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May 17th, 2015, 03:43 PM
I think you have some good choices in your list and above. My first thought was Louisa. I also like all the -ya/-ia/-ja ending names-- Anya, Sonja, Tania, Daria, etc. A Dutch name that might work...
I love Julia too! A name similar to one in your signature is Nadia.
Some other possibilities that seem similar:
I like Cynthia and think it's ready for revival-- especially with a different nn (I'm not a fan of Cindy). Thia is a nice idea.
May 16th, 2015, 07:28 PM
Another vote for Ophelia!
Some names that may "meet in the middle" for you:
Victor, Vincent, Hallam, Dominic, Collin, Lucian, Julian, Dante, Atticus, Darius, Dashiell, Warren, Marshall, Graham, Gideon, Gabriel, Lachlan,...
May 14th, 2015, 10:13 PM
With your sibset, I like Esmerie, Evangeline, and Elodie best. Clarise is too similar to Annelise and I would also drop all the names starting with A and C.
Some other possibilities:
Lots of good suggestions above, but a few more possibilities:
Ambrosia-- this has got to be it!
Charlotte (but most people probably won't know the dessert)
Courtney, Lauren, Emily, and
Here are mine:
Cleo and Maxine are nice-- some other similar names:
I like Zara best with your sibset and heritage-- it is zippy because of the Z, but elegant for a grown up name too. Zoe or Zosia would also work well. Piper seems too trendy, although I do like...
I voted for Harlan and Camille-- the L-sounds kind of tie them together, but they don't sound match-y.
I missed this earlier-- here are my favorites:
801-825: Apollo and Esme
826-850: Reuben and Aurelia
851-875: Hugh and Paloma
876-900: Gilbert and Holland
I like Roman Isaiah best from your list-- the others are okay too. What about Roland Isaiah or Rupert Isaiah-- these sound better to me. Benjamin Hayes is okay-- it reminds me of Presidents...
May 12th, 2015, 10:12 PM
Welcome to namberry! You have a some great names here I agree with the above poster-- most of them work really well with your last name (plus you and your husband seem to like a lot of the same...
I think it's the repeated -el sound that makes this not my favorite combo. I like your other combos with Adele-- especially Adele Rosamund Jane and Adele Clementine Ruth.
While I like Julia and Grace together-- I am wondering if Julia fits with your son's name, so I might go with something else to not have 2 J-names or 2 that sound similar.
Here are mine:
Here are my favorites:
Jane Louise is one of my favorite combos (I've got a niece with this name!)-- maybe this would work instead of Eloise? Jane Frances is another favorite combo.
Here's how I rank your list from top...
Lots of good suggestions above! I like Mabel okay and it works well with your sibset. I especially like Edith, Ellen, Eliza, Hazel, Sylvia, Clara, Daphne, Sybil, and Lucille.
I know siblings with these names and think they work well together. Both have Latin-ish roots and are classic while sounding fresh/modern. Dom, Nic, or Nico are cute nns for Dominic.
I like Tess, Hattie, and Ruth best. Ruth is simple like Tess and short, Vivian seems more elegant when compared to the more nicknamey Hattie. What about Ruth Vivian as a combo?
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