Type: Posts; User: grackym
Search: Search took 0.13 seconds.
Carson Julian (although quite similar to Corben)
Elowen and Xanthe are my favourites with your girls.
I like Nova and Lenoria, although the latter is a bit of a mouthful.
I prefer Yvonne to Yvaine; Yvaine makes me want to sing 'you're so vain'. lol
I don't like the 'gin' in...
While I know the correct anglicized spelling is Aidan, I've always preferred the Aiden spelling.
Aiden is number 51 in Australia and since we only have a top 100, I'm not sure where Aidan ranks,...
Owen Alexander is a great name.
I don't mind the sound of Aiden, but agree with pp that Elliot doesn't go with Aiden.
I second Arch as a handsome nn for Archer.
Red can be a nickname for Redmond. It feels kind of retro cool :)
I've listed names of similar popularity and style (I use the Aus list though).
Olivia, Ava, Emily and:
Adeline Claire is gorgeous!
I think Vienna has a nice sound, but I just think of the sausages.
Yesterday, 01:31 AM
I voted for Audrey Grace. I personally like the sound of Audrey Emma.
I think Gwen would be sweet for a little girl; I prefer Gwen much more than Wynne.
Both! Eliza is my favourite name and I like the nns Ellie or Lizey.
Elsie Mabel is a lovely name!
Faye Elizabeth is gorgeous and goes very nicely with her sisters name.
Winifred is a big name to bare; have you considered Lily Winifred?
August 28th, 2015, 11:14 PM
Any particular style you're looking for?
August 28th, 2015, 05:20 AM
Samson Bruno is a very handsome choice.
I like Kai the most; Seth is my second favourite.
I like Marley as a nn for Amalia :)
I think a three or one syllable name would work best with Marley:
August 28th, 2015, 04:34 AM
I think Katerina would work best in Australia, but I personally think that this is just the prettiest spelling.
Would you be open to altering the names?
Scarlet Gwendolyn (to honor Wendy?)
These are some options that flow a little better, in my opinion....
Eliza is the only one that comes to mind since you've thought of the main ones... Also, maybe Elowen or Elena.
Elaina and Eleanora are my favourites from your list.
BTW, I love Ella regardless...
Briana, Isobella and:
Jasmine Michelle (then each daughter has a floral name)
August 27th, 2015, 04:16 AM
Maybe Rosalie Isabella nn Rosella?
My favourite German girls name is Amalia, however that doesn't seem like the type of name you are looking for.
Results 1 to 25 of 500