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can I say 'none of the above'?
I'd just end up asking them how to pronounce it.
Which is the very reason I dislike all versions and spellings of this name: Elena (2257), Alaina (1918), Alayna...
August 1st, 2014, 02:58 PM
I tend to like classics and books with psychological aspects to them.
Austen - read em all and liked um all. Persuasion was a bit light on plot compared to her others. I think I like...
August 1st, 2014, 02:30 PM
Benedict & Gwendolyn
Benedict & Gideon
Beatrice & Gwendolyn
FIRST- Evelyn Jane
SECOND- Iris Guinevere
THIRD- Adam River
August 1st, 2014, 01:14 PM
Parents: Hades and Athena
Gifts: Shadow Travel, Divine Wisdom
Name: Veda Darshana Hemingway
Spouse's parents: Iris and Apollo
Gifts: Exceptional Creativity, Exceptional Musicality
In the case of the 13-14 year old, I believe it took longer because her birth father contested it. Though he had hardly been in her life at all and it was entirely her choice to change her surname....
1. the first one that comes to mind? Olivia
2. a different name that starts with the same letter as #1? Oliver
3. a name that rhymes with #2? Tolliver
4. a name that has the same amount of letters...
I think it's on the down swing. More popular in the 1st decade of the century.
I actual met a 30 year old woman named Hunter a few years ago....
July 30th, 2014, 12:44 PM
I have an ad blocker, but I've noticed over the last week or so that I'm not able to scroll or use shortcuts to get around the pages (ctrl-end to move to the bottom, ctrl-home to move to the top). I...
I know several people who've changed their names through the courts for various reasons, and I know it's taken them several years and a lot of hassle and money to get through the process. One when...
Really!? That surprises me. Though I guess since it has to be done through the courts anyway, it falls under the same restrictions as most name changes.
I suppose the question then would be, would...
I haven't read the whole thread, but I assume there's probably laws about this.
I can't imagine the state would allow you to change the first name of say, a 7 year old, just because you didn't...
I like Samara. It feels exotic, kind of like Jasmine without the Disney princess vibe.
I can't say that I like it with Lorraine. Lorraine feels very 70's and dated. Like Joyce or Wanda or Janet....
picked and then put them in order with favorites at the top.
I think Ajax is really nice actually.
But since Jetson has a lot of similarities to Jackson it feels like Ajax is also towing that "Jaxon" line.
For that reason I'd go with Dashel. It fits...
July 25th, 2014, 01:20 PM
DH: Quentin Quail
DW: Unity Umber
DD1: (18) Adelaide Acacia
DS1: (18) Bennett Brooks
DS2: (17) Caleb Cedric
DD2: (16) Daphne Delilah
DD3: (16) Eve Eliana
I also know the band Eisley and find that more straightforward for the pronunciation.
July 24th, 2014, 06:42 PM
Isla Claire is very pretty :)
Isla Vivienne - meaning lively/alive/life
Isla Hope - is also very lovely
Isla Evangeline - messenger of good news
Olivia. It's just so beautiful and it's #3.
All of this set I really like. Very usable and lovely names.
July 24th, 2014, 01:49 PM
Melody Sunniva - very pretty
Romilly Mabel - lots of M & L sounds. Romilly Freya would be nice.
Charlotte Romilly - very nice.
Freya Elysant - interesting, I like it.
Belle Seraphina - pretty,...
I like the name Jane a lot.
Classic and lovely. No more plain in my eyes than Anne, Mary, Sarah, etc.
I love Ramona Violet.
Veronica Hazel is a pretty combination, but something about Veronica always puts me off. It feels very in your face and even a tad sexualized to me. Not sure why, I've never...
I don't think Erik and Mary are too similar. Sure they have a similar sound, but they are both classics and it's not a problem.
Similar sounds between siblings can start to sound like a purposeful...
Yep, Tessa Brielle sounds great together. The modernness of Brielle lifts Tessa a bit. Beautiful name and fits nicely with your son's name.
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