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Yeah around here Harry=Hairy and Mary=Marry/Merry and Paris=Pairis. I've never heard it said Pahris like Pa Ingles.
Maybe because we have sooooo many different regional accents in America it...
To OP: I like the look of Carys the best. I pronounce it Care-is too because I've only ever read it, not heard it and that is the most instinctual to me. If I were choosing it though I'd spell it...
March 1st, 2014, 03:45 PM
I think it depends on the relationship you have with your sister. I wouldn't use a name if my sister told me she was actually hoping to use it one day, (but I like more than one so it wouldn't bother...
We use to call my cousin Jake the Snake.
February 20th, 2014, 05:08 PM
I like Anna better with Sam, but when I say Anna Claire I hear "an éclair". Maya Jane seems like a good comprise since its the name he likes and the name you like. Is there any other way you could...
Normally names with different syllable counts have a better flow, but I like sound of Kendall Lily Alice the best. But the ends with L begins with L is a little much for me. Charlotte seems too...
February 17th, 2014, 01:30 PM
If it were me (though I don't know how well my name translates) I wouldn't mind if they pronounced it in their language. But my only experience is with my husband's foreign colleagues. Their names...
February 17th, 2014, 01:16 PM
Maybe Hermione is slang, like Jezebel or something.
February 17th, 2014, 12:56 PM
Based on the gender I first heard these names on:
Juno-- Girl. From the movie.
Kieran-- Boy. Someone I used to work with.
Rory-- Boy. From 8 Simple Rules.
Carson-- Boy. Carson Daly
I agree with thatkathryngirl. I think the first time most people heard the name was on the iPhone so you will probably get, "Like the iPhone?" often. Even from people without an iPhone because of all...
My cousin's sons have the same middle name. Its also their father's middle name. It doesn't seem to bother them. So if you really want to give this boy the name you love too why not make James his...
Burton Guster...sorry not very helpful, but I'm a huge Psych fan.
February 13th, 2014, 05:48 PM
Margaret or Margot
February 13th, 2014, 03:03 PM
I agree with the majority. If I were at a park and had to shout "Orlo! Flora! Time to go." That would be too much of a tongue twister for me. Virginia is nice but it seems very different from Orlo....
I agree with Lexiem.
February 12th, 2014, 08:31 PM
I don't really know too much about names in Australia, so I apologize if I suggest something weird. Based on the names you said you like that I think these would go well with Ana (and maybe someday...
Going on sound alone I like it. However, I don't really like the spelling, though I can't think of a better way either. It does remind me of Lachlan and Leighton, both of which I love. I am weirdly...
February 2nd, 2014, 03:28 PM
Wow I think you and I have a similar eclectic styles because I like a lot of your names listed here. How lucky that your husband is giving you final say (wish my would lol).
The Jackson Hudson...
Rue, Silla, Silly, Diz, Dizzy, Illy, Ruse, Dilla, Lil
There have been lots of good suggestions. For some reason Thomasina came to mind.
Sorry for getting diffensive. My "you" was meant in general for people who always comment on these types of posts about how much they hate this trend and how all these names are awful for girls and...
The OP asked for our favorites. If you don't like any then just don't comment. Its unnecessary to announce you hate this every time the subject comes up. Some people do like this trend and nameberry...
From your list I like Drew, Grey, and August.
Most of your names sound like surnames. You might like Sawyer, Spencer, Wallis, or Ellison.
My personal favorites of this trend are Avery, Sawyer,...
I think all those names are nice when paired with Millie. Just keep liking the names you like and not worry about getting him to agree now. That you even have one name you both agree on is a good...
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