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I think Bram is fine and do like it better than Abraham or Abram.
I prefer Brian which seems more classic too me. Brandon seems very 80s.
Elias Theodore is my choice.
I much prefer Maeve and Mavis.
I like them together. They are both simple, one syllable names. James is more traditional but Finn doesn't clash with it.
June 13th, 2015, 08:15 AM
My favorite is Harlin Coy than I much prefer the spelling Harlan. Rune Coy sounds choppy and I don't understand the point of a nickname that is longer than the original name. Arden Coy is my second...
Evie and Arlo are great. I think I would avoid names ending in -ee or --o. I also like short two syllable names.
Vintage names that I like with your subset are:
I love Otto but Phoebus and Chauncey seem to pretentious with it.Otto Jermaine is my favorite of all your combos in this post. I do like Hans Troubadour and
Hans Rudolfo and Ike Rutherford.
I like Archer a lot. I am not sure about Archer with Charlie though as they are so many similar sounds. It feels like Archer is a rearrangement of the letters in Charlie just adding an extra r
Given your options, I would pick Julia and Grace but I don't like Julia with Jonah. I am not a big fane of Devon and Cameron so I can't really go there.
I do like:
Eliza and Grace
I think of them as two destination names because of the difference in pronunciation of the I sound - eh in Elizabeth and i in Eliza. Also I have never know an Elizabeth who used Eliza as a...
Definately Isla Rose. Chelsea seems so 80s and Hadley Rose sounds like a British Tea.
June 8th, 2015, 12:37 PM
In her signature the OP has identified Evelyn as a name for a little prince. I do not believe it is a typo.
If you are going to give one son what most consider a feminine name (even though...
I think all of the names in your signature are fine with Theo.
I particularly like Lillian, Violet, Julliette, Caleb, and Griffin with Theo.
The number of syllables I would go with depends on your surname.
Arla is lovely and I think it is sweet for a little girl but will age well too. I also really like it with Zadie. They have the same level of uniqueness and dignity.
Cleo looks like like it is spelled correctly; Clio seems like a misspelling. I would naturally pronounce Cleo as K-Leo while I think Clio is K-lye-o.
Junta is my favorite on your list, my second choice is Rohana.
I have to rule Muriel out because of the ending l with middle name Louise. I also think Misty is too cutesy. My first choice is Moira Louise; second choice would be Norma Louise.
I was surprised by Finn on the boys side and Lisa on the girls side. (Finn seems ahead of the U.S. Trend and Lisa seems so dated and not ready for revival is the U.S.)
The popularity of Paul and...
Lydia sounds strong to me; Eliza is softer. I see Lydia as the dominant child in a family and Eliza as her follower. Or Lydia is the director and Eliza the actress. Lydia as the doctor and Eliza...
May 15th, 2015, 06:06 AM
With Ayla and Jade, I like
Donovan is a great name and I see no problem with August as the middle name. Donovan Forde and Donovan Joseph also work well together. I would avoid Donovan John because of the rhyminess.
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