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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    What about Xanthie
    Funny you mention it!!! I sent a txt to DF yesterday saying.. what about Paige Xanthie or Paige Ryann?

    He didn't reply... which is code for - I hate it.

    Ironically he suggested Billy for a girls name only a few weeks ago.. and also loves Franki and Charli... but when I suggest Ryann as a middle name it gets slammed as a boys name? Go figure!

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    How about Paige Frankie? Or Paige Charlie?

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    Dp suggested Indiah is it bogan to have the h on the end? ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    Dp suggested Indiah is it bogan to have the h on the end? ?

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    Yes.

    I hate a superfluous h!

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    Everly is my favourite girls name. Changing Tatum recently named his daughter this though.

    India is lovely but I would not add a h!
    If you like India...what about Indigo, Indigo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darla87 View Post
    Everly is my favourite girls name. Changing Tatum recently named his daughter this though.

    India is lovely but I would not add a h!
    If you like India...what about Indigo, Indigo?
    Indigo is my favourite girls name ever. It's far too common for me now though. I like unique.

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    I prefer it spelt India.. but I don't think the H is bogan. Just personal preference.

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    I don't a single person named Indigo - does that help?

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    I met a little girl called Wren, though I don't like unusual names it really suited her because she was petite and pretty.

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    I don't know a single Indigo either. I know a couple of India's though. And yep adding an h is a bit bogan.

    Madewithlove I love Frankie as a girls name. We couldn't use it because of our surname though. Frankie Paige is cute!

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