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♡ I'm actually a virgin Due June 9; 1 child; Oregon 18466 posts
12th Feb '13

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Gir is a Slytherin TTC since May 2012; 3 kids; Iowa 3307 posts
12th Feb '13

I think its nice.
Not my style



The original spelling for Vaida is Veda and its hardly been used since the 1960s
Vivian is ranked 153 so still not that popular

I'm actually a virgin Due June 9; 1 child; Oregon 18466 posts
12th Feb '13

I have heard Vaida a LOT! on here especially!
And I live the 'aid' my son is Jaidis

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11952 posts
12th Feb '13

How the hell do you even say that. God what the hell is happening to people today! Freaking naming their kids all kinds of crazy ass shit. I was helping DD go through her valentines from school and I could only pronounce 3 of the 23 names and that includes her's. I feel for my sister being a teacher I tell you what.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55982 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting I'm actually a virgin:" I'm having the hardest time naming this baby! We both loved Vaida Cecily and Vivian Estelle, but I'm ... [snip!] ... Heard Vivian a lot :/ What are your th oughts on Azalea Estelle I want lea incorporated somewhere for my great grandmother."


First thing that comes to mind is a flower. Lea, doesn't come to mind in that at all. Not in the proper pronounciation of that name.



I am not honestly a fan of Azalea as a name but, it is different for sure.

I'm actually a virgin Due June 9; 1 child; Oregon 18466 posts
12th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting 1inpink2inblue:</b>" How the hell do you even say that. God what the hell is happening to people today! Freaking naming their ... [snip!] ... and I could only pronounce 3 of the 23 names and that includes her's. I feel for my sister being a teacher I tell you what."</blockquote>




Your sister will survive. Azalea is the name of a flower.

Gir is a Slytherin TTC since May 2012; 3 kids; Iowa 3307 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting I'm actually a virgin:" I have heard Vaida a LOT! on here especially! And I live the 'aid' my son is Jaidis"


Then maybe you hear it on repeat, cuz its been in the OVER 1000 since the 60s

I'm actually a virgin Due June 9; 1 child; Oregon 18466 posts
12th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Gir is a Slytherin:</b>" Then maybe you hear it on repeat, cuz its been in the OVER 1000 since the 60s"</blockquote>




Or maybe it's just getting popular again!

Gir is a Slytherin TTC since May 2012; 3 kids; Iowa 3307 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting I'm actually a virgin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Gir is a Slytherin:</b>" Then maybe you hear it on repeat, ... [snip!] ... it on repeat, cuz its been in the OVER 1000 since the 60s"</blockquote> Or maybe it's just getting popular again!"


Won't know until the 2012 SS name list comes out on Mother's Day.
But on BTN it still didnt make it over 1000 for 2011.

Redneck Mamma North Carolina 8746 posts
12th Feb '13

Azalea is a flower I dont think it works as a name.

Gir is a Slytherin TTC since May 2012; 3 kids; Iowa 3307 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting redneck mamma:" Azalea is a flower I dont think it works as a name."


Its a better name then 90% of the shit I see on this site, or irl for that matter. Its also spelled properly, so thats another plus.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55982 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting I'm actually a virgin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Gir is a Slytherin:</b>" Then maybe you hear it on repeat, ... [snip!] ... it on repeat, cuz its been in the OVER 1000 since the 60s"</blockquote> Or maybe it's just getting popular again!"


I have noticed that name trends vary on region. In AZ where my girls were born, Victoria was pretty popular (of course I didn't learn this until my daughter was 2). Here in MT, I haven't met another in her age group.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55982 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting Gir is a Slytherin:" Its a better name then 90% of the shit I see on this site, or irl for that matter. Its also spelled properly, so thats another plus."


No argument here!!! lol

Gir is a Slytherin TTC since May 2012; 3 kids; Iowa 3307 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting Not tellin:" I have noticed that name trends vary on region. In AZ where my girls were born, Victoria was pretty ... [snip!] ... pretty popular (of course I didn't learn this until my daughter was 2). Here in MT, I haven't met another in her age group. "


Well, as a whole, in the US. Veda/Vaida/Vada has not peaked over 1000 since the 60s.
So it would hardly constitute as popular when compared to a name like Emma or Olivia

I'm actually a virgin Due June 9; 1 child; Oregon 18466 posts
12th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Not tellin:</b>" I have noticed that name trends vary on region. In AZ where my girls were born, Victoria was pretty ... [snip!] ... pretty popular (of course I didn't learn this until my daughter was 2). Here in MT, I haven't met another in her age group. "</blockquote>




I adore Vivian Estelle! I just don't want something popular.