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Last names for characters

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I’m back after a namer’s block. ugh. anyway here’s a list of sweet nicknames, although they can be used as independent names as well, I hope you like them #babynamesunique #names

I’m back after a namer’s block. ugh. anyway here’s a list of sweet nicknames, although they can be used as independent names as well, I hope you like them #babynamesunique #names

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Here are the Hottest Baby Names for 2020 | Baby Chick

We have new #1 baby names! For a long time, year after year, the top baby names have been Sophia and Jackson. But this past year, in 2019, Emma and Liam

Greek gods and other names relating to Greek mythology. Do you have a name that fits this list? Share it in the comments!

Greek gods and other names relating to Greek mythology. Do you have a name that fits this list? Share it in the comments!

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McCain's Corner: Scots-Irish Surnames; a list of families in the Scots-Irish DNA Project

The Scots-Irish DNA Project now has 761 participating families. Below is a roster of the participating families. As you can see the families are a combination of Lowland and Highland Scottish surnames with a few native Irish surnames. All these families self identify as being Scots-Irish. Most of these families participated in the 18th Century Ulster Migration to English Colonies and early Republic, or in the 19th Century Ulster migration into Canada. The majority of the Lowland Scottish…

Dark, Gothic, witchy, horror movie related names. Do you have a name that fits this list? Share it in the comments!

Dark, Gothic, witchy, horror movie related names. Do you have a name that fits this list? Share it in the comments!

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McCain's Corner: Scots-Irish Surnames; a list of families in the Scots-Irish DNA Project

The Scots-Irish DNA Project now has 761 participating families. Below is a roster of the participating families. As you can see the families are a combination of Lowland and Highland Scottish surnames with a few native Irish surnames. All these families self identify as being Scots-Irish. Most of these families participated in the 18th Century Ulster Migration to English Colonies and early Republic, or in the 19th Century Ulster migration into Canada. The majority of the Lowland Scottish…