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  1. #1
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    what do you think of Lilou Olive??

    do you like it?

    does it work with siblings Scarlett Anouk, Elsie Sage, Felix Atticus, Arlo Jasper and Moses Henry?

    thanks

  2. #3
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    I like it, but Lilou is so completely childish/cutesy/trendy in France it's not funny. From what I understand, it's like the French Nevaeh. Maybe not that bad, but it's still not a very classy name there. But I do think it has spunk and is quite interesting here, so I like it as a nn. Would you consider something like Liliana/Liliane Olive, nn Lilou? I think something like Liliane "Lilou" would fit in perfectly with Scarlett, Elsie, Felix, Arlo, and Moses.

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  3. #5
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    I think it's beautiful and has the same attractive, playful quality of your other names.

    Go for it!
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  4. #7
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    Lilou Olive goes well.

    Another name you could use Luella perhaps?
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  5. #9
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    It's a mouthful of L's, imo. I like both names, just not really so much together.

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