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I've never met a Joy, so I can't say if it's dated or not. At my work I see a lot of names and it seems there isn't really an certain age range that I see Joy belonging too, they tend to vary. It's a...
I think Poppy is usable no doubt, I have a cousin who named their daughter Poppy and even though we called our Grandfather on that side of the family Grandpop, or even Grumpop's, but Pops and Poppy...
December 11th, 2014, 04:58 AM
Saoirse, Guinevere and Tara
Clover Amity and Waverly Joy
Fable Marceline and Joy Esmeralda
Theobold- mostly because of the spelling
Oswin- too doctor who/masculine?
Poet- although I'd feel fine using Fable as a first name
Sonnet- I worry about the
Sunny- as a full name
Magnolia is so pretty, I reminds me of the trees which are so beautiful.
December 9th, 2014, 04:26 AM
Imogen Plum, Imogen Echo, Imogen Story- Imogen works well with so many of the names
Juliette Vale, Juliette Fable
Gwendolyn Berry, Gwendolyn Bay, Gwendolyn Fern
Luella Clover, Luella...
December 9th, 2014, 04:11 AM
You could look into greek mythology as inspirations, looking at name info on nameberry Zeus and Trojan could work.
My friend chose to honour her Grandfather but when the baby was a girl she used...
December 7th, 2014, 03:20 AM
Marita- I love Marita, it sounds refreshing and happy 8/10
Arminta- I'm not overly fond of 'Ar' names myself but it would be lovely to see this name used 5/10
Genevieve- I really love the English...
I like my name it's short, sweet and easy to spell. With my difficult surname it helped to have at least one name where people didn't misspell it horribly or just avoid saying my surname altogether...
Otter? Otto? I'm having trouble coming up with any else, there is Lottie but like Ellie is sounds more like a nn for a girl.
You could always use intials, E.J or E.D and call him Ed.
Violet- after Violet from Coronation Street and The Incredibles if I remember correctly
Ted- to honour my Grandad
December 7th, 2014, 12:24 AM
My name is Tara, I was born in the 90's when the name had been down trending for quite a few years (maybe a decade) but during school I happened to have 2 friends with the same name. Though I haven't...
Clover, Esther, Fern, Fable, Violet, Joy, Amity, Monet, Sonnet, Poet, Garnet, Seble, Willow, Bell, Malou, Milou, Lark/Larkin, Chloe, Elodie, Haven, Honor, Ivy, Jasmin, Laurel, Juno, Niamh, Io,...
I know both a Sally-Anne and an Anna-Louise.
Asher Keddie is an actress in Australia, I know far to many Ashley's whole are male and female that I feel most Ash names can be worn well by either gender, though I do prefer Ashton on a boy. I...
Kirin is a brand of beer and cider from Japan. I would expect it to be a boys name as it sound like Keiran, but the spelling also looks like it could work for a girl being similar to Karen and...
November 24th, 2014, 05:11 AM
November 23rd, 2014, 05:05 AM
Like you I only know one set of twins who share the same letter- Jaime (g) and Jody (b)
The other sets I know: Alannah and Robbie, Peter and Jennifer, Craig and Ryan, Jessica and Ricky, David and...
Thank you everyone for your awesome suggestions, you've given me alot of names to look at. Some stand-outs include: Opal, Maybelle, Millicent, Enid, Esther, Maple, Thea, Joyce, Gwendolen, Geraldine,...
November 22nd, 2014, 10:50 PM
I lived in a housing estate in Southern England, alot of the girls from my school named their daughters Kayla and variations of Kasey as well as other parents i the area, I'm around 22 now and was...
November 22nd, 2014, 10:38 PM
November 21st, 2014, 07:09 PM
Zosime, Artemis, Beatrix
November 21st, 2014, 06:58 PM
In the UK I heard a lot of Lily-May's, Evie-May's, Kasey's, Kayla's and Madi's around for girls, Mason, Bailey, Alfie, Jackson, Riley and Jayden for boys. 3 years after moving a lot more Esme, Oscar,...
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