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    Who honestly cares if they are similar. If it is what you like, use it.

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    I'd say it's too similiar..

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    They are similar but it's not like they're siblings. I do love the name Sage though

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    Too similar and sorry not a fan of either. I guess there's no point in thinking,outside the square and naming your baby something so original, if one of the names is too similar to a family member, people may think you copied instead of being original, which is obviously what you're going for.

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    Very similar. I've heard it used 3 times in the last 6m, so certainly a trendy name. Everytime I see I think "what ails ya", so not a fan.

    I think Sage is gorgeous though.

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    How about Kayla or Layla instead? That way the names aren't so similar.
    But I do really like Sage.


 

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