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March 7th, 2014, 01:59 PM
I'm not 12 but I did love names when I was 12 - my favourites were Catherine (or maybe Katherine) and Stuart.
I'm so happy that people think it goes with Catherine - that makes me like it even more!
The first 3 were very close
@casilda -How come it doesn't sound like a name? I'm not being rude or anything - just curious!
@swedishbadger - I have heard the Leh-nah pronunciation before which is why I asked about pronunciation. Seeing as I live in an English speaking country it shouldn't be an issue really and if I did...
I've probably forgotten some but here are the ones I can remember:
Ross and Craig
Phillip and Sophie
Antonio and Augusto
Katie and Rosie
Angela and Andrina
Sally and Karen
Liam and Steven...
I would use Finbar/Finbarr as it makes the Barry connection more obvious.
Also Finbar is a seriously cool name and you can use Finn for short!
Ok so there are probably heaps of repeats - but here are my favourites.
I'd pick a short, spunky name to go with Chloe:
I didn't think of whiskey until you mentioned it - I don't think it would really be an issue.
I love surname names and Jameson is really cool!
I really like the name Struan but I never see it being mentioned on nameberry, so I thought I'd put it out there and get people's opinions on it.
So what do you think of Struan?
March 7th, 2014, 05:44 AM
I think other people have already suggested this but I definitely prefer the double name of Grace Lynn or Grace-Lynn to Gracelyn. Gracelyn just doesn't look nice to me and it does come across as...
I think it's pretty - I can see it becoming really popular in the future as an alternative to Sophie.
I've recently started loving this name!
I like short, simple names so I'm thinking of Lena as a full name rather than a nickname.
I tend to pronounce it LEE-nah, do you think people would usually...
The only one I can see any harm with is Delilah because of the biblical reference. I think this doesn't necessarily only affect Christians - I would be worried about giving my child the name of a...
March 6th, 2014, 09:56 AM
Evangelina is very pretty! It reminds me of sister Evangelina from call the midwife. I do think it's a bit over the top though - even Evangeline is a bit frilly for me. I definitely prefer just Eva. ...
I prefer Alexandra it's very pretty but still straight forward. Alexandria on the other hand is very frilly and ulta-feminine which is not really my thing at all. Alexandria just seems over the top...
March 6th, 2014, 08:39 AM
March 5th, 2014, 10:59 AM
@cloverish - There is a British equestrian athlete named Pippa Funnel who had to go by Phillipa Funnel when she competed in the 2004 Olympics in Athens because the meaning of Pippa in Greek is...
March 5th, 2014, 10:52 AM
My favourite S boys' name is Struan! I also like Simon and Stuart.
Elena Ariadne and Leo Rhys
I'd not pronounce any of these names the way you said - and I've never heard them with that pronunciation.
Charis and Carys are pronounced the same to me - CAR-iss.
I don't really understand why...
I'm more used to seeing it spelled Lileas but I would assume it is pronounced the same. I say it like LILY-iss.
Lileas is probably my favourite Lily name.
Emily is a pretty name - it is clearly popular for a reason. I personally am not a huge fan of it - I think I've become a bit desensitised to it because I hear it so much. I was almost named Emily...
I think Aya is a really pretty name.
It does seem very exotic to me - I have never met an Aya who wasn't Japanese and I can't really picture it on a Caucasian girl.
The other issue may be that it...
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