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November 17th, 2014, 08:02 PM
Ooh! Perseus is so sexy. (I don't like Percy though so I'd stick Perseus in the middle)
November 16th, 2014, 07:33 PM
We recently added Aramis to our possibilities list, as a first. Meaning my husband didn't immediately veto it...so yes, I think that one is definitely usable in the middle spot. Actually, they all...
One of the few names that would just be a mean thing saddle a human being with, imo. Other names on this list include Aryan, Melena, Candida and Messiah. The stigmas associated with it outweigh any...
Shoulda been dead on a Sunday morning banging my head/no time for mourning/ain't got no time
That's the first thing that popped in my head, but maybe in 10 years or so it won't remind nearly as...
I think it has more to do with the boys not wanting to talk about anything baby yet because they're not ready to be fathers/not sure the relationship is going to last. It's important not to push it...
November 11th, 2014, 06:19 PM
Ineida, via my work. No idea what it means, would love to know if anyone knows anything about this name's entymology.
Thank you for your votes and comments. A little background: Indigo has been on our list for a while, and lately my husband said he's been thinking about how he really likes Indie for a nickname. ...
Poll: Indigo vs. Aramis
Which do you prefer? Thanks!
November 10th, 2014, 07:37 PM
Ajax is my favorite!
October 28th, 2014, 05:58 PM
I don't think Willow will ever be extremely popular (and by that I mean top 20ish) because it has that soft, nature, "hippie" vibe that not everyone will go for. But personally I think it is a fine...
October 19th, 2014, 11:41 AM
Favorites made into combos:
(I love Esmerelda, just be aware that it could take off with the new celeb baby)
Feminine and unusual is totally my thing...I won't claim these are all modern, though. Hypatia, for example, is a fantastic ancient name(sake) that first cracked the SSA list last year. Modern or...
October 17th, 2014, 08:26 PM
My taste hasn't changed much. My favorite boy name was Reeve when I was 12 and it still is (at 28). Girl names have always been more difficult for me, but we've had the same top girl choice for...
Also, apologies for the double post earlier! Computer was being glitchy
It is so beautiful to hear an Irish speaker pronounce Eire (but I couldn't bestow it upon a US child :( too much pronunciation trouble)...Avalon is on our shortlist, like Catalina, Lewis. Corsica...
Hypatia, Lilith, Andromeda, Jezebel. BTW isn't Jessie James some adult entertainer?
Suggestions: I love the suggestions of Marina and Sedona
Geneva, Mira, Nova, Andromeda, Nuria, Mazarine, Madrigal, Senara, Linnea, Laurel, Amaris, Aviva, Enid, Jolie, Arden, Verity, Etta,...
Nalani: Hawaiian, "calm skies" and I already don't remember where I saw it! Its actual use in the US is higher than most names of similar (un)popularity on NB.
October 5th, 2014, 01:31 PM
I LOVE Marina. Marina Kate is gorgeous. I would use Marina on my own child if only my husband liked it!
October 5th, 2014, 10:00 AM
See my signature.
Other names which I would love to see more on the ticker:
Almonzo, Darrow, Corentin, Hadrian, Drexel, Slate, Indigo, Marcel, Montague, Heron, Martel, Amaris, Denali, Catina,...
Advance apologies for any repeats. In addition to the names in my signature:
Calanthe or Calantha
Charis or Cerys
Jiovianne or Jovienne
Haha OP has one post of course this is fake. Should just cut and paste this into the "Nameberry Memes" thread.
Thumbs down. Way down.
The only somewhat-valid argument for a masculine name on a girl, imo, is to help on a resume since there is, sadly, still gender bias against women in hiring. But this...
I love Geneva, Paloma, and the suggestions of Marianne and Esperanza.
Other ideas: Perenna, Nalani, Amoret, Senara, Nuria, Cadenza, Marina, Arden, Avalon, Alida, Carina, Mazarine, Arcadia,...
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