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Yesterday, 05:36 PM
On another forum (nothing to do with naming or kids), the question was asked about future children's names. I LOL'd at all the posters saying things like 'I want something unique like Madisynn or...
You are pronouncing it 'eye-ax', right? If so, then I like it. If you're going with 'ay-jax' then I don't care for it. Many will assume you named him after the dish soap.
Dash & Jetson sound...
July 28th, 2014, 10:15 PM
I've only ever heard it as 'az-uh-RYE-uh'. There is the actor Hank Azaria 'ah-ZAIR-ee-uh' so people may assume Azariah is pronounced the same way.
Helen is dated; Helene is not. It feels fresh and should fit right in with today's baby names
I like the pronunciations 'huh-leen' and 'huh-lay-nah'
Vianca Jaspera Autumn
Calais Eulalia Crimson
Movie star surnames
I'd change the name to something similar (Naavah, Nereida, Navarra, etc) or put Nevaeh in the middle
For Cohen, I would go with a similar sound (Owen, Odin, Corbin, etc) or find a closely related...
They are called fillers because, like it or not, many times they are.
My mom has a filler mn, Ann. My grandparents didn't care about the middle but thought that it was needed so they just tossed...
I love Adair! It's on my mn list for both genders. It feels totally unisex but since it derives from Edgar I guess it is masculine.
There is also Adare (same pronunciation). It's a place name and...
I like huh-LEE-na or huh-LAY-na
I think it's lovely but if I ever used Posy/Posey/Posie it would be in the middle. I personally don't like 'ee' ending names for girls because they feel like diminutives even if they aren't. But I...
It's CAW-zee-ma (kind of like Cosby) or KO-zee-ma (like cozy)
Doubt my faves will make it but I'll play along anyway
In no particular order:
I don't like this name nor do I see the appeal. Isabel/belle/bella is ridiculously popular so Isabeau seems like her parents were trying to be different, like naming a kid Madislynn instead of...
I know a Galen, pronounce 'gale-in'. He was named after his mother, Gale. He doesn't get teased from what I've heard (he's 10) but I can see the potential. It's masculine because I think of Galen,...
Selah Joule is lovely. I like Joule far more than Jewel. What's the story behind it? Are you a science buff?
I love Gaspar/d. I'm impartial about the spelling but if you're concerned about 'gas', Gazpar is an accepted variant. I pronounce it 'gah-SPAR' so it sounds more like 'gus' than 'gas'. I like the nn...
July 13th, 2014, 04:49 PM
There are lots of possibilities but I'll just list the ones I like:
Winter Monet is gorgeous! Monet has some lovely snowscapes so Winter seems fitting as a fn
July 11th, 2014, 08:00 PM
I love Delphine and the nn Delphi or Della. How is it close to dolphin? It's 'del-FEEN'. If you were going with Dauphine then I'd understand the dolphin concern.
I have a friend named Daphne and...
July 11th, 2014, 07:29 PM
Florence & Augusta
Florence & Claude
Florence & Germaine
Florence & Delphine
Florence & Odette
Florence & Athena
July 11th, 2014, 07:09 PM
They're in my signature:
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