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This is a pretty common name around here pronounced somewhere in between of Nah-YEH-llie & Nigh-EH-llie
I would say these are 'nice boy' names.......
I was going to suggest Perrine!
I met an adorable little girl last year named Marjorie it really gave the name a fresh spin for me, and I would love to see the name rejuvenated
I'm LDS as well and I've always loved the idea of Oquirrh, I like the sound of it but the spelling has always stopped me from seriously considering it. But if the spelling/pronunciation issue doesn't...
September 11th, 2014, 03:58 AM
I love Everly! My other favorites...
Endelyn (or if you prefer Endellion)
September 9th, 2014, 11:31 PM
The names I would consider usable:
September 1st, 2014, 05:09 PM
I was going to suggest Devora as well! Or maybe Devi?
You could also consider a name with a similar meaning, Deborah means bee so you might consider....
Allison is pretty name in and of itself. I do know quite a few women named Allison (7 or 8 of them) most of them are between 20-25 yrs. So it might be considered a little dated, but not a bad name
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July 22nd, 2014, 05:59 PM
Ditto, I think Dean, Graham & Harris are all great options. Harris I think matches best style-wise with Thatcher but I prefer Graham and Graham matches well enough so Graham would be my top choice....
Rosalie, I prefer the 'rose' sound to the 'rawz' one
Calliope, it's surprising how many people mispronounce it as well as......
Aurora (I know too many kids who have difficulty with the 'r' sound)
Isla (where I live most people would pronounce...
I'm a total history nerd and was just doing some research about the civil war and I came across this website that had lists of popular names during the civil war era....
I don't know if this could be a guest blog but I'd be curious to know how nameberry chooses which names get listed on the site. Like what requirements a name must meet before it can be counted as a...
July 9th, 2014, 11:12 PM
I love the character Neville Longbottom but honestly I don't love the sound of Neville. It's not a bad name and I think it was perfect for the awkward nerdy lovable kid in the book, but I think it...
I just met a little girl about 4 named Hermione, so I can definitely see using it
I would naturally pronounce it add-uh-line but it wouldn't surprise me if I met someone who pronounced it add-uh-leen. (though I would have to be told to pronounce it that way)
Edith was the first name to come to mind
I forgot to include Maddox/Madoc if you decide to go for a non 't' name!
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