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How did I not see that link? Thanks, the additional stuff was also really interesting.
Some other suggestions (sorry if I repeat what others have said)
I hope these help!
I'll try with only (first) names from the Harry Potter books (not all are characters per se, but are at least mentioned).
Y, I can't think of anyone
U, I can't think of anyone either
I love the Star Trek and Farscape names!
For Y, Fry's father and older brother on Futurama are both named Yancy.
I can't think of anything for U either...
For I, there's an Isabella on Phineas and Ferb, but you already used Ferb.
Lilith (g), Jericho (b), Ahab (b), Mehitabel (g), Ephraim (b), Delilah (g), Malachi (b), Zipporah (g), Elijah (b), Jemima (g), Ezra (b)
and, to finish it off,
Elliott --> Elliox
Patricia --> Patriza
Scott --> Mott
Veronica --> Veronila
Kai --> Zai
Sascha --> Sana
Lucas --> Lucan (Lukan?)
Melissa --> Telissa
I always forget that the Queensboro Bridge is the 59th Street Bridge, but I love the song.
I'm pretty sure the first time I'd ever heard about Idlewild Airport was in the Twilight Zone episode "The Odyssey of Flight 33," where Flight 33 begins travelling into the past; my dad had to explain that it was JFK. I agree that it's a much cooler name and definitely better than Anderson!
Lilith (g), Jericho (b), Ahab (b), Mehitabel (g), Ephraim (b), Delilah (g), and
How do you feel about the Queensboro Bridge becoming the Ed Koch Bridge? I feel like it's especially weird because he's alive. As far as schools go, there are some with acronyms as well as the numbered and people-named schools.
Alright, let me try this one. I may repeat from the other poster, but I'll try not to.
1) Jordan Mitchell
2) Jude Theodore
3) Jessica Violet
4) Jeremy Howard
5) Joanna Victoria
6) Juliet Beatrice
7) Janice Olivia
8) Jonathan Christopher
9) Jonah Francis
10) Jane Margaret
11) Jasper Benjamin
12) Jacob Patrick
13) Jeffrey Oscar
14) Jamie Vincent
15) Jack Thomas
16) Julian William
17) Jacqueline Maria
18) Juniper Cecilia
19) Josephine Lucille
20) Jada Theresa
21) Jenna Rochelle
That was surprisingly difficult, but a lot of fun!
I met a (female) Favour recently. I'm a little surprised that the British spelling is more common and if I see her again, I might ask her about her name.
I feel like virtue names are a lot to live up to. Beauty? Victory? And many are just leaving the poor kids open to teasing (Purity, Chastity, Beauty again).
As someone in the Northeast US, I think the next name practically chose itself:
Parthenia (g), Theophilus (b), Euphemia (g), Leander (b), Erastus (b), Pelagia (g), Ariadne (g), Cornelius (b), Nicodemus (b), Iolanthe (g), Leonidas (b)
and, to finish it off, Philomena (g)
Tuppence (g), Thornley (b), Teasdale (b), Templeton (b), Trinity (g), Taneisha (g), Thomasina (g), Trevelyan (b)
I got 17.
If I had to pick, I'd probably pick Clarke.
If I had to pick, I'd choose Thalia.
A few (Suzanne, Susan, Whitney, Marianne, Meredith) seem... outdated to me. On the boys side, none seemed like they wouldn't belong on a young kid (except Mac, which is my grandfather Malcolm's nickname and therefore strikes me as old-fashioned).
I wonder how Leita and Lahaina would be pronounced. I've never heard of either before.