Caprina Fahey (born Charlotte Emily Caprina Gilbert; 1883 – 1959) was a British suffragette who was given the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) Hunger Strike Medal "for Valour" in 1914. She was an active member of the WSPU and was imprisoned twice in Holloway Prison. In 2017, the Norfolk Museums Service made a successful appeal for information about her life.
This name is one of the most beautiful I have ever heard. Not only is it extremely rare but it is also very feminine. If I have a girl I want to name her this.
I prefer this best as a middle name if I ever do end up using this name. If you're a Capricorn like I am and are into zodiac signs, I feel that this name could honor that.
This name is ugly. It sounds like the name of a snobbish heiress or model. Plus it's another pseudo-Italian name which I can't stand. I'd avoid using it.
Nothing I'd use but it's beautiful in my opinion
I don't agree with the user above me :S.

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