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For me it's Agnes thanks to Despicable me, the movie is the only reason I have behind liking the name
Clover, Amity, Fable, Pilot, Alaska, Theobold
April 19th, 2014, 09:07 AM
Violet, Marigold, Magnolia, Lilac, Lily, Clover, Azalea
Mirabel, Isobel/Isabelle, Gabrielle/Gabriella
Adelaide, Adair, Adele/Adela, Calais
Emmeline, Emilia, Amelia,...
I know an Iesha and and Isha. Amanda and Jomanda are pretty bade though
April 19th, 2014, 08:48 AM
Adele - I think this name s good to use, it's not as much of a one person name as Madonna/Beyonce, it's a lovely name that was used and known outside from the singer
Dory - I love...
The other night me and the boyfriend was talking about names, not exactly baby names but just names in general and what he thought was a good/cool name. So here's a challenge, from the names listed...
April 14th, 2014, 08:00 PM
I know a Fatima who's family are Tongan, she isn't muslim and her niece has Fatima as a middle name. I say Fah-Tee-Ma
Aria- It's a lovely name and I like the musical connection but I associate it with the ARIA music charts here in Australia, I think if I was back in the UK I would use it.
Ava- I like Ava and I...
I really like Ernest/Earnest and think it makes a great name :)
I have three new names I am currently crushing on for boys, what do you think:
Roscoe- Unsure of the nickname Ross- but I love the cowboy feel I get from this name
Sorry for any repeats:
My first name rhymes with my bf's surname, it also means that if we ever have children that Lyra, Zara and other names ending in the ruh/rah sound are ruled out. My mum rules out Alicia, Melissa and...
Esli sounds very close to Presley, it could easily be misheard as another name.
I would like to see more people naming their children Esther, Tara, Clover, Fern, Theobald, Abel and Thaddeus....
I don't think there is any advice to give unless your sister asks for it, it is her decision . When and if the time comes that they ask just make sure she loves the name, the baby could always go by...
April 7th, 2014, 09:37 PM
I voted Ryan, I know many that range from the ages of 4-26
It's a very pretty name with the same chic and ageless feel Vivienne has.
I think one of the interns on Bones is called Wendell, it has a geeky vintage feel to it- maybe a little hipster. I like the name and it would be cool to meet a Wendell, it's just not my own personal...
@sweetpeacelove I really like the suggestion of Roswyn- it's something I'll think about. Thanks again for your opinions- you are awesome!!
Thanks for your replies it is good to know other people's opinions. Maybe it will be better in the middle spot :)
One of my guilty pleasure names is Oswin for a girl, I think it's because of Doctor Who and 'Oswald for the win- Oswin' that holds me back from looking at the name as usable.
Do you think it would...
Charles or Poet?
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