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All of this.
Georgia Nightingale is too wordy for me.
Madeleine McCrae is way way way too close to Madeleine McCann, IMO.
Georgia Clementine is way too food-y for me. The state of Georgia is famous for their peaches (Georgia peaches) and a clementine is a type of orange.
McCrae means "SON of grace". It'd work for a son but not a daughter.
Day wouldn't be a terrible nickname but it's definitely not suitable as a given name, IMO.
Yesterday, 07:48 AM
Everette is no more feminine than Everett. Yes, it's legit but it's a legitimate masculine spelling.
I'm another one that prefers Bodhi. From the two choices, I'd go with Bodie because it looks a less related to body than Bodey.
Yesterday, 07:43 AM
Agreed... It's definitely not legit.
Even Nameberry says this: "...pioneered word names when he used this for his daughter".
From Arthur Ashe's wikipedia page: "She was named Camera after her...
Portland sounds extremely masculine.
I think it's perfectly usable for others but just doesn't work for me because all I see is "prude".
I'd say ma-lou. Reminds me of the song "Skip To My Lou"... Lou Lou Skip To "MyLou"" (when singing the song, I always hear it as one word and it sounds like ma-lou).
This describes Calla nicely!
Unfortunately, I think Hatter was legit. :(
Zhane in any Cyrillic language wouldn't be pronounced the same as Zane. The most common spelling of the name is Zhanna. Zhane = s (as in pleasure) - ahn - yee.
I'm not a fan of boy names on...
DH: Elliott Oliver
DW: Daniella Simone
DD: Aurelia Bronte
DS: Frederick George
DS: Nathaniel Bennett
DD: Katherine Jemima
DD: Matilda Leonie
DH: Luke Alexander
DW: Samara Kate
DS: Gabriel Alexander
DD/DS: Anna Violet / Peter William
DD: Noelle Ruby
DS: Liam Donovan
DD: Molly Jane
Luke + Sam
March 12th, 2014, 09:46 AM
Title says it all!
Which of these names do you like the best?
Their full meanings are below (all come from Behindthename):
Lior - (Hebrew) my light
Lucasta - (from Literature) lux casta...
You have great naming style, Haley! I seriously love all of your posts.
My favorites are definitely Lillian Charlotte May and Iris Amelia Pearl.
1. Ada Florence Mary -- Overall, it's lovely...
Marian feels more feminine.
Like @ssterikoff said, I think Marion was the male spelling.
I have an honest question that's coming from someone who lost her daughter at 22 weeks -
After my loss, I was told to wait 6-8 weeks before having sex and that my cycle wouldn't be even close to...
Denver as a given name was actually in the top 1,000 for all but 7 years from 1889-2001. Since then, it hasn't been in the top 1000 and I'm super surprised about that given the popularity of...
March 12th, 2014, 08:56 AM
A family I know (not in person but via FB) has 21 children. I believe all but one are adopted.
March 12th, 2014, 08:55 AM
They all sound like brothers to me.
I like the suggestion of Adler.
August, Olive, and Alden is a bit of a tongue twister for me but even so, they sound lovely together.
What mischa said!
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