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No point putting this in Baby Names.Just had a healthy scan at 13+1. Would LOVE to use a GH name as both DSs "coincidentally" have GH first names.Here's a list. Which do you think are even remotely useable? We have a very plain surname starting in J- and I have removed the DCs we already have.Barbara, Harriet, Hester, Helen (Nell), Serena, Léonie, Prudence, Horatia, Phoebe, Cressida, Anthea, Venetia, Henrietta, Sophia, Judith, Sarah, Annis, Mary, Drusilla, Arabella, Diana, Cleone, Penelope, Frederica, Abigail, Katherine (Kitty or Kate), Deborah, Elinor, Ancilla, Hero, JennyJustin, Sylvester, Adolphus, Dominic, Ivo, Vernon, Julian, Jack, Ashley, Marcus, Gervase, Giles, Anthony, Frederick, Edward, Jasper, Hugh (Hugo), Charles, Waldo, Gareth, Tristam, Richard, Philip, Christopher (Kit), John, Robert, Miles, Max
This wasn't exactly a "tell me what to name my unborn" but rather "can I keep a sly GH theme and get a great name?" to which the answer appears to be yes. Hurrah!I haven't spoken to DH about specific names, no. He would get name fatigue this early.
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That comes later... I've been planning this thread, as you know Leonie, for some time
Please could someone remind me which one Elinor comes in? I have one (she is a Sense and Sensibility one) and didn't realise she was GH too!Thanks all.
She is the Reluctant Widow iirc...
Thank you! You're right - just been and checked my copy!
Wish I'd seen this earlier- I was named for a georgette heyer character- the silly vain girl in The Nonesuch! (But I do like my name!) ( but please don't post it if you know it from the clue!)
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