Ingrid Alexandra is my ultimate favourite combination of names. Granted, I wasn't the first to think of the stunning combo (darn you, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway! Darn you!), but I'm almost a hundred percent sure that if I ever have a daughter, this lovely combination will be somewhere in her name (preferably with an Anna in front, but I'm adaptable as long as I get Ingrid Alexandra).
I also think that Saga Caroline Rhaenys and Archibald Charles Inigo sound absolutely incredible.
Is anyone else having multiquote issues? I'm trying to respond to lots of people but don't want to annoy people with a bazillion separate reply posts. :p
I'm almost loathe to share because this is what I would like to use if we have a girl in the future, but when I was asking about names a few months back and shared this, there were a few people that really liked it: Ashra Sabine. I think it's unique and I hope to use it one day soon!
@shvibziks, I'm awed by Archibald Charles Inigo. And I don't like the name Archibald! I've been warming a bit to it lately, especially since I think Archie is cute, but that combo is amazing. "Stunning" is probably a good verbalization of my reaction.
Other Berry names that have given me a similar reaction (given to real babies or just on lists):
Rosalind Illyria Beatrice
Hawthorne, nn Hawk
From my own list, I've felt particularly good about several combos:
Crispin Isaiah (I was trying to pick the "perfect" middle for Crispin, and when I thought of Isaiah, it was everything I wanted.)
Jonas Dov (I love the wordplay in this name. Jonas sounds like Jonah; it's even used as a Greek form of Jonah in the King James New Testament; but it isn't, it's a form of John. And Jonah means "dove." And Dov looks like "dove," but it means "bear.")
Ransom Horatio (it's hard to pick a good middle for Ransom!)
James Deliverance (The long, unusual virtue middle name really makes "plain" James shine.)
Una Marguerite (Can you tell I'm fonder of boys' names? But this is one girl combo that I feel is near perfection.)
Hugo Aragorn (This one's brand-new. I'm on a quest to find the perfect first name to use if I were so daring as to put Aragorn in the middle. Hugo has come the closest to stunning me.)