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I like Paylee - i went to school with a girl of that name and i thought it was a very unusual, pretty name. Another unusual name of someone i went to school with is Brecquelyn (BRECK-LIN). I thought that was interesting.
some others i like are
Is Jemima pronounced like aunt jemima the syrup? if so, i don't care for it because it just makes me hungry for pancakes..... no offense :-)
There's a girl at my dance studio named Kiana. I just think that's beautiful. Of course, she herself looks like a little porcelain doll so that probably helps. And yes, Jemima is sounded like the syrup and I agree. It just makes me hungry.
Thank you Chelsea (marriedc) for my beautiful siggy
Originally posted by Kay_S@Sep 30 2005, 02:20 AM I think you've lost me there. Is this a US thing? Im Aussie.
aunt jemima is a type of pancake mix and syrup here in the US - possibly the most popular kind. there "spokesperson" is a large black woman in a red dress, white apron and hankerchief (sp?) on her head - so, in the US if you say Jemima, most people with think of aunt jemima.
All pretty unique combinations. Any more you guys can think of? I guess they beat Carly, Chloe, Kelly, Kiara, Clea, Kate, Kaylee, Kristy, Kylie, Courtney, Candy, Kyra, Kita, Kara etc all of which I am finding a little bit 'stale'.
Originally posted by Carliegirl@Oct 7 2005, 10:17 AM And just to add weight to your case...I live in the U.S., I know about Aunt Jemima syrup and I STILL love the name. I think its a matter of taste. I love that it means "dove."
LOL - matter of "taste"
sorry, just feeling silly today
Just wanted to give a little input about one of the names on the list. Marcella, I was named this by my mother and I do not use this name other than for filling out official paperwork. I go by Marcie, I am also finding this to be a more common name as of recently. I personally favor names from the Aurthurian Era. IE: Gwenevire, Alexander, Avalon, Morgane. I also like the name Talia for a girl.