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Actually Nadine is French. We chose because Clarisse is French as well, and both have two syllables with the second syllable stressed.
I've never heard it related to Arabic before and that is...
I have thought about this before. I would totally use anagrams for any twins. I love the idea and, as a twin myself, I also love the idea that the names match but are not "matchy".
In any case, I...
As much as I adore Tabitha here, I think that Willow Freida is superb and matches in the sibset very well!
I quite like Sasha. Willa too, for that matter. I think it works well and is not necessarily and expected combo, but there is no clashing.
However, if your heart is set on A or B, consider these:...
I think Cordelia fits perfectly well with the other names on your list. Coco also works well as a nickname. I personally prefer Cordi or Delle, but Coco matched the nickname choices of the other...
My husband and I have settled on a name for our girl due in a few months.
The problem? Apparently my family doesn't like the name Nadine!
We purposely have been letting people know what name...
I quite like Elsa and Gretel, though I slightly prefer Greta, because it seems to have a little more energy in it.
In any case, the names are clearly honoring and they match well. Go for it!
I think Zinnia is a lovely name. It is unexpected, yet normal. Floral yet solid.
I quite like it.
Floral names are all the rage right now, so it definitely fits in.
I am a huge fan of the...
Iris Amelia Young
Iris Daniela Young
Iris Marie Young
Iris Eleni Young
Iris Victoria Young
Iris Opal Young
Iris Juliet Young
Iris Helena Young
Iris Gaila Young
Iris Nevena Young
It works technically.
I am not a huge fan of Penn, because I knew one and he was the typical country-club, stuck up type. His name just suited him really.
However, David as a brother seems to...
I would go with Mari (for Marilyn) and Lee as middle names. They fit perfect with Jo, and pairing them with any name in your style is bound to match with Stella Jo fantastically.
I like Ruby...
I quite like the suggestions of Davis and Anders for the OP.
Well, Julian and Carson really ARE different!
I have a soft spot for Julian as my husband is Julius. I think it is incredibly handsome. However, I know my style is not universal. ;)
I couldn't decide between Olive and Talullah for a sibling, but went with Talullah because Posy and Tilly is an adorable sibset!
see-moan or zhee-mohn... which are pretty much the same thing, except one has a more pronounced French accent.
Quite quirky and fun. I like it.
I like it. I don't know about the county as I live in NY. But, I think it works and the pronunciation is not that hard to decipher.
I have no problem with long names. My daughter has one, and our LO on the way will too.
I think it depends on how significant those names are.
Personally, it looks like you actually chose two...
I think it sounds fine, though I agree with the poster that Lily Allaire (one L) would make it a little lighter.
Tabitha is such a gem though, that I feel like Lillian might be a tad too trendy...
Fenton sounds strange to me. Possibly because there is an old prominent family in my town with the name and they have a Fenton Museum, etc.
Fintan though - very classy and cute as a name. I much...
Agreed. That was my first thought, but I saw it posted so I didn't bother listing it.
Remy Sebastian Lee is a fantastic pairing though.
I love Remy!
We considered it ourselves, but are going with Loic.
Remy Loic Lee would be cute though.
Remy Oliver Lee
Remy Maxwell lee
Remy Gawain Lee
Remy Marcel Lee
With such a multi-syllable first name, I would go with a mono-syllable middle. Here are a few options:
Dominic Andrew Thaddeus James
Dominic Garrett Thaddeus James
Dominic Quinn Thaddeus James
Dominic Kyle Thaddeus James
Dominic Jonah Thaddeus James
Dominic Gracin Thaddeus James
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