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Some I like and some I don't. I like a lot of old-lady names but not all names I like fit in that category.
Also, Imogen is in the Top 50 here so I don't know if I can count that.
Of your list...
Tillandsia is a plant I like. It's the sort of name only I would like though.
What about Tallulah? I've even seen Tillulah once or twice.
I'll take not pretty but interesting! A lot of names I like are like that actually. :)
I love Isidora, I just don't love Dora as a nickname. I do like Isidra.
Izora has a certain simplicity that's attractive.
I like Azura/Azure but I really want an I name for family honouring...
Hearing this, I can see where it got Americanized to Izora, maybe?
This is quite beautiful.
It's one of those names that was around more 100 years ago and dropped out of use. I did not make it up. It was in the Top 1000 many years between 1880 and 1912.
But nobody seems to know much of...
Abram & Bram
Darian - but would prefer Damian/Damien
Calen - but would prefer Callum
Elizabeth Ayelet - Elizabeth is so well-known I like to pair it with a dramatic, uncommon name. Ayelet, which literally means gazelle and poetically refers to the morning star, fits the bill to a...
Today, 01:43 AM
I'd eliminate all of them because this is the boy's name sub-board. ;)
I would go with Ashley.
Spelling Ashley "Ashleigh" doesn't make it less of "originally a boy name." It just makes it an awkward kreative spelling. If one absolutely had to respell Ashley for...
Heath is a top pick for me. If I had 100% control over what a son of mine and my husband's would be, almost definitely he would be Heath.
I also like:
Jasper. The stone is beautiful but not...
Arianwen is all right but not as appealing as Anwen or Angharad.
I am fond of a number of the other -wen names though and it's okay.
Rhianwen & Rhianydd look pretty, I'll have to look up how...
My favourites are:
Fox, Cael, Zane, Heath, Rhys, Joel, Dryw, Clay, Zev, Finn, Moss, Ash.
Of the two, Elijah.
I like just Eli though. It's a Biblical name in itself. And as far as uncommon forms, I like Elazar/Eleazar or Eliezer best, or Elchanan/Elkhanan.
I don't see as much inconsistency as some PPs.
Well, I don't mind Faith, Elizabeth, or Lila, but I certainly hate every at least half of every single name combo they used. So I can't say they...
I like it, but mostly because it also has a coincidental water/naiad image in Oz - it's also an Australian Aboriginal name meaning water lily.
And I really really like it. I have a thing for...
Australians sometimes say eye-zye-ah, which makes my hair fall out.
Impressively, I somehow managed to forget to put in both Emmanuel and Immanuel because I was debating which spelling I liked...
I like Isidore, Isidro, and Issachar but they don't have the same EYEZ- sound as Isaac or Isaiah.
I'm also the only person in the world who likes Issachar. ;)
Other vowel names I love for boys,...
March 8th, 2014, 09:02 PM
The membrane of a woman that rips and bleeds the first time she has sex, if it's lasted through a childhood of possibly riding bikes and horses. ;)
I thought of the alligators.
I'm quite fond...
March 6th, 2014, 11:14 PM
Josette or Luella?
No, it's seperate name (and pronunciation - 3 syllables) taken from Irish mythology. It's the name of a goddess. I have a bit of a thing for obscure mythology names.
A religious title, a surname, and my (awful) Prime Minister. Nope nope, can't do it, can't consider it.
Perhaps without those connotations I could deal with it. I do love August,...
Morrigan isn't made up, but I do worry about that perception.
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