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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphyrerose View Post
    i love the name dante for a boy would love to hear other ppls opinions as we are considering using this
    i'm not italian but i definitely plan to use this name - i love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphyrerose View Post
    i love the name dante for a boy would love to hear other ppls opinions as we are considering using this
    Love love love the name Dante, but DH would never have agreed

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    Love, love, love Dante too, it used to be on my boy list. I don't think it's an 'out there' name at all, in fact, I have been hearing it around a lot more lately.

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    I love Evelyn, but we know someone who's daughter's name is Evangeline and it would be assumed that we're copying them so, yeah. Wouldn't have the balls because I'd get grief. I also love Aiofe (pronounced Ee-fa) but Aussies have concept issues with gaelic names and I don't like the look of it if you spell it Eefa so no chance of using that one.
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    I love the name Opal for a girl, but not sure I would be brave enough to use it!

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    clarise. too many silence of the lambs jokes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonpancakes View Post
    Adelaide
    Oh my gosh I LOVE the name Adelaide. It's so pretty. I didn't think it was weird. Some distant friends just named their daughter that.

    Do other people think it's weird??

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    I only think adelaide is weird if you live there haha.

    Adelaide was the name of a queen or something, same as victoria, it was a name before it was a place and def not weird imo

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    I love Arden for a girl. I still have plans to use it if I can swing DH around his association with Elizabeth Arden. I also love Saige but I already know one. Clover is also a pretty name.

    Other names are:
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    Quote Originally Posted by trishalishous View Post
    clarise. too many silence of the lambs jokes?
    I actually don't mind it. I know a little girl DS's age named Clarys, I am not sure if it's pronounced the same, but that's how I say it.


 

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