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Verity Rose is so pretty. I think Verity is the same style as Felicity - classic noun names - while Melody sounds more 80s pop star to me. I can't get the image of big, curly, crunchy hair and...
Mathilda (with the H!)
Everyone except my older sister has said Thora is ugly and reminds them of Thor. I just think it's a beautiful feminization and it sounds...
I love your daughters' names so much. Beatrix has always been one of my favorite girl names. I don't think Penelope is too close to Eloise, I think it's the best from your list. Penny, BeBe and...
I love Avalon Onyx and Arlo, but I would probably change them around a bit. I don't like Roscoe with Arlo just because they it sounds repetitive, and Avalon Bonnie Wren sounds kind of like you are...
March 29th, 2013, 01:42 AM
I'm having the same issue now. My sister is getting into yooneek spellings (eek!) and unisex names for girls. I hate it because she truly wants my opinion, but seems hurt when I dislike a name. I...
March 29th, 2013, 01:02 AM
I'm a fair, blonde, brown-eyed Alexandra, and I've found that most people assume I will be a brunette when knowing my name before my face (interviews, etc) or they think I look like an 'Allison' or...
Rowan Apple - cute!
Eden Paisley/Eden Michelangelo - I can't help but imagine Eden as a girl, but I like the combination Eden Paisley.
Crimson Rose/Velvet Valentine/Paradise Rose - all very...
February 15th, 2013, 02:09 PM
P.s. It is an actual name in Hungarian and Turkish, meaning "like a man" or "extremely rare."
February 15th, 2013, 02:06 PM
I personally love it because of the Ender's Game series! They are some of my favorite books and what a great namesake.
I really like the idea of adapting and/or using family names when naming children; my older sister and I are both named in part for grandparents, and I plan on using Ann, Olive, or Averial as middle...
The first thing I thought of when I saw Zara was Michelle. Any name with two or three syllables with the stress on the end, like mi-SHELL, would sound beautiful.
I love Juniper, BUT I think names beginning with N, M, S and D really sound beautiful with Lyra (it's one of my favorite names as well).
Lyra Nicolette (or Nicole/Nicoline)
It is basically a morph of Claire or Clarence, which mean bright or illustrious. It's a cute name and it has a good meaning, and stands a little apart from popular Claire.
I think some people...
February 6th, 2013, 02:22 PM
I was named for my mother's father's mother, Marguerite Faith, who passed a few months before I was born. I am/was very close with both of my grandmothers and one of my great-grandmothers (who passed...
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