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  1. #6
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    Beatrix is my favourite, but the sound may not be great with your surname (both have s endings). I like all of the others too, but I think Rosalind is my favourite out of them, so my final answer is Rosalind.
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  2. #8
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    Beatrix -- I prefer Beatrice, a name I love. I just find the "trix" part a little bit show-offy.
    Eleanor -- I think this name is stunning. Problem is that where I live, with our accent, it comes out really ugly, so I would never use it. It's just so totally gorgeous!
    Elisabeth nn Betsy -- I adore Elisabeth with an s. So soft and beautiful. Betsy I can take or leave. It's cute but it doesn't wow me.
    Jane -- Still a tad bit plain to me, although I could warm up to it in the middle. I do like June.
    Rosalind nn Rosy -- Rosy is cute, but I think Rosalind sound super-snobby. Plus it's a main road around here.

  3. #10
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    My top 3:
    1. Beatrix
    2. Jane
    3. Elisabeth - Betsy is such a lovely nickname
    All choices sound very good with Price.
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  4. #12
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    Elisabeth is my favorite. My second choice would be Eleanor.

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  5. #14
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    I love Rosalind but I think the other choices would work as well. The only one I think wouldn't work is Jane - to me it sounds kind of plain with an one-syllable surname.

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