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Subject: Re: Top 10 names for May!
Author: erb816   (Authenticated as erb816)
Date: May 2, 2011 at 10:47:03 AM
Reply to: Re: Top 10 names for May! by Chanel
Lucy Emmeline - Very pretty, nice flow.
Alice Caroline - I'm not keen on either name by itself (to me, Alice is sad while Caroline is snobby), but it makes for a pretty combo, and I'm sure it will be popular with most people.
Margaret Sophie - Sorry, I don't think I'll ever like Margaret (to me it's very harsh). Sophie lightens it somewhat.
Katherine Beatrix - Very nice! Katherine can be boring at times, but an uncommon name like Beatrix makes it exciting again.
Felicity Violet - Absolutely gorgeous!
Penelope Iris - (see above)
Matilda Juliet "Tilly" - (see above)
Sophie Ellen - A little too 1950s for me.
Bonnie Rosalind - Could have been 50s, but Rosalind makes it decidedly more "classic" than "dated".
Jennifer - I've always liked the sound of it, but it will soon become dated, and in about 40 years it will probably be an "old ladies' name."

Henry Alexander Clint - Not my style, but certainly not the worst I've seen.
Arthur Barnaby Rand - I'm sorry, but I can't take Barnaby or Barney seriously.
Jude Alasdair Rhys - Interesting. I think "Alasdair Rhys" is exciting by itself, not sure what I think of Jude...
Milo Felix - Excellent!
Jonah Gabriel - (see above)
Linus Edmund - (see above)
Oscar Sebastian - Love Sebastian, but Oscar reminds me too much of Oscar the Grouch, and the Academy Awards.
August Rhys - Excellent!
Simon Augustus - Never did care for Simon, sorry.

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