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  • Adelaide

    I love this Australian place name.

  • Amelia

    ...Earhardt? This name seems to be gaining in popularity, but I don't think that's a bad thing.

  • Charlotte

    I'm reminded of Brontë. Literary and lovely.

  • Christabel

    I think of Australia for some reason.

  • Delilah

    Hey there, Delilah, what's it like in New York City? ...

  • Emmaline

    Sweet, somewhat reminds me of the South and sweet tea.

  • Eleanor

    This name is so cute! I think it fits in with my style quite well. nn Ella.

  • Geneva

    I love the image that comes to mind with this name.

  • Genevieve

    Geneva could be a nn for this one.

  • Georgina

    or Georgianna. I love them both.

  • Lucy

    This name has grown on me.

  • Penelope

    I'm still on the fence with this one, but it's getting cuter every day.

  • Violet

    I can't make up my mind if I like the color association or not.

  • Zelda

    After Zelda Fitzgerald, although, my SO and I are fans of the video game as well. I wouldn't have a problem with that association

  • Antoine

    I am also on the fence with this one.

  • Cristiano

    I'm a huge fan of Italian names and our child won't be of Italian heritage, but I'm sure he'll have such dark features that he can pull it off.

  • Dashiell

    So glad this is coming into fashion because I love the sound and the nickname Dash immensely.

  • Fransisco

    I picture an adventurous child, all ready to go exploring.

  • Holden

    Love, love, love literary names, even though this character isn't exactly the greatest role model.

  • Jasper

    Goes so well with Emmeline as a sweet Southern name.

  • Jovan

    Reminds me of the name Roman, which I don't care for, but I love this name.

  • Kasper

    I had this name on a previous lis, but spelled Casper. I think the K makes it distinguishable from "the friendly ghost."

  • Loxley

    Probably the oddest name that I have a liking to. Will be sure to ask opinions on it.

  • Lucius

    Hopefully, people won't think "Harry Potter" right off the bat.

  • Marek

    I need to investigate this name further, but I like it well enough.

  • Maximilian

    I would love this name infinitely more if it didn't automatically come with the plain, boring nn of Max.

  • Owen

    This is getting popular, too. Popularity doesn't bother me, and I like the soft "O" sound of this name.

  • Valentine

    or Valentino. I love both, but Valentine would never be pronounced correctly in the states. (Val-un-teen)

  • Vincent

    I have some really great associations with Vincent, though I can't picture myself using it on a baby...