Dav!er (pronounced DAH-vee-ay. Oh my goodness, the most pretentious thing I’ve ever seen. I was trying to decide if it was DAVE-yer, DAH-vee-ay, or a typo of Xavier, and it’s really DAH-vee-ay. In her defense–yeah, it was a girl–that’s how it’d be said in French, but no Frenchman would name his daughter Davier. :/)
Mathilde (I got all nostalgic with this one–my best friend’s mom was named Mathilde. I like it much more than Matilda!)
And that’s it for the exciting ones. That I remember, anyway. I’ve been hearing Agatha quite a lot on girls my age, too, though, which rather intrigues me. Was it a lot more popular in the 80s than I thought it was?
Tristen Ann and Tegan Allon
Madeline Noelle (prn -lynn. Ugh.) and Olivia
Madeleine (prn unknown…) and Sofia
Nyah (assuming it’s like Mya but with an N, but that spelling looks like a sound a cat makes :/)