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June 23rd, 2013, 06:26 PM
I used to like Shoshana.
Then I heard it on GIRLS, and without knowing that Shoshana was the character's name, I though they were all saying Shauna with a stammer (sh-shauna). I spent two episodes...
A beautiful list ^^
I see Esmeree, but I've seen it as Esmeray, a spelling I much prefer :)
Maybe some of these?
I'm not too fond of Elowen Louise/a following one another, it's a little repetitive with the low/loo sounds. Elowen May Louise would be better.
I voted for Elowen Louisa May because I don't like...
Isadora nn Sadie is a favourite as far as unexpected goes :)
Agatha nn Hattie
Agnes nn Nessie
Antonia nn Nia
Beatrice (Betony) nn Bets
Bryony nn Bo
Catherine nn Cathy (never used...
It really depends on the plot, and what makes Persephone so perfect if it has nothing to do with the myth. Could you explain a little more why it's so perfect?
With nickname Finn it would seem...
March 24th, 2013, 11:45 AM
Behati is my favourite suggestion, absolutely gorgeous!
I'd also like to mention the possibility of Agatha nn Hattie. It's something of a stretch, but not too far out there IMO.
I too vote for Archer Ingram Brown.
But Ingram Archer Brown would be more awesome ^^ Ingram is a really cool name.
I've used it for a long time, almost 10 years now. I was pretty envious of the people I saw on forums with simple, one word usernames (Pearl was one, Flick another), so having only recently...
March 5th, 2013, 01:02 PM
March 5th, 2013, 10:34 AM
I prefer Lucy Beatrix since the repeated s-sound almost at the end of both Lucy and Beatrice doesn't work wonders for me. Beitris is a little complicated, but it reminds me of simpler Betrys which I...
I voted for Sabine as well, it's a lovely name :)
Juliette is a little too on trend for me, and although I adore Indira, it's a more recent love that's taken a lot of getting used to. My love for...
Laidey seems very complicated, spelling it Lady would be better. It's my preferred nickname for Adelaide as well. Addie is so obvious, a little harsh sounding and with all the Maddies running...
Jocasta, Josiane and Josepha would be my suggestions.
There's also Jocosa and Josette.
And the way the names in your signature are placed, a Jaqueline Rose could be called Josie. Or Jemima Rose,...
February 26th, 2013, 04:00 AM
I use Firefox with AdBlock, so there aren't any ads.
On my work computer though, they try to sell me books and films and CD's I've been looking at from the store where I usually buy them, and...
Coris doesn't come naturally to me, which is why I would probably revert to Cora (or Cori) if you tried to enforce Coris. Coco or Risa (Rissy, Risso) would also be easier.
I also think Cori isn't...
Hera, Hero, Io, Ione or perhaps even Mina?
Hero would be my pick ^^
Lilivere could also give you Liv, but Olivine is my favourite. There's something very sweet about Olivine ^^
February 19th, 2013, 10:27 AM
Severin would be nice :)
Syver is a Norse name, from Sigvart meaning 'victory+protection'
Also Sylvester. It's further off, but quite cool.
Yves combines the first two letters of both names...
February 17th, 2013, 11:46 AM
From your vintage list I love Willem the most, a common nickname in Holland is Pim(m) which I think is just adorable! I also love Hugo, Ronan and Henry, along with Penelope, Rosalie and Alice.
Peregrine Sparks sounds amazing :)
I like that the P is in both names, Auden and Emerson both sound a little bland next to Sparks. Peregrine holds his own ^^
A middle name with two syllables...
February 16th, 2013, 11:18 AM
I love many of the Ann variants, Anna, Anouk, Anoush, Anais, Annevieve, Annora, and even Anson for a boy!
I can't stand Anneliese, Anya/Anja or Annika though, in Norway they are very dated.....
February 16th, 2013, 09:35 AM
I like Skandar with Drake. I like the K sound in the middle in both of them, I like that the D and R sounds are in both names, and I like how the choice of Skandar suddenly tips Drake into the...
February 13th, 2013, 03:35 PM
I voted for Paloma, Pilar or Magdalena. They provide some contrast to Ines, the other combos almost sound like whispers with all their vowels and repeating soft consonants.
Pilar and Magdalena are...
True, but Jasper and Jesper are European (German/Scandinavian) variants of Caspar/Gaspar. Jesper is very common in Denmark.
Which came first is hardly up for discussion, what needs to be...
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