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My soon to be born daughter's first name is going to be Leia. (Yes, like the Star Wars princess... Yes, I know it's a bit odd but it is very important to my husband and I don't have a problem with it...
I wanted to name my daughter this too, but it was vetoed by DH. He said it reminded him too much of Vienna Sausage. Now I can't shake that image either.
I like Xavier, pronouned ex-avier. And its quite possible your having pre-naming jitters. Trust me, with my first, we picked out Lily well before she was born, and then I had a panic attack about...
January 17th, 2013, 08:43 PM
I agree with Tessa Jewel. With you last name I would stay away from any more s or z sounds, like in Elizabeth. And Tessa ends in a, Abigail starts with an a, and that is usually considered a no-no...
pronouned "dee-ah" I hope. In which case go with Deeanna. I wouldn't pronounce it "Dye-ah" or go with something short for Diane or Diana, because I can foresee diarhea teasing.
January 16th, 2013, 03:23 PM
Don't get me wrong, I know Emrys was Merlin's other name, and thus has been given to men in the past, but for me, Emrys reminds me of the flower Amaryllis, and I know several toddler girls named...
Charles "Charlie" Hugo
Charles "Charlie" Conrad
January 15th, 2013, 02:02 PM
Amias- don't care for, will be mispronounced too often
Caius- Like very much, very strong and masculine
Caian- agree that Caius is better, here there will be mispronunciation
Emrys- way too girly...
January 15th, 2013, 01:55 PM
Please don't name your child Adelaide Cox. Invariably, Ade will be cut off her name around age 14, and she will be mercilessly teased when the words laid and cocks are so close together. And sexual...
January 15th, 2013, 01:46 PM
Remind your finance, who seems very literary, that Luna Lovegood was referred to as Loony Lovegood, and so to would your child be teased and called Loony.
That said, you like the name Elowen. ...
I actually think Penelope Pearl sounds way cute! Alliteration is not a bad thing is it flows, and that does IMO.
Whatever you choose, it should three or four syllables to flow with the one...
January 15th, 2013, 01:36 PM
For Pauline, try Paulette. For Phyllis, try Felicity. For Ruth, try Truth.
Graham Oliver Dean
Graham Henry Cole
Graham William Scott
You may be a unisexer, but I've know three Rowans and all were boys. It is a very mannish name IMO, unlike Riley or Baily, whose endings lend a bit more to gender bending. Especially when I get Mr....
January 15th, 2013, 03:12 AM
Lilia- Dark hair, delicate, shy
Willa- Red hair or light brown, feminist, brash
Diana- blonde, elegant, sophisticated
Serena- I can't shake the tennis player Serena Williams, this name always...
January 14th, 2013, 03:18 AM
Bethany Elise Joan (352 in popularity, variant of Elizabeth)
Paige Katherine Covy (107 in popularity, means assistant)
My name is Andrea and I do not like it. There are simply too many pronunciations of it. Mine is pronounced On-dree-ah, which is one of the least popular ways to say it. I've just had to accept...
I like Charlotte a lot. Sure it's somewhat popular, but as long as it's not in the top five, which Charlotte is not, remember that popularity is not a bad thing. It's always recognized, never...
Lily and Bennett
Betheli (nn Beth) mean house of god in Hebrew. Or you could shorten Rebekah from the old testament to Bekah. Both of these B names could honor Bernie.
Sela means strength of the rock in Hebrew,...
January 8th, 2013, 03:36 AM
Only have boy's list:
Our daughter's name is Lily. When we chose that name, we were thinking more along the lines of smart, brash Lily Tomlin, not a frail, delicate wallflower.
We're now making a girl's list for the...
January 7th, 2013, 09:03 PM
I really don't think it matters that the dog is named Jasper too. If that's a name you both love, just chalk it up to fate. I had a friend who's dog's name was Lexus, and a year later they had a...
Graham or Dane. With such a long middle and last combo, you need a one syllable FN for balance.
January 7th, 2013, 08:54 PM
Theodore doesn't sound good if your name rhymes with Crisco. Neither does Pierce. You really need a FN ending in a hard consanant to sound good with a surname ending in a vowel, so your best choices...
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