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I don't think Erik and Mary are at all similar, and definitely not too close for siblings. And I don't think similar sounding names matter as much when it's parent to child. So definitely less...
1. Aurora Nimue
2. Melody Sunniva
3. Leda Melisande
4. Eliza Rosamund
5. Charlotte Romilly
6. Aurora Cecily
7. Belle Seraphina
8. Freya Elysant
9. Freya Cecily
10. Melody Elysia
I say SESS-uh-lee.
1) I say Loo-see-ah, it's the only pronunciation of this name I like.
2) I don't think Lucinda is too heavy for a baby. She won't be a baby forever anyway. I really like Lucinda (and Alcinda), but I...
I like Ella, but the combo itself is popular, and I prefer Victoria as a middle, so I went for Lily Victoria. But I agree with a pp that Ella Victoria would be great.
I immediately thought of Lyra and maybe Fae/Faye.
My feisty favourites:
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I really like Drake Atlas and it sounds great with Leah Alyn.
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I don't think it's too much of a stretch for Georgina or Georgiana (especially if you're saying Georgiana with 4 syllables), and I love Georgiana (with 4 syllables) and Ginnie/Ginny. I think Ginny's...
Definitely Evelyn Jean. I love Evelyn!
It feels more masculine to me. I have Alasdair on my boys list, and Adair seems quite similar.
I actually really like Jane. It's not at all popular (which is great), and it has a lovely vintage feel, refined and creative or artsy (a bit like Beatrice). I feel like it's completely unfair that...
I recently read a book with a character called Della Lee, and my mum has a friend called Del (her full name's pronounced Deh-lee-ma).
My top 10 is:
Pandora- Not sure why I love this so much, it's...
I love Tallulah! And I definitely think it's usable. I'd spell it Tallulah, because I first heard it in Bugsy Malone (my favourite and one of the only musicals I've watched) and that's how it's spelt...
I'm really loving Freya/Freyja. And I love the suggestion of Evelyn. How about:
And a bit more out there:
Matilda is the most popular name on my list. It's been on a decline since 2008, but not by much. It's not very high on my list though, so it's kind of okay. I didn't realise Isla was so popular until...
Caspian & Phoenix
Indigo & August (both boys)
Perseus & Horatio
Caspian & Horatio
Artemus & Ptolemy
Morgana & Rowenna
Ephraim, Wolfgang, & Barnaby (Any of these names together)
Hugo & Lyra...
I've only really got Julian on my list for J boys names. But I quite like Jay, and maybe John (only as a middle). And Josiah is the one of the only -iah names I can stand.
Some are quite out there:
I love Rosemarie (and this spelling)! Rosamund feels a bit heavy, because of the -mund ending.
I've got loads, mostly nature names, some are probably better as middles:
Calluna (botanical name for heather)
Reverie (but that's a bit of a GP)
July 22nd, 2014, 05:21 PM
I prefer Sybil. For some reason Verity doesn't sound quite right to me as a name.
I'd say Ev-ee-AH-na.
DS: Phoenix Arthur Malik
DD: Hazel Chantelle Summer
DS/DS: Artemus Lucian Francis & August Lysander Finn
DD: Saffron Amethyst Wren
DS: Hemlock Jasper Storm
Maeve Josephine. Although I'm not a big fan of Josephine, and I actually prefer Elora and Violet as middles, the combo has a nice flow.
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