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The Hon. William (son and heir of Lord Samuel Vestey, 3rd Baron Vestey, and Baroness Celia Vestey, godmother to Prince Harry) and Violet (née Henderson) Vestey welcomed their first child, a daughter...
August 17th, 2015, 11:26 PM
A few I have noted recently:
@ashthedreamer: Violet Emilia Mary is alluring. I've never been a big fan of Violet but it's splendid paired with Emilia and Mary, especially with Emilia.
August 16th, 2015, 11:45 PM
Bonaparte (more specifically Marie-Bonaparte), I think. I'd love to get away with using that. Or Cleopatra. If it was socially acceptable I'd use that one in a heartbeat.
I named a goat Griselda once... I like it a lot but probably predominantly as fairy taleish character. Don't know how well it would work in the real world.
That's funny because to me, Griselda...
Françoise all the way. That beautiful name gets way too little love.
Stumbled upon Birna, Marte (mart-EH), Salka, Selva and Sole (soh-LUH), all girls names, on another forum.
♔ Prince Nils Sebastian (youngest child of Prince Ruediger of Saxony, Margrave of Meissen) and Princess Jedida (née Taborek) of Saxony welcomed their third child, a daughter named Felizitas Johanna...
August 3rd, 2015, 11:51 AM
I love it (and I'm so stoked to see Greenlandic representation :D) but I'm obviously biased. It stems from the North Greenlandic version of the Legend of the Mother of the Sea (usually known as...
August 3rd, 2015, 11:14 AM
I think Romy is riveting and definitely usable – especially when it's only a nickname (although I think it works beautifully as a given name, too). Perhaps hand your mum a Romy Schneider film and say...
August 3rd, 2015, 11:07 AM
I apologise for any repeats, was too lazy to look through the thread before posting :D
I would second the suggestion of Amelie Louisa/Louise (perhaps nicknamed Lilou)? Amelie goes beautifully with Matilda.
Asa is such a dapper name. I think I'd go for Asa Alexander in my own Asa combination if I hadn't already used it.
Matilda! Henry and Matilda is such a dashing brother/sister combination.
What about Matilda Alice?
Stumbled across a pair of Danish twins called B.i.l.l.i.e and N.o.e.l.l.e. The first is not exactly common here but growing in popularity amongst the Copenhagen hipsters. The latter I was very...
July 16th, 2015, 05:38 PM
Violet Adair: I like this combination a lot – and I especially like how Adair gives it such a sophisticated finish.
Juniper Isolde: I'm not a fan of Juniper but I do think it's very charming when...
♔ Hereditary Prince Hubertus (son of Andreas, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) and Hereditary Princess Kelly (née Rondestvedt) of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha welcomed their second child, a son named...
How many lists do you have? One for boys, one for girls? Or do you have more than that?
I have my two main lists, one with all the boys names and one with all the girls names, and then several other...
Off the top of my head: For boys, Charlemagne, Hampus, Heathcliff, Hermes, Lysander, Peregrine and Ville, and for girls, Athénaïs, Clarimond, Eilonwy, Elysant, Hillevi, Ophelia and Vivendel.
July 15th, 2015, 11:51 PM
Adelaide Faith "Lady": The repeated AY-sound ruins the flow a bit for me but I do think Adelaide is a gorgeous name.
Penelope Iris "Poppy": This is just such a neat combination. I love how Iris...
DS: Alexander Ulrik
DD: Saga Dagmar
DS: Felix Oskar
Some days ago, the Danish Queen visited a kindergarten in Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland and in one picture, I spotted these names on the wall behind her: Arne (♂), Avike (♀, I love this), Dina, Evald...
July 13th, 2015, 01:13 AM
Sawyer Finnigan: I like Sawyer and it flows great with Finnegan as a middle.
Schroeder Malachi: There was a German chancellor called Gerhard Schröder and he's all I can think of when I see...
Never. Then again, I'm also a #foreigner, so what would I know. In all honesty though, if children want to, they will find ways to tease with every name. If you had to exclude every name that could...
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