A lovely flower name, easy to spell, but rare on a child. I’m going to suggest names that avoid the Top 1000 entirely. Most of these names were given to a few dozen girls – at most – in 2020.
The second, were women who dressed coquettishly and took to the street later in the night, near theaters and casinos. This type would use selling flowers as a pretense to meet men for “immoral purposes”, and gave flowers girls a negative stereotype. From the Peacock “pictorette” Post Card Series, Figure 3 features a girl offering a flower to a gentleman outside of Westminster Abbey. Flower girls moved up and down the streets with heavy cane baskets full of flowers. A warning for anyone watching the original season for the first time in preparation — this article may contain spoilers. Seven years since the final episode of the original Gossip Girl, a brand new series will hit screens on July 8.
We chose a less common name for our second daughter, then our acquaintances used the same name as a nickname for their daughter and so now our mutual friends know two kids with the same name. Just a few anecdotes about the inability to control anyone else’s decisions on naming. It’s familiar, easy to spell and pronounce, but relatively uncommon for girls born today.
I like my unusual name, but named my kids outside of the Top 100, not the Top 1,000. One thing I might try in your shoes is to look at name data from decades past, starting four or so back. Names that fell between #20-#100 many years ago might be familiar to modern ears, but are unlikely to be names your daughter would share with classmates.
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The fourth, and final CD from the first season, is for Henrietta and Siesta which is sung by Ayako Kawasumi and Yui Horie; the third and fourth CDs were both released on September 21, 2006. The first CD for the second season is for Louise which is sung by Kugimiya. The second CD is for Henrietta which is sung by Ayako Kawasumi; the first two CDs were both released on October 10, 2007.
Circe might be turned into Circle or rhymed with hearse; Briony could be turned into Brittany. The only real child I have heard of with the name pronounces it Bree-OH-nee, to rhyme with bologna, instead of Brya-knee. My advice would be to take a look at the current popularity list and take a close look at names with between 300 and 500 uses and see which ones stand out to you. Then ask your family, friends, any teachers or children you know, the receptionist at the doctor’s office and the Starbucks barista how they would pronounce it aand how many people they know with the name. Three hundred to five hundred uses is pretty rare but still familiar and in the top 1,000. You will also want to avoid names that sound or look too similar to more populat names.