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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Ladies: Arabella Charlotte ~ Benedicta Lourdes ~ Beatrice Eleanor ~ Beata Maria ~ Clara Josephine ~ Marian Grace ~ Camille Simone ~ Jacinta Marie ~ Regina Caeli ~ Faustina Marie ~ Avila Mary ~ Miriam Rosarie ~ Lucia Rose ~
    Magdalene Pieta ~ Reina Isabel

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  2. #23
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Northern England
    Quote Originally Posted by jem View Post
    Ooh, have you met some Jemimas?! I've only ever met ONE other Jemima in my whole life! Where do you live so that Jemima is popular?
    Imogen is actually really popular here in Australia (at least in my circles...?) I can think of at least 4 under 20 off the top of my head! Still love the name though.
    I'm in Canada right now (haven't heard any here) but I seemed to hear it everywhere back in England - I think it's ranked around 150? I dunno, but what puts me off most is seeing it everywhere by parents on British name forums who've used it and the stats scare me a lot too.

    Interesting about Imogen, I think it's super popular here too (40-ish, if I'm right?) but I haven't happened to meet any little Imogens recently. I think it's been big here for a while though, so the age range is larger which makes it more justifiable to me for some reason. I'd compare it to Alice, which is popular, but also feels timeless to me so I care less about it's popularity.

    I think on the whole my taste in names is just more trendy than I'd like to think!
    Rosemary Oona (Romy) / Iseult Mathilda / Sibylla Briar (Billie) / Maud Evangeline / Alba Leontine / Iseabal Atarah / Clemency Margo // Emmett Kielder / Wilfred Fox / Alec Oberon / Rufus Elliot / Hugh Raphael / Jeremy Aidan (Jem) / Nicholas Hosea (Cas)
    (Iseult = ee-soolt. Iseabal = ishbel.)

    (im olivia, im a filmmaker with a kitty called shura. names calm my soul)
    vote on my full list

  3. #25
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    My 'not-brave-enough' list! Some are unusable for very obvious reasons haha


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    Katherine Iris | Agnes Lavender | Greta June | Daphne Eleanor | Ada Helena | Rose Diana | Margot Delphine | Rose Ingrid | Audrey Emma | Elizabeth Clara

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    Alistair Roy | Rupert Leopold | Sidney William | Edward Timothy | Arthur Henry | Ernest James

  4. #27
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Maddox. For a girl. And any of my guilty pleasures, especially Tigerlily and Kohl.
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    Summer, Eloise, Maisie, Penelope "Penny", Lexington "Lexie", Maeve, Alice, LucyBoys:
    Hendrix, Milo, Flynn, Calvary, Myles, Gideon, Canaan, Darcy

  5. #29
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Probably Anouk. Sometimes I think I'll be able to just go for it and other times I think I wouldn't. I also really like Whimsy but only for a sweet, sleepy newborn. I couldn't picture it aging well.

    ETA: Oh and Tuesday! Love it but doubt I'd use it. Especially since I'm weird and it would drive me crazy if my baby was born on any other day of the week.
    Last edited by lovebugsmama; March 25th, 2014 at 07:52 PM.
    Lulu’s Mama {2008}
    Auntie to Moose {2014} & Chickadee {2016}

    Emmeline. Beatrice. Eloise. Posey. Fiorella
    Juliet. Mae-Claire. Tallulah. Delphine. Georgiana. Bellamy. Magnolia
    Spencer. Holiday. Brighton. Freya. Oona. Maisie

    John. Callahan. Teague. Dexter. Anson
    Everett. Foster. Baylor. Cormac. Thayer. Nash
    Knoll. Dawson. Hayes. Edison. Harrison

    Lulu's favorite name: Mary Ann

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