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Charlotte and Carolina are two of my favorite names, and also Carolina with that pronounciation is my name which I really love since I like the sound of it more than car-o-line-ah but something you...
I do understand that people believe jewish people will find the name Cohen somewhat offensive but how often is that going to happen? How many times will this baby come across random jewish people in...
My names is actually Carolina and I love it, I live in a spanish speaking country where the pronounciation of it is car-oh-leen-ah but I do have some trouble with english speaking people cause they...
July 4th, 2013, 12:26 AM
Jaxon Nathaniel (I like the spelling of Jaxon without the "s" as I feel it's not really necessary since the sound of the "x" makes up for the absence of the "ck" sound)
My first language is spanish and since isla is the spanish word for island I say it as I would say that word which is ees-lah I hope the explanation for the pronounciation makes sense
July 2nd, 2013, 04:03 PM
Maggie but as a nickname for Margaret, Marguerite or Margaux
I came across the name Bellamy a long time ago and always loved how it was possible to get the nn Bella or Bell from it which is a different option for all of us who love them!
I think it's a nice...
I love those middle names @mbrow222 Jasper Holden is my favourite right now I can't think of something I don't like about it and I had never heard of it and @handsallover I liked Everett and made me...
Juliette - I have always loved this name and love this spelling variation of Juliet that gives it a bit of a french touch
Willa - I think Billie looks too masculine for my taste but could work as a...
Wat do you think about them and which do you like the most and what middle names can you think of for them?
June 30th, 2013, 11:07 PM
It reminds me of My so I'm guessing it's something like "me"
I think Freya sounds a bit more feminine and Great just sounds too harsh for me like a very hard sound and Freya just has letters that seem to have a nicer flow and I also prefer the spelling Freja...
There's actually a girl I know whose name is Ada Lilia which I think sounds really sweet and just loved it the moment I heard it so Lilia is the oy middle name I can think of
June 29th, 2013, 10:47 PM
Have you thought about Fern for a middle name to maybe Fernanda or another F name?
June 29th, 2013, 10:44 PM
Eleanor is so out there right it's losing a bit of it's charm for me and even though Eliora and Elora are both very close together in sound and spelling I prefer Elora which sounds so beautiful and...
María José: that is the way to spell it correctly but I guess it could work without the accents and it is pronounced mah-ree-ah ho-seh well I tried my best to try to explain how it is supposed to be...
I have recently gone back to names that I used to like and completely forgot about but I've recently found a list of names I wrote down a few months ago and Rosie Victoria Maeve was my favorite but I...
I pronounce it eas-la I guess because well I live in a spanish speaking country and isla is the spanish word for island and you say it that way so I'd use the same pronounciation for the name
What's the problem with asking? I came across a different spelling of cara and really liked it but I wanted to know which spelling people liked more
Which spelling do you like more?
Caragh is the irish spelling variation as far as I know but if you know anything else about this name or spelling feel free to comment on it and also it is...
I have a thing for spanish names so I will give you a list of a few spanish sounding names I have heard because I'm of hispanic origin
June 7th, 2013, 09:16 PM
Paloma and Ximena are my favourite and I'm just wondering if you have you thought about the spelling Jimena?
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