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February 24th, 2014, 12:03 AM
I think Aurelia is very lovely, but I too prefer Aurelie. I also really love Sabine. Sophie is darling, but I understand it may be too common for a lot of people.
If you want a softer "El" name...
February 21st, 2014, 04:38 AM
Trolling hard this AM, aren't we?
Meh, it could work. I just met a girl named Austin over the weekend and she wore it surprisingly well. At the end of the day, I honestly couldn't picture her as anything other than Austin.
Boy. I knew two growing up. "Roy" makes it all boy to me.
I love Brooks. Herb Brooks and Brooks Orpik, two pretty major hockey namesakes, make this a super masculine, badass name for me. Brooks Orpik is currently a defenseman for Team USA in the Olympics,...
February 14th, 2014, 03:08 AM
For the most part, a combination of #2 and #3. I think having a name registrar who would approve or deny a name is the best option, along with a list of banned names (names that had already been...
February 14th, 2014, 02:14 AM
I can't even with the defense of Nero I just read...
Nero is an atrocious namesake. And I say 'namesake' because it's such an uncommon name that it pretty much "belongs" to him. In the way that...
February 10th, 2014, 02:31 PM
I think basic naming laws are a great idea. I don't like the idea of having to "pick a name off of this list" (although if you think about it most people do that anyway...), but it's not an...
ooh someone with synesthesia! Every time someone has posted a topic asking "What letters do you love or hate?" I always feel like I have to edit my responses and not talk about the colors of letters...
Hayraugh (pronouced HARROW, as in a harrowing journey)
A woman came to register her son for gymnastics. I thought at first that she said "Harlow," which I thought was interesting for a boy...then...
February 7th, 2014, 02:56 AM
I did, once. We wanted three kids, so we played the odds and decided on combos for two boys and two girls. Wesley Christopher Rhys was #1, we agreed on it almost instantly. Wesley and Rhys were my...
February 6th, 2014, 02:11 PM
Robin Thicke, Robin Williams, Robin Leach, Robin Finck, Sir Robin Day, Robin Hunter...
I think it works pretty well for a boy.
That's a pretty eclectic list. (magicbabynames.com) might be a website that you'd find helpful. You put in a name and it'll give you tons of suggestions for similar names. Here are a few matches that...
Sorry for any repeats! I tried to go through and compare to your list, I hope I got them all.
Castle - No. I don't even think it makes sense as a name.
Fantasia - Stripper
Lucky - Dog
Dove- Maybe cute as a middle. Otherwise no
Glacier - Again, I don't even think this makes sense as a...
As a full first name it is definitely in the Top 100, but I personally don't hear it much. Ella is much more prevalent as a given name. I know two of those. But as a nickname, it is very, very...
A former classmate of mine named her daughter Naveah. N-A-V-E-A-H. I can't figure out if she truly just can't spell the name correctly herself or...I don't even know what happened there. But it makes...
I find Luella a little old. It's one of those names, like Eleanor or Belinda, that comes off as very 19th century cattle farmer's daughter to me. And Arietta I don't think looks made up at all, it's...
I think Laura is a perfectly timeless name. But I also agree that Laura Lena-Elise is a little bit of a mouthful. I love two middle names, but I think it's the double L that's getting to me....
I do love Jessamine. If I could be sure she'd never be nicknamed Jessie or Jess, I'd use it in a heartbeat. But I have such a negative experience with the Jess/Jessies of the world that I'd never...
I agree that Dominic and Demonic are not even close when said aloud. DAH-mo-nick versus Dee-MON-ick. So I truly don't get where the comparison comes in with Riot/Ryatt. Because those sound identical....
February 2nd, 2014, 03:06 PM
This thread is years old, so it's kind of useless to complain about it now.
As for listing middle and last names...sometimes those are the reasons they're tacky. Coco Crisp, Candy Barr, Chardonnay...
February 2nd, 2014, 02:46 PM
Well I see that you're from West Virginia, so I wouldn't worry about regional popularity. Penelope isn't anywhere near a popular name in WV, not in the Top 100 at all. There were less than 17 babies...
February 2nd, 2014, 02:18 PM
I can't get over Dahmenyk and Phienyx. Idiot parents.
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