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I like names that are different but not crazy. I have two boys named Quinn and Zaiden. Some of the names I am considering are: Vonney, Vonet, Ledgin, Chezney, Chainey, Sienna, Harlo, Larkin and Ximone.
Any thoughts on the above names?
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replied February 25th, 2009
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You've got 'different,' but I'm afraid those are rather crazy.

Chainey should be chained up somewhere and never used. Misspelled vice-presidents don't make good names for girls. Harlo might remind some people of Jean Harlow, to whom Margot Asquith said of her name: 'No, Jean, the T is silent, like in Harlow,' but you'd be better off naming your daughter Jean.
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replied March 2nd, 2009
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i like them all but i like diffrent names as well. we have a list of names that are diffrent.. i love the following and most are on my list... Brook-Lynn, Ainslie, Lakota, Lavender, Aspen, Cadense, Serinity, Cayleigh, Cheyanne, those are the girls i only have 2 for a boy Atreyu Landon and Ambic Lyon
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replied May 8th, 2009
I dont LOVE any of them except for Sienna but i also like:
Beatrix
Burdett
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replied May 11th, 2009
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Brooklynn, Ainslie, Aspen, Serenity, Cayleigh and Cheyanne are 'different?' Are you only referring to the 'creative' spelling or does 'different' now mean 'the very same thing everyone else is doing?'
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replied June 25th, 2009
Jamieson
Leyton
Violet
Summer
Pearl
Addison
Charmaine
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replied June 25th, 2009
Retro is the way to go. I knew 12 girls named Susan when I was younger. I bet if you named your kid Susan she would be the only one in her class.
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replied July 10th, 2009
I dont really like any of those names!! My first born daughters name is Kenna Deane. I love the name Kenna i think it is "different" and Deane is my middle name and it was my grandfathers mothers name.
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replied July 13th, 2009
My name isn't too different, I don't think.. but whenever I meet anyone new the say that it's very unique. It's Keely..idk if you like it, or if it helps at all, but it's an idea haha.
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replied July 14th, 2009
I like the names Summer, Jasmine, Shiloh, Myri, and Lucy. Most of them are not very common or sound different, but they aren't too crazy.
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replied July 15th, 2009
Well sorry I don't like any of those names either! For some reason most of the females in my family have very unique names. Here are some of them: Janessa, Jaminette, Nadine Janell, Jazzlyn, Jaymarie, Leanna! Well good luck with finding a name u really like! Just remember this is something that will stick with her forever!
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replied July 15th, 2009
I'm not fond of any of those names, but I do have a favorite of mine: Charlotte-Rose Berry
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replied August 8th, 2009
Xia! It has to be Xia. Smile

Quinn, Zaiden and Xia -- perfect trio!
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