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November 12th, 2013 07:28 PM #1
Delightfully Refreshing, or Beyond All Levels of Weird?
Haley / twenty-one / engaged / ttc 2018
dreaming of a little Kennedy Juliette or Aaron Jacob one day.
Makenzie / Jayla / Cambrie / Addison / Brooklyn / Gracelyn / Savannah / Skylar / Taylor / Kaleigha
Hunter / Camden / Brayden / Parker / Sawyer / Aiden / Mason / Ethan / Landon / Chandler
November 12th, 2013 07:39 PM #3Senior Member
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November 12th, 2013 07:41 PM #5
Euphemia (you-feem-ee-yah) - A wonderfully lush name of a saint. Effie and Eppie are great nn's too.
Amaryllis - better in the middle spot
Ffion (fee-on) - I like this one. I never used to like Fiona either but both have grown on me.
Arianwen - it's pretty but it has the troublesome "arian/aryan" in front
Guinevere - this is lovely and I love Genevieve as well
Eulalia (you-lay-lee-ah) - another wonderful saint's name. I do slightly prefer the French version Eulalie
Maribel - I prefer Marigold but this is pretty too.
Lowenna - this is popular in England especially Cornwall. It has a soft sound.
Constance - an underused gem
Amity - just makes me think of the film "Amityville Horror"All the best,
November 12th, 2013 07:42 PM #7
I like some of these names and think they’re fun but some I have some concerns about.
I particularly enjoy (in no particular order): Guinevere (though not really out there for a berry), Eulalia, & Amaryllis.
I am a little concerned about: Euphemia (it’s too close to euphemism for me) and Lowenna (mostly because when I say the name there is a lot of emphasis on the LOW sound. which I find undesirable.)Little Lorelei - May 2016Endora - Freya - Merida - Viola - Zelda
Dexter - Felix - Gideon - Hendrik - Victor
November 12th, 2013 07:43 PM #9Senior Member
Always changing...Alberta . Hester . Sigrid . Frida . Edwina . Margery . NoelleFergus . Edgar . Gregor . Reuben . Angus . Lucius
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