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May 28th, 2015, 01:31 AM
Some spur of the moment combos here:
Endymion Wilde & Aloysius Fox
Persephone Solenne & Rosetta Florentine
May 27th, 2015, 04:12 PM
I really like Solitaire for girls but that's just not going to happen. Also some of the over the top frilly names like Ophelia, Dionysia, Forsythia, Parthenia.
For boys it's mostly between nature...
Dashiell Rowan - neutral on Dashiell but I like Rowan, an unexpected combo, not bad
Beckett Alexander - Beckett is newly on my radar and I really like it, especially with the classic Alexander...
I think Alira Charlotte goes best with Calla Evangeline, Celia Grace, Violet Elizabeth, Bennett William, Everett Foster, and Marshall Elliot.
Adelaide Faith - I like this a lot though I prefer Addy to Lady as a nn
Arden Rose - I prefer Arden for a boy, but Rose makes it sound very romantic and lovely
Aurora Juliette - a bit frilly for my...
May 26th, 2015, 09:49 PM
Ooh how fun!
I would like to see a boy's entry made for Briar. It's a strong-sounding nature name and even one of the namesakes in the girl's entry is male.
Evren - a unisex Turkish name meaning "cosmos", it...
May 26th, 2015, 06:38 PM
I've seen Eirlys, Nerys, and Adeia before, and I think they're usable. My only issue with Eirlys is its similarity to "airless".
I really like the sound of Nevra and Idelle, and they also seem...
A lot of unisex names like Everly, Emerson, Finley, Arden, Harley, and Sawyer, that people seem to be seeing as "feminine" names now, honestly sound 100% male to me. Several of them, including...
I like the sound but it does seem like a made-up version of Ireland to me. I wasn't sure when I saw it if it was pronounced IRE-lyn or EE-reh-lyn, but I'm guessing IRE-lyn?
I'm not used to putting together two middles, so sorry if these aren't any good, but let's see what I can do with Hawthorne.
Hawthorne Evander Fox
Hawthorne Archer Erickson
Theodore Brooks - Theodore definitely fits in, but Brooks strikes me as more trendy than your other picks
Benjamin Aubrey - I love Aubrey as a boy's name and it is anchored nicely with the classic...
Hmm, I'm not a big fan of Silence of the Lambs but I don't associate Clarisse with it too much, though that is part of the reason I prefer Clarisse to Clarice. Clarissa has been on my list in the...
Thanks for the thoughts and suggestions! I really like:
Clarisse Havana (sounds so romantic!)
Daphne Margot - nms but a good combo
Maya Danielle - like it, sounds very classy
Arielle Seraphina - nice, not my favorite
Jessamy Margot - dislike Jessamy
Margot Everly - I like it but I prefer...
I agree with previous posters, I don't think the show is popular enough or the names rare enough to be concerned about it.
I love all of your names! Azula Rosemary is beautiful. I think Freyja Luna is my favorite of the girls, though that spelling could be a nuisance later on. Freja might be a compromise?
@bedhead Found some old Adele combos I'd saved when I was considering that name:
Yeah... I'd honestly assume Aryan was a way for neonazi parents to sneak their supremacist beliefs into a name more subtly than using Adolf. It is a very lovely sound, but it's unusable imo. Consider...
Yeah, Grey Ambrosia totally sounds like a description. It makes me think of moldy dessert.
Maybe Greta (nn Grey?) or Faye Ambrosia. Or Grey Anastasia or Aurora.
I love Alana. I like Alissa (but much prefer 'Alyssa' spelling) but find Alana a bit more classic and mature.
I am a clearly unbiased fan of the name Mira. :p
This site's search function is very helpful, if you just search for girl names starting with "Mir-" it gives a lot of options. I'd suggest Miranda,...
Also like Hazel Diana and Hazel Juliette.
I'm loving the name Clarisse (nn Clara) but I'm a bit stuck on middle names. What do you think of these combos, and any other suggestions?
May 24th, 2015, 07:13 PM
Monica, I think, when I was maybe 10-12. It seemed somehow exotic (idk how haha) but cute.
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