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    Posted on May 12, 2017

    21 Ridiculously Clever Name Pairings For Your Future Twins

    Do right by your duo.

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    1. Cheyenne and Dakota

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    Embrace America's earliest history with beautiful names that have deep significance.

    2. Nan and Bert

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    Pay homage to the mischievous Bobbsey Twins -- the classic novels have two sets of twins, so you could always go with Freddie and Flossie if that's more your speed.

    3. Adele and Elton

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    Don't be afraid to look across musical generations (or ponds!) for inspiration.

    4. Cleo and Kate

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    They're both Royal, but with personalities that are worlds apart.

    5. Baxter and Finn

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    Hipsteresque names with just enough originality, so make sure you get those birth certificates notarized before they get too cool.

    6. Paris and London

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    They'll be fashionistas from the start.

    7. Sonia and Sandra

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    Justice will be served.

    8. Jenner and Phelps

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    Strong, sturdy monikers that are sure to go the distance.

    9. Bria and Cailyn

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    Alphabetically adjacent names can give a hint of togetherness while still keeping identities separate.

    10. Helena and Hermia

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    Though they be but little, they'll be fierce!

    11. Scarlett and Ruby

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    All red everything.

    12. Shepard and Locke

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    They'll never be stranded so long as they have each other.

    13. Carys and Calla

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    Plant your flowers with love and watch them bloom.

    14. Drake and Bruno

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    Taking inspiration from current chart-toppers will give your twins' names 24kt magic.

    15. Willow and Ivy

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    They'll be one with nature and each other.

    16. Sidney and Charlie

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    Unisex names never go out of style, and giving a nod to some of the greatest performers of all time doesn't either.

    17. Roberta and Susan

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    With their twin always by their side, they'll never have to desperately seek company.

    18. Marina and Brooke

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    Because they just seem to flow.

    19. Minnie and Paul

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    Twin cities, twin humans, whatever.

    20. Joan and Marie

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    Give them names that convey their tough and independent nature.

    21. Charleston and Lindy

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    For the pair with a toe-tappin' sense of enthusiasm and spirit.

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