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Charlotte Mayuree or Charlotte Isaree would be my favorite
August 19th, 2014, 01:44 AM
Sorry if I repeat but I would suggest.....
It's a beautiful name, and I feel like it's one of those names where everybody knows it, or has heard of it, but nobody actually uses it.
August 10th, 2014, 11:07 PM
I think people should do their best to pronounce the name correctly if someone introduces themselves as Laura, with an 'a' sound that's what they should be called not L-or-a with an 'o'.
This is the name of the most current tropical storm about to hit Hawaii, but I think it's kind of intriguing. Very similar to the oh so popular Isabelle, but a little more streamlined, and chic...
I like it, though I do worry that in some accents it may sound to similar if not identical to Ella
Love Cassandra, I feel like it's one of those names that never is in the spotlight but is always steadily used. Very classic sounding
August 4th, 2014, 08:54 PM
I love Arden I think it's strong but still has a girly romantic quality with it's similarity to 'ardent'. That being said I find Lucia & Arden to be a little of an odd pairing, but I'm a big believer...
This is a name that I keep seeing repeated over and over again mainly for boys, though sometimes for girls. But I can't for the life of me figure out where this name came from. And being a bit of a...
I think they would be too similar for siblings but not for cousins. Especially if you're going to shorten it to Bella/Nell/Nancy etc. After all Abby, Anna & Bella are distinctly different even if...
May 27th, 2014, 05:16 PM
They are a little matchy but not terrible if you really love them they could work. Would you consider Madeline or Madeleine? They are pronounced slightly different but would get rid of the matchy...
Mine would be:
July 25th, 2013, 02:35 PM
I remember there was a mother who had a little Sophia nicknamed Posy, which I think is adorable! That being said I happen to love double-barreled names and would love to meet a little Sophie-Grace
Autumn Mc.... doesn't have the greatest flow but it's not terrible either. And personally when the name blur together doesn't really bother me too much, so I guess it just depends on what bothers you
March 7th, 2013, 02:16 PM
My top four from your list would be Felix, Samuel, Crispin & Alfred. I think the first three would blend in pretty well with today's current trends and while Alfred is a little old fashioned it's a...
Hadley Jane would get my vote. It has the same modern unisex sound as Avery with a classic, short, feminine middle. Emma is beautiful but has been overused and doesn't fit as well as Hadley. And...
I like Sally, though I prefer it as a nickname for Sarah, or something like Rosalie. Like other posters said it has a retro nickname vibe to it.
January 29th, 2013, 12:43 AM
Hmmm now about.....
Sasha (though if Lex too feminine this one probably will be.... )
@sweetpea that was my thought exactly! Poor Kale, maybe the author couldn't find a flower name that started with K? The same thing with Bramble
I just picked up the novel Entwined by Heather Dixon, and was flipping through it, it's a book that's based off the twelve dancing princesses, but what really caught my eye was the name of the...
I really like India, and was secretly glad to see it drop out of the 1000.... I think it has a pretty sound, with a vintage/romantic image with a slightly exotic background
September 7th, 2012, 07:31 PM
Rosamond- Love this!
Catherine- Great classic name, but lacks some personality imo
Avalon- Great name, but I wouldn't choose it with your sib set
Iona- personally I don't really like the sound...
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