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When I was pregnant, DD suggested all the top ten most common girl names. She just came up with them & had no idea how popular they were.
My son suggested names of Pokemon.
So my belly was dubbed...
Aurora is pronounced "ah-roar-rah" or "ah-roar-ah", just FYI.
The name is 2000+ years old; you might try to change the pronunciation, but I don't think that will work.
November 20th, 2012, 03:42 PM
Aurora is my preteen daughter's name.
I obviously love the name but here's some feedback:
So far she has never met another Aurora under the age of 70, though a friend last month said they had run...
November 20th, 2012, 03:04 PM
I am SO late for this party--was off the internet for the birth of my baby girl...
I hope you picked Fielding, tho.
My son is named Fielding--it's a family (first*) name, so he's named after a...
As someone with two middle names, may I suggest that you hyphenate somewhere?
i.e. "Livia-Claire Ivy" OR "Livia Claire-Ivy"
November 19th, 2012, 03:34 PM
"Goes with 'Eve' " + "Old Hollywood" =
may I also suggest:
--Ava's brainy sister.
November 19th, 2012, 03:24 PM
Love Genevieve--it was my great-aunt's name.
September 11th, 2012, 05:07 PM
"Uh, "Shithead" is not an 'Indian' name "
While we're at it:
there is no "Ladasha or L-a"
THIS IS A RACIST JOKE, PLEASE STOP REPEATING IT!
Sorry to get all capslocky, but, really...
old-fashioned yet dignified:
September 11th, 2012, 04:05 PM
more "A" names to run by DH:
September 11th, 2012, 03:47 PM
Aurora, Fielding, and new baby Charlotte
edit: sorry, forgot the years!
September 11th, 2012, 02:45 PM
I've never met any "Fielding"s outside my DH's family here in the states--it's an Irish name.
I have always LOVED it!
There needs to be more "Fielding"s out there!
The only thing that enrages me about "La-a" is that it isn't a real name--it's a racist joke!
(and the standard cover for this is that they "know some who know a La-a")
TAKE YOUR RACIST JOKE...
Here are some that I've always liked, but won't use partially because they are too rare:
I had a great-aunt Ada...and a great-uncle Ida.
Ida is a name that used to be unisex.
What info are they stealing from this thread that they can't get from any other thread?
(You don't have to sign up to browse the threads)
This is so odd.
How about named after a famous redhead?
Elizabeth (Tudor Queen)
March 12th, 2012, 04:37 PM
Three ways to do this:
1) Family Surname that sounds masculine.
2) Girl's name with masculine nn:
Tolomeo is the Italian version of Ptolemy, and a little easier to pronounce.
If you insist, Tolomea is the feminized version.
Personally, I've always loved the name Ptolemy, but i would be...
March 12th, 2012, 02:23 PM
Top 10 baby girls names in 2002 were: 1. Emily, 2. Madison, 3. Hannah, 4. Emma, 5. Alexis, 6. Ashley, 7. Abigail, 8. Sarah, 9. Samantha, 10. Olivia
Top 10 baby girl names as of May 2011 were: 1....
Le-a is a racist joke, not a real name.
Please don't repeat it.
For more info, google: baby names, la-a, race, kegger
(nn: My great-aunt Genevieve always went by "Aunt Viva"!)
A definite "Pro-" for Evangeline is that "Ev-" names are in, but Evangeline is classic, not trendy.
I love Evangeline, but..
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