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I know brothers called Jonah and Noah. Never thought much of it, to be honest!
My favourite French name is Nadege.
September 21st, 2014, 06:29 AM
I like Hudson best.
Hudson Ray sounds good. Thompson and Jackson are both too surnamey for me; I end up wondering why the parents didn't just go with Tom or Jack. Whereas Hudson sounds more like...
I think too that I tend to dislike a lot names with B and R (and D) sounds all together as I do think it makes for a heavy name and a lot of the time, to me, they feel aged -- like Brigid/Bridget,...
September 20th, 2014, 01:13 AM
Kinsley is dreadful (sorry). I love Isla, and there would be no problems with mispronunciation in Australia as it's quite popular here. But if that's not the case where you are, go...
I would have said Kuh-JEEN, with the second syllable pronounced like the name 'Jean' in English.
Honestly? I think it's terrible. I went to school with a Roxana, and always felt sorry for her.
My favourite -ana name is Tatiana.
I've never heard anything but Lee-OH-nee here in Australia.
I do like it, but only associate it with older ladies. Nothing wrong with a revival, though!
No. Weird and not cute.
It is fabulous with Jed, and much fresher than Chloe. One of my favourite names.
You are right, he is wrong.
Slightly tacky, and unnecessary.
I don't like it either.
Very dated, very boring, and I don't like any 'ya' names (Sonya, Tanya, Anya).
If I had to, I'd use the Sonia spelling.
I love and adore the name Delia.
I don't find Ruby juvenile at all, and don't really understand where that's coming from, tbh. It's a very old name in its own right. I love it.
That said, I'd prefer Nadia as it's so much less...
August 20th, 2014, 11:52 PM
No, it's awful. It doesn't even sound name-like.
I know a Nettie whose full name is Annette. That would be my first thought, actually.
I absolutely adore it.
The name Lydia is one of my very favourites. I remember sitting next to a woman my age called Lydia at a course I did, about 15 years ago, and deciding it was the perfect...
I am confused.
Do you want your daughter to be called a name that sounds like LAH-nuh or LON-nuh (with a short 'o', to rhyme with Donna)? Because the name 'Lana' *is* pronounced LAH-nuh, isn't...
Philip. The extra 'l' in Phillip looks superfluous to me.
Although the more I read it on this thread, the less I like it (sorry).
This. I strongly dislike Macyn, I'm afraid.
I have wanted to use Lilla since I saw it in a book as a teenager.
Unfortunately, I have nieces/children of close friends called: Ella, Milla and Lily. So that's that. :(
Gosh, Freesia is a fantastic middle name! I just love the Freesia flower so much (best smell ever) that it immediately has beautiful connotations for me.
I am unsure about Edith...as middle names...
I love Imogen.
Reasons? It reminds me of the words 'image' and 'imagine'. It's Shakesperean, and very much has the Viola/Miranda/Juliet vibe. There's something quiet and demure about it; I think...
I think they all sound middle-aged and frumpy.
I much prefer Lila.
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