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Baby Name Games, Nameberry-style. Name enthusiasts, check in here for the most creative baby name games on the web.
This birth announcements thread is for all the hypothetical babies and families of Nameberry.
Do you have a wonderful combination that you just...
How to play: I will start off by posting a unique name. The next person has to say if it is classy or trashy. Then, they will post another "creative"...
The basis of this game is to change the names from the post before but keep them similar or make them a nickname. For example, Emma and could become...
I borrowed this idea from another sight; I just tweaked it a bit.
I will start by posting a name. The next person will post a name that rhymes...
This is just like the other "this or that" games, except each player chooses one set of g/g/g triplets and pne set of b/b/b triplets. After choosing...
LN: O'Reily Harvey Jameson Quill Tatum
Partner 1: Sage Taylor Cameron Devon Jordan
Partner 2: Jamie Hayden Payton Skyler Emerson
Again using the initials and genders provided by previous poster, create names, then leave new initials with their genders for the next person. Can...
CAF using the initials of my (maternal side) family. Sometimes names don’t have two initials so you can add whatever middle name you wish. Last names...
DW: Emily Abigail Lydia Damaris
DW mn: Florence Frances Violet Scarlett
DH: Peter Thomas Will Zander
DH mn: Frederick Nigel Gregory Zachary
The first person will write a name and the next poster will write whether they think the name is usable or GP only.
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