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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Down Under

    Auburn: way to out there?


    I've adored the name Auburn for ages on a girl, but kept it strictly on the guilty pleasure list.
    But, I just wanted to know if anyone can imagine it on a person, or actually like it?
    I think I know the answer already, but just had to make sure.


    J. 20. Designer.

    Edith Primrose. Eira Rosemary. Poppy Matilda. Sylvie Primrose. Vera Forentina.
    Elliot Christian. Julian Theodore. Vincent Orion. Walter Edmund.

    also considering...
    Anna Soleil. Jane Leonora. Rose Evangeline.
    Annevieve Claire Claudia Cressida Evangeline Guinevere Gwyneira Leora Marguerite Susan
    Atlas August Darcy Donovan Edmund Jasper Jude Loren Theoden Vaughn Willem Winston

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2014
    I don't think it is use-able, sorry. Auburn sounds lovely and I get it, a beautiful sound. Could try Aubry, Audra, Aubryn, Auberleen (I'm just making things up now). But Auburn, no, it would be like naming someone Blonde.
    * My name is Adelaide. I love to play with names.*
    Saffron Jane Calliope - Seraphine Mariah Rose - Rhiannon Noelle - Rowan Mazarine - Oswell Constantine - Maceo Alexander - Lucas Balthazar - Israfel Ronin - Paul Constantine - Malcolm Ephraim

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    No way, not at all too out there. I really feel it looks and sounds way more maleish but it's a nice name.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    I think the various names listed above is exactly why it could work! The sound is familiar.
    Granted, we don't seem to have so many of those Au- names in Australia, so it might be a bit obscure for some.

  5. #9
    Definitely can work. It reminds me of the name Autumn, which is widely accepted. I can see it on a boy or girl.

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