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Subject: Re: Josephine, Penelope, Alasdair, Cato
Author: mirfak   (Authenticated as mirfak)
Date: October 2, 2012 at 11:09:56 AM
Reply to: Josephine, Penelope, Alasdair, Cato by Effie
Josephine seems demure, conventional, and plain to me.
Penelope seems quirky and bright ... I like it.
Alasdair ... is pronounced "Allister," right? The foreign clash between prn and spelling is a problem for me because the name is not familiar enough. It's familiar, sort of, and I like the sound of "Allister" and the look of "Alasdair," but it's not working for me. Besides that, it's a cool name- I get about the same impression as Elliot which is good. Too bad it shortens so easily to "Al" ... which I don't like.
Cato is a name I should like, but it seems a little too spunky and Hunger-Gamesy-hip for me to really get enthused. I think it'd be a great name for a dog.

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