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April 16th, 2014, 02:06 AM
I think Sienna has a very pleasant sound and is earthy at the same time sophisticated.
I like Zora, Willow, Sosie, Bellamy, Bonnie and Magnolia. All of these sound good with the last name.
I like Eriskay a bit more, it is definitely unusual and spunky. Eriska is nice, but might be a little too close to Erica and get confused with it.
I love it. I dislike Prudence and I like Prunella bc you get Pru, and it was also used in a fairytale. I do realize it's not everyone's cup of tea, though.
I like it both as a nn and a full name. Love the suggestion of using it as a nn for Tamsin.
March 30th, 2014, 06:00 PM
@isolieth My family is Italian so I would also say it toe-mah-SEE-nah, but I do not mind the other prn. at all, so it would not bother me if others said the Thomasina version.
Thanks everyone for...
March 30th, 2014, 03:45 AM
Is there a reason why the Thomasina spelling is more favorable? I was going with Tomasina because, at least to me, it looks less like Thomas, like what @sunniva said.
March 28th, 2014, 05:21 PM
These two are battling it out in my head and I really need outside feedback. On one hand Tomasina glitters like an emerald (to me), while Tempesta is stormy weather on a Mediterranean beach. Yet I...
March 28th, 2014, 05:17 PM
Corina, Cosette, Coralia and Cordelia seem to have sounds that both parties like, maybe also Seraphina.
Out of the three I love Sabrina, it just sparkles.
March 27th, 2014, 08:04 PM
To be honest, it sounds like a thing - "the bro den," like a mancave. Have you considered Brendan, Bowen or Ronan?
Love Tamsin, Leilani and Rhiannon - they are lovely, classy, underused and spunky. However, I don't like the middle names. I agree with the other poster who said not another mc- or mac- name! And now...
I am trying to find out what Rixende means. It was in the book called Labryinth by Kate Mosse and has been mentioned on here before, but even though I can find records of it being used in France on...
It would bug me too. On the plus side, you could always go with other ph- names such as Philippa or Phaedra, or names with ph in the middle such as Josephine, Stephania or Delphinia. I don't think...
I actually really like it and think it would be refreshing amongst today's Kenzie's and Aydin's.
I like Nancy, probably with Leonore best, but Beth doesn't seem to work.
I think Vivienne and Evelyn not only have the best flow with Knight, but also look right in the full name.
I like Vevina and Vanora (Vanora is the Scottish form of Guinevere)
I also like Blair, Elspet, Finella, Greer, Glenna, Kenina, Kenna, Lindsey, Rhona, Senga and Una.
Off your list my favorite is...
March 20th, 2014, 10:25 AM
I would change my name to Ginevra, Crystal or Crystalia in a heartbeat. I would add Raina to the possibilities (always loved it) but lately I've been seeing them everywhere and it bothers me a bit,...
None of these are really my style but only Gentry, Holiday, O'Keefe and Raleigh actually seem like guilty pleasures. I love Veda, but it bothers me that some people used it to honor Darth Vader...
March 20th, 2014, 10:19 AM
Unfortunately the way I say Gertie ends up coming out more like "Gerdie," or girdle, and Gertrude reminds me of the words girdle, rude, and prude, and of GERD, the acid reflux thing. Honestly I've...
March 19th, 2014, 08:47 PM
I think Ginnifer would constantly be mistaken for Jennifer. There are other ways to get to Ginny, including Ginevra and Virginia.
I like Nina, Geneva and Arabella off your list.
Most Welsh names fit this... Ceridwen, Arianwen, Aeronwen, Gwendolen...
Let's see if I can think of others. Bethan, Tanwen, Ellen, Anwen, Arwen, Branwen, Aspen, Carmen, Caronwen, Gretchen, Colleen,...
Love it. Another meaning is "adventurous journey" from the word odyssey but I forget now if Odessa and Odessia started off separately.
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