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Back To vs. Square One

Hey! We had originally decided on the name Cleo however my brother-in-law and his wife just welcomed a baby girl and named her Cleo Penelope. We are now back to square one but can’t agree on anything! Do you have any suggestions? Thanks and congratulations to all the other expecting mommas!

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If it’s a girl, how about Chloe? :)
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:05:30 | report
Annalise
Clara
Chloe
Zoe
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:08:40 | report
There is just something about the sound or look of Chloe that we just really hate, sorry! We like Clara but not completely in love with it like we were with Cleo. Since we are very close with my brother-in-law we’d like to make sure the name sounds nothing or looks nothing like Cleo since we don’t want anything to be confusing
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:10:20 | report
I know two lovely girls named Cloh and Kyloh. I think the names are simple in a non simple way (if you know what I mean) and they’re beautiful.
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:15:32 | report
Cloh and Kyloh look way too complicated (to be honest, I’m not really sure how to say them) and they just look too close to Cleo. We want something that sounds nothing like Cleo at all; we would really prefer something that doesn’t even start with C or K
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:18:58 | report
Greek names
Karis
Alexia
Athena
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:21:11 | report
Sorry didn’t see no K names until after I posted.
Also there is Xena
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:22:26 | report
I know you probably won’t use these names after what you just said but for future reference they are pronounced K-loh. Just as if you were to say the word low. Just at a K in the beginning. And Kyloh is Kie-Loh. Ky at in the sound in kite and then again just as if you were to say the word low.
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:23:26 | report
We kind of like Athena but we aren’t loving it, sorry! The names don’t have to be related to Cleo in any way at all; we are just looking for any suggestions! Our only "restrictions" is that we do not want to be close to Cleo at all (such as not starting with C or K, preferably) and we do not want unisex names
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:24:46 | report
I sort of assumed Cloh was K-low (was not sure on Kyloh though) but just wasn’t sure. But yeah, since we are very close with my brother-in-law (and actually live very close to them too) we do not want anything similar to Cleo’s name at all
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:26:04 | report
Is it okay if the C makes an S sound like Cecelia?
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:28:10 | report
Many people dislike the name Polly but I simply love it. Just another name suggestion :) Good luck!
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:29:22 | report
Yes, "S" sounded C names would be fine (wow, that’s confusing!) we just don’t want that hard "K" sound. We actually have a dog named Molly so Polly would probably be a bit strange to use!
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:32:58 | report
Stella
Cece
Bliss
Faith
Salem
Margaret
Meredith
Amelia (my favorite!)
Penny
Brynleigh
Marcella
Azalea
Leah
Aleah
Lyla
Myla
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:38:53 | report
Layla
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:39:47 | report
We like Amelia and Lila/Lilah a lot!
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:40:47 | report
Adele
Thea
Daphne
Astrid
Odette
Rena
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:42:13 | report
We like Adele, Thea, and Astrid a lot!
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:43:13 | report
Aspen
Meadow
Winter
Summer
Willow
Raine

I know some people aren’t to crazy about these sort of names but I thought I’d put them out there anyways.
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:45:45 | report
We like Willow a lot! The others are a little too weird for us, sorry!
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:46:54 | report
Anastasia
Guinevere
Genevieve
Alice
Tanith
Harper
Rose
Sage
Delilah
Delaney
Iris
Vera
Ada
Arwen
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:51:27 | report
We like Genevieve, Alice, Rose, Delilah, Vera, and Ada a lot!
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:53:20 | report
Do you like Desiree?
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 21:57:31 | report
We don’t like the sound or look of Desiree, sorry!
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 21:58:51 | report
Geneva
Estella
Lyra (Leer-uh or Lie-ruh)
Kyla
Lilia
Lydia
Sophia
Emilia (Emily with an A)
Aria
Ariana
Zoey
Kristen
Anneliese
Jett
Emersyn
Emberlyn
Anberlin
Alessana
Alessandra
Nora
Marlee
Paisley
Presley
Avalon
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 22:04:32 | report
We like Lilia, Lydia, Aria, and Alessandra a lot! Please remember one of the few things we do not want is unisex names
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 22:05:58 | report
Oh my bad. Sorry. But isn’t Cleo a unisex name?
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 22:08:41 | report
If you don’t mind my asking, do you have a middle name in mind?
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 22:12:22 | report
As far as our research goes, Cleo is not a unisex name. We’re still up in the air about a middle name; we know it will be after an important female figure to us but we’re not sure about the actual name at this point
posted by guest: Poll Poster :: 2013-10-15 22:20:52 | report
Tara or Tessa
posted by guest :: 2013-10-15 22:54:56 | report
Isla
India
Jenna
Gemma
Avalon
posted by guest :: 2013-10-16 02:38:48 | report

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