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Eleanor and George
Louisa and George
James and Louisa
James and Eleanor
James and George
Eleanor and Louisa
Winona is cool, but there's the association with W. Ryder, and the heavy o sounds that aren't particularly appealing to me, but the name is eminently usable.
You might be able to use Nettie for Harriet--it doesn't quite carry the syllable, but it does have a historical connection to Henrietta.
Ash, Rose, Hazel, Cora
Ash, Rose, Hazel, Luna
Ash, Rose, Hazel, Isla
Henry Theodore, 17 years
Louisa Hazel, 13 years
Remus Gardiner, 8 years
Cleo Ginevra, 6 years
Charlie Orion, 5
Yelena Ivy, 4
Archer Keir, 1
July 30th, 2014, 07:44 PM
Year 1: none
Year 2: none
Year 3: none
Year 4: triplets--George Thaddeus, James Lazarus, Emma Kingsley
Year 5: none
Year 6: quintuplets--Cadmus Antioch, Frederick Ignatius, Yelena Guthrie,...
July 30th, 2014, 11:31 AM
Briony-Bry-oh-nee (Bry rhymes with cry)
I like both.
Matilda and Thisbe
Matilda and Maud
Matilda and Roxanne
Matilda and Elspeth
Matilda and Lisette
Matilda and Georgina
I like Halle, it's traditional and vaguely Dutch.
Eliza is great but edging on overused.
Holly seems a bit twee, but I can understand why you like it.
Marlo I like a lot, actually.
Arden--like, trendy -en
Rafe--like, I would pick a name and use it as a nickname
Dashiell--like, a bit too made-up
Rufus--like, but a...
I like Alexander if you use the whole name, and Ben is a great name but overused.
Caleb seems less faddish.
Aaron, because Dominic makes me think of pizza.
Tristan and Elias, love both of them....
Django and Graham
Theo and Dashiell
Thor, Kai, and Pelle
Benjamin and Althea
Fabian and Gideon
Andromeda, Bellatrix, and Narcissa
Myrtle: I wish I liked this name more, it seems very old fashioned and somewhat nasal, but might be cute on a little kid. Honestly, I like the way it looks, but I have trouble imagining it on a...
Is there an option for uh-dell-ee-a?
I love the name Luna, and the name Eleanor, but could one be used as a nickname for the other, and are both getting too common?
June 14th, 2014, 10:16 AM
To begin, you have such great taste in names! Secondly, I think Finnegan, Gideon, Penelope, and Aspen go pretty well. It's true that Aspen is a different naming style, but it somehow manages to line...
I think Leo Swan sounds very cool; the names run together a bit but it makes them rhythmic-sounding. Brody Swan is okay but there's a lot of contrast between Brody, which is a very masculine name,...
I think Casper is definitely usable. I really doubt he'd be teased by kids his own age, because I don't think anyone below a certain age would have heard of the friendly ghost, and I hope that he...
Theo E_le blurs together a little--the o sound with the e sound. The flow isn't perfect, but nor is it awful, and the more you say his name, I reckon the better it'll sound. If you love a name, use...
Love Reed--the nature connection, the look of it. I think you could very well find another name, if need be, that fit in, that doesn't necessarily have to have double letters. I think Reed and Emma...
June 11th, 2014, 08:57 PM
I love it.
I don't think so, I think it is considered an old man name but those can be very dear on little kids . . . I wasn't aware of stupid guy associations, at least. I like it.
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