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I would pronounce it exactly how it is written out. Lah-na.
Flannel and it sounds like a surname. I've seen it around mentioned Nameberry, but I just don't get the appeal of this as a first name.
Annalise - I much prefer the Anneliese spelling, though.
Both are nice names, but the combination doesn't flow very well. I agree that Rosemarie Fay flows a bit better.
Poll is closed, but I have to endorse Hannelore! I love it with your sibling set especially with Genevieve. Anastasia and Silvia would go nicely too.
It's a bit of stretch, but what about Ayla? You take the 'Ail' from Bailey and A from Ann. It should be spelt Aila, but I think Ayla looks better. Alia might work also.
July 23rd, 2014, 12:02 AM
Harriet is absolistely lovely with your children! My favorite individual middle is Luna, but it doesn't flow well with Harriet. None of the choices actually flow well in my opinion. If I had to...
Thank you gabriela! I like Audrey, but it is ranked 32 for last year. Too high for me. :( I kind of like Elisabeth Miranda, but I really really like Elisabeth Mira! I didn't even think of it until I...
Solomon Ezra is my favorites. It has a good flow to it.
July 19th, 2014, 11:47 PM
I would spell it Nikolai to avoid pronunciation issues.
I would love some more suggestions. I found a couple I like, but none that fall in the love territory yet.
July 19th, 2014, 04:00 AM
Quinn is strictly in the boy territory for me, but it is seen as more unisex thanks to Glee. I don't think it will ever be recognized as a strictly girls name. It has a surname feel to it that is...
I'm torn between SIE-ləs and SIE-lis. I say both.
July 19th, 2014, 03:37 AM
Adriaan (Arie) and Nicolaas (Kai) are great together! Nicolaas John does have really good flow to it, but if Nicolaas Gordon is your favorite I would go with that one.
I used to think Matthias was pronounced Mah-thee-us, but I now immediately use the Muh-thigh-us pronunciation because that's the one I see used the most often online. I'm from New York.
Thank you for the suggestions! I like Elisabeth Iris, Elisabeth Maia and Elisabeth Susanna.
It's not a stretch. Elsa is a legit shortened form of Elisabeth....
Thank you everyone! :)
I really like Zenobia, but more as a guilty pleasure. I like Felicity, but not the repeated 'lis/lic' sound in both names. From the suggestions I like...
Thank you guys for so many suggestions! I'll go through them in a bit. :)
Thank you everyone for your thoughts! :) It's not my favorite name, but I was thinking about it yesterday. I probably won't use it because it's the name of my nephews mother just spelled a bit...
Which one do you think fits best with the hypothetical sibling set of Rosemary, Madeleine, Alaric and James?
July 18th, 2014, 03:45 AM
Definitely Clara and Naomi. Cassidy is very mismatched style wised with Clara. Clara is a solid classic while Cassidy is trendy surname.
I would say the mar-LEEN-uh pronunciation, but I much prefer the mar-LAY-nuh one.
I would pronounce it 'ahn-ju-lee'.
What are your thoughts on these Ann- names?
Which one do your prefer?
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