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My absolute favourite is Nova! This name is just so cute and spunky while still being pretty and feminine - it would definitely be my choice.
I also really like Elspeth, Nell, Agnes and Hattie!
Fenella was my first thought!
I have always loved the name Christina - I think it is classic and classy and feminine. It's easily recognisable but not really popular, so basically I think this name has a lot going for it but I...
As others have said I prefer Caoimhe but Keeva is probably a better spelling if you live outside of Ireland. I think it's a great way to honour a Kevin and if you go with the Keeva spelling then the...
April 13th, 2014, 02:33 PM
Well Catherine is my favourite name ending in those letters but not the same sound.
Jessamine (again different sound)
Oh and Clara - I forgot about that one but I think Elena, Nina and Clara sound brilliant for sisters.
I love Elena and Nina - beautiful names!
How do you pronounce Maliyah?
I think they are very close (depending on how Maliyah is pronounced) but you could get away with it if Maylee is the name you love.
Manu is a really cool name. I do think it sounds a bit nicknamey next to your girls' names though. Even though Emmanuel is longer than your daughters' names I think it does fit well with them.
It's actually a very nice name and I don't see anything wrong with it at all - I don't really like the Aiden spelling though, Aidan looks a lot better to me.
2 or 3 - preferably a mix of boys and girls.
Name wise either:
Blair, Roderick (Roddy) and Catherine or Blair, Catherine and Julia
April 9th, 2014, 09:58 AM
Also I really like Finn and Thane for first names.
April 9th, 2014, 09:56 AM
My favourite is Caleb Hart - I also think that's the least out there, that's not the reason I prefer it though I just tend to like shorter simpler names and most of your other combos are a bit long...
Hello all you lovely Berries!
I've finally got round to putting something in my signature and I realised that my boys' names and girls' names seem to follow different styles.
By looking at the...
I agree with several of the other posters that some boys names that have been taken over by girls it would be great to see used for boys again - one of my absolute favourite boys' names is Courtney -...
My friend has a 3 year old son named Angus and he makes me love it. Even if it wasn't for that I'd still really like it - it's a very strong, handsome name and it's not over-used!
My favourites are Calder Graham and Sienna Mary.
I'm more concerned about names being easy to understand and pronounce than names always being spelled correctly. My name is Rachel and even members of my own family spell it Rachael and you wouldn't...
April 5th, 2014, 08:02 AM
I chose April - I have loved this name for a long time and would definitely use it. I also really like November as a guilty pleasure - for a girl!
I think I met a Gemini once - or heard about one. I think it could quite easily work as a name given it's similarity to Gemma and Jemima.
Here are my suggestions - sorry for repeats!
March 31st, 2014, 11:42 AM
Faye - This is my favourite spelling but I do also like Fay - one of my favourite names.
I had to do a top 6 and even that was hard! I love so may of...
I think both are absolutely fine! Is the child called April the one with the middle name you like or is that someone else? In the first case I think using the same middle name may be a bit much - but...
Ariane/Arianne is the only form I've ever heard on a person. One girl (Ariane) was French, but the other (Arianne) was Scottish. I've also heard of a couple of other Ariannes who are British.
I love the name John, but I too feel that Jackson John isn't a great match - Jackson Henry would be better.
I think that pretty much all the other names in your signature would be great with John...
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