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DONNA  added 6/17/2018, 1:36:46 PM by Dlw61903
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Another name it can stem from is Donatella.
Dlw61903  6/17/2018
 
FENELLA  added 6/17/2018, 11:47:14 AM by queen_vic
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This name is cute and unusual. Love it. Nicknames could be Fen, Fenny, Nell, Nella, Nellie.
queen_vic  6/17/2018
 
FENELLA  added 6/17/2018, 11:44:26 AM by queen_vic
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I say this as Fen-ella which sounds a bit like vanilla.
queen_vic  6/17/2018
 
MADONNA  added 6/17/2018, 11:23:20 AM by DanielRivera
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I love Madonna and her songs, not this name. It just reeks of pop culture inspiration, like you only named them because of a singer.
DanielRivera  6/17/2018
 
ARMIDA  added 6/17/2018, 11:22:42 AM by Msphantom
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My name is Armida I love my name because it's different.
Msphantom  6/17/2018
 
KATELYNN  added 6/17/2018, 10:33:22 AM by Namecritic16
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People who say that this is an incorrect spelling are just stuck in the past. My name is Katelynn and Ithink it’s very unique. Better then having a million people spelling it Caitlin or Kaitlin. With that logic Katelyn with one n is unacceptable too.
Namecritic16  6/17/2018
 
REŞİDE  added 6/17/2018, 10:28:34 AM by Namecritic16
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Definitely a unique name though I do think that it sounds more masculine then feminine
Namecritic16  6/17/2018
 
HEMA  added 6/17/2018, 10:25:38 AM by Namecritic16
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Sounds like the Greek goddess Hera. Definitely is unique and something I’d consider naming my child.
Namecritic16  6/17/2018
 
ANASTASIA  added 6/17/2018, 9:37:25 AM by Anonymous User
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AgiosParadox, that it also because people were living in poverty and tired of it. It was a tragic event, but it didn't happen simply because people were "barbaric".
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
ZOE  added 6/17/2018, 8:51:10 AM by Samantha Carter
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In Czech Republic we've got Zoe in our calendar. But it isn't very popular and the Czech pronunciation is "ZAW-eh".
Samantha Carter  6/17/2018
 
IAGO  added 6/17/2018, 8:22:35 AM by enchy
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Iago Aspas is a Spanish footballer, currently playing as a striker for Celta de Vigo and the Spanish national team.
enchy  6/17/2018
 
MARGAUX  added 6/17/2018, 7:52:03 AM by Anonymous User
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This is my neices name and it is so cute! She is two years old, and so pretty and lively. I know one other Margaux form junior high, and had a great relationship with her as well!
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
REX  added 6/17/2018, 7:39:32 AM by Anonymous User
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My youngest brother is named Rex. I have never heard of a dog named Rex. There are dogs named Charlie and Henry too. No, he has never gotten teased because it rhythms with s-e-x. It is a great, uncommon name that is easy to spell and understand!!
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
LUCY  added 6/17/2018, 7:33:04 AM by Anonymous User
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My youngest sister is named Lucy. Yes, she gets the “Lucy in the sky with diamonds “ singalongs on occasion, but she loves her name! We don’t know any other Lucy's, however people are farmilar with her name!
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
ANNIE  added 6/17/2018, 7:28:52 AM by Anonymous User
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This is my sisters name! (Short for Annalise) she is a tomboy, and prefers Annie over Annalise. We know one other Annie. It is a great name, and if she ever wants to in adult life, she can go by Anna or Annalise
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
COLTON  added 6/17/2018, 7:24:56 AM by Anonymous User
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My brothers name is Colton and he loves his name! He is 15 , and plans on going by Cole later in life. I have never met another Colton, but I know my brother was named after a great-great-great grandfather on my Fathers side.
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
GINNY  added 6/17/2018, 7:20:14 AM by Anonymous User
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This is my sisters name (short for Virginia) and it is such pretty name!! She gets compliments on it all the time. We have never met anyone named Ginny before, so it is fairly uncommon, however most people are familiar with the name!
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
DANIEL  added 6/17/2018, 6:56:47 AM by Anonymous User
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Okay but too common. Go for a name with a similar sound like Danny or David
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
DANNY  added 6/17/2018, 6:52:58 AM by Anonymous User
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Danny is definitely a brilliant name for a boy or a man. It is used a lot in Israel
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
DANNY  added 6/17/2018, 6:52:30 AM by Anonymous User
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Love the name Danny. It is my favourite male name.
― Anonymous User  6/17/2018
 
ESMÉE  added 6/17/2018, 4:51:51 AM by Luvbug86
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Probably will be mispronounced a lot.
Luvbug86  6/17/2018
 
DİLARA  added 6/17/2018, 3:19:27 AM by MJPete
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Dilara or Delara can be a given name or surname in several languages . It is a variant of the Spanish or French habitational name Lara.
MJPete  6/17/2018
 
TREY  added 6/16/2018, 8:00:18 PM by aby
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This name is cool. Not my favorite, and I wouldn't name my child this, but I don't hate it. I prefer it more as a nickname than a full/legal name, but that's just me :)
Also, my name's Trey and I have a basketball game tomorrowwwwww
Sorry.
aby  6/16/2018
 
CHERYL  added 6/16/2018, 7:02:37 PM by vezna
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Cheryl is a Anglocized version of the French Girls name Cherie/Cheri.It appeared in the 1920s in europe and USA. Cher means loved one or dear on in French. Cheri means my darling in French.The shortened version of this name.Cheryl Crane was the daughter of Lana turner. Not Rita hayworth as mentioned in a previous comment. Google it.
vezna  6/16/2018
 
NED  added 6/16/2018, 6:06:04 PM by Nifty_Name_Nerd
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This is another rhyming name along with Ted and Ed for names beginning with Ed-. Similar in formation to names like Bob, Hob and Dob for Robert.
Nifty_Name_Nerd  6/16/2018
 
SUNČANA  added 6/16/2018, 5:43:05 PM by enchy
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Just to correct the given pronunciation, the emphasis is actually on the first syllable, so it's SOON-cha-nah rather than soon-CHAH-nah
enchy  6/16/2018
 
MERRILL  added 6/16/2018, 5:14:09 PM by Nifty_Name_Nerd
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English place name from Merry and Hill. Seriously.
Nifty_Name_Nerd  6/16/2018
 
AMMON  added 6/16/2018, 2:58:19 PM by Nifty_Name_Nerd
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This or Amon can also be an alternate spelling of Eamon,which is Irish for Edmund or Edmond.
Nifty_Name_Nerd  6/16/2018
 
AMON  added 6/16/2018, 2:56:08 PM by Nifty_Name_Nerd
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This can also be an alternate spelling of Eamon,which is Irish for Edmund or Edmond.
Nifty_Name_Nerd  6/16/2018
 
CLAUDIA  added 6/16/2018, 2:32:51 PM by Anonymous User
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A beautiful, elegant name, no matter what it means.
― Anonymous User  6/16/2018
 
DONNA  added 6/16/2018, 2:30:06 PM by Anonymous User
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I think it’s too close to “Donald” and “Don” to be a good name for a little giel. I’ve never thought it was very pretty.
― Anonymous User  6/16/2018
 
CLAUDIE  added 6/16/2018, 1:47:15 PM by Nifty_Name_Nerd
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Also an old fashioned diminutive for a male named Claude. Pronounced CLAHD-ee.
Nifty_Name_Nerd  6/16/2018
 
URIAH  added 6/16/2018, 1:28:25 PM by Uriah Wolf
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Well I am a woman with this name even tho it is considered a masculine name.... I personally think it is quite unisex. I love this name but yes, I got called urea a lot by clients unsure of how to pronounce my name. 9 times out of 10 someone butchers it. I still love the name. It's definitely unique and I have yet to meet someone else with the name.
Uriah Wolf  6/16/2018
 
DARCY  added 6/16/2018, 12:18:00 PM by vezna22
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Arcy-sur-Cure is a commune in the Yonne department in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté in north-central France. The caves of Arcy-sur-Cure, just south of the commune, hold the second-oldest cave paintings known, after those of Chauvet Cave. Wikipedia.Some ignoramus wrote there is no place called D'arcy in France and French words do not end with y.That is like saying Swedish words not end with s..^This is the place above. I wonder about the mentality of some people on the net. D'arcy-It is a French noble name.
vezna22  6/16/2018
 
BELLE  added 6/16/2018, 11:55:46 AM by Belle Isabella Mia
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Belle Isabella Mia  6/16/2018
 
NENA  added 6/16/2018, 8:19:15 AM by Anonymous User
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Nena in spanish is a affectionate way of calling a little girl or teenager, it is very sweet, it could be "honey" or "babe" in english. For boys it is Nene. Anyway, It is a common nn for Elena and Magdalena, also used for girls that have the same name as their mother. I have a little cousin named "Barbara" and everyone calls her "La Nena" It started as a little family slang and now it is basically her name. And it is very sweet indeed!
― Anonymous User  6/16/2018
 
SUZANNE  added 6/16/2018, 3:00:08 AM by Loveth
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I love the so much, and I am planning to name my baby Suzanne in the next 4 months to come. Can't wait to name her
Loveth  6/16/2018
 
HERA  added 6/15/2018, 7:02:32 PM by Anonymous User
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I personally think Hera was an amazing, underappreciated goddess and that “Hera” is a strong, beautiful name. I would be proud to have this name. She had every right to inflict those punishments on Zeus and his girls, after all he did promise he would be faithful to her.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2018
 
BOB  added 6/15/2018, 6:59:54 PM by Anonymous User
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I think if you were named “Bob” you would be teased. When a child draws something silly, they will name it “Bob,” “Steve,” or “Billy Jo.” “Bob” is more of a joke now than a real name. Objects are named “Bob,” imaginary friends are called “Bob,” but real people aren’t.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2018
 
ELISE  added 6/15/2018, 6:54:39 PM by Anonymous User
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“Fur Elise” translates to “For Elise,” in case you didn’t know.
I think Elise is a beautiful, timeless name, especially for a middle name.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2018
 
CHARLES  added 6/15/2018, 6:54:30 PM by That70sShowGeek
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Charles Evans Hughes was Governor of New York, United States Secretary of State, and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
That70sShowGeek  6/15/2018
 
ALINE  added 6/15/2018, 3:30:49 PM by Anonymous User
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A pretty enough name, but I have several cousins named "Aline," pronounced "ah-leen."
― Anonymous User  6/15/2018
 
EMMA  added 6/15/2018, 3:28:48 PM by Anonymous User
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I think Emma has a cute look to it, and I like the nicknames of "Em" and "Emmy" but I don't think I would choose this name. Emma makes a good middle name, though, so you could have a really exotic first name and "Emma" as the middle name.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2018
 
ISAAC  added 6/15/2018, 2:23:07 PM by AviationFanatic
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Well Isaac is the name of my crush, so I adore the name!
AviationFanatic  6/15/2018
 
ESMERALDA  added 6/15/2018, 1:38:38 PM by Anonymous User
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I think Esmeralda is a beautiful name. But, it sounds more like the name of a fairy princess in a fantasy novel than a real person. If you like the name anyway, you should pair it with a more traditional middle name to revert to if, once your child is an adult, it seems too outlandish.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2018
 
AGATHA  added 6/15/2018, 1:33:14 PM by Anonymous User
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Don’t be put off by the fact that it is old fashioned. Agatha is a quaint, lovely name - it doesn’t sound like a witch’s name. Agatha is strong, elegant, mature, and uncommon. You also get the benefit of the nickname “Aggie.”
― Anonymous User  6/15/2018
 
HONOR  added 6/15/2018, 12:57:56 PM by Terra Bella
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I'm from New Orleans and I named my son Honor. I love his name and so does everyone else that hears it. Although, at the time of naming him, I had no idea that others or even celebrities still used this name today. I was looking for another virtue name for my second son that coupled well with my oldest son's virtuos name but I also wanted something vintage. There wasn't a lot of virtue names that suited boys so I had to go for something that sounded unisex.My son is always the only Honor in his school so it makes him feel special.

As a Southerner, we also live in an "Honor State" so this name fit in perfectly with out culture. I followed my son's first name with his father's entire name (first middle last name) too.

Quick fact: Honor is traditionally a boy's name in the U.S. A traditional name started by the Puritans. It is also a boy's name in Scotland
Terra Bella  6/15/2018
 
ALEIDA  added 6/15/2018, 11:11:45 AM by Zanizaila
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It is also an old Swedish name derived from Adalheid, see Nordic Names Wiki.
Zanizaila  6/15/2018
 
NOLA  added 6/15/2018, 10:04:24 AM by Hushpuppy
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Also Finnish, meaning 0 (like zero or nil).
Hushpuppy  6/15/2018
 
EMERSON  added 6/15/2018, 8:07:28 AM by Prime Meridian
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I mean, for boys do boy's name and for girl's do girls names. Girls are adorable in girls' names and boys are cool in boys' names. The moment you start mixing it up it becomes ridiculous. Emerson sounds a bit like a surname to me but ok on a boy. Any name with the word "son" in it (besides for Sonia) IS NOT FOR GIRLS, PERIOD. Call them Scarlet, Jenny or Gina - for all I care. Just don't "son" them.
Prime Meridian  6/15/2018