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September 22nd, 2013, 07:44 AM
Maeve is a GREAT choice! Glad to see you using it in the first place rather than in the middle, which seems to be by far the most popular placement amongst berries.
Of course, I am completely...
Back to the drawing board, trying to refine our list for Maeve Alice's little brother or sister (TTC).
Please give your reactions / thoughts to these possible names. Combos and new ideas welcomed!...
Not sure if this is helpful, but we had chosen Arlo if our little Maeve had been a boy. LOVE Arlo and still hoping to use it if we ever have a boy! For what it's worth, this was/is our girl list...
Great list! LOVE Sadie.
For what it's worth, my little 5 month old lady is Maeve (which we love and get loads of compliments on!) but I do find myself nicknaming her to Maisie about 50% of the...
I knew I couldn't stay away from Nameberry for long...
Although our little girl Maeve Alice is only a couple of months old, I still often find myself pondering different name options for her...
Our little girl arrived a month early, but is home now from special care and doing well.
Thank you nameberries for allowing us this terrific forum to explore, eliminate and select the name for our...
My friend's name is Sietske (see-ska).
It's Dutch and she gets compliments for it all the time!
I'm on the hunt for a broader list of 'E' names for girls. (Beyond the usual Elizabeth, Eleanor, Eloise, etcs...)
Can you help? Two syllables as a minimum, but preferably 3, or 4....
Poll: Maeve or Meabh?
Which spelling should we use? (prn MAYV)
I LOVE the gorgeous original 'Meabh' spelling, but am assuming 'Maeve' will have a much easier time with pronounciation.
We live in Australia, where...
I loved reading this! Thanks for the encouragement. I find it all so daunting! :)
Maeve is pronounced MAYV - one syllable.
Thanks everyone for your input. Really interesting to read so many mixed responses to this name, despite it's popularity on Nameberrry as a whole.
I've been thinking a lot about the option of Maeve as a first name lately. For me it falls into the 'underused but familiar' category (I work in childcare and have yet to meet a single little Maeve)...
November 6th, 2012, 08:36 PM
Thanks everyone. Really, really helpful!
One last question then. Does the full name Greer Moodie sound ok?? I know the best middle name will give her name a nice flow, but on a daily basis she...
November 6th, 2012, 04:05 AM
Feel free to please tell me why! And why not!
November 5th, 2012, 06:16 PM
Thanks for the detail! And thanks everyone else for commenting. I guess if I list the ones that are truly contenders (as in, her Dad and I could maybe both agree to them!), then the list would look...
I agree with this. Gorgeous!
November 5th, 2012, 01:29 AM
Thanks for sending some other options! My only concern with many of these though (Finley, Hadley, Audrey, Emery, Aubrey - although gorgeous names!) is that they sounds quite matchy against our...
November 4th, 2012, 11:40 PM
I had thought we were done and dusted, but it turns out I was wrong. Our first baby, a girl, is due in 10 weeks, and for about a month now we have been pretty settled on her first name...
September 26th, 2012, 11:29 PM
Juniper Maeve, hands down! :)
My preferences would be:
September 25th, 2012, 03:12 AM
Hi all, please vote on your favourite combos here - or suggest another! I'd love to hear your reasons too!! :)
September 25th, 2012, 12:14 AM
I like: India, London, Vienna, Florence, Berlin, Darwin.
(Probably wouldn't use them though!)
A lovely name. I definitely prefer Briony. I think it's slightly more intuitive, and the double 'y' makes it a much less attractive, sophisticated name IMO. Not sure why, but there you go! :)
September 24th, 2012, 06:23 PM
What do you think of Greer?
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