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    I think the the ette names would go well

    Lisette
    Claudette
    Antoinette
    Bernadette
    Leonette
    Nynette
    Minette
    Marcelette
    Odette
    Suzette ect

    My favourite boys name is french.
    Marcel

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    I like Aniela.....

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    My daughters name is Amity and it's old French for peace/friendship

    I also like Adeline, Elise, Nina.

    My other daughter is Arabella but that's English not French.

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    Default Help with classic names to go with last name

    Juliet
    Emelie/ Emelia
    Serena
    Sabine
    Bronte
    Aubrey

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    Abigail
    Penelope
    Elsie
    Evelyn
    Eloise

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    Lovely suggestions thanks ladies. A few of you have suggested my daughter's names but lots of others nice ones there

    Can I ask your opinion on having one daughter start with M and already another daughter with A, would you pick another A name. A names I seem to be drawn to this time around but it feels strange giving two daughters A names and one daughter an M name... or am I looking too much into it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicole83 View Post
    Lovely suggestions thanks ladies. A few of you have suggested my daughter's names but lots of others nice ones there

    Can I ask your opinion on having one daughter start with M and already another daughter with A, would you pick another A name. A names I seem to be drawn to this time around but it feels strange giving two daughters A names and one daughter an M name... or am I looking too much into it?
    I would think it's fine to pick another A name under the following circumstances:
    - it sounds quite different to the other daughter's A name
    - your surname does not start with A
    - her middle name won't start with A
    Other than that I think you are all good :-)

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    Amelie

    Audrey

    Can you tell that I love that French actress Audrey Tatou???

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