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Love: Willa, Briar, Tess
Like: Isla, Winnie, Linnea
Lose: Ruby (too popular), Cataleya (unfamiliar) , Amara (pretty but preferred the others)
Willa, Briar, Tess, Isla, Winnie, Linnea, Ellie, Eavan, Mariel
Group 1: Surnames of music artists
Group 2: Names from songs
Group 3: Celebrity kid names?
Group 4: Place names
Group 5: Nature names?
Love: Cecily, Rafaela, Meredith
Like: Vivian, Ruby, Lois
Lose: Astaria (too close to Astoria), Aria (too trendy, makes me think of areola), Julie(t) (this was Juliet but got typoed somewhere along the line; much prefer Juliet but liked the others more)
Cecily, Rafaela, Meredith, Vivian, Ruby, Lois, Ingrid, Talia, Lilia
(Belander sounds like a Harry Potter character)
Elizabeth > Lizabeth > Lizabeck > Lirabeck > Larabeck > Larabell
Leonardo > Lenardo > Lenader > Benader > Belander > Phelander
Jax - Trendy and much more of a nickname to me
Jackson, Jacob, Jacoby, Jake, Jamal, James, Jameson, Jaron, Jason, Jasper, Javier, Jefferson, Jeffrey, Jensen, Jesse, Joaquin, Joel, John, Jonah, Jonas, Jonathan, Jordan, Joseph, Joshua, Josiah, Judah, Jude, Julian, Justin
Harry was already dropped so Isaac wins!
NEW LIST: Adrien, Alan, Alden, Ansel, Avi, Ayden, Bentley, Blaine, Bradlee, Brent, Bronson, Brooks, Bryce, Callen, Cassian, Chandler, Christian, Cody, Conan, Darius, Dean, Dennis, Devon, Dillon, Donovan, Eduardo, Enoch, Flynn, Foster, Gareth, George, Gibson, Graeme, Harlan, Henley, Hezekiah, Holden, Jack, Jericho, John, Johnny, Kent, Knox, Lee, Leland, Lennon, Lukas, Mason, Maverick, Maximiliano, Merrick, Micah, Moses, Mylo, Nolan, Paxton, Perry, Rafael, Remi, Rhett, Royce, Ryker, Santino, Shea, Simon, Sky, Sterling, Stone, Teo, Van, Waylon, Zaiden, Zayne
12. Taylor - Too 90s.
11. Nadia - Ugly sound to me.
10. Eboni - Not a fan of the name or the spelling.
9. Avery - Boring and overused.
8. Gia - Something about it rubs me the wrong way.
7. Yvette - Pretty but too French maid.
6. Harper - Would like it much more if it hadn't jumped so much in popularity. Will be forever associated with this era.
5. Kai - I like that it feels like a true unisex name (I don't picture on one sex only) and it's a nice sound.
4. Indra - Also unfamiliar but I like it.
3. Quiana - Unfamiliar to me but cool look and I'm partial to odd letter names (Q,X,Z).
2. Maya - Pretty and soft.
1. Petra - Super cool quality. Unusual but still familiar.
 Most Popular Boys Names for Each Letter (Part 2): Noah, Oliver, Parker, Quinn, Ryan, Samuel, Thomas, Uriel, Vincent, William, Xavier, Yusuf, Zachary
Elizabeth > Lizabeth > Lizabeck > Lirabeck
Leonardo > Lenardo > Lenader > Benader
Drop: Mia (boring/too common), Emmaline (pretty but a little frilly)
Adela, Alaina, Alice, Athena, Catherine, Clara, Coral, Dahlia, Elsie, Esther, Gemma, Greta, Hallie, Hannah, Hazel, Irene, Ivy, Jenna, Johanna, Julia, Layla, Lea, Lilah, Lorelei, Lorraine, Lucinda, Mallory, Marigold, Martha, Mina, Moriah, Naomi, Ophelia, Rosalie, Scarlett, Shea, Sylvie, Sophie, Thalia, Veronica
Drop: Garrett, Landon (least favorites)
Clark, Elias, Isaac
Armani - Not a fan of brand names
Ace, Aries, Asa, August, Azael, Beau, Boston, Brentley, Callum, Carl, Carson, Cedric, Cian, Clement, Crew, Cruz, Daniel, Dax, Decker, Declan, Dexter, Eason, Edgar, Efraim, Finn, Fisher, Gatlin, Gilbert, Grey, Harris, Ian, Iker, Jakob, Jeremiah, Jericho, Jesiah, Johnpaul, Judson, Keaton, Kellan, Knox, Koda, Kolton, Kristian, Langston, Leif, Lennox, Leonardo, Lochlan, Magnus, Mario, Mateo, McCoy, Memphis, Myles, Neil, Nestor, Nixon, Omari, Otis, Parker, Phelan, Revel, Russell, Sanders, Santos, Shawn, Shepard, Silas, Skylar, Slade, Solomon, Tadeo, Tatum, Terrell, Theo, Tony, Trenton, Uriel, Vihaan, Wells, Yael, Yousef
Jayden - Not my taste and seems only suited for kids
Jackson, Jacob, Jacoby, Jake, Jamal, James, Jameson, Jaron, Jason, Jasper, Javier, Jax, Jefferson, Jeffrey, Jensen, Jesse, Jett, Joaquin, Joel, John, Jonah, Jonas, Jonathan, Jordan, Joseph, Joshua, Josiah, Judah, Jude, Julian, Justin
Love: Everett, Keegan, Conrad
Like: Sawyer, Clay, Otis
Lose: Zach (nickname), Kingston (too trendy, not my taste), Oliver (lovely but a bit boring)
Everett, Keegan, Conrad, Sawyer, Clay, Otis, Forrest, Darwin, Lucian
Love: Xanthe, Saskia, Juliet
Like: Darby, Rafaela, Sloane
Lose: Etta (love it but it was dropped), Serena (pretty but I liked the others a bit more), Mona (I just think of [and this will date me] Who's The Boss?)
Xanthe, Saskia, Juliet, Darby, Rafaela, Sloane, Penny, Rhea, Zinnia
Nora - My grandmother (and half of my namesake)
Audrey, Aven, Brielle, Dahlia, Elle, Ellery, Ellie, Evie, Felicity, Georgia, Gloria, Isla, Jade, Joan, Jolie, Julie, Kristina, Kimber, Leila, Lillian, Lily, Macy, Olive, Piper, Rachel, River, Roxie, Sadie, Scarlett, Theodora, Valerie, Willa, Wren, Yael, Zelie
Drop: Kendra (not my taste and sounds dated), Karla (not a fan of the name or the spelling)
Adela, Alaina, Alice, Athena, Catherine, Clara, Coral, Dahlia, Emmaline, Esther, Gemma, Greta, Hallie, Hannah, Hazel, Irene, Ivy, Johanna, Julia, Layla, Lea, Liberty, Lilah, Lorelei, Lorraine, Lucinda, Mallory, Marigold, Martha, Mia, Mina, Moriah, Naomi, Ophelia, Renata, Rosalie, Scarlett, Shea, Sylvie, Sophie, Thalia, Veronica
Love: Matilda. Iona, Eloise
Like: Linden. Sophie, Lourdes
Lose: Amaya, Liberty (least favorites), Rivka (unfamiliar)
Matilda, Iona, Eloise, Linden, Sophie, Lourdes, Lavinia, Althea, Etta
13. Kennedy - Completely not my taste. I can only picture on a child.
12. Brooklyn - Same as Kennedy and also sounds just a little trashy to me.
11. Ava - OK sound but so completely overused and I associate it with teen moms in the south.
10. Harper - It would be higher if it wasn't going to be so date-stamped to the 2010s due to such a massive uptick in popularity.
9. Mia - Just kind of boring to me.
8. Emma - Sweet but too common.
7. Isabella - Can currently only picture it on a bratty child.
6. Delilah - Pretty sound but perhaps some biblical baggage.
5. Layla - Nice sound and has an artistic flair.
4. Julia - Classic.
3. Faith - Sweet and soft.
2. Charlotte - Timeless.
1. Grace - Classic and sweet but strong.
 Most Popular Boys Names for Each Letter (Part 1): Alexander, Benjamin, Carter, Daniel, Elijah, Finn, Gabriel, Henry, Isaac, James, Kayden, Liam, Mason
Drop: Anjulee (super unfamiliar and strange, cutesy spelling), Eloura (unfamiliar and spelling that seems off)
Adela, Alaina, Alice, Athena, Brynn, Catherine, Clara, Coral, Coraline, Dahlia, Emmaline, Esther, Frances, Gemma, Greta, Hallie, Hannah, Hazel, Irene, Ivy, Johanna, Julia, Karla, Layla, Lea, Liberty, Lilah, Lorelei, Lorraine, Mallory, Mariel, Marigold, Martha, Mia, Moriah, Naomi, Ophelia, Renata, Rosalie, Scarlett, Shea, Sylvie, Sophie, Thalia, Veronica
Drop: Elliott (it's a nice name but I feel like it's on every list on the forum), Evan (prefer the others)
Dean, Garrett, Harry, Isaiah, Jonah, Landon, Samuel