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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
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    It definitely depends on exactly what ethnicity your surname is.

    Bethan, Seren and Cathleen are quite commonplace in England so I don't really see them as very Celtic anyway. I actually know a little girl named Bethan who's father in Indian and she has a traditional Hindi surname.
    of smoke and embers in ancient woodland; much love & I are waiting for you.

    Rosemary Oona & Emmett Kielder
    Alba Leontine | Rufus Elliot
    Iseabal Briar | Alec Oberon
    Fenella Posey | Yarrow Jack
    Eilean Beatrix | Auden Hugh
    Sibyl Celandine | Wilfred Fox

    (Eilean = ay-lin / Iseabal = ish-bel ).

    Names calm my soul. Nineteen year old filmmaker in London, future mama & current cat person to Shura. vote on my full list

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