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Subject: Re: Top 10 names for May!
Author: erb816   (Authenticated as erb816)
Date: May 2, 2011 at 1:27:48 PM
Reply to: Re: Top 10 names for May! by rooster
August Patrick - Not my style, but far from terrible.
Elliot Ambrose - I prefer Elliott with two t's, but Ambrose is a great middle name for it.
Anderson Connor - All right; almost sounds like someone's full name rather than a first and middle name.
Easton Zachariah - Don't like Easton, but I definitely feel that Zachariah is an underused gem.
Donovan Ciaran - I really like both names, but they're not right together: both end in 'n' sounds, and altogether there's too much 'n' going on.
Callan Jude - Great name.
Quinn Malachy - (see above)
Zachary Tiernan - Interesting middle name for Zachary. I like it.
Nikolai Lachlan - Like Donovan Ciaran with too much 'n', this combo has too much 'l'.
Rowan Lewis - Too much 'w' in such a relatively short combo. And I honestly prefer Rowan on a girl.

Matilda Isobel - Both great names, but in the same combo I feel like they compete with one another for attention.
Anastazia Millicent - I prefer the traditional Anastasia, and I've always thought Millicent sounded very... mean, or malevolent.
Georgiana Evangeline - Too much 'g'.
Carys Everleigh - I think I would prefer Carys Everly, but good combo nonetheless.
Zara Gracelyn - Zara is cool, but Gracelyn is taking the already uber-popular Grace and making it even more trendy.
Leah Sinead - Very Celtic, I like it!
Willow Caoimhe - (see above)
Bethany Annabelle - Like Bethany, dislike Annabelle.
Coralie Aoibheann - I don't like that the ending of Coralie and the beginning of Aoibheann are the same sound, but I like each name on its own.
Adelaide Ophelia - Gorgeous.


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