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Amos - sounds too similar to anus and it makes me think of the cuckold husband in Chicago
Ezra - nms, too biblical, but I do like its sound
Caius - not a fan, sounds like Pius
Fintan - prefer...
Tried to find a recent thread to post this on, but there wasn't one so I made a new one. Hope nobody minds. I have always loved the name Darcy for a boy, but have had a hard time picturing it on a...
Thanks for all the replies! My favourites of the ones suggested:
Jethro Malcolm/Jethro Dashiell
Barnaby John/Barnaby Arthur
Lionel Tobias/Lionel Rupert
Leonard - A bit too "old-man" to me, I prefer Leopold or Lionel
Hartley - Too trendy for me
Isaac - I like it, but I don't love it
Lennon - Nice if you're a fan of the Beatles, otherwise it's a...
April 18th, 2014, 10:53 AM
The one thing I do not like about my name is that it is very popular. There was always another Sophie in my class - at one point they were 5 including me! That's why I prefer uncommon names.
I automatically say Lay-duh, but prefer the Lee-duh pronunciation. It's pretty, but is close to names like Layla, Lila etc... that are very trendy right now.
You did ask for butchering... (hope I don't offend anyone, they are all lovely names with their original spellings!)
Emily - Ehmuhleygh
David - Daevvyd
Holden - Holedynn
Samara - Sammarrhah...
My nephew is called Tristan! He's about 5 now, I think. His middle name is Denzel, but I don't think that's your style, lol. I love Tristan Lucius or Tristan Wulfric from your list.
Very difficult to pick just one, but, right now, it would probably have to be Helen "Nell". Variants of the name are very prevalent throughout my family tree, so I feel using the root name, Helen,...
The only Jade I've ever known was a girl, but I never really liked her lol and I see it as quite dated considering she would be in her early twenties now. I like Jade for a boy, it feels fresh and...
I don't have kids, but I can remember some things I did as a kid. When I was a baby, Mum must have left the nappy cream where I could reach it, because I smeared it all over myself and the sofa! I'm...
Ellen-uh sounds like someone trying to say Helena but dropping their Hs. El-lay-nah is how I've always pronounced it.
Which of these middle names would you pair with my top 5 first names for each gender?
Boys Top 5:
I'm quite worried about some of these posts. Elijah, Maximilian, Connor for girls?! I HATE boys names on girls; this trend keeps up, and there will be no boys names left safe to use without getting...
Congrats! Martha is my #1 girls name, so classically beautiful but also cute and spunky!
I love Roman. A better association than Roman Polanski is the alien boy on new series Star-Crossed. As a little boy he was very cute, then he grew up into a sexy, mysterious and brave teenager, so...
Love Lissie so much! My favourite full names for it are Elisabeth (though I love Libby more!) and Felicity. I also like pp's suggestion of Liesel x
Tee-air-ah. I agree that it's too close to tiara, so it feels like you're trying too hard, sorry. An alternative could be the beautiful name Téa (pron. tay-uh) x
Wilfred is a personal favourite of mine. I prefer the nickname Wilf, but Will could work just as well.
Definitely a BOYS name!
I find Sloan a bit pretentious on either sex, but I much prefer it on a boy than a girl.
April 2nd, 2014, 02:55 PM
Beckett, by far. I love the nicknames Beck and Kit! Brady is too Brady Bunch! x
So happy to see a little boy Cassidy! I love this name, has such charm and spunk! Congrats on the little munchkin, he has an awesome name!
April 1st, 2014, 02:20 PM
@augusta_lee - River Amadeus is absolutely gorgeous!!! Both names are on my GP list. I don't know whether it is beautiful, but I love the name Jethro, it is soft, but strong and masculine.
Layton looks off, Leighton works better. But I really dislike this name on a girl, to me it's a boys name! I also agree that giving a girl a name with the word "lay" in it could lead to unwanted...
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