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March 13th, 2014, 10:00 AM
I think most are usable, tbh. I personally like:
Gertrude (this is sorta a GP of mine, I know I could never saddle a child with it...
I'm not a big fan. Elizabeth already has a variation which includes Bella (Isabella) and I just don't see the necessity of making up a new name.
Castiel's not bad as those things go, because if he wants, he can just go by Cas. But it is quite strongly linked to Supernatural, IMO.
Thanks for the help, everyone! She's added Sebastian, Solomon, and Soren to her list :)
I love Zilla. It's a shame that, as the Nameberry entry for the name suggests, it'd probably get all sorts of Godzilla jokes :(
I'm trying to come up with some great boys' names for a friend who would like to honour her grandmother, Susan. She's Jewish, and although not particularly religious (so they don't have to be Hebrew...
I love Jean, but I would call it unisex moreso than 'clearly feminine'. Written down it can be confused with the French boy name Jean, and spoken it can be confused with Gene. So I would pair it with...
February 12th, 2014, 09:49 AM
BB Linus and Troy
GG Hilda and ... maybe Ada? I can't decide.
BG Arthur and Minnie
February 12th, 2014, 09:40 AM
I've been thinking about this lately because I have two very favourite boys' names and, as yet, no sons. I think I am going to use them both together should I have a son, because they'd frankly sound...
I have a soft spot for Hilda. So either that or maybe Miranda.
I like the suggestion of Roman, it sort of streamlines Romanus a bit and is probably less likely to get teased.
Kai is quite popular on here, and apparently means 'sea'.
You could go with another...
February 6th, 2014, 11:41 AM
Breaking Bad is/was a big deal in certain circles so you may get people asking if you named Walter after BB, but I don't think they'll assume anything. Declan is a pretty minor character, iirc he...
Poll: Phineas vs Phoenix
Looking for a (perhaps a little quirky) way to give a nod to a Josephine in a boy's name without using Joseph/Jonah/Jonas etc - so looking at the other end of the name!
I like that Phineas lends...
I must be the only person that thinks Phoebe Burrows sounds great. The repeating b sounds really work for me.
Anyway, I concur that as much as I love the name Luna (a lot), you've gotta cross it...
August 29th, 2013, 12:00 AM
I like Milo and Leo best, but think August or Finn works best in the sibset.
I think it's fine. Ginny's not an uncommon nickname for Genevieve, and I think Geneva works at least as well.
August 25th, 2013, 11:57 AM
I like Quinn more for a girl, but I think it's pretty unisex. Also, it's worth noting that the Quinn character on Glee is minor-to-nonexistent now, so it may go back more towards the blue.
e) Merewyn/Merewen - no preference
f) Bronwen/Bronwyn - no preference
g) Millicent/Melisande - these are different names?
Jane is lovely and sweet. I would be real charmed to meet a little girl named Jane.
August 24th, 2013, 10:57 AM
I like Florence better. I know Wren is popular on here but it feels to me like it's trying a bit too hard. Florence is lovely, classic but still feels interesting and you don't hear it everywhere.
I like Philemon, actually, as long as you're okay with the fact that 99% of people will at first a) not pronounce it the way you want and b) call him Phil. But I agree that Amadeus is a bit much with...
I would be confused and think I'd misheard. Then I'd think the person's parents had tried to get a little too creative. Sorry. I do really like Phoebe though.
I voted for Isla Quinn because I'm not real big on India but I do have to admit that I like the idea of a little girl named Indy - are you a nicknamer?
Makes me think of Sex and the City. I'm not a big fan. I don't mind surnames as first names but Smith is so common, and it's basically the quintessential boring name.
I also feel like a boy named...
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