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Thread: Name sightings

  1. #176

    Re: Name sightings

    There is a lovely older woman who volunteers at our library (in the US) whose name is Creamy. I've never had the nerve to ask her about it, but always wanted to.

  2. #178
    Join Date
    Feb 2010

    Re: Name sightings

    This is fun to read through. I have friends and coworkers who have picked some interesting girl names recently (all under 3 years old)-

    And even though nameberry doesn't recommend Rudyard "even for the most ardent Kipling fan" there are a couple out there. My husband is Rudyard, nn Rudd, and a friend named their son Rudyard Darwin, after him.

    And my younger sister (29) is Faye.

  3. #180
    Join Date
    Feb 2011

    Re: Name sightings

    I met a little girl (about 10 years old) named Britannia a few days ago, which I think is an interesting take on Brittany. Unfortunately, most of the small children in my area have trendy names like Isabella and Jayden so it's not too often I meet a child and think, "Oh, that's a neat name!"

  4. #182
    Join Date
    Sep 2010

    Re: Name sightings

    I saw a older woman named Tinsel(interesting, But I don't know if I like it), A young sibset of Skyler and Mathew(I like Skyler, Mathew not so much), Another older lady named Lillie(I like Lily, But the spelling Lillie is interesting),And A 20-something named Luke(I use to love Luke, Not so much anymore)

  5. #184
    Join Date
    Mar 2011

    Re: Name sightings

    Two all girl sibsets I encountered recently:

    Ruby, Nina, Grace and Lily

    Matilda (nn Tilly), Chiara, Neve and Alice

    Both sets caught my eye!

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