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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2013

    The same but Different.

    I think the name Joe is very masculine but I think the name Jo is very feminine even though they sound exactly the same.
    My question is do any of you Berries fell that way about some names?
    Teenage Name Lover with a unhealthy addiction to LOTR and PJO

    Kitty | Adele | Rose | Evanlyn | Eilonwy
    Benedict | Percy | Asa | Bear | Harper

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  2. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Catherine and Katherine are very different to me. Catherine is more distinguished in my opinion than Katherine
    Zoe Francesca. Eden Magnolia. Lily Aurelia. Yara Colette. Kaye Luciana
    Miles Theodore. Colin Mackenzie. Elliot Sebastian. Oscar Nathaniel. Wesley Alexander

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    New Hampshire
    Rene and Renee is the first one that comes to mind.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Same thing with Katherine and Catherine! I feel Katherine is hard and edgy and Catherine is sweet and soft : ) And I feel totally different about Larkin and Lorcan, but I'm never quite sure which one I like more. Others (first listed being the preferred):

    Laila & Leila
    Zoe & Zoey
    Eric & Erick
    Mark & Marc
    Tallulah & Talullah
    Arthur Casimir Fox Raphael Percy Malachi Jules Balthasar
    . . . . Dart Fox Pip Jules . . . . . . . . .
    Catherine Aliénor Marguerite Hero Elisabet Valentina Antonia Mireille
    Cato Maru Liesl Indie . . . . . .
    Buttercup Dandelion Newt Edelweiss Lionheart Wolfgang Cricket

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Paris, France
    I find Catherine/Katherine/Katharine to all be classically distinguished, although the "K" does make it appear harsher. Kathryn, however, is a completely different name to me and conjures up a different image entirely. I used to cringe when people would ask me my name and spell it that way ( no offense to anyone named Kathryn).

    I have the same issue with Anne and Ann. Anne is much more refined and feminine, while Ann seems rougher around the edges.

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