for a girl I like Corrine or Corinne. and for boy I like the name Bradford. good luck!

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Boy: Keylin <br />
Karlton<br />
Kendrick<br />
Carlton<br />
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Girl: Shantel <br />
Shelly<br />
Amanda<br />
Lilly<br />
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Hope these help a little .....

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"Amy". I've always superliked the name. It's easy to spell & pronounce, reducing frustrations later in her life (of misspellings & mispronunciations, which can be super-irritating after years and years of telling people how to pronounce "Kyiisha'ni Watikuk" for instance). It's very very classy. It's very elegant and unassuming. It means "Beloved", from the Latin "Amore" (to love). It's a very desirable name, from a very upper-class intellectual ancient language (word origin). <br />
Another name I really like is Elizabeth, but don't let people shorten it. <br />
Or pair the two.<br />
Try googling Baby Names. There are some really great sites which will help you find names by meanings, by fashion, by word origin, and other categories. <br />
Phoenix and Onyx I obviously really click with, since the second syllable is "nix/nyx" and my name is Nyx (goddess of the night... my parents were pretty cool to name me that, though it's a bit weird).

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Smeagol. Horseradish. Glottal stop. Hossenfeffer. Jahhhhn.

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The Z names are mine! Lol, there are a lot of cool names in the Bible that are super unique. Look through name lists, and pay special attention to the later letters in the alphabet. W X Y and...well, like I said Z is mine. Some of my faves are Rowan, Asher, Wyatt, Azezel, Xavian.

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Hazle, Piper, Annabeth <br />
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Percius, Themistocles < legit my philosophy teacher's name Dean, Leo, Hain,

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Tuuli for girl. Probably the prettiest name i've ever heard

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She should name the child Heinrick.

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Maynard for a guy.

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I've always loved Heloise as a girls name.

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