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  1. #1
    spotlightstarlit Guest

    Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    I have recently discovered names I had never heard before, though I am sitting here staring at a stack of name books and read Namberry and other blogs semi-religiously.

    I want to see if you can add any names to my quickly growing list of discoveries, but!- here's the real challenge. Are they usable in America in this day and age? Obviously there is no prize other than a job very well done!

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    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    Yesterday I head the names Maxime and Ronia (Row-nee-uh).
    Proud mama to two sweet boys:

    Dashiell David Rowe
    and
    Flynn William Warfield


    "Real babies are more difficult than ideas of babies... Or even pictures of babies."
    -James Franco

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    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    Wow, this is going to be hard! How about....

    These are all people I know, so apparently they are usable in this day and age, although I am in Canada, but I don;t tink it really makes a difference.
    Aksinia - Akc-sin-ee-uh
    Niayesh - Nee-eye-yesh
    Graziella - Gratz-ee-ella

    I would post more but I'm out of time. Good luck, and I hope I gve some interesting suggestions!

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    spotlightstarlit Guest

    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    Quote Originally Posted by lyndsayjenness
    Yesterday I head the names Maxime and Ronia (Row-nee-uh).
    I hadn't heard those, though they are very similar to many currently popular choices. Great alternatives to Maxine and Rowen.

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    spotlightstarlit Guest

    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    Quote Originally Posted by bounceparty
    Wow, this is going to be hard! How about....

    These are all people I know, so apparently they are usable in this day and age, although I am in Canada, but I don;t tink it really makes a difference.
    Aksinia - Akc-sin-ee-uh
    Niayesh - Nee-eye-yesh
    Graziella - Gratz-ee-ella

    I would post more but I'm out of time. Good luck, and I hope I gve some interesting suggestions!
    I don't think the first two are usable in todays day and age, and I had heard Graziella, but very interesting choices, are they personal favourites or interestin suggestions? :)

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