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Whoa.....just, whoa. (I'm just a intermittent lurker - but STILL. So surprised.)
January 14th, 2014, 04:50 PM
December 15th, 2013, 08:52 PM
I do not think that Duke and John go together, and I don't think that a 1+1+1 syllable name works well here.
My favorite on your list is Elijah, but I can understand not using a name because it...
Thanks Corinne - I am happy to hear that you have always gotten positive feedback on your name. I never thought about the Connie angle - that gives me something else to consider!
That is a great poll! Thanks!
Helena is also on my list (and I know there are THREE different ways to pronounce it -- UGH). I prefer HELL-IN-A.
December 2nd, 2013, 10:02 PM
My favorites (in order):
Helena Beatrix Pearl
Rosamund Victoria Jane
Elsa Penelope Ruth
Amelia Catherine Joyce
Alice Ophelia Grace
Evelyn Sophia Grace
Clara Josephine Louise
I am glad to hear that there are some younger people named Corinne out there. Thank you for sharing this information - I don't know a single person named Corinne to ask!
I am so happy to hear all of this - and I appreciate the input from the actual Corinne via Facetime! My only concerns now are my perceptions of the name vs. the perceptions of others -- this is...
Love the name Ewan! I would vote for Ewan because it is more common where I live, but I think Euan is also great. I am less familar with this spelling, but I had no problems with pronunciation (for...
Mischa, that is exactly what I am trying to decide. Cora seems easier, but it doesn't have the same unique sound.
Will I forever be correcting people? Or will it be something I do rarely? How much...
Actually, lizabethm -- that is the exact thing I am afraid of. I realize that many people may say Core-een instead of Core-rin. I understand that is the way some people pronounce the name (but I...
I've recently begun to put together a list of names for a future child. Over the past month or so, I've grown to love the name Corinne (my pronunciation: core-rin) -- and I want to add it as a real...
It sounds like the name of a very bookish boy.
It has the same feeling as Milton.
Margot or Margaux.
Calista Daphne is beautiful!
I love the name Calista...but I am not a fan of Calista Meadow. I agree that it is too cutesy, and it needs something simple and substantial to ground it (it is so romantic!). I liked the following...
November 23rd, 2013, 06:38 PM
However, I just want to say that I LOVE the name Gray - I just don't love it with Nova. I have always had a preference for a classic name paired with an unusual/word name.
Jasper for sure.
November 22nd, 2013, 09:53 PM
Theodore Everett: 5
Amadeus Jordan: 1 (don't like combination)
Palmer Malachi: 1
Jamison Luther: 3
Amadeus Tobin: 3
Aries Matteo: 1 (don't like the combination)
Cyrus Benjamin: 5
November 22nd, 2013, 09:46 PM
Genevieve Wren would be very pretty...but I am not certain that would work well with a one syllable last name.
Have you considered the name Elodie as a middle? It seems to be a happy compromise...
November 22nd, 2013, 05:11 PM
As an Austen fan, I picked up on it immediately. And I agree that it seems intentional.
I think that there will be enough people who will recognize the pair (and ask you about it) that the issue...
I think your final two are excellent choices.
I have always been a fan of Maeve!
Endymion Lucius Rainier -- I really like this one. It is my favorite by far.
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