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I think I prefer Elowen. It is nature themed like Kai and Arlo. To me, because this name is for a girl and not a boy, the elaborateness of it doesn't even factor.
October 17th, 2014, 01:12 PM
I prefer Elowen Aoife Rose. It flows better than Elowen Arrow Eve. I don't like Eve tacked on the end.
Esme is a name that I always liked but recently started to LOVE. It is my #2 girl name now. I think it has a beautiful meaning and a great sound.
We don't have the same style so a few of the names you listed I didn't really like. But I did come up with combos!
Marlena Kate (Marlie)
I view Lauren as a classic name. I am a Lauren and I've met about 4 during my life. I would not lump it with Tiffany, Jennifer, Ashley, etc. Although, it might just depend on where you live.
Love Amara! The only meaning I know is the one listed here on NB.
My future niece-in-law is named Amara. She is sweet, spirited, outgoing little girl.
It did used to say beloved. I remember because I listed it under names I like for their meanings. "Maiden" wouldn't make the list haha, and it had the same meaning as Esme.
September 26th, 2014, 03:15 PM
I think Amila Starr is a great name; it has so much meaning for you.
Definitely go for the Amila spelling.
I really like Amila Starling too. Great name.
September 25th, 2014, 08:55 PM
My fiancé's favourite name for a girl is Maggie. It is a name that I like...I love Maggie Smith. But I'd rather had a dog named Maggie, :D.
I tend to like more outlandish, standout names.
September 23rd, 2014, 08:38 PM
I love Valentina. It such a great name and it works well with Stella. I hate the nickname Tina as well! I love the nn options of Valley and Teeny (I love Now and Then).
If you like Mariana, would...
September 23rd, 2014, 01:47 PM
I've decided I like the idea of my children having middle names that start with the letter A.
Read the title of the thread and thought "Ugh that stupid Netflix show."
Besides that, it does come off as a very gloomy name.
I like it is a very chic, sophisticated name. I don't normally like Nina but it pairs really well with Fleur.
I think it is a pretty easy name to pronounce. I picture a suburban girl with blond hair, she is nice and bubbly, maybe plays softball or is a cheerleader haha. I personally wouldn't use it because...
I love Petra Simone! It is very chic and sophisticated. I love Minerva but I don't like it with Petra for some reason. :/
I think it's a great nickname. My all time favourite perfume is Jo Malone and I loved Jo March in little women so I am a bit biased. :) I like it short for Josephine or Josefina.
Annika is my favourite. Annica looks misspelled and I prefer Anina to Annina.
August 17th, 2014, 03:27 AM
I love the band, but when I hear that name all I think of is the band...and Star Wars.
It is a pretty uncommon name. But not out-there crazy. Cute nickname options as well, like Annie or Nora.
I have an Uncle Philip and my brother's middle name is Philip. My mom and grandma saw Philip is a first name and Phillip is a surname. Phillip is the first spot looks strange to me.
I voted for Josephine because I love it. But all of the names are great!
Dahlia Dee (I love alliteration but I lots don't.)
August 4th, 2014, 08:23 PM
Wow, I love Foxglove in the middle spot!
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