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Annakin31 Wed 22-Jan-14 05:22:41

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Theonlyoneiknow Tue 21-Jan-14 13:00:11

I love Elodie from your list, such a beautiful name.

newyearhere Tue 21-Jan-14 10:24:40

I like Sarah, Beth, Maia and Anais.

Mrsindecision Tue 21-Jan-14 09:52:11

Might be better to start a new thread with your new revised list?? I quite like all the names on your list. Sarah, once ubiquitous, now quite unusual, although some may say dated. The one I probably like least is Maia, but that is due to name association with someone I once worked with rather than anything else. Would Beth be short for Elizabeth? Elodie, very pretty, I see it as the new alternative for Amelie. Would you shorten Aveline to anything?

Annakin31 Tue 21-Jan-14 09:28:55

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hurricanemum Wed 23-Oct-13 21:56:00

Sadie is LOVELY

CordeliaRose Tue 22-Oct-13 08:57:18

Rosalie is lovely thanks

Elodie nn Eddie - maybe a bit too similar in sound to Eilidh?

Annakin31 Tue 22-Oct-13 02:56:12

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Annakin31 Wed 16-Oct-13 17:30:33

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Annakin31 Sat 12-Oct-13 10:29:07

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Summerfever Sat 12-Oct-13 06:56:35

Well, as a mother of an Emmeline, I have to disagree with snowcone. People regularly mishear the name as "Emily", which I find hugely annoying and I continually have to correct people each time I introduce dd. Her name has become "Emmeline-no-not-Emily-EmmeLINE". Also, the name often gets mispronounced with the "line" ryhming with "fine" which I also find irriating! Don't get me started on the spelling variations! Whilst I still think the name is lovely, I have to admit I would have chosen differently had I been aware how often people would get it wrong! Although, if she is only ever going to be known as "Emmie" this may not be a problem for you.

snowcone Sat 12-Oct-13 04:28:47

I know an adult Emmeline and she never gets Emily or Emma. It's an established, normal name (though out of fashion until recently) with good role model connections IMO.

HasItStartedYet Sat 12-Oct-13 03:34:28

Aveline only means Bread to me. "Our Aveline" - probably wouldn't to mot people though.

Rosalie makes me think gypsy Rosa Lee.

Which leaves Emmeline. Nice name but will sound like Emily to most people. Either that or she will get Emma.

looki Sat 12-Oct-13 01:53:12

I like Sadie and Emmeline. But as you are going to call her by her nn Sadie is my favourite!

Annakin31 Sat 12-Oct-13 01:21:57

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wigglesrock Fri 11-Oct-13 18:53:10

I'd go for Sarah (Sadie), Sadie is my dd2 middle name (after her great granny) and I sometimes regret not using it as a first name.

Aveline is probably my least favourite. It reminds me of the tv show Bread, I don't think I could lose the connection.

Hope all goes well from December smile .

Annakin31 Fri 11-Oct-13 18:12:46

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magicstars Fri 11-Oct-13 17:58:45

Sorry Aveline

Annakin31 Fri 11-Oct-13 17:58:15

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magicstars Fri 11-Oct-13 17:58:13

Avaline stands out to me.

Annakin31 Fri 11-Oct-13 17:56:45

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