Thoughts on This Unusual Combo?

Hypatia [name_f]Clarion[/name_f]

Being a writer, I mutter to myself a lot and I particularly mutter name combos I like. No doubt I’ll someday be on my deathbed, asking my husband which name he likes better. :slight_smile:

Anyway, I think [name_f]Hypatia[/name_f] [name_f]Clarion[/name_f] sounds regal and bell-ringing, if that makes sense.

Any thoughts?


For a book character, yes. For a real baby, no.

Well, then it’s lucky I’m past my childbearing years!


Hypatis [name_f]Clarion[/name_f] is so bold and bright

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It’s cool! I really like [name_f]Clarion[/name_f].

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I love [name_f]Clarion[/name_f] :bell: I think you introduced me to it, actually, many moons ago!

Love that it has classic sounds but feels totally original, and I also like that it balances tailored and frilly sounds perfectly.

Hypatia is certainly a magnificent, underused name, but it’s not my personal style. The sound makes me think of hepatitis and, by extension, of livers, I’m sorry to say!

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I love [name_f]Clarion[/name_f]! Sounds very regal to me. [name_f]Hypatia[/name_f] is lovely, just not my personal favourite.

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Sounds like a name for queen. I think it’s lovely.


I think it’s lovely!

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I remembered the response as worse than it was. I do hate it when people say, yeah, name your dog that, but not a real baby! Though I am no doubt guilty of that as well. :slight_smile: