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  1. #1021
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    "Like Edison?" is the only thing I can think of. It also sounds distinctly feminine to me. Sorry... not really a fan. I would say make it a middle name but that's even more like Thomas Edison.

    Thoughts on the name Shreve for a girl, possibly a middle? I found it as the author of a book and I think it's intriguing.
    22-year-old boy who just happens to like baby names.

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    Maryelle Cynthie, Misty Sabine, Saba Lindsay, Sabine Thaissa,
    Sky Rosemarie, Thalia Coraima


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  2. #1022
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    I think it's ok. I'm neutral on it and I just keep thinking of shrill/shriek. I'd prefer it as a middle I think.


    How does everyone pronounce Selah? I've always said seh-LAW. Is that wrong? To me it's different than Sela, which I pronounce like Stella but without the T. Am I mispronouncing both these names?


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  3. #1023
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    I pronounce both names See-lah in English.



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  4. #1024
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    I tend to pronounce Selah like you described your pronunciation of Sela, but I think it's actually like "Say-la"
    22-year-old boy who just happens to like baby names.

    Girls: Amberley Cypress, Anya Carina, Athena Shaylene,
    Darcy Amabel, Kassia Laurel, Keeley Sky, Laurel Sabine,
    Lindsay Kaia, Lisandra Charmaine, Lissette Prairie,
    Maryelle Cynthie, Misty Sabine, Saba Lindsay, Sabine Thaissa,
    Sky Rosemarie, Thalia Coraima


    Boys: Adair, Alexander, Bjorn, Blair, Clark,
    Conrad, Erik, Fable, Jamie, Kasey, Keiran,
    Lachlan, Layne, Mark, Montana, Sayre,
    Shane, Slade, Thatcher, Zander, Zane

  5. #1025
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    I had a student named Selah and it was pronounced SEE-luh. However, selah is a Hebrew word that is pronounced originally like SELL-uh. Sela is SEE-luh to me, as in Sela Ward:

    What do you think of the name Frida?
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  6. #1026
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    I like it. I think of Frida Kahlo and Freida Pinto (who I have a huge girl crush on).

    What are your favourite spiritual (not necessarily religious) names?

  7. #1027
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    Personally, I like a lot of Biblical names, especially ones that have a tie to people I especially admire, like Esther. (bonus: it means "star". I love names with a starry or light meaning!) Also on my list are Naomi, Peter, and David. (There are other biblical names on my list, but they were chosen for other reasons.) Ruth has come close to making the list, and I definitely admire the biblical Ruth.
    I also love Bethany, which is a Biblical place name with the adorable nn Beth which can also mean "pledged to God" (as in Elizabeth).
    My somewhat less religious favorites are Catherine ("pure"), Jane ("God's gracious gift"), Margaret ("pearl" sorta reminiscent of Hester Prynne's Pearl. Not my favorite book, but I kinda have a connection with that for some reason), Benedict (blessed"), and William ("resolute protector")
    Sorry if that's not really what you were looking for!

    My Sidney combo needs help!
    I'm between:
    Sidney Alexander Dean
    Sidney Dean Alexander
    Sidney Alexander David and
    Sidney David Alexander

    I slightly prefer Dean over David and I'm willing to replace Alexander with anything from this list:
    The initials SAD aren't a deal breaker, but it's certainly not a perk.
    Thanks in advance!
    Elizabeth Moira, Anna Jane Violet
    Cecily Andromeda “Lily”, Susannah Niamh "Sunny"
    Josephine Bea, Paloma Tamar “Lola”

    Ciaran David Eugene, Ronin Michael
    Patrick Alasdair "Kit", Jonathan Meriadoc
    Aaron Nathaniel, Evan Wilder

  8. #1028
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    Sidney Alexander Dean is such a handsome combo! If you aren't bothered too much by the initials then it's basically perfect.

    Do you prefer Walter or Orion?

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  9. #1029
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    Tough one cause i think both are beautiful. But I would use Walter cause I think its classier and feels original to me for some reason. Walt is an adorable nickname imo. Orion is nice but i prefer it as a middle name.

    Do you prefer Orpheus Nicholas or Orpheus Georgios or Orpheus Alexandros?
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  10. #1030
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    Hmmm. I'm not really loving that both names in your combos end in S. It trips me up a little bit. I would prefer Orpheus Gregor or Orpheus Alejandro.....the flow is much better without the middle ending in S also. That said, of your choices, I guess Orpheus Nicholas would be my preference, though all three choices are about at the same level to me. I LOVE Orpheus though, great choice.

    What unique, meaningful middle name would you pair with Zola?
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    No Frills: Pippa Francine ~ Lois Angelica ~ Sonja Melody ~ Asha Raquel ~ Runa Soleil ~ Cynthia Foxglove ~ Jovienne Cyra

    Bright and Bold: Stellan Cord ~ Terrence Otto ~ Marius Cove ~ Kenneth Limerick ~ Elio Augustus ~ Ike Forester

    Soulful: Emeric Lir ~ Solomon Yarrow ~ Logan Emmanuel ~ Finnegan Marco ~ Cyrus Falcon ~ Ramiro Lars ~ Vero Samuel

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