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What does Myla mean? I can't seem to find a meaning for it? :)
Myla Victoria (meaning victory)
Myla Berenice (bringer of victory), origin Greek
Myla Bahram (victory over resistance), origin...
February 18th, 2014, 03:02 PM
Can I suggest the spelling Bluebelle instead? Bluebelle to me is reminisent of Anabelle, or Mirabelle, but still has the hippy dippy off beat charm.
Personally I like
Bluebell/e Elizabeth or...
I love Briar. It's one of those names that seems vintage and modern at once.
I think because I use the word "harp" mostly to mean nag, as in "please don't harp on me to finish the dishes!"; for...
I like the suggestions of Coralie, Lyra, and Fiona. Jacqueline is actually my first name, and I love it! But I don't think I'll be naming this little one after me. :)
For some reason names like...
I've known too many women named Marianne/ Marian, Vivian/ Vivienne (also irrationally and but intensely dislike the nn Vi, also why Violet is off the table); Helen, and Caroline for me to consider...
Honestly I love Olivia, Elizabeth, and Sophia. However in the state I live in Sophia is number 1 in popularity. With more baby girls being born with the name every year. Likewise Olivia which is...
Also anything with Rose in it is out. His sister in law is Rosanna, goes by Rose. While we both love her, we don't really want anything with Rose in it as it just seems like someone else's name. If...
Elsie is a diminutive of Elizabeth, the same way Betsy is. Both names stray fairly far from their original though.
My suggestions are
Eilis- Irish form of Alice
Elin- Scandinavian form of...
Currently 13 weeks pregnant, and trying to broaden my name choices. Currently the top pick for a girl is Isadora, both my husband and I like it; though we (and especially he) is not 100% sold. Any...
January 7th, 2014, 10:01 AM
I don't think Spencer is in any way a crazy choice for a girl. It's a surname, and like all surnames is inherently unisex. I'm not apposed to having names cross gender lines in general though.
Personally I love it for a girl. Absolutely love it.
I've known way three girl Tristans, all of whom really like their name. I've known a ton of girl Ashleys, Kellys, Carys, Kimberleys etc. All...
Aurelia Eloise is a lovely name. No gilding the the lily there. A very pretty name. :)
Mila Kunis's full name is Melina. Milla Jovovich was born Milica. I am sure there a ton of ways to get a Mila. :)
Personally I love Ruby Rose, I like alteration with names though.
Ruby and Opal would be my first pick for a set of little girls. Opal is very similar in feel to Ruby, even has the same number of...
December 24th, 2013, 04:06 PM
Elsa is my favorite. I also love Lizzie too, it reminds me of Pride and Prejudice. Eliza is also such a nice nn. Elizabeth is just full of classics!
December 23rd, 2013, 08:51 PM
Can I suggest Kitra for a full name for Kit? Not as frilly as a Katherine, but still has a nice meaning and history.
Noa seems like a good fits as well.
I love Rue as a name. Is it really...
December 23rd, 2013, 10:14 AM
I've known three Johannas and two Joannas. All of them pronounced the name Jo-anna. That is how I would pronounce it if I just saw it spelled. However it's not that big of a difference in...
December 23rd, 2013, 09:59 AM
First off I am very sorry to here about your young friend. Elena is a beautiful name and Lillian Elena I think goes very well together.
You could call him Ames (pronounced Aims). I think Brody is a fine nickname as well. I really love the elegance of the full name though! :)
Electra in mythology plotted and helped murder her mother Clytemnestra. Her mother had murdered her father,Agamemnon because he had in turn killed Iphigenia, Electra's sister, and Clytemnestra's...
December 17th, 2013, 07:14 PM
Personally I love Paradox. It's a word that oozes with intelligence and mystery.
Symphony is another of my favorites. Along with Aria and Rhythm.
In the natural word I love Opal, Cypress, Ivy,...
It's actually surprising to me that Nameberry would have the error of saying this is French for lion! It's a homophone for how you say Lion in French but defiantly no the same word.
Mira is such a beautiful gem of a name. I'm glad you chose it!
I agree that Mira Jane reminds me of Mary Jane. I love Mira Grace though.
Personally I'd love to suggest Mira Sophia.
Google is your friend for questions like these!
However I did want add my two cents. Lyon is NOT French for Lion. Lion is French for Lion.
The city of Lyon took it's name from a Gaelic name...
Personally my vote is for Soren Pasha. Which I think is a very strong, attractive, and all together amazing name. I have only known one Soren in my life, and he was tall dark and handsome, while also...
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