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May 21st, 2014, 05:54 PM
I also thought of Siri before I read the rest of your post. I think that one's pretty cute, and I wouldn't worry too much about the...
May 20th, 2014, 11:50 PM
If none of these names are quite doing it, maybe you should look into other options? Maybe you can still find a name that you both love.
Instead of Sanna, how about Sena? ...
I have seen Sunny suggested as a nickname for Aurora before because it means "dawn."
I have also heard of Sunny being used as a nickname for all names that begin with "S."
I second Olive Susannah, but I would spell it Susanna. Then she would literally be O. Susanna! That might be a bit cheesy, but I also think it's kind of cute. Plus, Susanna does have a sort of "wild...
I would not use the initials ILL. Initials don't come up that often, but people, especially children, talk about them enough to make it a potential problem.
Although I think Isis and Lila are...
And here are some others that I think might have the feeling you are looking...
DH: Nicholas Theodore
DW: Lucia Eve
1. Gideon Boaz
2. Noah Benjamin
3. Breton Pascal
4. Flora Matilda
DW : Willa Alice Heartwood Deveraux
DH : Stellan William Deveraux
DD1 : Saskia Wilhelmina Deveraux
DD2 : Penna Coraline Deveraux
DS1/DD3 : Odin Aleksander Deveraux & Nerissa Daphne Deveraux...
- Theo Silas
- Daisy Angelica
- Sargent Fox & Lilith Tallulah
- Henry August, Jude Byron, Eleanor Violet, & Florence Ruby
- Isadora Astrid
- Flynn Sawyer & Ellery Scout
- Bowie Sailor
Celia Vivienne is so gorgeous! I also love Violet Eva.
I think Romy definitely works as nickname for Veronica. Just think: If Bill, not just Will, can be a nickname for William, then Romy, not just Ronnie, can be a nickname for Veronica.
May 19th, 2014, 09:43 PM
Wow! This a beautiful list, with a lot of names I had forgotten or never heard of before. My favorites are Mavis, Muirin, Cordelia, Oona, Ailsa, Nerissa, and Wallis.
Here are some others that you...
May 19th, 2014, 08:03 PM
I like Geneva Maeve a lot.
If you are looking for another cutesy name/nickname, I think using Mae/May or Louise as a middle name might work well.
Your husband could call Abigail May "Abby May"...
I love the sound of Rosalie and Florence, but I think the combo would be a bit too floral. My second favorite is Elena, but Gabriella is nice too.
Here are some other suggestions:
May 19th, 2014, 07:35 PM
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Ivy & Oliver
Titania & Fiorello
Anya & Kai
Lauren & Brendan
Kimberly & Dillon
Maximo & Orlanda
Hugh & Etta
Bernard & Carolyn
Teague & Océane
I honestly don't hear what you hear with middle names that begin with a consonant. However, because you do hear it, I think you might want to choose a middle name that starts with a vowel.
Amora is very pretty, and I think it could definitely be a usable name.
Unless you live around a lot of Portuguese speakers, I don't think you have to worry about its meaning in Portuguese. In...
From your list, Ruby Celeste is my favorite. It's gorgeous!
Not to confuse you more, as I'm sure you've already considered a lot of options, but have you ever thought about using a name that can...
I like Margot better, mostly because of Margot Frank.
I also think that although Margo looks a bit cuter, it doesn't feel as complete. That being said, I think Margo is definitely a nice name. And...
Not exactly a gun name, but how about Rebel? You could nickname her Belle or Reba.
Or how about a name that means warrior?:
- Alessia (means "defending warrior")
- Aloisa (means "renowned...
Because Sylvia means "from the woods," I think you could honor the name with any woodsy name.
Here are some ideas:
- Elowen (means "elm")
- Wren (means "wren")
- Briar (means "a thorny patch)...
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