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October 24th, 2014, 06:16 AM
Eloise Violet got my vote. She's great, and I think Eloise flows and fits better than Leonie with Adeline - not entirely sure why that is though.
October 21st, 2014, 06:25 AM
October 20th, 2014, 01:40 AM
1. Norah is most definitely an appropriate female substitute for Norman. It's not too far of a stretch at all. Norah is a lovely name.
2. It's not weird at all to use a namesake. It gives the name...
Here are a few that fit a similar style to the names mentioned...
I prefer Ronan to Harri myself, and also, I think that Ronan Harri flows much better than Harri Ronan, as the latter seems to become quite R-heavy. I too think that Ronan fits better with Freya and...
October 19th, 2014, 04:48 AM
My vote went to Corinthia as I think Philippina and Corinthia would make a fantastic pair. I too like that Corinthia can be shortened to Cora, which is also a lovely name.
I really wanted to go...
I like both, but do prefer Imogene. I like the E on the end as it feels more balanced, and the JEAN sound gives it a great classiness and really grounds it.
My top three C names are Calliope, Ceridwen & Cosima, because they all have such a brilliant musical and somewhat mysterious sound to them, and have a good punch of quirkiness. I also like Capucine,...
October 18th, 2014, 07:07 AM
I'm a big believer in 'their body, their person...their choice' myself, but really, I feel like jackal has expressed so perfectly all that I myself feel that I don't feel the need to add anything...
October 18th, 2014, 06:39 AM
You're list is fantastic - I love your style! Oh gosh, how I would love to be gutsy enough to use Sappho...she's divine. Of the names you listed, I love Gaia Zephyrine, Iris Corinthia, Cosima Noor &...
My first thought was that it was very ostentatious and intensely Greek...my second thought was, well so what - it sounds bloody fantastic?! There's a great musicality to Ariadne Aphrodite that I...
I like Adelaide a lot. I think she's so strong, sturdy and sophisticated, but also sweet with just a tiny touch of spice. There's great potential for nicknames: Lady as a cutesy-fun one, Aleida to...
October 18th, 2014, 05:23 AM
While I like Elowen Mabel a lot, I feel like Mabel might run into your beginning with L surname, and also may sound off in regard to flow, with two two-syllable names (middle and surname) alongside...
October 17th, 2014, 04:58 AM
In my teenage years I really was not a fan of my name at all. My main goal in high school as an extremely shy person and an easy target for bullies was to be invisible...the then obvious association...
Mazarine Charlotte Eden
Saffron Jane Calliope
Rhiannon Leigh Noelle
Seraphina Francis Olivia
Rowan Stella Mazarine
Noa Calliope Rose
I love Saffron Jane Calliope & Noa Calliope Rose!
Olympia is gorgeous! It makes me happy to see it at the very top of someone's list. My vote for combo went to Olympia Ruby as I love the sound of it - gorgeous! Olympia needs something simple with a...
^ I think Freya Winifred would flow best with a single syllable middle, but one that has a bit more punch/interest than Ann, you know? The first two that ideas that came to my mind were Freya...
Honestly, my dream family would be just one, a daughter who if (hypothetically) came tomorrow would be named Ariadne Sunniva. I don't know, maybe I would go for another if I desired when Ariadne was...
I prefer Freya Winifred as I don't think Ann adds anything to it. I prefer Claudia Ivy Jane as I like the flow and Jane seems to ground the combo a bit more.
I don't see any issues with a second...
October 14th, 2014, 07:19 PM
Elena & Valentina got my votes - they're lovely names that work beautifully together. Of the middles, I love Eva, Iris and Carmen.
The newest additions to my long list are Carmilla, Caspia, Cora, Freyde, Lucasta, Lykke, Melusine, Minka, Mircalla, Nyx, Vivienne, Zephyrine, Zivania & Zyanya - all I like a lot, though not...
October 14th, 2014, 06:14 PM
I prefer Iris myself. The flowers are lovely, the Mythology and meaning of 'rainbow' are brilliant, and I like the eye connection too - 'the eyes are the window to the soul'.
Iris Vivienne would...
October 14th, 2014, 06:01 PM
I'm not a fan of Lorraine at all. I'm afraid I am totally on your Mum's side of things as I find it incredibly dated, and can only seem to see it working well on someone over fifty. Lorraine's on on...
They're all nice names, and you're very lucky to have three of his favourites crossover to yours. I definitely like Athena best of the bunch; Vienna's my least favourite (of his and yours).
Though typically I prefer I's to Y's in names, in this case I don't. I prefer Sylvia (though I greatly prefer Sylvie) because to my the Y and V together somehow work to give the name much more of a...
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