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    Default What do you think when you hear the name Cleo?

    Miss Cleo - she was a faux TV psychic in the 90s maybe. I'm sure there is a YouTube video somewhere

    Edit: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oxopPDMq7rs

    Edit2: I love the name
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    Love it. It's pretty. And it particularly suits the hubber im thinking of who has that name. Gorgeous!

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    Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I just thought of clitorus. Not sure where that came from..
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    I think it would be a nice nickname, but it doesn't strike me as a "real" name?

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    I just thought of clitorus. Not sure where that came from..
    If you can come up with that where will it take a 15yo boy 😂

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    My cat. It's her name...

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    Default What do you think when you hear the name Cleo?

    I like it 😊
    ETA sorry what do I think of? I can remember someone called Cleo, sophisticated and gorgeous.

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    I think it's cute name and actually don't mind it for a human but it does make an elderly Maltese Terrier spring to mind.

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    I like it. I think it is lovely.

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    I like the name. Nothing comes to mind in any way when I think of the name (as in dog/cat name etc). A little girl in my daughters class is called Cleo.


 

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