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juugsailorshawty
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My favourites are:
Summer
Daisy
Yubella (my own creation lol pronounced you-bella)
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I like the aul Gaelic names. My kids will probably end up with them, ha
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Savannah, Robyn, Naomi, Erin
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(Original post by gjd800)
I like the aul Gaelic names. My kids will probably end up with them, ha
that sounds cool anything in particular?
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(Original post by Lyndsey.95)
Savannah, Robyn, Naomi, Erin
im somewhat of a fan of the name naomi lol
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(Original post by juugsailorshawty)
im somewhat of a fan of the name naomi lol
It's so pretty.
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I like names that have a lot of short versions like Elizabeth, then you can have a different name depending on the mood you're in
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Isla, Ceilidh (kaylee but it’s the Scottish version) live the name Harbour as well but can never imagine using it😌
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delilah, irene, jasmine, anna, mina, runa, amelia, maria, ophelia, hana, rose, khadija, margot, i could go on lol
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ive always loved the name cora...i love short names for girls a lot. i also like lynn as well. i’ve lately also fallen in love with the name Jude, but i know it is gender neutral so it may not count?
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I'm fond of Jess or Jessica
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I like Beatrice, coco, lorenza.
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(Original post by Mollyanne2003)
Isla, Ceilidh (kaylee but it’s the Scottish version) live the name Harbour as well but can never imagine using it😌
(Original post by gjd800)
I like the aul Gaelic names. My kids will probably end up with them, ha
On the topic of Gaelic names, I'm very much fond of Eilidh. Also quite like Emily/Emilie, either spelling is fine. I don't have a thing for E-names, just a coincidence!
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My 8 month old daughter is called Cora x
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K a r e n
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(Original post by HRobson_BMC)
On the topic of Gaelic names, I'm very much fond of Eilidh. Also quite like Emily/Emilie, either spelling is fine. I don't have a thing for E-names, just a coincidence!
I love the name Eilidh (funnily enough I was going to be either Eilidh or Aileen but then my parents somehow changed it to Molly Anne after a great grandma lol)
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I like my own name tbh, is fairly unusual and not super girly. I also like the name Renette
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I prefer Celtic names. Some of my favourites are Eilidh, Oonagh, and Aisling.
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Belenda sounds nice
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