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Lately I've been obsessed with Fionnuala. It's so lilting and pretty and interesting!
Also pondering Zeke and Amara.
They all fit okay, but I'd say Eleanor is a shade plainer than Matilda and Penelope is a bit girlier. So Beatrice is the best fit, IMO--same fantastic blend of quirk, strength, and femininity.
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I'm a Gwendolyn/Gwen and I love it :) I also adore Guinevere; I used to wish that was my full name. I agree with pps that Gwendoline is confusing and I personally dislike Gwyneth.
Brock and Brooke are way, way too close. Also, Broxton sounds silly with your surname (and is silly on its own, too, IMO. It just sounds like Braxton-Hicks.) Camden is nice but sounds a little too...
Thomasina feels very steampunk to me, and sort of larger-than-life. It's simultaneously nerdy, aristocratic, and Victorian. It's not the most wearable feminization out there, but I love it in the...
December 18th, 2014, 05:28 PM
I love Amara; it's gorgeous and unique. Arden and Carmen are also quite interesting and refreshing. And Morgan is nice enough, but I'm not a fan of Emma, Sadie, and especially Kayla, which is trendy...
I'd go for the opposite--Jago with a more classic mn, something in the vein of William, Arthur, Henry, etc.
Such a great list! And an engaging challenge in terms of syllables/flow/balance.
Annika Willow Evenstar
Annika Thisbe Cosima
Cassandra Story Avalon
Cassandra Briar Isabeau
Viola! I wax poetic about it all the time here, lol. My favorite boys' name changes frequently.
Has anyone suggested Elora yet? I like it with Asher and Callia.
Elyse and Eliza are also nice. Not a fan of Emery.
Not including GPs:
Love: Adela, Athena, Ayla, Cassia, Cleo, Eliza, Elodie, Emilia, Felicity, Fiona, Gemma, Luna, Ophelia, Ophelie, Phoebe, Willow
Like: Amelia, Anna, Bellatrix, Bianca, Cara, Calliope, Callista,...
Yep, totally works.
December 15th, 2014, 05:34 PM
Mabel is the shy only child of a rich family in New York in the nineteen teens. She is very neat and likes reading and watercolor painting. Her governess feels lucky to be in charge of such a bright,...
December 15th, 2014, 02:49 PM
It's almost that time of year again: Festivus. With that in mind, I figured we might as well get into the holiday spirit by airing our name-related grievances.
Now, I'm not talking about lamenting...
December 15th, 2014, 02:15 PM
My immediate thought was Cassandra.
December 15th, 2014, 02:00 PM
I pretty much agree with opheliaflora; all four names together are a bit much, especially if your other kids only have 3. I'd either disregard flow and drop Romilly, like she suggested, or drop...
December 15th, 2014, 01:51 PM
I'd say it similar to the above poster, but more like 'ah-REH-lee.' And Nadine is 'nay-DEEN' around these parts.
I instantly thought of Tilde Maxine.
December 14th, 2014, 10:29 AM
Another vote for Sylvie and Coraline! Something like Coraline Sonnet or Sylvie Coco would be striking.
More word names:
Ooh, I love Phaedra Meadow and Phoebe Meadow. Lots of pretty options on this list!
Ooh, Felicity Maeve and Philippa Jane are both fantastic! Those two are my favorite names from your list; I can totally see a sibset of Pippa and Rory. What's your son's name? Are there any of the...
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