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    I once drove down Ebenezza street. Thought it would be an awesome girls name but in all honesty would never use it lol.

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    Ahhhh *thanks wiki*

    Eh, i'd still use the name if you love it! There will always be someone else with the name you give your baby. *Shrugs*

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    I liked the name Nimueh (Nym o way) too, I heard it from the Sam Neil version of Merlin. And loved that Merlin and her were lovers. The name is so beautiful.

    I have always liked the name Carrigan, and Oriana (Or ree ar na) too.

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    Ophelia is another name I adore, but wouldn't use.

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    I always liked Deliverance for a girl (Del) for short. I always wished I married someone with the last name Payne so I could make a funny like in that Dean Koontz book, Tick Tock.

    I'm another big Hermione fan ...

    I also love Rae for a girl, but DH wouldn't let me use it

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    I've always liked Saywen for a boy, no idea why but I seen it in the credits of some cartoon when I was like 15 and fell in love with it! DH... Not so much lol.
    I also like Memphis for a boy and Kaidynce for a girl. Not really that far out there but still don't think I would use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    Rune and Acacia are gorgeous names!

    River and Atticus are on my love list too - I think we have the same taste
    I read more than I post Witwicky (mostly because I'm on here whilst bfeeding and it's a pain to reply using the phone!), so you won't really know me, but I often find myself agreeing with your posts. I agree we have similar tastes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berrie View Post
    Homer.

    I've loved it since I read Tomorrow When The War Began when I was a teenager, but I hate what people associate it with!
    DH loooooves Homer. He wanted to use it for our last 2 pregnancys.
    No.way.
    No.how.

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    Funky names in here! Whoever mentioned Arabella that's on my list for the next bub

    Mine are Tjapali (Jap-a-lee) for a boy - I went to school with Tjapali Morgan, best name EVER. Also Juri.

    For girls I love Amethyst, Sage and Soraya (pronounced Sar-eye-ah).

    The best one I love but would never use is Lillooet - it's the name of a river near our house in Canada and I just LOVE it. But DH would never let me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiggerfields View Post
    Funky names in here! Whoever mentioned Arabella that's on my list for the next bub

    Mine are Tjapali (Jap-a-lee) for a boy - I went to school with Tjapali Morgan, best name EVER. Also Juri.

    For girls I love Amethyst, Sage and Soraya (pronounced Sar-eye-ah).

    The best one I love but would never use is Lillooet - it's the name of a river near our house in Canada and I just LOVE it. But DH would never let me!
    I love Amethyst and Sage! DH hates Amethyst so we've settled on Saige if we ever are blessed with a girl.


 

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