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If I like Elizabeth, Meredith and Felicity...

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MemphisBella Sat 27-Jun-15 00:29:23

... what else might I like?

T-surname, preferably no names beginning with A.

Thank you; I'm grateful as I knew this has been done a million times.

Sophronia Sat 27-Jun-15 01:03:48

Esther, Marianne, Frances, Judith, Georgina, Beatrice, Christabel, Roberta, Susannah, Margot, Henrietta, Tabitha, Caroline, Edith, Rachel, Lydia, Harriet, Constance, Imogen, Claudia, Victoria, Jennifer, Winifred, Sabrina, Juliet, Catherine, Verity, Emmeline, Rowena, Penelope, Rebekah, Eleanor, Stephanie, Theodora, Ruth, Vivienne, Cecilia, Rosemary, Joanna, Marina, Josephine, Christina, Genevieve, Rosalind, Miriam, Cassandra, Elspeth, Phoebe, Tamsin, Miranda, Philippa, Mallory, Julia, Martha, Katherine, Lucinda

ZeroFunDame Sat 27-Jun-15 01:25:59

Belinda, Cecily, Delilah, Genevieve, Hepzibah, Ismene, Jennifer, Kendra, Leonora, Nerys, Odette, Penelope, Queenie, Rebecca, Serena, Viola, Xanthe.

kavv0809 Sat 27-Jun-15 01:46:49

Emily
Millicent
Victoria
Carey
Primrose

Zakken Sat 27-Jun-15 11:34:32

Shulamith

MemphisBella Sat 27-Jun-15 17:36:44

I love Esther, Verity and Miranda, thank you.

Had to Google Shulamith as I'd never heard it before!

Will try DH with the suggestions you gave and see if anything fits. smile

BotoxBitch Sat 27-Jun-15 17:41:23

Madeline

BikeRunSki Sat 27-Jun-15 17:48:14

Phillipa
Josephine
Charlotte

Wishful80sMontage Sat 27-Jun-15 17:55:06

Well I love 2/3 of those so you might like some my favourites
Georgia
Harriet
Philippa
Penelope
Cassandra
Camilla

barbecue Sat 27-Jun-15 18:11:13

Thea
Matilda
Alicia
Bethany
Cordelia
Olivia
Anastasia
Cecilia
Lucy

Eastpoint Sat 27-Jun-15 18:17:23

Constance
Cassia
Catherine
Beatrice
Francesca

2fedup Sat 27-Jun-15 18:29:32

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Gasp0deTheW0nderD0g Sat 27-Jun-15 18:32:59

Margaret
Ann/Anne
Mary
Stella
Sylvia
Frances
Rachel/Rachael
Ruth

You can't do much better than Elizabeth, though!

MemphisBella Sat 27-Jun-15 18:48:32

Thank you everyone. I really like Lucy - maybe Lucy Elizabeth / Elizabeth Lucy is the way to go.

DD has a classic name so I'd like to keep within that style if possible. My own name had been suggested here too, so you're definitely on my wavelength!

I always loved Matilda, but a relative used it for her DD, damn her good taste. smile

ThroughThickAndThin01 Sat 27-Jun-15 18:59:59

Melanie
Tabitha

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