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    Poppy?

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    Poppy?
    I've taught a poppy so I'm passing on this one.

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    Turquoisecoast are you Egyptian by any chance. My husband is and his picked all of those names!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigreg View Post
    Turquoisecoast are you Egyptian by any chance. My husband is and his picked all of those names!
    lol no I'm not Egyptian. I'm polish Aussie and dh is half Indian lol. your husband has great taste in names

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    Avelle

    Lydia

    Amarah

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    Dahlia

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    Manu - ( either pronounced Man-ew or Marn-u) - as in the Maori name not the French Chef name. Common in NZ not in Oz.
    Aisha
    Aliya ( Al - lee - ah) heaps of spellings.
    Halima

    For inspiration on unusual names look for names from other countries. Manu is a common Maori/Islander name but also used in India. Is short for Emanuel in French also. I have only ever met one - my DS2 and it's his Maori Dad's middle name.
    The other three are Arabic - some of girls names in Arabic are just beautiful.
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    Default Unique name help!

    Well I rewrote my list and DP just looked it over and didn't cross everything off!!

    So far for girl I have:
    Madeleine
    Mackenzie
    Quinn (partner said middle name only)
    Josephine
    Maggie
    Violet
    Genevieve
    Primrose

    Boys:
    Noah
    Eli
    Elias
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    what are people's thoughts on ace?

    for a boy?

    I'm a bit stuck on it and nothing else is forthcoming.

    have had a lot of negative feedback about it. dh seems on the fence. initially hated it but it's crept back onto his list.

    I just think it's quite cute. will depend on what bub looks like once he's born of course but so far it's topping my list.

    also don't mind:

    Felix
    Ezra
    Wyatt

    there's others but I'm not 100% on them

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    Ace is super cute for a little boy but I'm not so sure for an adult. I always try to picture my child as an adult - in a suit, or uniform and introducing themselves. I think as adult people would probably think it was a nickname rather than a name - if that makes sense?

    I love the other three though 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Ace is super cute for a little boy but I'm not so sure for an adult. I always try to picture my child as an adult - in a suit, or uniform and introducing themselves. I think as adult people would probably think it was a nickname rather than a name - if that makes sense?

    I love the other three though 😊
    yes I know, this is our conundrum

    I think it's adorable for a little boy but you'd start to run into issues maybe at the uni grad job interview level 😂

    unless suddenly it became a more popular name and there were more aces around. even so, I can't imagine a lawyer or accountant called ace 😂😂

    why is this so bloody hard!!!!!


 

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