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    You need to add a few H's

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    Default Unique names!

    Shh'no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codex View Post
    Shh'no.

    Thats it, Perfect

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    Shh'no.
    Oh yes this is my favorite!

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    Oh dear, now this is awkward.... My DD has a name spelt differently to how it normally would be..... Lol!! I'll back away quietly......

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    You mean different to how the colour is spelt? I dont think thats a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeddie View Post
    Schnowe ??
    lol - maybe if DH was Sean Connery!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spotdog View Post
    Cneaux (snow)
    I think this one's my favourite

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1CrazyMoose View Post
    We love unusual not so common names. Our family definitely doesn't say normal everyday gary and Jane style names though.

    Our children are Urich (u-rek) very old old German name and unusual at that but still a real name with correct spelling. (My ancestors are German on one side). Our daughter is Amity. We thought her name was very uncommon but its increasingly getting very popular I think. But I love it all the same. We are expecting a 2nd daughter shortly and atm ate loving Arabella (again correct spelling and old not overly used)

    I do LOVE unusual but real names with correct spelling. I find the mix up of incorrect spelling with unusual names can come across somewhat bogan :/

    Op I like most of the names on your boys list (favourite Malachi - we once considered this name) but not a fan of any of your girls choices sorry.
    I love the name Amity because of the Elliott Smith song. Another 'A' name I love is Aurelia (from Love Actually). I'm also a fan of old classic names that are (currently) unpopular, and names from other nationalities. I'm a huge fan if Japanese names (e.g. Kimiko), but think it would be strange for me to use one since I'm in no way Japanese!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    I love the name Amity because of the Elliott Smith song. Another 'A' name I love is Aurelia (from Love Actually). I'm also a fan of old classic names that are (currently) unpopular, and names from other nationalities. I'm a huge fan if Japanese names (e.g. Kimiko), but think it would be strange for me to use one since I'm in no way Japanese!

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    You could use one! I did, my sons name is Toshi I'm not Japanese, people get used to it pretty quick!

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