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I love it! I've actually used it a few times in name games, only for girls. I'm not a fan of any of the nn except Win/Wyn (although Windy is cute). There's also Winsor but I like the naturey nod of...
March 7th, 2014, 09:47 PM
At first glance, it reminded me a castile soap.
The archangel's name is Cassiel, which I think sounds better
Ekaterina, Saskia, Kasimir,
March 7th, 2014, 05:31 AM
I think it's lovely! It's on my girl list! The only issues I can think of is people mishearing it as Blue.
I picture a girl but my only experience is a male classmate with this surname. Since he...
I've only known one Ellis, a man
For a mn, I like combos that sound alliterative:
I pronounce the name, my-low
But here (south Florida) I hear the chocolate drink/powder pronounced mee-lo
Arya is a Sanskrit word meaning 'noble'. It's pronounced 'aw-ria'. The Western term, Aryan (pronounced 'air-ian'), sounds nothing like Arya
Plus, Hitler appropriated and misused the term Aryan...
March 2nd, 2014, 12:44 PM
The only one that really, really irks me is "He/She will hate you"
It's such an immature scare tactic. It's like you're wishing discord upon a person simply because you disagree with their choice in...
Never liked Claudia except when pronounced in Spanish :'cloud-ia' or French: 'chlo-dia'.
I actually really like Claude for a girl and I don't mind the English pronunciation
How are you pronouncing Thorin? I haven't read or watched LOTR. If it's 'thor-in', then no I don't like it. Just go with Thor. If it's 'tor-in', then yes. I've known a few guys named 'tor-in' with...
Berries keep bringing up Sleeping Beauty but how many people IRL know her as Briar Rose? I'd say the vast majority think that her name is simply 'Sleeping Beauty'. For me, that's a weak argument for...
Briar is such a handsome name. I like it for both but it's higher on my boy list (I chose unisex)
I don't see why not. The sound leans more masculine and peregrines aren't exactly pretty but I do like the name for a girl.
The actress Cree Summer has a daughter named Hero Peregrine
saw-yer; I don't like soy-yer
I think Echo fits best with your other children's names
Have you considered Clio?
Anabelle is feminine but not frilly. Anabelle sounds strong. She can be Ana, Annie, or Belle- none of which I consider frilly. Chloe is very girly-girly.
Names that end in 'ee' tend to sound...
Diminutives often end in the 'ee' sound. Some proper names seem diminutive because they end in the same sound (Chloe, Holly, Zoe). Women are considered the weaker sex. I personally won't minimize my...
I love Bodhi (check out the signature)! I am a spiritual person; actually a Christian raised learning about world religions. I have two main reasons for liking Bodhi:
1) My name is the name of a...
My first exposure to the name was Remy LaBeau (Gambit from X-Men) so it's very much a masculine French name to me. I generally dislike names ending in 'eee' on girls. It sounds cutesy and childish.
February 22nd, 2014, 03:01 PM
Love Seraphine! If you're unsure, have you considered Seraphim? Does that feel more usable?
February 22nd, 2014, 02:53 PM
Glad to see your friend likes Zephyr!
Adair & Zephyr are personal faves but I choose Zephyr. Adair is a softer name, which is made even softer with that surname and feels very weak next to...
February 22nd, 2014, 07:59 AM
Valerian- maybe too close to Vervain but I love it
Zephyr- Zephyranth, aka Zephyr lily, aka Easter lily
I love the sound of Merit/Merritt/Marit/Meret. The spelling makes the difference for me. Merritt looks more masculine but the actual meaning is genderless. Merit is a word/virtue so it's unisex....
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