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    Somebody in my local mum FB posted this the other day, apparently they're mostly old traditional names that people are scared to use for whatever reason. I'd never, ever heard of most of them but we have a couple Jagos in our neighborhood.

    http://www.mumsnet.com/baby-names/na...Bnames%2Bbrave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    I'm in a young mums group on Facebook and the 'what should I name my baby, the baby daddy and I can't agree on a name' always end up amusing!
    Just in the last few days these were suggested for a girl
    Porshalee
    Falicia (kinda reminds me of fellatio lol)
    Lohgann
    Shanesesia

    And for a boy
    Kysn
    Andariel
    I like the name Felicia but...you know, spelt properly with the E like Felicia Day who is a goddess!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyW View Post
    I usually teach at a private school and it's true, most of the names are fairly traditional but when I've done relief at the local big 'diverse' state school some of them take some pronouncing... Not difficult to say but made me cringe a bit - yr 9 boy named 'Killa' pronounced "killer".
    No. No no no no. Just no.

    I honestly don't get why people do that. You're not funny, that's a human being. It you want to name something "Killa", get a freaking dog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyW View Post
    I usually teach at a private school and it's true, most of the names are fairly traditional but when I've done relief at the local big 'diverse' state school some of them take some pronouncing... Not difficult to say but made me cringe a bit - yr 9 boy named 'Killa' pronounced "killer". 😕
    Omg, that poor kid. What kind of a future is he going to have with a name like that? How could you ever apply for a job in a serious field and expect to get hired. Even in retail if you had to wear a name tag i think that would put a lot of employers off. So sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillynix View Post
    I love Van as well! It was on my short list for DS2 and DS3. Jethro and Wolf were also on those lists. Those in the know will understand
    Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Somebody in my local mum FB posted this the other day, apparently they're mostly old traditional names that people are scared to use for whatever reason. I'd never, ever heard of most of them but we have a couple Jagos in our neighborhood.

    http://www.mumsnet.com/baby-names/na...Bnames%2Bbrave
    Sorry, just went through this list and realized only a few are 'old traditional'. I think I got this list and the other I mentioned above confused. But, the ladies who originally responded knew or used Jago, Persephone, peregrine, Isis, adminta. Sorry if spelling is wrong, I couldn't be bothered going back to look! I've noticed quite a few 'toffee' Brits use some pretty odd old names that most of us wouldn't have heard of but get away with them. But also no one really bats an eye at the 'old lady' names and you end up with some sweet names running around. I've met a couple Florences (a baby and a woman) and I love it.

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    I have to admit that I just adore 'little old lady' and 'little old man' names, so cute lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArthurDent View Post
    I have to admit that I just adore 'little old lady' and 'little old man' names, so cute lol.
    I'm with you on the 'old lady' names. We had things like Esme, Daisy, Mabel, Harriet and Eleanor on our lists...but with only 1 girl and 3 boys, I missed out on all the old lady naming glory 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Somebody in my local mum FB posted this the other day, apparently they're mostly old traditional names that people are scared to use for whatever reason. I'd never, ever heard of most of them but we have a couple Jagos in our neighborhood.

    http://www.mumsnet.com/baby-names/na...Bnames%2Bbrave
    Love the names delilah and jago. My son has an old 13th century gaelic name, we're lovers of the really old names here.

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    I made a joke once that if we had a boy we would name him Steven Stephen and if it was a girl Samantha Stephen. DW veto'd both choices so quickly I didn't even finish my sentence. Still waiting to torture the parents in jest however.

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