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I actually like themes, as long as the names aren't too phonetically similar. I'd just make sure there are more nature names that you like so a fourth daughter wouldn't accidentally get left out.
Ellie is quite short so I think a longer middle name would go best with it. I'd personally cross off the one-syllable middles for that reason, and also Ellie Penelope because it rhymes. I love Ellie...
I like both, but slightly prefer Alexandria.
I like Morrigan better than Morgan. Morgan may be more popular and familiar but that makes it a bit boring, in my opinion. I also like Morgana.
I always figured they were obscure family surnames, so maybe something like Linwood, Rosling, Corwin, Ashcombe, etc.
March 6th, 2014, 01:12 AM
Julian Arthur or Beatrice Lily
I love both names, but I agree that Elsa sounds similar to Alice. Elsie could be a better option. Or if you like Lila but worry about mispronunciations, how about Lily? I also think Lucy or Clara...
March 5th, 2014, 11:47 PM
A nice meaning can give a name extra appeal to me, but it isn't that important and I wouldn't be put off by a negative meaning. Most of the time the given "meaning" of a name is not entirely accurate...
Poll: Eleanor or Helena?
They're too similar to be used for sisters, in my opinion, so which do you prefer?
March 5th, 2014, 02:52 PM
I prefer just Percy. I do think it sounds a bit nickname-y, but I don't love Percival or Perseus as much as I love Percy. I like Persephone nn Percy for a girl, though.
March 2nd, 2014, 08:13 PM
Western culture is in many ways built on Ancient Greece so you do have ties to Greece in a way--most of the world does. Using Xanthe would be fine.
March 2nd, 2014, 04:41 PM
I love Isla, Lucy, Audrey, and Willa. Emmy is a cute nickname, but it's too cutesy for a full name in my opinion. The only other name I can think of that it could be a nickname for is Amelia.
March 2nd, 2014, 02:28 AM
They're all beautiful, but Estella Ruby gets my vote.
March 2nd, 2014, 02:08 AM
I love Henry/Henrietta, Harry/Harriet, Charles/Charlotte, George/Georgia/Georgiana, and Octavius/Octavian/Octavia. I also love Rowan for either.
March 2nd, 2014, 01:11 AM
Beatrice Ianthe or Arthur Peregrine
My favourite from your list is Noble!
Some more virtue names for boys that I like:
1. I picture a Felix as a happy-go-lucky little boy who loves animals and jumping in mud puddles.
2. I met a two-year-old Felix recently, don't know any others. He had blond hair and was very...
February 25th, 2014, 01:54 AM
I like Ophelia and
February 25th, 2014, 01:30 AM
I can't stop laughing at the combination of Devil and Brian, of all names. How incongruous. Phoenix Frost would be a cool name for a superhero.
I quite like a few of them:
Thanks for the suggestions! I'm loving Araminta, Rosalind, Mirabel, Beatrix, Penelope, Rosemary, Felicity, Lavender, and Eleanor for the girls and Leander, Julian, Thaddeus, Felix, and Jasper for the...
I love both Arthur and Hart so I love this idea! The only problem is that people who knew his full name was Arthur would probably mishear it as Art. So he might have to correct people a lot, but...
Cordelia Ivy has been one of my favourite combos for a long time. What would you name a hypothetical brother or sister for her?
I love Miles Henry but Colin is probably better with the Z last name. Or maybe Milo? Milo Graham would be a handsome name.
I think Imogen would fit me well. If I were to actually change my name though I'd probably change it to Mary. My real name is a variant of it, but I prefer just plain Mary.
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