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#1 JennLovingLife

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 03:21 PM

So, I thought you all might like this survey about your baby naming style.

I thought we could all take it and then post the results here when we finish and talk about whether we agree or disagree about the outcome!

Enjoy!

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#2 JennLovingLife

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 03:24 PM

This is what my results were:



You answered 6 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 60%.
The Egalitarian Namer.
You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.

This fits me very much, as I do tend to lean toward a name that just strikes my fancy!
I wouldn't care about the fashion trend, if I like the name, who cares!
I am pretty much in the middle, as it says!



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Posted 22 September 2009 - 04:10 PM

You answered 7 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 70%. The Trendy Namer. A trendy name might be a popular name or a new variation on an old name. Names that might also fill out this category would be names of current media stars and political personalities. Examples of these names would be: Calista, Jada, Leonardo, Ewan. These unusual names are often harder to pronounce or spell.


I guess it's kinda true. I like trendy names, but I also like other names, like traditional names too. Really anything lol. Depends on the gender XP

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 04:28 PM

You answered 3 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 30%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.

I think that is right, as I know I like names that others think are horrible e.g. Agatha.

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 05:03 PM

You answered 3 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 30%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.


Huh. Never really thought about it!


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Posted 22 September 2009 - 05:07 PM

You answered 3 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 30%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.

My results seem right to me---I love some unique names and some traditional names...


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Posted 22 September 2009 - 07:33 PM

You answered 3 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 30%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.


I agree with this for the most part.

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 07:43 PM

My results are:

You answered 4 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 40%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 08:24 AM

You answered 3 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 30%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.


Yes, I guess it fits me. I don't care of following a trend or popularity, I choose each name individually for various reasons!

#10 Jessica J

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 08:46 AM

This is me :P

You answered 2 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 20%. The Traditional Namer. Names in this category tend to be names that you know and hear often, but are not necessarily popular names. Examples would be: Jennifer, Jessica, Michael, Benjamin. These names are usually hard to mispronounce or misspell.

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 08:52 AM

I guess this is kinda true but I dont like Jennifer and I love names like Symphony, Siloama, Emerald, Diamond, and the meaning of the name is more important than anything. My son's name is really popular now and I really hate that. One of my favorite names is Isabella but I won't use it because it is popular. I love names like Benjamin, Alexander,Noah, Vivienne, Aurora, Audrey, Emmeline, and Ava...classic and timeless.

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 05:54 PM

You answered 9 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 90%. The Trendy Namer. A trendy name might be a popular name or a new variation on an old name. Names that might also fill out this category would be names of current media stars and political personalities. Examples of these names would be: Calista, Jada, Leonardo, Ewan. These unusual names are often harder to pronounce or spell.

I coulda told you that! I totally believe it :)

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 06:15 PM

You answered 2 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 20%. The Traditional Namer. Names in this category tend to be names that you know and hear often, but are not necessarily popular names. Examples would be: Jennifer, Jessica, Michael, Benjamin. These names are usually hard to mispronounce or misspell.


Yeah I can see that!

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 07:50 PM



Your score is 70%. The Trendy Namer. A trendy name might be a popular name or a new variation on an old name. Names that might also fill out this category would be names of current media stars and political personalities. Examples of these names would be: Calista, Jada, Leonardo, Ewan. These unusual names are often harder to pronounce or spell.



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Posted 23 September 2009 - 11:26 PM

You answered 3 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 30%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.

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Posted 24 September 2009 - 01:30 PM

You answered 4 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 40%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.


I guess this is me...I like some traditional names but names that aren't common and many might see as out of date. But I'm not a fan of trendy names either so of the three possible styles this one would fit me best. But I think their are many more different styles than just trendy, egalitarian and traditional.

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Posted 24 September 2009 - 02:49 PM

This was my result of the survey
You answered 7 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 70%. The Trendy Namer. A trendy name might be a popular name or a new variation on an old name. Names that might also fill out this category would be names of current media stars and political personalities. Examples of these names would be: Calista, Jada, Leonardo, Ewan. These unusual names are often harder to pronounce or spell.

So true![/b]

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Posted 24 September 2009 - 04:07 PM

you answered 6 items out of 10

your score is 60%, the egalitarian namer, you could go either way, the name that stirkes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or traditions

i had this up above which i oddly think is totally tru about me!


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Posted 25 September 2009 - 07:55 PM


You answered 3 items out of 10 Yes.

Your score is 30%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.


You know me, so this is totally true.

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Posted 26 September 2009 - 02:30 PM

Your score is 50%. The Egalitarian Namer. You could go either way. The name that strikes your fancy will be hand picked for your baby, without real regard to the fashion trends for names or tradition.

Yeah that seems about right :)





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