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February 12th, 2012 04:59 AM #11
Thanks everyone! Rebeccaroo, Cameo does that doesnt it, just 'sticks' haha, such a pity coincedence about the web page, ick! maybe as a middle name seeing as your friends and family dont like it aswell, although who knows it might stick to them in time.
I never use to like the Gil part in Gilda aswell but thats disapeared now.
Im not religious so i dont have any bad connetations with Saul.
any one else ?
February 12th, 2012 02:57 PM #13
Gilda - Reminds me of Hilda or Glinda? Both witches, and so it makes me think of a witch, a good one though? NMS
Cameo - I like this actually, but I wouldn't use it myself
Saul - I was brought up Christian, though I am not any longer, I still get the negative connotations of this name, and can't get past them, either way it's NMS.
Elanore - Dislike the spelling, but love Eleanor. Such a cute name! Reminds me of the chipmunk, always has always will.
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July 4th, 2013 04:04 PM #15
Gilda - I agree with kibby, it makes me think of witches.
Cameo - It's cute, but I can't imagine meeting a 15-year-old Cameo.
Saul - Nope. I don't think I would ever use it, and it's not my style.
Elanore - I would automatically think her name was spelled Eleanor or Elinor. Kind of makes me think of Eeyore when it's spelled that way.Catalina Rosalie "Tali" - 16 - Runner - Volleyball Player
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July 4th, 2013 08:07 PM #17
Hello! I think that you have an interesting list.
Gilda - It's definetly not my style. Maybe it could work as a middle name for something longer, and timeless.
Cameo - I don't find it appealing at all.
Saul - I like it. It's classic, and strong. but I wouldn't use it
Elanore - I prefer Eleanor or Eleonora. This spelling seems weird to me, but it's a beutiful name"Pies...para que los quiero si tengo alas para volar..."
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July 4th, 2013 10:53 PM #19
I'd be really confused on a couple of these. Like, standing there with an awkward silence building, because I was so distracted trying to figure out the name. Here are examples of the puzzled conversations I would have inside my head:
Gilda: Gilded? The little girl is gilded? Did I hear that right? It's Gilda, not Golda or Glenda or anything like that, Gilda. I wonder why they chose Gilda?
Cameo: ...Like a brooch or like a movie appearance? Say, it would be funny if this is the only time I ever meet these people, then Cameo would be making a "cameo appearance" in my day, what a terrible joke! I wonder if she collects cameo jewelry or if she hates it altogether...
Saul: Oh, Saul is a tragic figure. I do admire Sol though...
Elanore: I wonder if this is pronounced like Eleanor or like EE-la-nore? People probably ask her all the time, too. Oh, I wonder which one to say and I hope she isn't upset if I have to ask!
Sorry, hope it's helpful input though!