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Tris is a fresh spin on Beatrice. Since most of us probably don't work with chemicals on a daily basis (Comment # 2), I can see parents who want something other than Bea or Trixie using this as a first name.
Tris also reminds me of Tess; although as a given name it has become less common, Tessa is gaining in popularity. Baby forums often raise the question of name vs nickname usage. I can imagine somebody using Beatrice nn Tris to honor Grandma or Great Grandma Trish.
I love the name Millicent, but afraid that it is still considered too old-fashioned for a baby born today in my part of the country.
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PennyX - I prefer Ursu1a S@b1n3
What a fun game!
Found an interesting sibset. The story mentions three American children living in Japan but does not give their gender — California, 13; Jazz, 9; and Justus, 8.
I've always thought that people who use their last name as the first name for a child, ie, William Williams, Peter Peters, or Ramiro Ramirez, were just to lazy to look for something.