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    Thanks for the info about the origin of the name Finnick. I had thought it was a made up name for the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gentoo View Post
    Finnick is a legit name. I think your Facebook friend has just forgotten to use an apostrophe.
    It wasn't a friend it was on a public page so I've never heard it pronounced.
    Haven't seen Hunger Games, I thought it was just a made up twist on the spelling of Phoenix!

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    Scheryl - it just makes my eyes hurt! It looks like an ingredient you'd find on a shampoo bottle or something like that! 🙄

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    There were a brother and sister in my sisters grade when she was in year 2 named christnadust patch and Clancy patch. Lol

    I had a friend Simone who had siblings- sunny, storm, rainy and winter.. Then there was plain old Simone lol

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    Oh and one of my bogan school friends named her daughter Calais (as in the commodore!) bahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by XmasDayBub View Post
    Oh and one of my bogan school friends named her daughter Calais (as in the commodore!) bahaha
    ...I like that. And it is an actual name of Greek myth origin, traditionally for a boy, and meaning "changing colour". Also a place in France which could make it more feminine.

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    That would be nice but she said she got it from her commodore!

    I actually like it too as I know another little girl called Peyton-Calais and I'm in love with that name but it has a background to the name not just off a commy lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by XmasDayBub View Post
    That would be nice but she said she got it from her commodore!

    I actually like it too as I know another little girl called Peyton-Calais and I'm in love with that name but it has a background to the name not just off a commy lol
    I can only think of the car with that name (my DH owned a Calais).

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    I was watching some quality crap TV the other day, and saw a "CaSaundra" (yes, exactly like that).

    I thought gosh, how TraGuic.

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    Not a horrible name but very unusual spelling

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