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Rosie & Charlotte vs. Madalyn & Rebecca vs. Gwendolyn & Victoria

I am pregnant with twin girls. I have three children already Nathan, Abigail, and Benjamin. We have some names picked out, but any suggestions are welcome. Thanks!

The Top Baby Name is...

Madalyn & Rebecca

77%

Rosie & Charlotte

23%

Gwendolyn & Victoria

0%

Poll created: Jun 25, 2012
Total Votes: 13

Comments

I love Charlotte and Gwendolyn
posted by guest :: Jun 25, 2012 01:07 PM | report
I like Charlotte the best. Out of the others, I guess I would say Rebecca. I like Gwen but not Gwendolyn.
posted by GuestX :: Jun 25, 2012 01:11 PM | report
Nathan, Abigail, Benjamin, and Rebecca fit well because they are all Hebrew names. My parents chose Hebrew names for both my brother and I (we’re not Jewish or anything, my mom just loved the meanings and history behind them.) Madeline and Rebecca are great, but I prefer these spellings. What about Rebecca and Naomi, Rebecca and Rachel, Rebecca and Bethany, or Rebecca and Eliza or Elizabeth?
posted by guest :: Jun 25, 2012 01:20 PM | report
I like the names Victoria and Rebekah (prefer this spelling) off of your list. Other suggestions would be....

Rebekah & Amelia
Rebekah & Bethany*
Rebekah & Charity
Rebekah & Danielle*
Rebekah & Heather*
Rebekah & Jenna
Rebekah & Johannah
Rebekah & Jessica*
Rebekah & Julia*
Rebekah & Joelle
Rebekah & Katherine
Rebekah & Lauren
Rebekah & Michaela
Rebekah & Natalie
Rebekah & Noelle
Rebekah & Savannah
Rebekah & Samantha
Rebekah & Teresa*

*Personal top favorites.
posted by guest :: Jun 25, 2012 01:31 PM | report
Rebecca has been the classic English spelling of the name for hundreds of years. It is also the better spelling if you don’t want your daughter’s name misspelled all the time. Rebecca happens to be the older spelling used in the ancient Latin Vulgate Bible from the 4th Century. Rebecca is also the spelling used in the English Bible in the New Testament (see Romans 9:10 KJV) The original name was in the Hebrew language, which does not use English letters.
posted by guest :: Jun 25, 2012 10:26 PM | report

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