Pronounced FREY-dah. I would never use it, because I'd hate for people to call her FRED-ah.
I can't use it for personal reasons, but I think it's beautiful.
I love it, and the nickname Vixey, but people always have bad opinions on it, and I don't want that for my daughter.
This is a beautiful name, but she'd have a difficult surname to say, which ends up sounding like "Grey/Great sex" when you say it. No way I would use it after discovering that!
I think it's really pretty, but it's probably a little too weird.
I think it's really cute, but seeing as in Australia, poppy is used to describe a granddad, I don't think I could do it.
Too much of a nickname for me to use as a full name.
It's really cute, but maybe not a good name for an actual baby. I can imagine a lot of negative feedback if I asked about it on yahoo answers.
I think it's handsome, but it's also the name of the hospital wing that I've spent a lot of time in, and I think that's just be a bit weird.
Handsome, but maybe a bit too dramatic for a baby to live up to.
I love it, but it's too Lord-of-the-Ring-ish.
It's a cool name, and I would consider using it, but it also sounds like a mash-up of my partners name and his two brothers (in order of birth as well, which is worse - Steven/Ben/Aaron).
Too star-wars based; I'd hate to constantly have my childs name questioned.
I love it, but people see it as just a word, which is fair enough.
Maybe not the best to name your child after the God of Mischief.
Again, a vampire name is probably not suitable.
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