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May 26th, 2013, 09:08 PM
Adair - Addison, Darius, Drake, Bradley, Andre
Alma -Arlo, Alistair, Aldo, Alaric,
Della - Delphis, Daniel, Elias, Dell, Elson
Cosima - Cosmo, Simon, Simeon, Cormac
Viveca - Vaughn, Victor,...
May 13th, 2013, 08:46 PM
Have you thought of using the names Colette, Cosette or Clemence? They have similar sounds to many names on your list. I especially am loving Clemence nn Cleo recently!
How about Wilder Nate? Other names, based off of both of your lists you might like are:
April 24th, 2013, 12:36 AM
So much awesome feedback. Thanks everyone!
If I were being honest with myself, I feel like the names in which I could see myself using the most, based on familial names and meaning, my "Group C"...
April 22nd, 2013, 09:11 PM
Great to hear the feedback from everyone! I love seeing the groupings that you all put together. In my mind, Group A and Group B have such different feelings, that mixing and matching them didn't...
April 22nd, 2013, 12:26 PM
Which grouping of names do you like best? I love them both equally. If you could mix & match, which names would you choose from each group, to create group C (you don't need to include middles if you...
April 19th, 2013, 06:37 PM
A name that came to mind that I think you guys might like is Grant. One syllable, ends in a -t like his sisters, and sounds great with the last name!
Grant Ryan Cleary
Rhett Ryan Cleary
Would you ever use the nn Kip instead of Kit? Kip certainly doesn't read as feminine, and one of my favorite nicknames fro Christopher. Food for thought!
Now Zephyr Finnegan nn Ziggy is one super awesome name! Yes!
You could also do
..to get to Ziggy.
Or just use Ignatius nn Ziggy. That makes...
Yale makes a great brother for Sloane.
Other names you might like:
Sloane & Jett
Sloane & Jude
Sloane & Jack
Sloane & Jeremy
Sloane & Jax
Sloane & Julian
Sloane & Judd
Other great literary names you may consider would be:
April 17th, 2013, 03:12 PM
Elan! Such a strong name! pn eh-LAN.
I love it! Go for it!
Love to help! Glad Silas, Tobias and Boden are all in the running. Knowing your affinity for these names, you may also like
April 12th, 2013, 10:36 PM
I think the reason you like Brynn Elizabeth Hadley so much (besides how pretty all three names are) is the fact that the flow is 1 -4 -2, which is the most ideal flow (syllable wise) out there. As...
April 12th, 2013, 10:31 PM
I also see RAY-den. Aiden with an R.
Perhaps you would like Braden/Braiden better? Maybe even Brody, Caden, Ryder, Ryker, Maverick?
Milo and Lachlan are both great names! I especially love Milo.
The only downside i can see to these two names would be that Astrid would be left out. Milo, Lachlan and Lila are all so L heavy, it...
April 12th, 2013, 10:15 PM
April 12th, 2013, 04:37 PM
Why not just Cy? It worked for Cy Twombly....
April 12th, 2013, 03:58 PM
I feel like if you use the name Harrison, his nickname could very well be Harry, but you could also push for his nickname to be Harris. I see that Harris is also on your list, so if you are really...
Avram seems like a super cool name to me. Not Jewish, but reading the post above me, it seems like it could be a modern take on a traditional name, which is always a positive in my eyes.
Julian & Ronan
Heath & Callum
Hawthorne & Ezekiel (Hawk and Zeke)
Fox & Beau
Macsen & Callum (Mac and Cal)
North & Vale
Otis & Oscar
Isaac & Christopher (Ike and Chip)
Revere & Vaughn...
How about Copeland? Saw that on the homepage today and thought it was so cool.
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