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Thread: Name sightings

  1. #1376
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    Jul 2014
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    I took Jace to the park a lot this week, making the most of the warm weather as it's supposedly not lasting much longer. Over the week, I've heard:

    Sophie & Anna (sisters)
    Riley & Dylan (brothers)
    Richard
    Liberty
    Finley (there was a few actually - I overheard to parents having a conversation about how their sons were both called Finley)
    Esme
    Mason & Roxy (brother & Sister)
    Jace Walker (3 years old) & Baby D.C (Newborn - born September 11th)

  2. #1378
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    Aug 2013
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    Yesterday at Girl Scout day camp I was helping with the unit 1 kids (all around 6 years old) and a leader called a girl something that sounded like.....Zany? I thought I'd misheard, maybe it was Zadie (not so terrible, but NMS). Nope, on a bag she had it said Zanni. So she was named after a misspelled insult, I guess.

  3. #1380
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    Mar 2011
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    Northern England
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    I met the first Lexie and Neveah the other day; they're both names that are criticised round here so often, it was a bit weird to meet actual children with them. They were really sweet with the strongest cockney accents I've ever heard on children Neveah went by Vizz/Vizzy which I thought was adorable.
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    Rosemary Oona | Emmett Kielder

    Alba Leontine / Rufus Elliot
    Iseabal Briar / Alec Oberon
    Sibyl Imogen / Yarrow Jack
    Guinevere Iseult / Wilfred Fox

    (Iseabal = ish-be / Iseult = ih-soolt)

    Names calm my soul. Nineteen year old filmmaker in London, future mama & current cat person to Shura. vote on my full list

  4. #1382
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
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    Copenhagen, Denmark
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    Some of my neighbours have rented their summer house out to a couple who have a couple of children named Bjørn (or Bjørk, his name is shouted out considerably less than his younger sister's, so I'm noy sure) and Agnes. A couple of days ago they had visiting children named Lucas/Lukas and Liva.
    Zelia • 20s • Exporting names from Greenland & Inuit mythology
    Alexander Adelin Lórien "Sasha" • Henry Ásgeirr Lórien • Asa Bjørnstjerne Ivik • Nor Valdemar Brontë • Dante Endymion Sejr

    Ingrid Ivalo Cleopatra • Cosima Gro Zenobia "Mimi" • Asta Olga Galadriel • Aviaaja Matilda Lúthien "Avi" • Noor Catherine Françoise • Anna Magali Alvaret

  5. #1384
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    Aug 2012
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    I'm working as an au pair in Australia right now, and my 5-year-old host child has some nice names in his class. Annalise, Georgia, Ruby, Polly, Poppy, Xavier, Cedric, Levi and Finn are all names I've noticed and thought would be approved of here. I like the naming style in Australia.
    Baylee is the only name I really don't like out of the whole class. Somehow I can't see it working on an adult- she won't be a snub-nosed little kid forever...

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