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VIOLET  added 1/16/2019, 5:12:22 PM by violet_c
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My name is Violet. I love my name and I think it sounds really pretty, however, I really don't like that it's become trendy now. It was very unpopular in the 2000s when I was born and I kind of liked the vintage feel it had before it rose in popularity now.
violet_c  1/16/2019
 
BRUCE  added 1/16/2019, 5:11:05 PM by violet_c
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My dad's name is Bruce. He's very happy with his namesakes but he prefers it to be less common than it is. He would rather be named Rupert after his father though.
violet_c  1/16/2019
 
CAMELLIA  added 1/16/2019, 5:10:01 PM by violet_c
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I really love this name. It's so pretty, sophisticated, and delicate. I knew a girl named Camellia but before that, I named my white cat Camellia.
violet_c  1/16/2019
 
NYX  added 1/16/2019, 5:07:51 PM by violet_c
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I really like this name. I wouldn't name a person Nyx personally, but my black cat's name is Nyx.
violet_c  1/16/2019
 
ISOLDE  added 1/16/2019, 3:36:40 PM by Blackflower
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I’ve seen the meaning given as “ice ruler”
Blackflower  1/16/2019
 
WILLOW  added 1/16/2019, 3:18:30 PM by Blackflower
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I wish this was my name.
Blackflower  1/16/2019
 
ALISSA  added 1/16/2019, 3:16:17 PM by Blackflower
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This is my name, and I’ve never liked it. It’s partly due to the fact it often gets misspelled. I also get called other names by people reading my name. The main reason is that it doesn’t suit me.
Blackflower  1/16/2019
 
JASMINE  added 1/16/2019, 2:36:41 PM by Anonymous User
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Pronounced "chass-MEEN" in Swedish.
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
KIYOSHI  added 1/16/2019, 2:20:42 PM by Anonymous User
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Kiyoshi seems more like a girl’s name than a boy’s name! I’ll agree it can be used on boys and girls, but I don’t really like it as a boy’s name as much as a girl’s name myself! Seems too feminine, graceful, flowery, and delicate for a guy. Kiyoshi is a beautiful name anyway, but I wouldn’t use it myself, because I’m not Japanese. I love this name for a girl!
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
TEAGAN  added 1/16/2019, 2:03:33 PM by caseynames6229
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Teagan is used mainly as a feminine name. It was originally a females name and parents started to choose this name for their sons. So technically, this isn’t a boy’s name on a girl, this is a girl’s name on a boy. People get so uptight about boy names getting stolen by girls, but this is vice versa right here! Teagan was derived from a surname that is feminine, so feminine names can be surnamed too, so a guy wouldn’t always get teased for having a feminine surname. Teagan seems cute for a boy, but I prefer it as a girl’s name, because it’s made to be mostly feminine!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
ATTILA  added 1/16/2019, 1:43:14 PM by caseynames6229
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I have a hard time picturing this on a boy! It just sounds too feminine to me! I like it’s as a girl’s name!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
LOREN  added 1/16/2019, 1:33:56 PM by caseynames6229
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This spelling of Lauren seems a little bit more masculine than Lauren, but a lot of people are preferring it for a girl rather than a boy because Lorin is still feminine but Lauren is way more feminine. I still think Lauren is more of a girl’s name, no matter how it’s spelled, if it’s spelled Lorin, it’s still more feminine than masculine, especially if you spell it Lauryn...Lauryn is definitely not a strong manly name! But if I ever named a boy this, I would spell it Loren!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
LORIN  added 1/16/2019, 1:29:29 PM by caseynames6229
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Still feminine! Lauren is typically a feminine name, and this spelling isn’t less feminine. I think this name should as least be labeled FEMININE & MASCULINE. This is a pretty name though, especially for girls!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
LORRIN  added 1/16/2019, 1:27:30 PM by caseynames6229
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I think Lauren is a feminine name no matter how it’s spelled. It doesn’t change the pronunciation. I like Lorin more for a girl than a boy.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
SORIN  added 1/16/2019, 1:22:54 PM by caseynames6229
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I kind of agree with Anonymous User 7/4/2017, but I don’t hate the name on a boy, it just sounds a little too feminine to be used as a boy’s name. And in case Sorin doesn’t sound feminine enough, there’s always the ACTUAL FEMININE form, Sorina. But I really don’t think Sorina should be the feminine form since Sorin is already feminine enough. Actually I’m starting to regret this comment! I like Sorin better as a boy’ name. The person who said they like this name way better for a girl probably thinks Sorina is terrrrrrrrible and it’s overly feminine when AU 7/4/2017 thinks Sorin is already feminine enough, and Sorina isn’t that necessary.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
REID  added 1/16/2019, 1:16:32 PM by Anonymous User
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@mazerunnerfan you smell like peed.
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
DIARMAID  added 1/16/2019, 1:16:10 PM by caseynames6229
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I actually love this name for a girl more than a boy.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
NUH  added 1/16/2019, 1:07:19 PM by caseynames6229
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Nuh doesn’t look like a proper name at all.....

Nuh uh!:)
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
NOAH (2)  added 1/16/2019, 1:04:06 PM by caseynames6229
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I can see why behindthename.com made a form of Noah that’s alike in every way, only this version is labeled FEMININE, while Noah(1) is labeled MASCULINE. I prefer Noah(2) as a girl’s name instead of Noah(2) for a boy’s name. Noah with the number two doesn’t seem masculine enough.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
NOAH (1)  added 1/16/2019, 1:00:55 PM by caseynames6229
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Noah is a great boy’s name. It sounds soft because of the “ah”, but it’s still strong. I prefer as a boy’s name and the latter form as a girl’s name, but I think Noah is cute and handsome for a boy, and beautiful and unique for a girl.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
GALEN  added 1/16/2019, 12:42:11 PM by caseynames6229
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I actually love the name Galen as a girl’s name! It’s very unique and elegant! But this name does have feminine forms ~Galene and Galena....even Gala, so I personally prefer Galen and all it’s feminine forms for a girl and mostly Galen for a boy. Giving a boys name to a girl which is cute will still be considered a masculine name, it’s not like everyone is going to give their daughters boy names, they’re usually named Sophia and Emily!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
GALENE  added 1/16/2019, 12:37:15 PM by Anonymous User
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Cute
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
CHRISTINE  added 1/16/2019, 12:13:53 PM by caseynames6229
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Christine is a beautiful name! So cute and elegant! This is going to become another one of my favorite girl names! I think Christine is lovely as a first name or middle name!
And I also love the nicknames Chris, Chrissy, Christa, Christy, and Tine.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
PAVEL  added 1/16/2019, 12:03:03 PM by caseynames6229
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I think Pavel would be a cute name for a girl! I feel like this was used as a feminine name so I believe it’s unisex. So elegant yet simple. Come to think of it, I like it more for a girl than a boy!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
PASHA  added 1/16/2019, 12:00:31 PM by caseynames6229
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I love this name for a girl. So sweet and elegant! Rhymes with Sasha! A little too feminine for a boy....unpopular opinion?
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
AGNES  added 1/16/2019, 11:37:54 AM by caseynames6229
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I’m in the minority, but I don’t like this name. Too harsh!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
MAXWELL  added 1/16/2019, 11:22:59 AM by Anonymous User
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Maxwell, the name itself lends
a rather interesting dynamic
to the names that commence
with ‘Max’ but end with something
else entirely. Maxwell has
a steady flow to it, from
my perspective, that
allows it to be distinguishable
from the other name of
Maximilian. On the same token,
it has the shortened version
of ‘Max’ which can be applied as a shortened
nickname.
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
KEVIN  added 1/16/2019, 11:13:56 AM by Anonymous User
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Kevin Duala is a British actor & presenter. Trained in personal fitness and is fluent in Spanish. He is perhaps best known for hosting United Kingdom's version of Blue's Clues (1998–2003) for Nick Jr.
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
DAVID  added 1/16/2019, 11:12:59 AM by Anonymous User
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The name David is one of
those names that retains
an international appeal that
can bridge linguistic issues
if one has a multi cultural
family. An example would
be that one side is English
speaking and the other is Spanish,
in such cases this name could
be the compromise you
might want to consider as
an easily pronounceable
name for both sides of the family.
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
JAKE  added 1/16/2019, 11:02:48 AM by Jake gillium
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this is a good name
Jake gillium  1/16/2019
 
FANNY  added 1/16/2019, 10:44:16 AM by caseynames6229
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I had no idea Fanny is a synonym for butt. I thought this was a actual name. I have a difficult time assuming this is a terrible name/nickname. Surely I wouldn’t use it for a boy, but it still sounds like a good girl’s name.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
CISSY  added 1/16/2019, 10:41:40 AM by caseynames6229
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Looks less derogative than Sissy, but it doesn’t change the fact that it’s a overly girlish name to give to a girl, especially a boy. It’s a dangerous name, no matter the spelling.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
PRISSY  added 1/16/2019, 10:38:59 AM by caseynames6229
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Prissy may mean 100% feminine boys or girls, but I dislike the way it sounds, not a good name. This would be a name parents would put on kids to teach them to be weak and defenseless, when kids should be noble and graceful. Prissy sounds way tooooo much like a slang for my likings.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
MUIRCHERTACH  added 1/16/2019, 10:37:44 AM by Edel
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Muirchertach is a strong and very masculine name, but it is very difficult to pronounce.
Edel  1/16/2019
 
SISSY  added 1/16/2019, 10:35:35 AM by caseynames6229
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It’s cruel to name your daughter Sissy. It doesn’t sound that pleasant in my opinion. It’s even worse on a boy, as it refers to a boy that is feminine and scared.
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
SELAH  added 1/16/2019, 10:07:50 AM by Anonymous User
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Sorry but Selah is just a girls name to me, don’t like it for a boy.
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
SHAKIRA  added 1/16/2019, 9:33:10 AM by Black
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It's worth noting that non Arabians usually extend the wrong vowels. If this name is really from Arabic "شاكرة", it would be pronounced like "Shaa-kira", meaning the first "a" is long while the "i" is short.
Black  1/16/2019
 
JOHAN  added 1/16/2019, 9:11:08 AM by caseynames6229
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Johan is kinda cute and unique for a girl. I like boyish names on girls sometimes, but it’s good to pair a masculine name that’s unique for a girl with a feminine name that’s not unique and rather popular for a girl, Johan Olivia and Johan Julia are good examples. I know that Johan has a feminine form, Johana, but literally every name is never too masculine to be used on a girl. Feminine names are typically feminine, but unisex names are more feminine than masculine and all masculine names sound a bit feminine, even Michael. While nothing is too masculine for a girl at all, a lot of names still sound too feminine for a boy!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
FARLEY  added 1/16/2019, 9:06:11 AM by Lucille
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The notable bearer mentioned in the description for this name has died since this entry was last updated, so you might want to update the entry to reflect this. :)
Lucille  1/16/2019
 
LILLI  added 1/16/2019, 8:48:55 AM by sistermaryn
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people w/ the name lilli are proven to be dumb and and dont know how to do anything lilli sucks ewwwwwwww
sistermaryn  1/16/2019
 
AVA (1)  added 1/16/2019, 8:48:19 AM by Anonymous User
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my name is ava boiiii
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
LILLI  added 1/16/2019, 8:47:29 AM by sistermaryn
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Lilli is a trashy name
sistermaryn  1/16/2019
 
LILLI  added 1/16/2019, 8:47:02 AM by Anonymous User
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i hate this name i sit next to a girl named lilli and her real name is lilliana and she is my hater
― Anonymous User  1/16/2019
 
LILLI  added 1/16/2019, 8:45:12 AM by Gavin123
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it is litter
Gavin123  1/16/2019
 
LILLI  added 1/16/2019, 8:44:39 AM by Gavin123
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I hate people with the name Lilli
Gavin123  1/16/2019
 
JOLENE  added 1/16/2019, 8:28:17 AM by caseynames6229
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I personally think Jolene is a very beautiful name and it sounds very feminine with the -ene suffix. Perfect as a middle name for a girly girl or tomboy who has a boy’s name as her first name. I don’t think this name deserves hate ever. I don’t find it trashy at all! It’s unique and elegant for a girl!
caseynames6229  1/16/2019
 
MARIO  added 1/16/2019, 6:39:53 AM by bagel king
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your rude
bagel king  1/16/2019
 
MARIO  added 1/16/2019, 6:39:09 AM by bagel king
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anomynous user your really dumb JK YOU SMELL
bagel king  1/16/2019
 
MURTAZA  added 1/16/2019, 6:33:54 AM by bagel king
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that's my name
bagel king  1/16/2019
 
MARIO  added 1/16/2019, 6:29:51 AM by bagel king
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Anonymous User you are a noob go get a new hairline
bagel king  1/16/2019