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September 5th, 2014, 08:46 AM
Cornelius... It reminds me of Fight Club when he turns up to all of the support groups wearing a different name badge each time. I don't think that the nickname Cal works at all though. Cornelius...
September 5th, 2014, 08:36 AM
I think I'm having a mental block as that's all I could come up with - If you're looking for a second middle name I'd go with something short and...
Arthur, Walter, Louis, and Rupert. My suggestion has to be Reuben, I am so in love with that name!!
I agree that Eleanor has the best flow, I would say that my favourite was Elisabeth but I much prefer Elizabeth.
Kate Winter somehow makes me think of the Duchess Kate Windsor. I wouldn't worry about the name or the cat! Kate and Katie are both lovely, not so keen on Katy.
I recently met a baby girl called Nevaeh. At first I thought her Mum had said Olivia but when I asked again she said "Nevaeh - it's heaven spelt backwards" I got so excited because I'd never even...
Cordelia Jane Beth
Dahlia Skye Elizabeth
Mirabel Olive/Olivia Beth
Mirabel Scarlett Beth
*Elowen Primrose Beth
August 28th, 2014, 09:00 AM
Seymour: I think I would have to see it and hear it on a little boy before making my mind up. I'd rather have something "outdated" than some of the modern names you hear these days.
August 28th, 2014, 07:52 AM
Ember Claire is a beautiful name! From your list I'd say either Cora Beth or Cora Felicity. I think that Wren works a lot better as a first name otherwise I would have said that. My suggestions...
August 28th, 2014, 07:41 AM
Yes: Erma, Flossie, Gussie, Millie, Minerva, Winifred (Winnie)
No: Myrtle, Zelda, Gladys
1. Pearl - It is the meaning behind Pearl that boosts it straight to No.1. My name, Megan, means Pearl. The birthstone for June is a pearl which is to commemorate my Aunty June who sadly passed away...
August 27th, 2014, 09:12 AM
The UK permits any name, except for those deemed offensive. I think you should have the right to name your child whatever you see fit. In Portugal and various other countries many names are banned...
August 27th, 2014, 09:06 AM
Rosalie Marguerite sounds perfect! If I'm honest I wouldn't even recognize Marguerite as a flower name, then again I'm not French. Don't let anyone deter you - go with your heart!!
Personally, Isla Gray is my favourite because I love the contrast. The names Imogen and Isla always sound really colourful to...
Elizabeth is by far my favourite on your list. My favourite nicknames for Elizabeth are Eliza, Effy and Elle. I dislike Rachel and Violet but the nickname Vi is ultra cool, I prefer Vivienne with...
August 26th, 2014, 09:48 AM
I don't think that they are too close at all, in fact I like the idea of all of the names being slightly similar and beginning with 'S'. Sienna is such a pretty name!
And btw, I wouldn't worry too much about the 'RR' initials because I know a girl called Roxanne Richardson and she loves her name
I absolutely adore Ruby, not so keen on Fiona or Nadia though. Others names that are similar to Ruby would be:
Katie/Katy Dawn Willow
Sadie Dawn Willow ('S' sibset would be nice)
Mine is Raffle, I think that there are so many variations I could use as potential future names like... Rafferty, Rapheal, Rapheala, Raphielle.
I just made a brand new account on Instagram where I'll be posting regular boy and girl names, hot or nots, celebrity updates and much more! I'd really appreciate a follow because...
Yeah same here, maybe as a middle name? I really love Edelweiss though and it has a lot of potential nicknames like Ada, Edie, Vice...
I think Maisie is more of a little girl name, whereas Delilah is lovely. I like Violet too.
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Since it seems that you like nature names and your surname is very long, have you considered using a very short middle with meaning? Some of my...
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