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October 27th, 2014, 07:36 PM
Isobel "Zoe/Belle" Theophania - Theophania was not a name I was really familiar with until a couple of years ago, but when I did discover it, I fell for it hard. It's definitely the most stunning of...
I like Vera as a nickname for Veronica, but Vera can certainly stand on its own if you wanted. Verity is another name that is somewhat similar to Veronica, related through their meanings: "true...
I see Maxine as a bit of a tomboy, who usually prefers going by the nickname Max over her formal name, although she appreciates having a choice when she wants to be seen as more feminine. (Hates...
Well, I think pretty much all of them fit with the other names on your list, but I love Sebastian and Benjamin the best (both in my top ten!), followed by Caleb and Simon. I'm not personally a fan of...
October 25th, 2014, 10:29 PM
My favorite choice was Gwendolyn Rose until you mentioned Gwendolyn Pearl, which I think is a much more striking combo (although by itself, I like Rose more than Pearl). Thus, I ended up voting for...
As you can tell by our children's names, we love this formula, but unlike everybody else who has responded, I love the idea of a common first paired with an unusual middle. I think it's because lots...
October 24th, 2014, 11:25 PM
I totally got that feeling while watching Selfie. It's a modern update on My Fair Lady, so the leads are Henry and Eliza, which is fine. Those weren't the most fashionable names when the characters...
Looks like Nicolai is the clear winner so far! I still don't know if I would be willing to give up on the possibility of a Veronica or a Dominic for it, however... Maybe if the hypothetical Alexander...
In what seems like a never ending quest for a name my husband and I both can agree to use as a middle for our current front-runner for another son, I've discovered that I really like how middles with...
Zoe Alexandra/Alexandrina is one of my personal favorite combos, so obviously I also love Alexandra Zoe! Julia is a pretty name, but I'd rather see a non-a ending name paired with Alexandra, like...
1. Is the name Spring usable? Yes, I think it's kinda cute, although I'm not sure what I would think of a Summer with a daughter named Spring.
2. Have you met a girl named Spring? Yes, I knew one...
October 21st, 2014, 12:54 AM
As someone who has chosen very classic first names paired with more unusual middles for my children, I think the middle spot is the perfect place for a name you absolutely love, but you feel might be...
October 18th, 2014, 01:33 PM
Bolded is my choice
1. Mazarine Francis Noa
OR Mazarine Charlotte Eden?
Sas or Saffy
2. Saffron Ava Rose
OR Saffron Jane Calliope?
October 18th, 2014, 12:06 AM
I really like all of them, but in order of most favorite to least:
October 16th, 2014, 09:39 PM
If it helps, Mae doesn't really mean "bitter". It's a nickname for both Mary and Margaret and, thus, doesn't really have a real meaning on its own. One of the meanings of Mary is "bitter" (although...
Hmm, I think my newest girl name crushes are Asterope and Vespertine. I've loved Vesper for a long time, but seeing Vespertine mentioned several times on here lately has really started making me like...
October 15th, 2014, 11:07 PM
I'm almost always in favor of putting a more formal name on the birth certificate, and Katherine is obviously one of my favorite names, but the -ine endings of both names really bothers me, even if...
October 15th, 2014, 10:56 PM
Out of your poll choices, my favorite firsts are Celestia and Esperanza, but I'm not crazy about the middles Fern and Hazel (which is too much 'z' paired with Esperanza). Maybe Esperanza Willow and...
Agreeing with everybody else that has mentioned Sylvie and Josephine, and I'd also like to suggest Phoebe, Daphne, Marie, Helena, Serena, and Seraphina. If you want a really unusual name, then...
October 12th, 2014, 07:58 PM
Though we didn't end up using it, Catherine Felicity was on a preliminary list when we first started talking about names, and I still think it's a gorgeous combo. Catherine also has the Greek roots...
When I was pregnant with Liam, we didn't know the sex, but revealed our top first name choices for a boy (William) and girl (Catherine) at the baby shower, with the caveat that they were only our...
1. Jane Magnolia
2. Jane Evanthe
3. Jane Isabella
4. Jane Lavender
5. Jane Beatrix
6. Jane Reverie
7. Jane Ottilie
8. Jane Ariadne
9. Jane Providence
10. Jane Demetria
October 12th, 2014, 04:10 PM
Isabelle is my favorite of the first name choices, but I'm not loving it paired with Rose for some reason. Maybe because it makes me think "(It) is a belle rose." I normally don't break Isabelle up...
I would suggest keeping (* means a top favorite):
Jane Magnolia *
Jane Isabella *
Jane Lavender *
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