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I'm also of the opinion that name meanings are not the most important factor in deciding the name. So even if Mary means "bitter", the name is used for a number of other reasons and therefore...
Rose is your best option. It's a simple, classic, timeless name and it's also part of your original name. In your position when picking a new name I wouldn't just look at pretty / stylish /...
April 16th, 2014, 05:35 AM
Gianpaolo, Gianluigi, Gianpiero, Gianmattia, Gianmarco, etc
Lil / Lily / Lillian was originally short for Elizabeth/Isabella.
Rafa and Raffy are the obvious choices apart from Ella. I think they're quite nice, they fit right with all the unisex nicknames like Alex, Charlie, and Sam.
Rally, Ray, Raella, Rafita...?
William works with almost everything; apart from being a regal classic, it's also quite popular at the moment (especially if nicknamed Liam) so in addition to Henry, John, Thomas…, most trendy names...
April 16th, 2014, 05:19 AM
April 16th, 2014, 05:16 AM
I don't think it should keep you from using the name if you really love it.
Elsa is a fairly well-known name, not one that was invented specifically for a character, like Ariel or Merida. Plus, a...
Gabby and Alfie
Matthew & Clara Archer have ten children (you pick the genders); the boys have the...
Holly & Sean
Jocelyn & Grace Meadows have 4 sons and 3 daughters. Their first names come from Jane Austen...
Wayley (rhymes with Hayley) or Wylie, maybe? Wells, Wally, Win?
Or a special nickname, unrelated to the actual name — something like Bear, Buddy, Ace, Peanut, Storm, Happy, etc.
April 16th, 2014, 01:17 AM
I second the suggestion of Evander. Also, IIRC, the character is actually called Andrew and nicknamed Ender; would your husband like that? Andrew Phoenix "Ender" is a fantastic combo.
Elizabeth and Frederick
Friedrich Jasper "Fritz"
Frederico Jet "Freddie"
Luke and Jem are already parents to twins, Liam Wolf and Mila Wren, and are...
Joseph Luke and Melanie Grace
The traditional long form is Katherine for girls, and Christopher/Christian for boys, so any variant of these names would work. My favorites would be Katharina, Kathleen, Christiana, Caitlin, and...
April 15th, 2014, 10:59 PM
There doesn't seem to be any western name with that combination of sounds, though you might have better luck looking for surnames.
Are you open to names like Vane or Vale?
Ezra Matthias & Poppy Alice Leland
Maximilian Nicholas "Max"
Augustus Louis "Gus"
Joseph "Joe" and Sarah "Sally" Buck...
Charles and Victoria
Philip Corvus 'Pip'
Achilles Leo 'Achi'
Prince James Henry George Albert is heir to the British throne. His wife is the former...
Arlo & Susan
Zane Cedric & Heidi Olive Calloway
I'll do my own :)
Benedict Charles Jones & Flora Louise Knightley
Julius Casimir Jones Knightley
Cyrus Wilfred Benedict Knightley
Alexander Geoffrey Benjamin Knightley
Sylvie and Avery O'Connor
Dashiell John Hezekiah Phoenix O'Connor, Knox Robert Zebediah Gunner O'Conner, and Felicity Anne Rebekah Kaylee O'Connor
Colonel Benedict Charles Jones & Colonel Flora...
Matt & Lucy
Eddard Max "Ned"
Zachary & Zoe Zimmerman love the fact they share a fairly unique initial. Their 6 kids (three boys, three girls) also have...
DH: Anthony Robert Logan
DW: Sophie Amy Cameron
DD/DD: Anna Olivia “Annie” & Alexandra Natalie “Allie”
DS: Sebastian Miles
DS: Henry Matthew
DS/DD: Christian Samuel & Chloe Gwendoline
I prefer Catherine. Elena is often butchered in English, and it doesn't have the same timeless elegance as Catherine (in an English-speaking context, of course).
some ideas, avoiding repeats:
Hebe (goddess of youth)
Isadora ("Isis' gift")
Hermione (from Hermes)
Marcia, Martina (from Mars)
Helia, Elia, Eliana (from Helios)
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