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This is the name I heard in a store on the weekend - for a little girl, she was about the same age as DD.
I'm not sure what I think of it.
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If you like nature then raise your child with a love for nature. You don't have to name it after a tree. And if you do need to go that step than at least pick something impressive and majestic.
...I like it.
It has an appealing sound and I think it's a bit sweet.
The history of Cedar says it's a feminine name (http://www.behindthename.com/name/cedar)
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Randa&Jerm:My nephew is named Cedar. He is 2. His parents are hippies and we call him Cedar Log. I won't even tell you what his middle name is.
Now I want to know!
I had a childhood friend named Cedar. I LOVED her, so of course I have a good association with it.
I would totally MN spot Cedar. It's NMS as a FN.
Zimger:It has a bit to much crunch for my taste.
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