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Hinckley Jane vs. Hinckley Margaret vs. Hinkley Gwyneth

I’m a Christian Latter Day Saint. I don’t know if any of you are familiar with my religion, but our president, Gordon B. Hinckley, passed away about two months ago. My husband and I have thought of naming our daughter on the way, final baby number four, Hinckley after him. Do you all think that is too strange a name for a girl? Please do not be rude about it, but we are looking for honest feedback. It is pronounced HEENK-lee, if that helps at all. Thank you! - Linda and Mark Burnham, and kids (Galilee Michelle, Curtis James, and Cassidy Rose)
Which baby name is best? Also Appearing As...
 Hinckley Jane Burnham Hinckley
Hinckley Burnham
Hinckley J. Burnham
HJB
 Hinckley Margaret Burnham Hinckley
Hinckley Burnham
Hinckley M. Burnham
HMB
 Hinkley Gwyneth Burnham Hinkley
Hinkley Burnham
Hinkley G. Burnham
HGB
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Carina in Canada
Dear Genie, I need you to help me find a Greek name for a girl. I've already used Theodore and Sebastian for her siblings. But every other Greek girl's name I see is either too pretentious, hard to pronounce, or just too popular now. The only name I can picture using is Caroline, but it's not Greek!
Baby Name Genie:
The Greeks would name her Charissa Zoe. Then, they would stuff her in a wooden horse and give her to the Trojans. So, my advice would be to borrow the name but not the rest of their tactics.

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