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  1. #11
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    I just love it... Not sure why. Maybe Im a sucker for old names!

  2. #13
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    Pretty much anywhere you go in America you'll find a restaurant named Geno's
    I picture an old Italian man, Tino sounds more youthful

  3. #15
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    What do you think about it standing alone or using it as a nickname for Gene?

  4. #17
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    I really like it, and would definitely consider it if I was part Italian. If the child wasn't Italian (I assume that is what you mean by white) I would think it was a little bit strange, but not unacceptable.

    Anyway, it makes me think of this guy - http://images.mirror.co.uk/upl/peopl...-427164584.jpg he's an Italian chef who won a British TV show a few years ago.
    Jemima Rosemary - Eilidh Briar - Fenella Beatrix ✿ Alec Huw - Emmett Nicholas - Rufus Caspian
    Billie, Magdalena, Imogen, Octavia, Ailbhe, Jessa, Raphaela, Agnes, Imogen, Amelia, Medora, Lettice, Annabella.
    Dylan, Breccan, Rhett, Oscar, Ingram, Harrison, William, Vincent, Wolfie, Keaton.

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    Traveller at heart and dreaming of future babes, but mostly I'm just an expat teenage girl from England...http://bigsistercomplex.tumblr.com/


  5. #19
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    I don't love it, but I don't think there's anything wrong with it. I do like the idea of it as a nn better than standing on its own though.
    ~gigi~
    *gina danielle*

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