Girls names

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Re: Girls names

Postby Splash » 05 Dec 2013, 20:35

Yes please :) as long as you don't mind me copying if they fit the bill.
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Re: Girls names

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 05 Dec 2013, 20:38

Splash wrote:Yes please :) as long as you don't mind me copying if they got the bill.


Have sent. More than happy for you to copy!
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Re: Girls names

Postby Louisianablue2000 » 05 Dec 2013, 20:49

Frida/Freida/Freda, Freya, Fenya, Fritha, Elsa.
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Re: Girls names

Postby robyn » 05 Dec 2013, 21:21

oh Elsa, I LOVE that name.
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Re: Girls names

Postby Rosie_t_Riveter » 05 Dec 2013, 21:38

I know it doesn't match but I LOVE Imogen and think everyone should use it. :wink:

I had a cat called Amra which was a brilliant name. And I'm guessing almost totally unique.
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Re: Girls names

Postby weasley » 05 Dec 2013, 22:01

Elsa was our top girl name. Clara was another we liked.
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Re: Girls names

Postby ToothFairy » 05 Dec 2013, 23:12

I have patients called Aphra, Teuta and Abra. All pretty unusual!
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Re: Girls names

Postby DandelionFrosting » 06 Dec 2013, 05:00

Our new little one was almost Mika, except it was DH's cousin's name. We also thought about Nana or Mana.
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Zilla (December 2013) is unstoppable. And really likes pizza.
Turtle (November 2015) isn't cute yet, but he's working on it.
And Mia and Oreo are my emotional support cats.
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Re: Girls names

Postby Lioncub's mama » 06 Dec 2013, 06:58

I like girls names ending in a too (and starting with a!) - a few others that haven't been mentioned so far i don't think include:

Ayana, eva, ada, zola, ayla, alana, eliana, amaya, noelia, orla

(our girls name is included in that list - but it's pretty unlikely we'll ever get to use it now! We're still trying to think of boys names and finding it much harder!)
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Re: Girls names

Postby pirate_han » 06 Dec 2013, 07:16

My daughter is Isabella, although nobody calls her that. We call her Belle, and she calls herself Belle but in a hilarious Cockney accent.

Marnie is my favourite for next time.

We know Olivia, Amaya, Matilda (Tilly), Isla, Martha, Magda and Eva.
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Re: Girls names

Postby The3Bens » 06 Dec 2013, 08:37

We have Lydia and Philippa (Pippa), I also love Estella, Saira,Katya, Rumana and another vote for Elsa..although I am old enough to remember the lioness from "Born Free" was called that!
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Re: Girls names

Postby shye » 06 Dec 2013, 09:26

( I too love Imogen!)

Our list had:
Amaya,
Leah
Aliyah
Isla (until my fil started saying "isl-a Skye?" About another little girl)
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Re: Girls names

Postby Splash » 06 Dec 2013, 15:34

Thanks everyone, some good names to think about. I've not managed to ask DH about them yet. I'm afraid Elsa is out due to surname but it is nice.
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Re: Girls names

Postby mamapup » 06 Dec 2013, 15:37

Argh, I so want to share our girl name with you as it fits the list but hasn't been mentioned. But I can't, it's not common and we shall be using it in March!!
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Re: Girls names

Postby Louisianablue2000 » 06 Dec 2013, 17:58

ChristmasTreeFairy wrote:I have patients called Aphra, Teuta and Abra. All pretty unusual!


Aphra is phenomenal, was it after Aphra Behn?
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