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Congratulations. Elise Claire really is a gorgeous name :)
It's always funny seeing Lena mentioned as an unusual choice (which in English speaking countries it is) since it is so über-popular here.
Lee-nah would be the pronunciation you'd get the most in...
Lately I've been really loving Elsa.
I like Eliza but to me it's not that special anymore.
I actually doubt that Elsa will get much attention as a name. It might rise a few places but it's...
I actually quite enjoy the sound of it. Melise is not not as "retro" as Melissa and a bit more special than Elise. While I'm not a fan of made up names like Kryleigh or Brynklie, Melise actually...
I would go with simple Linnea. It's way more common and people are used to that spelling. To me it also looks cleaner, less cluttered.
Lettie - I like Lottie as a standalone but am not sure about Lettie since it's not as established and still feels very nickname-y. I live it as a nn for Violet though!
Evie & Grace - I vastly...
Ceridwen nn Wren
Cressida nn Ida
Damaris pn Da-MA-ris nn Mari
March 2nd, 2014, 02:24 PM
I think it definitely won't drop places but probably will go up a few. It's a very classic name with a great history and associations. Will it reach the top 10, no but I think when the whole Kaylee,...
I'm confused my how you pronounce Rosaline. I would pronounce it either Rosa-leen or Rosa-line, I'm not sure if where you live, Rose-lyn in the common pronunciation but it doesn't make sense at all...
Zoelie - I would pronounce it Zoe-lee, if you want the Zo-lie pronunciation I would spell it Zolie.
Elsa - love, it's a new favourite of mine
Romilly - not a huge fan
Eliza nn Elsa - love Eliza...
Do you pronounce it Leo-nard or Lennard?
Abram nn Bram
Alfred nn Freddy
Amadeus nn Ams
Bartholomew (the french é does not translate into an ay sound)
Darian nn Rin
March 1st, 2014, 07:11 PM
Season maybe? It's a bit (okay, quite) out there but it's different, not uber-popular and has no intuitive nickname, so Sonny would have a great chance of happening!
The -son part doesn't sound like...
Amarantha nn Mara
Ariel (nn Aerie)
'm not a huge fan of Priscilla with Lucille since they are so close in sound. Both are beautiful but I wouldn't have them as sister. Eloise is adorable.
Wdyt of Juliet/Juliette, Violet/Viola,...
Tallulah Lux Charlotte is very "l" heavy and hard to say. Tallulah Lux Charlotte Ernaleigh is too much.
Tallulah Charlotte Bowling is gorgeous but if it's not the name for either of you, maybe...
Mira - is very pretty and Mira Juliette sounds grogeous
Elsa - one of my new favoruites as well, would also pair it with Juliette
Lilia - I adore this beautiful twist on Lily. My favourite middle...
Pamphile sounds a bit like Bibliophile, Pedophile, etc. to me. That's how I would pronounce it intuitively as well.
Pamphila sounds much prettier and more like a "usable" name. Nicknames could be...
March 1st, 2014, 08:08 AM
Ellison would probably end up as another Ellie, since the nickname is so intuitive.
Another thing to consider might be the similarity to Allison.
I'm not sure if you like the name but not the...
March 1st, 2014, 07:12 AM
To me Becklund sounds like a scandinavian town or company but since it holds significance to you, I think you could pull it off.
I don't have any suggestions to add but love Becklund 'Beck' paired...
March 1st, 2014, 07:07 AM
Sonora, Sonia, Sonnet, Sonna everything starting with Son- since you don't seem to like names ending in -son.
Toby is a bit harder.. Tabea maybe?
Audrey Frieda sounds lovely and feels like it holds the most significance to you.
I'm not a fan of Audrey Faye personally.
Audrey Johanna is also nice but I prefer the soft J pronunciation.
I think once you actually have to name a baby, you will decide if you just love the name so much, you'll give it to her despite the teasing potential (doesn't mean it's gonna happen) or if you'd...
February 27th, 2014, 07:52 PM
My favorites with Maeve are:
Violet - a gorgeous name, it's not too popular but everybody knows it
Lola - beautiful but also quirky, it makes the sibset very spunky
Esme - sounds very...
February 27th, 2014, 07:39 PM
Ariadne: I pronounce it Aree-AHHD-nee (Ari-long "a"+short "d"-nee), it's definitely not too out there and no, the pronunciation is not too hard.
Definitely not too nickname-y, however...
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