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Elliot is a boy's name. It will never sound like a girl's name, no matter how many genuine girl's names you add on to it. How about using Elliot as a middle? Paige Elliot is quite nice.
July 18th, 2015, 06:45 PM
An interesting question with a lot of interesting responses.
I'm half-British and half-Jewish. My name is the Hebrew pronunciation of a very popular name, and I would love to give my kids Hebrew...
July 13th, 2015, 10:20 PM
July 8th, 2015, 12:08 AM
Are you Jewish? If not, don't use Tzeitel.
July 7th, 2015, 11:37 PM
I agree with previous posters: Margot Isobel is the name you're looking for. The second you see your daughter, she'll become the only Margot in the world to you.
Absolutely Geneva Elaine.
It was incredibly difficult to narrow down just three favorites -- this is a gorgeous list!
Atlas, Felix, and Orion
Calliope, Eloise, and Sylvie
Alden, Frost, and...
There will always be someone else in the world who shares your child's first and last name, unless you decide to scramble some Scrabble letters and name accordingly (Xlrp! Flrglltnz!).
The fact that you gave your first two daughters boy's names is no reason to continue the trend -- by all means, give #3 an actual girl's name! Selah is beautiful.
Is there anything more pretentious than an American making an announcement in the Telegraph?
Caspian John Aglionby
William Alexander Worth
The hate is all yours -- even if you refuse to acknowledge an act of antisemitism, or act in disgustingly irresponsible ignorance, it's still antisemitism. It is viscerally upsetting that even on...
Oh, Asha is just lovely -- so simple, yet elegant. I pronounce it AH-shah.
June 30th, 2015, 04:25 PM
Out of interest, how much is Nameberry going to pay their interns?
I adore Jane. Sleek, chic, elegant and timeless.
Eyesore? Really? I pity the child.
June 30th, 2015, 03:52 AM
Absolutely Jacey. Why would there be an 'I' in there?! Letters aren't decoration! They're phonetic marks! Throwing in random letters because you think they look kewl changes the pronunciation of the...
June 30th, 2015, 01:36 AM
S: Artemis, Agnes, Hollis, Mavis, Mercedes, Frances, Eloise/Louise, Thais, Lilias, Corliss, Anais, Cadence, Constance, Florence
N: Tamsin, Gwendolyn, Halcyon, Wren, Bronwen, Corinne, Simone,...
My thoughts exactly. I like two middle names -- my mother is British; it's tradition -- but three?! That just sounds like roll call at a boy's school. Better: Seamus Michael Kevin Campbell, Sebastian...
June 24th, 2015, 09:51 PM
I don't even know what "feminissima" means. To me, Noelle and Noel are sleek, chic, tragically underused names for a girl and a boy, respectively.
Absolutely no to India -- see 'appropriation.' Godiva is forever and always going to be chocolate, unfortunately. And Bronte -- well, aside from the pronunciation issues (Bron-TEE or Bron-TAY? I'm a...
June 21st, 2015, 04:52 PM
Matilda: Tildy, Tilly, Millie (in that order)
Bridget: Birdie, Bridie
Colette: Colie, Lettie
Dorothy: Thea, Dot
June 19th, 2015, 09:37 PM
G/G: Eloise Thea Rose and Matilda Ruby Jean
or: Iris Cordelia Jean and Sylvie Lucinda Faye
G/B: Roscoe Jack Mariner and Ruby Jean Louise
B/B: Roscoe Jack Mariner and Jasper Fritz Conroy
June 15th, 2015, 11:55 PM
Sascha (as a nn for Alexander)
June 15th, 2015, 12:27 AM
Jago Josiah (love this)
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