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Same here. I am from the UK x
Obviously the Hitler connection but also I read it as a-dolphin. Not good
We are looking for girls names suggestion. Our first born is The@ F@e.
We like names with positive/religious meanings (we are Christians), a vintage feel, easy to say/spell and it...
December 31st, 2013, 08:48 PM
Leia - lay-her. Same with Alaya (and the variations)
Ima - depending on the surname
Iona - I have a friend who wants to call his future daughter this, his surname is Cox.
I used to get called...
December 31st, 2013, 08:31 PM
I feel the same way.
I think the issue is more about a name ageing well with the child than it being "cutesy"
There are some names that I struggle to picture on adults, these are often...
To me naming your son Moses is as normal as naming them David. Just a strong biblical name.
Xerxes is the name of the king in the book of Esther (another biblical name)
I suppose they do seem...
December 10th, 2013, 01:03 PM
I know a Raphael called Rafi/Raphi
Makes more sense to me than Ralphie what is a completely different name
Are Thea and Celia too close?
October 7th, 2013, 04:36 PM
This pretty much sums up how I feel. I don't see why anyone would use a name that is going to cause offence. Cohen is a very important name for a lot of Jews. Using it as a first name is vastly...
Thank you very much :)
Sat down with Hubby last night and went through the list of suggested names. Will post a list of names he liked tomorrow.
We think we have decided on a boys name, Barnaby Vincent
I love this name but surname begins with M, not sure how I feel about alliteration.
I really like Josie but I already know 2 Josie's in my town.
I like Pearl as a middle.
Milly and Tilly are out because of surname.
We have just found out we are expecting #2. It took us months to pick Thea's name so we think we should start thinking about #2's name ASAP.
- We like unusual but easy to say/spell names with a...
September 19th, 2013, 05:25 PM
Some children have made me fond of certain names because I got on well with the children. And so for children who I didn't get on with.
I named my daughter a name I had never heard on a child so as...
Dd was born 7months ago, so we are beginning to think about names for possible future babies.
#1 is Thea Fae
Names we like so far
Henrietta (nn Hetty)
Aurora (nn Rory)
September 15th, 2013, 04:02 PM
Noa Grace is lovely! I'm not usually a fan of Grace as a middle because it is so often used as a filler but here it works to feminise what sounds like a unisex/masculine name
September 15th, 2013, 03:21 PM
Brise like Elise
September 11th, 2013, 05:04 AM
Maisie could work at a nickname for Maeve
September 11th, 2013, 05:01 AM
Theon instead of Edward?
Id pronounce it Len-ah (like Helena). But I wouldn't be surprised if people pronounced it Lay-na (like Elena from vampire diaries)
DH has suggested Hettie. I think it may be too nickname-y.
We named DD The@ because we didn't like any of the long form and we would have shortened it anyway. But we always knew The@ was a stand...
Maple - Mae
Easter - Ettie/Essie
Thanks for the suggestions so far.
Hubby likes Nora
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