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Some multi syllable first names sound like words or phrases. Using the clues can you figure out what first name fits?

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Some multi syllable first names sound like words or phrases. Using the clues provided can you figure out what first name fits?
e.g. Ernie's uncooked friend would be Robert (Raw Bert).
The hint gives the gender most often associated with the name.

1) Da daughter of da brother is ____.
2) What the studio does after Mr. Majors finishes filming for them.
3) A group of adult males interested in automobiles.
4) The male child of pro golfer Mr. Nicklaus
5) What the other kids called the quiet intervened girl from Green Gables.

posted Aug 31, 2015 by Aman

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1) Justin (Just in)
2) Andrew (Anne drew)
3) Bridget (Bridge it)
4) Aubrey (Ah, brie)
5) Aaron/Erin (Air in)

answer Sep 23, 2015 by Amarvansh



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