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Yesterday, 06:45 AM
So long as it is Eliza + bella (eh-LYE-zah-bell-uh) I think it should be fine, but not if you're saying it like Elizabeth. And yes, Bella is too much of a stretch from just Elizabeth.
Juna, Lore and Zizi work in my opinion, but not the others. They just don't sound that great.
March 7th, 2014, 03:17 AM
Felicity, Melisande, Summer and Freya for sure, although Melisande also works very well with dark hair.
Kiki, Cora, Phoebe, Phaedra, Phaelia, Blythe, Fiona, Aurelia, Isolde, Iris.
March 7th, 2014, 03:13 AM
Just about everyone considers Allie a nickname for Allison - it is the first full name they think of when hearing Allie. So I don't think the transition will be hard at all, even if your friend...
I love Ingrid. I used to think it was "harsh" too, but the more I say it the more it sounds soft.
March 7th, 2014, 02:52 AM
Anastasia is so beautiful, but Rain seems to make it a bit less classy, although I can't say why.
Asia, India, Gypsy and Cohen are on my do-not-use/could-be-insulting list.
Clara, Elke, Elsa, Lily,...
March 7th, 2014, 02:43 AM
Morgana is classy, mysterious and gorgeous. The others seem to unisex/trendy. Morrigan, as I understand it, is more like a title than her actual name, so I wouldn't use it.
March 7th, 2014, 02:40 AM
I'm going to disagree with everyone else, I think it's okay because it's an obvious theme. I don't like when things don't match, and when I see (just for example) Caitlin, Camden and Ambrosia, or...
I like Bowie and Hazel too. How about Ingrid, Romilly, Ottilie, Estelle, Jessamine, or Lilith?
I feel like there's a syllable missing, like Everlaine or something. Also makes me think of Denver Lane and the boy's name Tamerlane. So, unfortunately I don't personally like it. But there isn't...
March 4th, 2014, 02:27 AM
Maybe you'd like Diamanda, Drusilla, Artemis, Freya, Phaedra, Deirdre or Fallon.
March 3rd, 2014, 11:46 PM
March 3rd, 2014, 10:56 PM
Ismene is prn iz-MAY-nee or iz-MEN-ee...
March 3rd, 2014, 04:27 PM
cstariin einaram nujasz
I love Maxine. I used to hate it, but because of the nn Max I am becoming more drawn to it. Maxina would work too.
I think this name is gorgeous and whimsical. I also like Sibylla but the pronunciation on that one gets to me. Sybella is much easier. It kind of reminds me of a siren, but also a little princessy.
LOVE Leda, both pronunciations, and I do like it with Rosaline or Rosalind.
Saint Ombeline might make it a bit more accessible too - people have been digging for rare saint names for forever. With my family specifically, if I say "it's a saint's name" they seem to accept...
Amarantha nn Anthy
Bernadine (nn Birdie) love Birdie
Ariel (nn Aerie) or Arrietty (nn Ettie) love both, but probably Ariel
I've always liked Geoffrey, Gerald, Roland and Roger. Like Ancelin, Bayard, Ferrand, Joscelin (have also seen Gosselin as a medieval variant on other sites) Lancelin, Lanslet, Lewis, Percheval,...
I love the suggestion of Oceana Celine - how gorgeous!!
Also, I like both the oh-she-AH-na prn and oh-SHAH-nah
February 25th, 2014, 12:51 PM
Another vote for Clara or Claribel. So pretty.
February 24th, 2014, 12:29 AM
I think they sound perfect together!
February 24th, 2014, 12:25 AM
My thoughts on Lucille - on one hand I feel Lucille Bell would be "trying too hard" but on the other, I agree it's pretty cool. Maybe Lucilla, or Lucinda? I also like Lupita, which is similar in...
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