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I quite like it, but wouldn't use it myself. Mainly because it's a brand of soap here in Australia, and since my last name is also a soap brand it'd be overkill. Lux is out for the same reason.
September 14th, 2014, 01:33 AM
1) ...is the most unusual? Caspia
2) ...is the most traditional? April
3) ...is the most masculine? Thora
4) ...the most feminine? Elysia
5) ...the most daring?* Echo
August 11th, 2014, 08:46 AM
My husbands name is Craig, pronounced CRAYG. Most Americans pronounce it more like CREG though. Or maybe they misunderstand our Australian accent and think we're actually saying Greg? I'm not sure,...
August 1st, 2014, 06:20 AM
B/B - Bram & Garrett
G/G - Bellamy & Giselle
B/G - Bridget & Griffith
With Campbell, the five I like best from your list are:
I knew a Thirza who wasn't Jewish, so it wouldn't even cross my mind that it might be odd.
I like it as a name, but just remember how long it took me to remember how to pronounce it correctly :)...
My husbands grandmother was a Hilda. She once told us that when we have kids not to get any funny ideas about naming them after her, as she hated her name. Funny to think it might come back into...
May 29th, 2014, 06:19 AM
How about (hopefully no repeats)
May 29th, 2014, 06:00 AM
Adrianne, Aubrey, Emma, Gabrielle, Hannah, Heather, Imogen, Isabel, Isla, Jennifer, Juliet, Laura, Merida, Natalie, Willow, Wren
I think it's really pretty looking and sounding, but I wouldn't use it personally.
Laeolie has a really pretty sound and goes well with Arcadia (which I'm loving at the moment!) but the spelling is really difficult. I think people would struggle even when you try spelling it for...
May 27th, 2014, 06:52 AM
Love: Violet, Bridget, Sophia
Like: Jane, Serena, Genevieve
Lose: Hazel, Lydia, Tatiana
Violet, Bridget, Sophia, Jane, Serena, Genevieve, Sable, Andi, June
May 27th, 2014, 06:48 AM
I love Brannon, which could work :)
I second this - it's a real favourite. There are lists, which can be interesting, but I really love looking up my favourite names and exploring the suggested brother/sister names for further...
May 18th, 2014, 01:24 AM
May 18th, 2014, 12:58 AM
Eleni feels good with Azula and Indira. It's another (but different) vowell name, same number of syllables, but the "i" ending and sound make it different enough from it's sisters...
Zoe Michelle feels a bit fresher at the moment.
I never thought I'd be saying that about Michelle, but it makes a nice difference to the super popular Isabelle and her many variants.
May 18th, 2014, 12:45 AM
I was going to say the same. It's reasonably common here in Australia, enough so that I would never use it. Which is a shame, as it's charming name otherwise.
May 15th, 2014, 08:26 AM
Pronunciation would make a difference for me. El-ess-ar feels more feminine because it reminds me of Alyssa etc, whereas El-ess-ar feels more masculine because it reminds me of Alistair or Alastor. ...
Hadley Marie - I love Hadley
Another vote for spunky Beatrix!
If it's the Bea part that you love, would you consider just using that? Then you don't have to decide, and Bea still works well for all ages.
May 15th, 2014, 07:32 AM
To me, Wilder feels out of place next to Everett and Quentin. And Maebry for that matter. Personally, I'm crushing on Everett so Everett Gray is my favourite name. But with Maebry, I love Quentin....
1. A name of a girl that loves the forest. She would spend her summers camping under the start on the forest floor, and painting and collecting leaves.
May 15th, 2014, 06:53 AM
I really like Ember :)
Possible "air" names
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