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I never understood why Sloan became exclusively feminine in ANYONE's eyes. It's totally fine on a boy, and won't be confusing in your sibset because your daughter's name is unquestionably female.
March 19th, 2014, 11:17 PM
I love Artemis, I think it goes well with Leonora. They're distinct from one another, but equally distinctive, and both are a good blend of feminine and strong. Ara might work as a nn. Artemis...
Brody is fine on its own, it's an actual name as is. Just because it ends with a y doesn't mean it's automatically a nickname. Broden sounds made up, like a trendy name ending was tacked onto the...
Cailey looks best to me.
I like Isannah a lot. The character in Johnny Tremain isn't so great, but it's a cool name!
March 10th, 2014, 06:10 PM
Speaking as a Jew, you can go ahead with Ezra. It's been in use in the US as a name for a long time, b/c it's biblical and easy to pronounce :) I'd only have an issue if you wanted to use it on a...
March 10th, 2014, 06:07 PM
Adelyn for sure.
All good ones, but if I had to choose:
I like Cameron, but what about Camber? More distinctive, but you could still use the nn Cam. Or maybe Callum?
In terms of middles, Cameron Alistair?
Rob/Robbie is great, i see such a guy (like, a good looking firefighter who plays soccer on the weekends) when i think of those.
I like Peggy and Julie. The others just go nowhere for me!
I see a combination of Mayonnaise and Mustard, two substances I don't particularly like. Obviously I know it's a name, but find it awfully unattractive.
February 28th, 2014, 09:17 AM
Elmo, Kermit, Bellatrix - not that I'd really use these anyway, but I'd discourage others from doing so.
I think the issue is when a very unusual name is only known/used in the general culture...
February 27th, 2014, 10:15 PM
February 26th, 2014, 12:25 PM
Definitely, unless super-matchiness is your plan to begin with. Personally I love Felicity and have zero interest in Felix, so I'd keep the former and replace the latter.
February 25th, 2014, 02:37 PM
It's too late. I can't imagine it's really that much more noticeably popular now than it was 4 years ago: i bet if you look at the numbers, it's not actually that big of a difference, you just hear...
The way you have it as a first and a middle is fine.
I wouldn't say it's traditionally a girl's name, only that people sometimes make the association with Sleeping Beauty - in which case it's Briar Rose and a little more obviously feminine. Personally...
Cashton sounds like a random conglomeration of trendy sounds. Maybe Cassian? Or even just Ashton, which is a little less overdone (aesthetically, not in terms of popularity).
February 19th, 2014, 11:07 AM
Ayelet and Yakira. Not sure about middles!
February 19th, 2014, 09:18 AM
My first reaction (and a friend randomly had the same one) is that it sounds like the name of a dragon in a fantasy novel, ie: invented and not human. I'd pronounce it like Elizabeth with an R, but...
I think it's cool! In Hebrew, Joseph comes out like Yosef (YOH-sehf), and Yossi/Yosi are very common nn's. So Joss doesn't look weird or unconnected to Joseph to me, i really like it.
February 17th, 2014, 12:50 AM
Middle names are a thing, and i know people who go by their full name (Chaya Sara, Zev Moshe, etc.). Some modern Israeli names are combos in the sense that their meanings form a sentence or phrase -...
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