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March 13, 2014 10:17 AM

I've always found this really interesting. I had a lot of friends at camp named Ali/Allie or some other spelling. Their names ranged from Alison/Allison to Alexandra to Alaina to Alyssa. While all of those are fairly popular on their own, the combination made Allie easily the most common name. I once had a cabin of 15 girls with 4 Allies (not to mention 2 Callies, who were both Carolyns). 

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December 16, 2013 05:08 PM
In Response to American Accent Quiz

I also got Boston for the first and I got Neutral for the second. As another New Yorker who certainly doesn't have the stereotypical Brooklyn, etc. accent, I think it's interesting that we both were pegged with Boston accents. I also disliked the "horrible" question; my pronunciation of the "o" is not consistent, sometimes it's an "o," sometimes more of an "a." The same goes for "forest," "orange," and "Florida."

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September 19, 2013 01:55 PM

I just started college a few weeks ago (I feel old. I was still in middle school when I started reading BNW!) so this is quite relevant. I actually know multiple college-aged Avas, but everything else falls right in with my experience. Here are some other interesting names I've heard:

Th0r (2, both are middle names, but are what they go by)

R3x (also a middle name, but what people call him)

Th@ddeus

R3illy (girl, I've never seen this spelling as a given name)

B@iley (this seems sort of young for an 18 y/o girl)

M@ttison (boy, another interesting spelling)

Gus (I don't know if it's a nickname, but I've never met a Gus my age)

Ryd3n

T0rii (this is her given name)

N0la (named after New Orleans)

S3quoia (boy)

T@in@

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May 26, 2013 12:27 PM
In Response to A Nymbler Name Game

Temperance (g), Journey (g), Clarity (g), Peregrine (b), Flint (b), Autumn (g), Maverick (b), Storm (b), Lark (g), Serenity (g)

and Noble (b).

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April 14, 2013 04:10 PM
In Response to Choosing Your Name

How did I not see that link? Thanks, the additional stuff was also really interesting.

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March 3, 2013 04:46 PM
In Response to Girls Name for MC

Some other suggestions (sorry if I repeat what others have said)

Ada

Charlotte

Nora

Maya/Maia

Ava

Lila

Anya

Francesca

Madeline/Madeleine

Tessa

 

I hope these help!

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January 13, 2013 03:44 PM
In Response to Keyboard Name Game

I'll try with only (first) names from the Harry Potter books (not all are characters per se, but are at least mentioned).


Quirinus Quirrell

Winky

Elphias Doge

Ron Weasley

Tom Riddle

Y, I can't think of anyone

U, I can't think of anyone either

Ignotus Peverell

Olive Hornby

Penelope Clearwater

Arthur Weasley

Susan Bones

Dilys Derwent

Frank Bryce

Godric Gryffindor

Hermione Granger

James Potter

Kreacher

Luna Lovegood

Zacharias Smith

Xenophilius Lovegood

Cormac McLaggen

Viktor Krum

Bertha Jorkins

Nicolas Flamel

Millicent Bulstrode

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January 13, 2013 03:32 PM
In Response to Keyboard Name Game

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.

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January 13, 2013 03:23 PM
In Response to A Nymbler Name Game

Kevin (b)

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January 13, 2013 03:21 PM
In Response to A Nymbler Name Game

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,

Shoshana (g)

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December 30, 2012 02:58 PM
In Response to Invent a name!

Elliott --> Elliox

Patricia --> Patriza

 

Boy: Gabriel

Girl: Ophelia

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December 21, 2012 03:38 PM
In Response to Invent a name!

Scott --> Mott

Veronica --> Veronila

 

Theodore

Lucille

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December 15, 2012 01:11 PM
In Response to Invent a name!

Kai --> Zai

Sascha --> Sana

Boy: Peter

Girl: Rebecca

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December 8, 2012 02:37 PM
In Response to Invent a name!

Lucas --> Lucan (Lukan?)

Melissa --> Telissa

Boy: Zachary

Girl: Amanda

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December 1, 2012 01:34 PM
In Response to SCHOOL Names

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!

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December 1, 2012 01:22 PM
In Response to A Nymbler Name Game

Lilith (g), Jericho (b), Ahab (b), Mehitabel (g), Ephraim (b), Delilah (g), and

Malachi (b)

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November 25, 2012 01:17 PM
In Response to SCHOOL Names

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.

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November 25, 2012 01:03 PM
In Response to J-Names

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!

 

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October 30, 2012 11:46 AM
In Response to The "New Virtues"

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).

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October 30, 2012 11:28 AM
In Response to A Nymbler Name Game

As someone in the Northeast US, I think the next name practically chose itself:

Sandy (g)