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    I like weekday and month and season names - like Tuesday, January and Autumn. DP would never agree though.


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    I like Aria for a girl, but couldn't really use that in Australia what with the ARIA awards/charts etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveyDovey View Post
    I like Aria for a girl, but couldn't really use that in Australia what with the ARIA awards/charts etc.
    I live Aria too but I dont see it as a problem with the Aria charts lol Having said that my daughter shares the same name as a pub lol

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    We like Coltrane for a boy (love love LOVE nickname Colt), but hubby is a Coal Train driver and it's just a bit weird. If you are not really careful to pronounce it correctly they sound too similar.

    I also like Roxton, but wouldn't use it.

    We wanted to name a girl Aislynn (pronounced Ashlynn) but we didn't want people pronouncing it wrong and we didn't want to spell it phonetically.

    Ps. I know a Caris... I like that name. She was a lovely friend, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GM01 View Post
    Star wars fan? Now that you mention it, Anikan is an awesome name!
    Lol we both are but no way dh would let me use them. I even like ani for short lol ok I've seen episode 1 and 2 too many times lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chelleylane View Post
    We like Coltrane for a boy (love love LOVE nickname Colt), but hubby is a Coal Train driver and it's just a bit weird. If you are not really careful to pronounce it correctly they sound too similar.

    I also like Roxton, but wouldn't use it.

    We wanted to name a girl Aislynn (pronounced Ashlynn) but we didn't want people pronouncing it wrong and we didn't want to spell it phonetically.

    Ps. I know a Caris... I like that name. She was a lovely friend, too.
    I have two girls at the preschool I work at named aislynn.
    One is Ashling (hers is gaelic) One is aislinn. they are both pronounce ashlynn

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    I would love to call a baby girl 'Bunnie' coz I think its cute but imagine the taunts she would get at school and its not really a name that suits an adult! I just couldn't be that cruel LOL

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    If i had another boy, id name him atticus.

    Ds1 was going to be anakin then fob decided to take an interest in.him once he was born and it was no go :-(

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    oh i love peregrine!

    i wanted to name DD Lakhi (it's an Indian name) but it is pronounced like 'Lucky' and DH said boys would tease her at high school, e.g. 'hey babe wanna get lucky with me?'

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