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While I'd agree that it's lack of exposure and carelessness that generally leads Americans to not differentiate British accents, part of the issue is also that the idea that a country smaller than...
Nicknames are very common in my family and the name I go by exclusively (aside from the government) is a nickname, same with my husband, my father, my FIL, SIL, BIL, grandfather, uncle, cousin,...
Yesterday, 07:11 PM
I really like the suggestion of Alexander (Xander) for you.
From your like I like Abraham (Bram) the best.
What about Quentin?
Iris Juliet - is beautiful! It feels modern and yet Shakespearean. I also think the stress at the end sounds better than say Iris Eleanor where the stress is on...
I tease my DH that I'm gonna start calling him Mothy
Yesterday, 01:45 PM
Aww, I really love Bernadette for her! It has flair.
Bernie and Opie are cute together too
I actually really like Rudy!
I also voted for Tim (DH :)) and Teddy (Not so fond of Timmy or Ted, but what can you do?) lol
Vera Noelle is beautiful. I love it!
I'm very partial to Noelle too so I can understand your DH's love!
Noelle Verity would be nice as well.
As would Verity Noelle
I prefer Olive. It sounds more like a name to me. Winter is very pretty, but doesn't have the warmth and familiarity of Olive.
If you really love it I'd make it a First and Middle. Grace Lynn
It's nice to hear that Aaron and Erin are pronounced differently over there.
Erin is my mn and as a kid I always found it annoying when people would say "like the boys name?" NO! lol
I don't hate it, but it does make me think of belly/tummy and Bedlam (the asylum)
Allegra - allergy
Arden - hard on
Afton - after
I'd pick Afton as it's the least negative connotation.
Similar unique A names:
I'm kinda sick of all the El names and this sounds very made up.
Sorry, but I really don't like it.
Yesterday, 12:47 PM
What about Ethan Mason? A lot of similarities but not as rhymey and you get your E beginning.
Elliot Mason would also fit nicely.
I agree. I consider it a no go as a first name. As a middle name I could see it working with the right first.
I agree that Cameron has umph of it's own.
What about Cameron Davis? Slight spin on David
of Cameron Jonah or Cameron Jonas? Slight spin on John
I like Cameron Scott as well.
Yesterday, 12:34 PM
Hadley was my first thought.
I agree that Natalie with nn Atlie would be my preference.
Oo, I like Faye and Laurel. With Everett I like Laurel best.
Beatrice June - I love Beatrice and I love June and I think they sound beautiful together.
Alice Philippa - love Alice and Philippa, it also sounds nice with Ondine.
Annabelle Rose -...
Samson was my first thought.
Seth is another nice one.
Hazel or Stella would be my pick
March 5th, 2014, 12:54 PM
I personally find it too flowery for my taste. It sounds like a fictional angel to me. Right up there with Amaryllis and Lavender.
However, I do really like Evelyn and Evelina.
I can't say I hate them all because there are a ton that are now recognized more as first names than as surnames though they began as surnames. I think they can work and can be nice, but there are a...
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