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July 1st, 2015, 10:53 PM
I am having a little boy in November and we are going over our boys' list. Tiberius is a favorite of ours. We love ancient Roman names. Other names we are considering include Augustus, Magnus and...
Brian seems more timeless to me.
I don't think she is a troll. I get the impression that she isn't aware of the controversy behind Cohen, or perhaps she isn't concerned about it.
So we discovered that my little one due this November is a boy and so we are trying to add names to our boys' list. We tend to like names that are uncommon or underused, but not unheard of. My...
Coen would be far less controversial.
Wesley seems like an overall cooler and more usable name, while Walter seems kind of nerdy sounding to me. But on the other hand my main association with Walter is Tom Hank's character in The Money...
Lol that is my dad's name!
June 29th, 2015, 05:25 PM
I pronounce them differently. Jaisey I pronounced with a z. Rhymes with Daisy.
Jaycie I pronounced with an S sound. Rhymes with Stacey.
Personally I would spell it Jacey.
I prefer Loo-see-ah, but tend to pronounce it Loo-shah. I dislike loo-chee-ah.
One of my all time favorites. Lovely, feminine and quirky. Underused and whimsical.
I also like Arabella. It's pretty and classy sounding. Oddly enough, it is the only Bella...
I voted for Hazel because I prefer it as a first name over Emery.
I never in a million years would have guessed that Lynnan was meant to be pronounced as Lennon. It doesn't even make sense.
My favorite L names:
Genevieve by a long shot. It's classic, beautiful, underused and has great nickname potential.
It's a top contender for my bun in the oven, so obviously I love it.
Everly is sweet and...
June 19th, 2015, 12:09 PM
Cyrus was on our list for our son. So obviously I am a fan. And although William (aswell as Liam) is handsome and classic it's so overused where I live it lost its appeal for me.
I always thought Mila could be pronounced either way. *shrug* But I would think Mee-la would be the most commonly used one.
I live in Canada and Clara is most commonly pronounced Clair-uh here.
Ditto. All the names together are overkill. Mind you it's not the end of the world if you really love it.
Genevieve is one of favorite names and a top contender for my next if it's a girl. Love it.
Genevieve Hope is my favorite.
Maeve by a long shot. It's so sweet and pleasing to the ear.
Moira leaves me with a negative impression. Might be because of a negative association or simply because I don't like the sound of...
Raven is one of my favorites. We would probably use it as a middle ourselves though. I love nature names and ravens are beautiful intelligent creatures. I don't consider it to be a dark at all and...
I am Canadian, so I really had to think what the connection was. haha
I think it would be fine.
Tatum - I've always had a soft spot for Tatum. It has fun nn potential and is uncommon.
Margo - This has grown on me recently.
River - I love nature names, this one included. How about names...
Eviana doesn't make me think of the water.
Felicity got my vote. Underused, pretty and has a lovely meaning. Felicity Louise is my pick.
I like nature names so Sage got my vote. Jane was a close second.
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