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October 24th, 2011, 07:12 PM
Merolia Merolia is offline
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Join Date: Jul 2007
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Because there are more female names that end in vowels and male names that end in consonants, I thought I'd make a game with the exceptions.

Abigail, Agnes, Aileen, Alexis, Alison, Alix, Alys, Amabel, Amber, Ann, Annabel, Anwen, Arwen, Astrid, Beatrix, Beatriz, Branwen, Bronwen, Carmen, Carol, Carolyn, Carys, Ceridwen, Clover, Crystal, Damaris, Dolores, Dorcas, Doreen, Doris, Edith, Eileen, Eleanor, Elisabeth, Elizabeth, Ellen, Elspeth, Enid, …owyn, Esther, Ethel, Evelyn, Faith, Ffion, Fleur, Flor, Frances, Gillian, Gwen, Gwendolen, Gwenllian, Harriet, Hazel, Heather, Helen, Imogen, Ingrid, Iris, Isabel, Isis, Isobel, Janet, Jean, Jennifer, Jill, Jillian, Joan, Judith, Juliet, Karen, Kathryn, Kathleen, Kirsten, Kristin, Laurel, Leonor, Lilias, Lillian, Lois, Mabel, Magdalen, Maren, Margaret, Marian, Maribel, Mariel, Marilyn, Marion, Maris, Maud, Maureen, Megan, Mercedes, Meredith, Mildred, Millicent, Mirabel, Niamh, Opal, Pearl, Rachel, Raquel, Rhian, Rhiannon, Rosabel, Rosaleen, Rosalind, Rosalyn, Rosamund, Ruth, Shannon, Sharon,Si‚n, Sibyl, Susan, Sybil, Violet, Vivian, Vivien, Winifred
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