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I agree that a lot of the names on that list are off the mark! On my personal faves list are Agatha, Beatrice, Eleanor, & Josephine. One of my best friends (28 yrs old) is Rose (short for the even more uncommon Rosemary), my boyfriend's cousin who is also our age is Marjorie and often goes by Marge or Margie, and I know two little girls named Ruth & Gretchen!
Another oldie but goodie that I am absolutly in love with is Blythe and I think it flows beautifully with so many names as a middle name, too!
I chose 5 sibs:
B, 70s: William Timothy
B, 10s: Charles Lawrence
G, 1880s: Alice Cora
B, 80s: James Zachary
B, 60s: Thomas Matthew
I played that the first name had to be chosen from the top 10 of that decade and mn had to be top 50... made for few choices bc so many were the same decade after decade for top 10! haha
Hilarious! I so call the Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta set!
My godsons call me Auntie Kiki, since it's easier to pronounce than my given name. Later I found out when I was nannying for a French & German family that this doesn't translate too well to the French, as it turns out KiKi is slang for lady parts... Lets just say we had a big laugh, but the boys still call me Auntie Kiki! Lol
Maeve Willa (Maeve)
Corrine Eloise (Cora)
Aurora Elise (Lisie)
Tallulah Blythe (Lulu)
Isla Delphine (Isla)
Evelyn Jane (Evie)
Emmett Wyeth (Em)
Miles Timothy (Milo)
Jedidiah Graham (Jed)
love that you have Delphine on your list! It's my grandma's name, and I'd love to use it as a mn to honor her (or Eloise, as Louise & Lois are mns for about 5 generations running in my fam)
Category: Unusual One Syllable:
Qian, Wade, Emme, Rue, Thad, Yael, Ulle, Isle, Om, Phin, Ace, Slaide, Drake, Flyte, Graeme, Hale, Jeb, Knute, Leith, Zane, Xi, Colt, Viv, Bodh, Noam, Mick.