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Yesterday, 08:01 PM
Jemima, Jessamy, Jocasta, Jeliza-Rose, Jersey, Jillian, Juno and Josepha.
Yesterday, 02:45 PM
Zinnia, Zuzanna, Zella, Zofia, Zahara, Zeta, Zelda and Zenobia.
I read this as Aldi which is a chain of supermarkets in the UK and sort of laughed.
March 8th, 2014, 09:39 PM
March 8th, 2014, 09:37 PM
Patricia - Patsy
Dolly - Polly
Bethanney - Betsan
Brianne - Bryony
Abby - Aggie
Graham - Grayson
Harrison - Harris
Treyton - Tennyson
Walt - Art
March 8th, 2014, 09:32 PM
Nayara, Nastassia, Nigella, Nerissa, Norabel, Nara, Nancy and Nairne.
I agree, Charlotte Iris Madeleine feels like way too much of a name to me, as beautiful as they are separately. They're very similar stylistically which doesn't help - too much name, not enough......
Aveline, Cassia, Eve, Gwen, Isla, Leia, Lena, Lelia, Maeve, Prue, Tessa and Violet (favourites are in bold). I pronounce Aveline like AY-vuh-line; I absolutely love it's origin and...
When I was about 11 I had a character on the Sims called Xanabel (possibly Zanabel or Xanabelle) - now it just reminds me of Xanax but I thought it was cool at the time. Like... Annabel with a quirky...
This is a total mash up style-wise but just a quick brainstorm (lots are mainstream in the UK but still)...
I would have guessed it was Scottish Gaelic or another Celtic language so the fact it's Welsh doesn't surprise me at all.
It doesn't look even vaguely Arabic and certainly not Indian/Asian (or...
March 8th, 2014, 10:54 AM
I like Everly Alice best for it's flow. It's really pretty too.
Even though I think I prefer Iris as a name, Everly Iris just feels a bit choppy; the vowel sounds don't sound right together:...
March 8th, 2014, 10:47 AM
No Orlaith is definitely pronounced the same - or-layth is just tragically mispronounced. The original Irish spelling was Órfhlaith (from the words ''or'', gold and ''flaith'', princess).
March 8th, 2014, 02:15 AM
Esme, Eilidh (AY-lee), Evangeline, Eithne (EN-yah), Eliza, Enid, Eimear (ee-mer) and Estella.
March 7th, 2014, 11:43 PM
Doesn't feel particularly special to me, but I know so many little Orlas (and several teens/adults). It's really pretty but I prefer the Orlaith spelling for it's Irish authenticity, plus it looks...
March 7th, 2014, 04:40 PM
Way too themey in my opinion. Plus Hazel isn't anywhere near as princessy or floral as the other two, so it stands out more than something like Iris or even Alice would.
I don't like it and have never understood it's appeal in the US.
It just feels oppressively Biblical and dull. I rarely dislike names so strongly, but this is definitely one of them.
March 6th, 2014, 10:54 PM
Isis, Isabel, Imogen, Io, Idra, Iona, Imani and Isolde.
Amazing list - they're all so magical! To be quick I'll just give feedback on the ones I love...
Lake - I don't know why this has appealed to me recently. I read that Lakesha was originally an...
I think you should use it.
Regardless of what people think if it's an important name to you, and it honors her cultural heritage then I'd use it.
I think people are generally accepting of...
My little sister is a Georgia and I've always loved her name; my initial reaction is that Jorja is hideous. I have no idea why it's so popular in the UK (445 is very high for a country that tends to...
Feh-LEE-see was my first reaction, but the -chee ending makes sense too I think; my Spanish pns aren't the best... I'm not certain that the 'cie' creates the same sound that 'cia' does, but I imagine...
March 5th, 2014, 07:30 PM
Without actually knowing you (haha, I guess I know your taste fairly well though)...
Elsie, Millie, Lottie, Evelyn, Eloise, Audrey, Violet, Lucy and Esme.
Mostly from your cutesy or classic...
March 5th, 2014, 07:26 PM
Are we talking about little kids? Back in the UK I heard a lot of...
Isla, Florence, Ruby, Ellie (and Ellie-May, Ellie-Grace), Amelia, Sophia/Sophie.
Harvey, James, Jamie, Jack, Sam, William,...
Lammily is pretty bad but let's all be real here and talk about the fact it's just a doll... nobody is naming their children Lammily nor would I expect it to become even marginally popular - did we...
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