fits the dad's old-fashioned tastes and the mom's wishes for something eccentric.


    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter: Calliope Marie "Callie"
    Calliope meets the dad's desire for something long and uncommon, and is also pulled from mythology. On the other hand, the nickname Callie is normal and common, and fits the mom's criteria. Marie is very simple and common, catering to the mom's wishes.


    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son: Alexander Charles "Alex"
    Alex is sporty and fits the dad's criteria, while the full name Alexander Charles is classic and works for the mom's taste.

  4. #7
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter: Philomena Acacia

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    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter: Lillian Emma

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    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter: Plum Kairi

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    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son: Dashiell Holden "Dash" (after Dashiell Hammett)

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    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son: Lear Alexander (King Lear)

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    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter: Penelope Kate

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    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son: Ryan Emmett

  5. #9
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter:

    - Iris Elowen

    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter:

    - Lydia Kate

    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter:

    - Kaiya Snow

    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son:

    - Archer Wolf

    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son:

    - Titus Jack

    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter:

    - Maia Phoebe

    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son:

    - Theodore Patrick

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