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[Powderworks] NMOC kitten names

Sharon Nearhoof May nearhoofmay@cox.net
Fri, 18 Jul 2003 09:20:16 -0700

You could name one Bedlam from Bedlam Bridge.  I think bedlam describes the
chaos and widespread destruction of a new kitten!   Maybe Burma for the
other one (keeping the BSM connection)?

I'm fairly religious, so I've got 'Goodness' and 'Mercy' from Psalm 23 --
'Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life and I
will dwell in the house of the Lord forever."

Peace -- 
Arizona, USA

> At 07:39 AM 7/18/03 -0400, bmounier@sympatico.ca wrote:
>> All right creative people, try this one:
>> I've got a pair of new kittens, brothers, white and striped (one grey, one
>> tan) and I've got to name them.  For the first time in my life I'm
>> stumped!! My older cat is called Circe. I can't decide what to name these
>> guys. It needs to be short, evocative and aesthetically pleasing.
>> I wanted to call them Diego and Frieda but they're both males. I thought
>> of oily names, like Diesel and Dust (doesn't sound good, try calling Dust!
>> Dust!), Truganini and Namatjira (too long). I once called a cat Tom
>> Bombadil so Tolkien is out. Hiroshima and Nagasaki, although appropriate
>> in devastation are too disrespectful.  Charybdis and Scylla are not
>> exactly easy to call. I'm ready for a little help from my friends. Places
>> in Oz? Oily references?  Mythology? Foreign names? Authors? Famous brothers?
>> Looking forward to your suggestion on this critical issue.
>> Cheers
>> Brigitte
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