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September 16th, 2013, 02:49 PM
From your list, I think Talia would be the best choice, with Lyla as a runner up.
And for boys, Jasper or Theo.
June 19th, 2013, 11:31 AM
I think popularity of a name is a lot more concentrated which can make it harder to know if you're choosing a name that's too common, since its not always easy to know if you're in a city littered...
Beatrix nn Bix
Tabitha nn Bit or Bitsy
Cornelia nn Neely
Eleanor nn Noor
Felicity nn Flicka
Miriam nn Mimi or Mimzy
Prudence nn Prue or Rue
Veronica nn Nica
Barbara nn Bebe
I love the unexpected Jonquil in the middle!
Since Anoushka is actually a diminutive of Ann, and kind of a pet name for Anouk, I'd go with Anouk and just call her Anoushka around family or something like that. To me, Anouk is beautiful name...
My guess is that (aside from pronunciation issues) its not the ending of Antigone which has people shying away from use, which is, as others have said, is very strong and noble. Its her beginning,...
Grady - its not my style, but I'd like it for someone else
Beckett - I like it but I know 2 already, so I wouldn't use it personally
Knox - I don't mind it, but it makes me think of Angelina Jolie...
Just curious which pairing you thinks works best together.
December 7th, 2012, 10:05 AM
Like many pp's, I don't know of any specific stereotypes for 1 syllable names, but I'd say generally they're more approachable as a name, possibly easier for people to remember after meeting them,...
I go back and forth on Greer. I think its a great, strong, no-frills name, but other times I think its just a bit too abrupt. Mostly I like it though.
Kimber reminds me of the character from the...
My initial reaction is "Ah-loon-ah". Which just makes me want to say "tick" :(
I keep seeing the article and wondering (and by that I mean hoping) that the baby's name is actually Jameson, and they put Hashtag in front because sometimes people jokingly say "hashtag xyz" when...
I used to live in Russia and a close friend of mine was Irina nn Ira (pronounced like Ear-uh). I thought it was lovely. However, if you want to pronounce it Eye-rah, I think there's going to be...
Both names are unisex, although Tipper is just a nickname for a posh, upper-crust baby
November 9th, 2012, 09:22 AM
I second the suggestions of Dane, Clark, Warren and Hugh.
November 7th, 2012, 03:24 PM
I like the mythology behind the name, but I've never fully warmed up to Artemis. Similar to pp, I'd love to meet one but wouldn't consider the name myself.
As far as Artemisia and Artemisa, I...
I actually think its a nice combination between classic and quirky. I admit as soon as I read Apple, I thought, oo, Frances Plum would be even better
I love Clemence, but find Joelle a little lackluster next to it.
Oh I just love Frances.
My dad is easy, its always Dad, or sometimes if I'm sick or sleepy or he's done something very sweet I'll call him Daddy, although its kind of more of a joke.
My mother is much more complicated, as...
I don't mind Zora, but I much prefer Zara. As far as the nn, Zoe, I guess I don't really see it, it feels a bit forced to me
November 5th, 2012, 08:50 AM
I think the middle is perfect for whimsical names, especially if your baby has a common or classic first name. In fact, this might be my favourite kind of name, and I regularly look for pairings and...
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