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    Mar 2012
    Quote Originally Posted by flyybella89 View Post
    Tamsin? Am I the only one who's never heard of this?
    I think its more common in Britain and assorted Commonwealths than in the US. It's from Cornwall is what I've heard. I've seen Tamsins, Tamsyns, and Tamzins out here.

    I like it for being tailored and un-fussy but not a boy's name. Its like a crisp white button-down shirt. But with just a waft of fairytale to it, a bit like Briar in that regard.

    I don't love it quite as much as I love Thomasin or Tamar, but its miles ahead of Tasmin.

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