Elektra Seraphina “Ellie”
Jemima Dundas (Claudia, Nora)
Maddox Lee (Ava)
Margot Silvia Guinevere (Adelaide)
Rosalie Pearl (Charlotte, Isabella)
Sass Winnie (Lucia, Ari, Pippen)
Temperance Sienna Indigo (Ryan-Jay, Memphis)
Winter Laine (Sullivan)
Cormac Gabriel (Susanna)
Davide Alfredo John (Amelia)
Oscar Craig Tiger
Raymond Rui Cao (Jacqueline)
Reeve Madsen (Chaye)
River James (Freya, Luca)
Sandy Thomas Frankland (Jack, Charlie)
Ward Clancey (Jay, Reid)
Zak Frangos (Max, Mia)
Most popular names this week
(Picture shows Tannar Ware of Waratah building a snowman during a recent cold snap in Tasmania; photo from the Hobart Mercury)
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Sass?!! Wow. That’s one I haven’t seen before.
Uga is funny to me because it is the abbreviation for University of Georgia and Uga is what they call their mascot. He’s a bulldog.
Love Neve & Reeve.
Now when YOU haven’t seen a name, I know it’s very very rare! 🙂
Uga is a South African name; there’s a director called Uga Carlini.
I don’t know anything more about it though.
Neve and Reeve could have been another headline … there were a lot of possibilities with this one. Dusty and Sandy also occurred to me, and so did Sass and Rafi.
I know a little girl named Sass, but I believe it’s short for Sassafras (bit much for my taste).
That’s really interesting, because I’ve only seen Sassafras used as a name once, and it was in a birth notice a few years ago. It’s not the same girl, is it????
Could be! She’s probably about four now. Do you remember where the birth notice was from? Not that it would help in finding it, but Sass has a little brother who’s named something like Neko or Micah… can’t remember exactly. And her parents also refer to her as Sassa which is pretty cute.
I’m afraid I don’t recall – it would have been from the east coast though. I usually have a good memory for dates, but I can’t quite remember if it was 4 or 5 years ago. I do remember it was winter though, if that’s any help.
Weirdly enough, I was talking to a friend who lives in Sydney today, and I asked her if she’d ever heard of anyone called Sassafras (not expecting that she would have), and she said there is a little girl at her son’s primary school called Sassafras, nn Sassy! Maybe it’s more common that I think …
She’s is from my hometown near Melbourne….. could well be the same one! How funny that your friend knew another one. When it rains it pours huh!
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Wow! I adore Elektra Seraphina, Margot Silvia Guinevere, Harriet Millicent and Sandy Thomas Frankland. It’s also nice to see Winter, Temperance and Reeve.
Margot Amelia was very popular in the last round of voting, so it will be interesting to see if people are just as keen on Margot Silvia Guinevere – which is very elegant.