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I like the way Halloran sounds
Poll: I would say FAY-lan
I would say FAY-lan
I like Lux.
Possible Names could be: Calixta, Lucasta, Lucretia, Luksa, Calixa, Latika, Linka, Lonnica, Lois, Loxley, Loxo, Lubica, Lucera, Lucresse, Lumikki, Luscinia, Lycaste,
Possible names: Stavra, Stav, Santavia, Sativa, Gustava, Salvatrix, Silvestra, Sevita, Sylvette.
I think Stevie is fine on it's own if you can't find a name you like.
Romy and Gus sound good together:
Other ways to Romy: Ramona, Romola, Rosamond, Andromeda, Harmonia, Primrose, Romana, Hermione, Clarimond
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Cinta, Cinty, Jinty, Jinta, Jace
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I searched "protect guard guardian" at behind the name
Some of the names:
I know an "ellen-ah" who spells it Elena.
I would say mil-uh, as the only girl with that name I have come across said it that way.
Jenezmae looks like someone decided to make a rhyming name for Renesmee with a different spelling.
I thought boy.
May 24th, 2013, 08:33 AM
Maybe use Lion as a nn for Lionel?
I remember reading book where the main character was called Hildy, later on it turned out her full name was Hildegarde, I thought it was interesting and I kind of like it.
I've only ever met people named Elena who said el-en-uh, that's how I'd say it.
All I hear is garden rose.
I know 3 boys named Louis, 2 of them saying it like Lewis, one using the nn Louie. The other pronounced it Louie but ended up being called Lewis as a nickname. If I saw Louis on paper I would guess...
Conrad or Cadmus maybe...
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