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November 16th, 2013, 09:39 PM
Tess, Kate, Wren
November 13th, 2013, 10:48 PM
I actually know a girl named McKayl, pronounced Ma-kale. I know that when her name is read for the first time, she often gets "Mckayla", but it isn't a problem afterwards, and she's isn't really...
October 31st, 2013, 10:14 PM
Florence Isobel, either Rowena Alice or Lydian Alice
Seumas and Walter
I definitely like Lissie the best for a nn, but it depends on what image you're going for. Elfie and Cece are both pretty cutesy, whereas Flick (as I saw suggested) is a little more tom-boyish.
September 21st, 2013, 07:10 PM
Glad you love Cormac too! And yes, Isobel - so beautiful, but so sadly popular!
September 17th, 2013, 11:28 PM
A lot of the names in my signature are names that I would consider for middles to Seamus. But really, that's just my personal taste:)
I once knew a girl named Indigo. It gives off a cultural and almost Middle Eastern vibe to me. The similar India seems exotic, yet very English, while Indigo has less of a British association, but...
September 15th, 2013, 08:41 PM
I love Seamus! It's my top boys' name with the Seumas spelling;) I voted for Seamus Reid, but I think that neither is quite... sturdy, I guess would be the word, enough to fit behind Seamus, which I...
I love names like Isobel, Elinor and Samantha, that are just too popular for me to use. My own name is usually hovering around the 800-900 section of the charts, so it's rare enough that I haven't...
I love Samantha, and I think it's really a beautiful, if overused classic. I'm not a fan of boyish nicknames though.
August 4th, 2013, 12:48 AM
G- Florence Isobel "Flora"
B- Seumas Murel "Jim"
B- Walter Francis
B- Cormac James
G- Clarissa Pearl "Clara"
G- Helena Ivy "Lena"
G- Rowena Elinor
G- Margaret Ruby "Meg"
I always thought that you could get Winnie out of Rowena
July 25th, 2013, 01:46 PM
I could see a Sophia with the nn Saffy or Ffion/Ffia. The good thing about Sophia is that there are quite a few pet names/nicknames that you could glean from it.
July 24th, 2013, 03:01 PM
I do really like Gracie-Jane as a hyphenated option. But it's possible that if you can't choose, maybe neither name is quite right. This is a suggestion, and only a suggestion, but maybe what you're...
Frazzled. Have fun!
I guess it would depend upon the story line. I think that writers who also happen to be name lovers;) have to be careful with what they name characters, in order to avoid unbelievable names, and...
I know a set of triplets named Lauren, Madison, and Caleb. Some twins would be Abby and Zoey, Bailey and Breann, Spencer and Mason, Rachel and Rebecca. I also heard the names of one set, Miriam and...
I love Kate with a K, due to meeting several beautiful Kate's. On the flip side, I hate Cate with a C based on a girl I went to school with.
I know a family with three girls - Genevieve, Sophia, and Olivia. All of them are over 10 years old. They're all beautiful names, but Genevieve definitely lucked out, being the only one without a top...
A few I have heard around, all under 10 years old:
June 1st, 2013, 10:37 PM
Alarik or Alaric would both fit this, although they may not sound fabulous with Frederick. Alarick(c) is unique while still being somewhat familiar due to the eric sound.
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