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I like this sibset except for Noor. People not familiar with the name won't necessarily know that its female. Maybe Noria instead?
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I think all of the fns on your list work well with David and Lydia. My favorites from your list are Rose and Arthur. Victoria, Emilia, and Julia all have a similar ending to Lydia, but I don't...
Stafford, Reed, and
With your last name, you can really use any of these. If you want Emmeline to end with a -lynn instead of -line pronunciation, you could spell it Emmalyn.
Some possible combinations:
I really like Diane or Diana as a fn with Stella and Alice. The other names on your list seem a little too close, except for Tallulah, and that seems a little too different. Eloise and Alice are...
Keeping your boy names in mind, my favorites from your list are:
I would not do Violet Heather because they are both...
The most important thing is that it is meaningful to you and I see your thought process here. Another idea-- the nn for Cynthia is often Cindy, you could use Lucinda as a way to connect as well.
I love Beatrice as a fn, but it does seem different than your style. What about Bea, Beata, Beatrix, or even Bettina or Belle? You could do two mns-- Hayley Rose Bettina or add onto Rose-- Hayley...
March 2nd, 2014, 11:14 PM
Another vote for Edith Rosalie as my favorite with your sibset! If Edith won't work, what about Esther Rosalie, Esther Amelie, or Esther Coralie? Roxanne, Vera, and Esther are a lovely sibset. My...
February 26th, 2014, 10:16 PM
I like Elias Daniel or Josiah Alexander best for a boy. Elias Gabriel is also nice. I would use Matthias or Matteo Jonathan. Marquez seems a little out of place for a first name. What about Marco...
No-- I don't think most people now would make the connection either.
I'm Lucy and my brother is Sam and when we were children in the 70s and 80s these were definitely dog names. Bailey is always a name that screams "dog" to me!
February 18th, 2014, 11:07 PM
What about Martha Winter as a double mn (although it would cut out a lot of names ending in -a as a fn? I don't think Martha really fits well with Christian and Raphael.
February 18th, 2014, 10:45 PM
Could you give us a "sounds like" or first initial of your last name-- I like a lot of these names, but if I were eliminating, how it flows with the last name would be a factor. Also, any idea about...
Another vote for Dominic-- I like Nic and Nico as nns, and agree that Dominic Anthony works well!
I think Sparrow Linn works well-- I think it's most important that it's meaningful to you and it sounds like it is.
Calder, Sawyer, and
Congrats and best wishes!
February 17th, 2014, 03:08 PM
February 17th, 2014, 02:21 PM
The first name that came to mind is Daphne-- Ainsley, Emily, Lucy, and Daphne Charlotte. Felicity or Eliza would work well too.
Ainsley, Emily, Lucy, and
I prefer Caroline and especially like it with Thomas-- both elegant, classic names. Caroline Lucia is lovely-- Marina has a little bit of a rhyming sound for me.
Sebastian, Kaiden, Piper, and
Molly and Mason
Avery and Wyatt
Meredith and Rowan
Briony and Connor
Blythe and Thaddeus
Eden and Bennett
Tallis and Austin
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