May. 24th, 2007

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There is a competition over here (Australia) that asks for your favourite ORIGIONAL baby names. I don't know many, so do any of you have some favourite origional baby names to give me some ideas? Maybe some with nice meanings?

hiya ;)

May. 24th, 2007 04:45 pm
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What do you think of the name Darienne for a girl? Someone with that name came into the office and it was a woment. The only other way Ive seen it spelled is Darian or soemthing like that. and it was a boy.


May. 24th, 2007 06:32 pm
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What's your take on Beckett? Too surname-y?
I've been reading this play with my friend, and the playwright's last name is Beckett, and I figured that was pretty nice.

What do you think?
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I've been lurking for a while and thought I should contribute something. My name is Lori (because it was the seventies and my mom liked it); middle name Anne (after my great grandmother, Monnie Anne - who's husband was named Moxley:) If I had been a boy, I would be a Matthew Ryan (I have a cousin Ryan Matthew, strangely enough). Anyway, I work with kids  (10-17 yrs) and today I made a list of names...names that caught my attention for one reason or another. They are either first names or first and middle names. Enjoy....or not....:)


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What are a few name suggestions that Lori/Laurie could be a nickname for?
[identity profile] a boy.  Frank is a family name and every first born son is named "Frank".  

Her list:
Frank Connor
Frank Brennen
Frank Austin
Frank Remington
Frank Rohen
Frank Declan
Frank Josiah
Frank Levi
Frank Bryson
Frank Parker

His list:
Frank Espen

I prefer Frank Austin, Frank Rohen (since she got the spelling and name from me and my last pregnancy), and Frank Espen (as utterly ashamed as I am to admit that.  Despite the connatation, Espen is a cute name within itself).
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