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I think either would be lovely. They seem to flow so well as a sibset. I wouldn't want to use Mira as it is a shower brand in the UK but that will probably not affect you (I'm assuming you are in the...
Yesterday, 04:01 PM
Either combo are lovely. However, because you seem to like the nn Lucy, Lucia Jane seems more suitable.
Daniel is No. 24 in the UK so I would say it is popular but it is slowly declining (as seen by this chart)
However, as you say, it is...
Has anyone been watching the World Ballet Day live streaming? In honour of World Ballet Day, I have created this BNG.
FN : Alla, Allegra, Viviana, Valentina, Xiomara, Ghislaine, Nadezhda,...
September 25th, 2015, 01:48 PM
Cecily is perfect for the sibset! I love how the 's' sound links them together but isn't trying too hard to be matchy. I'm not keen on Cecily Lenore because it is a bit of a tongue twister with the...
September 25th, 2015, 01:44 PM
Gruffalo or Mouse?
Sophie is a versatile name that I think will age well. I prefer the spelling Sofie but it doesn't really matter.
I'm not sure about the flow of some of your combos. Sophie Mae is probably the...
September 25th, 2015, 01:34 PM
Em or Io?
September 23rd, 2015, 01:50 PM
I am the same. The names that I like for boys are 'normal' names that are usually in the top 50. I think it is just my style (A lot of unusual male names are too posh or are too occupational/surnamey...
September 23rd, 2015, 11:47 AM
I think that Olive, Alice and Lucy sound well as a sibset. Either of the Olive combos are fine. Eleanor Jane is also very pretty. Some of your other choices (Margaret, Delphine, Elizabeth, Rosalind)...
I had a problem with this because everyone was saying 'I want a name below the top 1000' and I kept thinking that everyone wanted really unusual names when actually they were meaning the US top 1000...
I would just leave them on your list for the moment. If you do have children in the future, you can decide then (just pick the name that matches the gender him/her)
September 23rd, 2015, 10:24 AM
My name is Mary Hope. Please don't call me Maggie, Madge or May. I go by ________.
September 23rd, 2015, 10:17 AM
I think that Joel and Zachary fit very well together. Zachary Bennett would fit very nicely with Joel Harner because then they both have surnamey mns. Any of the others would fine too (so I can't...
I agree. Sennen Cove is a lovely place and it doesn't really seem right to change the spelling.
I agree (for the time being) but there might be a Clover --> Clove transition (if Clover ever gets popular) similar to Olivia --> Olive.
Skye with a Skylar in the family is fine.
Skye and Rain are too much together in a sibset.
Hey. I'm a Britberry from Yorkshire. *is very excited to see other Yorkshire folk on NB*
I often find that names that are popular on NB (this usually means that they are unusual/up and coming in...
September 22nd, 2015, 10:39 AM
DD: Oliva Amara
DD: Lavinia Valentine
DD: Thomasina Love
DS: Bernardo Milos
DS: Tobias Phillip
DS: Piero David
(fns are from 16th C Italy, mns mean 'love')
It may be popular but it is also classic and in my opinion, this is totally fine for boys.
Sebastian Edward gets my vote.
Queenie is such a cute name for a rabbit!
September 22nd, 2015, 10:19 AM
Thank you everyone. The thread has now closed. Hopefully I will have the results in the next few weeks.
September 20th, 2015, 04:58 AM
Thank you everyone! This thread will close on the 22nd of September so if anyone else would like to enter their names, please add them before this date.
September 19th, 2015, 12:51 PM
DH: Samson Oliver
DW: Elisa Finola
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