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  1. #21
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    Mar 2014
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    I like Eleanor the best. I also like Rosalind. They all sound good with "Price" though.
    Jack Aaron | Alex Thomas | Cole August | Riley James
    Easton Hayes | Noah Shepherd | Davis Matthew | Sawyer William
    Zane | Beckett | Spencer | Kaiser | Tate

    Brynn Maeve | Emma Lauren | Ellie Margot | Mackenzie Caroline
    Madelyn Charlotte | Zoe Amelia | Kenzie Linnea | Sadie Kate
    Payton | Riley | Lainey | Molly | Ruthie


  2. #23
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    My favorite is Rosalind. I love Rosy as a nn!

  3. #25
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    Nov 2011
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    Ontario, Canada
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    Thank-you for the feedback! Lots more mixed reviews, and I'm no closer to choosing my favourite, but I am definitely finding it useful to hear all of these unbiased opinions. I am finding nicknames Rosy and Betsy irresistible just now, but am also drawn to the sophisticated simplicity of Jane, the ancient beauty of Eleanor, and the saucy charm of Beatrix.

    Question: Which name on my list do you think sounds best with middles Ada Elaine? That is my #1 middle name combination, as it honours both my grandmother, and my mother. Of course, it won't work with Jane but which of the others do you think this combination best suits? (For Jane, I'd most likely choose Ada Kathryn).
    Last edited by claireelise; August 31st, 2014 at 07:17 PM.

  4. #27
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    Nov 2013
    Location
    Indiana, USA
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    Rosalind and Eleanor take the cake for me, love them!
    Just a twenty-something obsessed with names

    Lads:
    Owen, Arthur and Henry

    Ladies:
    Catherine, Madeline and Justine

  5. #29
    Go with Betsy instead of Elisabeth :-)

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