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I recently discovered an old book called Milledulcia: A Thousand Pleasant Things (1857), which is a collection of items from early issues of the periodical Notes and Queries (launched in 1849).
Milledulcia is made up of the Latin elements mille (meaning “thousand”) and dulcia (meaning “sweets” or “sweet things”).
The word is pretty and name-like (similar to Millicent and Dulcinea), it has a pleasant definition, and either side of it could be turned to a nickname (like Millie or Dulcie).
So here’s my question: Do you think Milledulcia might make a good baby name?
P.S. Other names I’ve spotted in N&Q: Actsapostles, Adnil, Elmadoras, Gloxinia, Louvima, Saba, Togotubuline.