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October 21st, 2014, 08:11 AM
Boy. I love Lennox and Lennon for boys , but the reality is that surnames are quickly becoming unisex.
I have read in other Nameberry posts that this cyclic fashion is certainly true for Hispanic names -- for example , I have read that Paula, Patricia, and Barbara are currently trending up in usage in...
October 4th, 2014, 08:52 AM
I love it - particularly when paired with a classic sort of first -- Anne, Elizabeth, Cordelia -- just not Mary.
I've been reading a lot in that time period and Kings Osric and Oswald are equivalent in my mind -- with Oswald now getting a lot of fictional and scholarly activity. Just found out I have an...
Oswald is also very Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, being the name of a king of Northumbria who was later made a saint -- St. Oswald. There is a lot of historical interest in him recently with several new...
Boys: Benedict is perfect with your other boys
Alexia -- I prefer the spelling on this.
Annaliese - Anna is very popular, Annaliese is a bit more uncommon. I also like the spellings Annalise and Annelise.
Hope this helps you out!
August 19th, 2014, 08:57 AM
You have beautiful taste in names :) Here are a few combos from your list I've come up with:
Congratulations! I really like Rosalie and Miranda the best, but all of your choices here are very lovely names. Here are a few combos I've come up with:
I think Winter works as a first name just fine! I like all season names in fact; Summer, Spring, Autumn, Winter. Here are some combos that would work with Winter as a first:
Congratulations! Ash and Rose are great names by the way :) Here are some choices for your twin girls:
Daphne and Laurel
Corinne and Cora
Flora and Iris
Roxanna and Estelle
Adeline and Agnes...
Ines - seems more Euro-sophisticate to me.
Camila, Diana, Lidia, Silvia, Gabriela, Catalina, Marcela, Carlotta , and even though they are SO popular , Sofia and Isabel are lovely. I also like Casilda, Magdalena, Beatriz, and Susana, Ines,...
June 11th, 2014, 11:05 AM
Marlowe Quinn and Magdalen Quinn sound great to me - with Geneva, Stella or Estelle as middles or Marlowe Magdalen Quinn -- instead of Lenna, I like the sound of Lanna Quinn --- Congratulations...
Pretty. I like it.
I know someone named Juleen which has a cool Southern vibe/style to me - but Julie or Julia is my preference over Juleigh.
I adore Leonor. It is also one of my favorite names. She sounds like a princess (and IS currently in most of the crowned houses of Europe - as Leonor, Leonore , Eleanore , et cetera) Upper-crust ,...
Susanna is a lovely name! I really like Susanna Pearl and Susanna Eve. I think you should avoid using Rose and Grace for middles because they are very overused nowadays. I also think these may work...
January 25th, 2014, 07:49 AM
Willow is a great name and Belle goes with it very nicely! Noelle is nice too but Belle flows much better. Hope this helps you out!
January 10th, 2014, 10:04 AM
I like both versions . Harvey and Campbell are both great -- but , just be aware that there are a lot of girls named Campbell. Campbell for girls was mentioned in the famous Freakonomics chapter...
October 2nd, 2013, 12:00 PM
Only use it if you spell it Heavenly as the American playwright Tennessee Williams did when he used it (or created it!) for his character in "Sweet Bird of Youth".
September 21st, 2013, 10:46 PM
Casilda should be added! lovely medieval Spanish saint name...
Augusta is a great, strong name with lots of charm! Here are a few names that would go nicely with it:
I would have to pick Felicity. It has a lovely ring to it and matches well with your sibset! Quinn, to be honest, isn't a name I'm too hot on for a girl. Maybe you could make Quinn her middle name?...
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