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A name pronounce Uh-lease. Two syllables. I've been spelling it Elyse, but someone mentioned that's pronounced long e sound-lease. Any ideas? Thanks!
Love it, definitely usable in my opinion!
Ophelia Rosalind Clara - Ophelia is such a tragic character in Shakespeare I can't seem to get past it, sorry!
Elliott Caspar Frederick - Love, ever hear of Cas Haley? First runner up on the...
November 14th, 2014, 05:13 PM
If you had to name your baby after a season what would he/she be called? Autumn
If you had to name your baby after a favourite literary character? Josephine "Jo"
If you had to name your baby after...
Bronwyn - Pretty but I dislike obvious nickname Wynnie
Della - Love
Devon - nms, for whatever reason this is always a boys name to me, blame Devon Sawa
Esme - not after twilight for me
I just read about this family who has 12 sons and is expecting their 13th (gender unknown).
I'm presuming each of these names is separate, sorry if you meant 2 combos
Irakli- not wearable in the US given the Iraq conflict it's just too close, in another country could be handsome (no...
October 21st, 2014, 01:57 PM
I prefer Elizabeth with a funky middle. Skylar Stefani is just too much IMO.
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October 19th, 2014, 04:37 PM
Girl: Maeve Margaret or Felicity Jude
Boy: Collin Thomas or James Patrick
What a gorgeous sibset. Tess, Kaia, Jasper, & Jude, just love it! Congratulations!
William is classic and handsome, but very common. If you're okay with him possibly being the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th Will on his team/in his grade/etc. Go for it! If not I love the idea of flipping the...
October 16th, 2014, 12:29 AM
Erin Marie (first born Irish grandchild)
Kristen Marie (they just liked the name)
Gregory Thomas (Gregory after my father, Thomas they just liked)
October 8th, 2014, 11:15 PM
My vote to Aoife. Arrow disrupts the names flow. Good luck!
October 8th, 2014, 01:24 AM
Hudson gets my vote! Charlie, Hudson and Wilder is a great sibset!
If I was a boy I was to be Gregory Daniel. My parents reused the first name when my brother was born in Gregory Thomas.
A friend of mine had several girl and boy names picked out for her first...
Halloran Elliott - ehh, halloran sounds like hollering to my ear
Jonas Theodore - handsome, may go better in a decade or so when Jonas brothers have faded away
Samuel Elias - love it, handsome,...
What about sticking with Nicholas Robert but going elsewhere for a nickname? Nicholas lends itself to the handsome nickname Cole. The Nicholas variants suggested are also great!
Adair Elowen - 5/10
Adalyn Faith 5/10
Iris Magdelen 8/10
Lila Romilly 8/10
Leonor Violet 3/10 just not a fan of Leonor
Maeve Tallulah 6/10 Love Maeve, not a fan of Tallulah
Don't like it, at all. Not even close to a unisex name. She'll pull it off because of her celebrity status but in the "real world" I don't think it would fly.
Harris as a nn for Harrison. You could also go with the last syllable and call him Sonny. I think Harrison flows better with Joseph, so it gets my vote. I have also taught several Harrison's which...
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