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Timon, Roan, Satchel, Zenon, Arlo, Bastian, Cabot, Dietrich, Edsel, Gavriel, Hoyt, Milo, Odin, Tinker.
Jet, Maple & Wren, Amity, Cypress, Scout, Sage, Sequoia, Laurel, Nova, Plum, Quest, Rowan, Tallulah, Zelda
Emily & Allegra, Aurelia, Adela, Amica, Imogen, Odetta, Arielle, Callista, Caroline, Rebekah, Sarah, Vivienne, Juliette
I prefer Amara May. Estelle just sounds fussy to me...not a quality you want in a newborn ;-).
Charlie all the way!
Lakey sounds flaky...Laiken is trendy. Lake...no. Luca?
I use Cash-us, but either is correct. Cash is a great nn in either case.
Love your boy name, but I have nothing nice to say about Millie, so I won't say anything.
Nasima (alternately) Nasim--strong, lovely
Both are rather clunky and unattractive, but at least Alberta is an excellent old blues song!
October 29th, 2014, 09:01 PM
Grace Odilia Reverie
Grace Odilia Raphaelle
Great list! I also love Allegra, but paired w/Juliette or Lourdes. Lucinda would be sweet w/Oscar as well.
Not a fan of Kason. Did you make it up? Perhaps Carson or Jason/Mason/Grayson, etc.?
Amadeus is great! I'd use Amadeus Clive or Amadeus Desmond.
The surname is lovely! I'd pick an entirely different fn.
Lovely, vintage French name!!
Pelagie will get you to nn Gigi. It's a French name from the Greek 'pelagros' meaning 'open sea'.
They're very cute--I get the appeal, but I'd prefer them as nicknames for Paloma and Wenona, perhaps.
I prefer Rowan for girls, Ronan or Roan for boys--but definitely pronounced roan like moan...or the roan coloring of a horse, for instance.
Roan is a great name, and not trendy at all. I detest...
Eeks...Mitzi??? Sounds like a Romney kid.
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