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April 22nd, 2013, 06:49 PM
My favorite would probably be Suzanna. (Partly because my younger daughter's middle name is Susannah, in honor of my sister, whose middle name is Suzanne!) It's a classically pretty name, not overly...
Here are a few ideas for you - tried to strike a balance between the styles, but I may or may not have succeeded (haha):
Dominic (Dom or Nick)
I personally like Nonna (and Nona). I think it could work as a middle name with the right first. From the list in your signature, I feel like the best first name would be either Delphia or Eulalie. I...
I like Silas and Kieran, and don't really care for the other two at all - however, I voted for Silas over Kieran because to me, Silas is clearly masculine while Kieran is trending toward unisex, and...
April 18th, 2013, 09:34 PM
It's not bad, but I wish you would use the traditional spellings of the names and make it Zoe-Marie Ileana. That looks so much prettier on paper to me.
Good luck! :)
My favorite is Adelpha, Imogen & Mila. I think those go beautifully together! Althea, Maude & Zaila and Arabella, Ilona & Vashti are also nice. The others I'm not a huge fan of.
Good luck! :)
Pearl Agnes is beautiful. Go for it, absolutely. :)
For the men, I like Simeon and Theophilus. I could see myself using Simeon, but Theophilus is a little bit OTT. The only one I like from the women's names is Hyacinth, but if I considered that it'd...
April 18th, 2013, 08:34 PM
I think Mischa's suggestions are good ones. Have you considered jewel names instead of floral ones? Similar theme, but there are some lovely vintage choices there. Ideas:
Beautiful names! My favorite is Charlotte Elizabeth, with Vivienne Elizabeth a close runner-up. Good luck! :)
April 18th, 2013, 07:56 PM
Although I don't personally like Ethel, I know she's been making a comeback in some circles like Nameberry, especially since Lily Allen used it, so I don't think it belongs here.
I also disagree...
April 18th, 2013, 07:41 PM
Amity Calista - Both names are pretty. I'm not sure they go well together, though.
Blythe Eloise - I'm sorry, I really dislike Blythe, but Eloise is nice.
Calliope Eloise - This is very nice....
April 17th, 2013, 06:44 PM
Have you considered using a variation of Diane instead? There's Diana, of course, or if you'd like something more unusual, Diantha.
I like Rowan the best of your first name ideas. Loxley reminds...
I do find Millicent a little overly close to Melissa, especially knowing the connection between Millicent and Melisande, which is even more similar.
Other ways to get to Millie (which is lovely,...
Man, I can't say I'm a fan of that sibset at all. Cade and Gage are WAY too close to one another... I could see one of those two being grouped with just Ella and Scott and that being fine... but then...
Beatrix is hardly trendy at this point. It's not even in the top 1000 in the US, and even the more common Beatrice is only at #707! I really think you should reconsider that, because Beatrix is...
I'm glad at least Eve could potentially work! I also just thought of Julia - again, lovely and timeless but currently pretty popular. I'll post again if anything else comes to mind - you can always...
I think it should be pretty easy to find some common ground between your lists! They're really not THAT far apart style-wise, his are just a bit trendier. Ideas:
Amelia (seems a good balance...
Pretty and never goes out of style.
April 17th, 2013, 03:52 PM
I believe I saw this article. It made me laugh. Blanche, Agatha, Beatrice, Ruth, Opal and Rose are all either back in fashion already or headed that way very soon, if Nameberry is any judge....
April 17th, 2013, 03:41 PM
Sorry for any repeats - I try to catch these things, but people post such long lists. :)
With Gwendolen, my favorites are Athena and Louisa. With Sibyl, I also like Athena, as well as Genevieve - I would avoid the two L names here, since the ending L of Sibyl kind of smushes into it.
April 17th, 2013, 04:31 AM
Some good suggestions here, particularly Kate, Lark and Louise - I think all three of those are definitely winners.
Emmeline Bette - I love this, I think Emmie Bette is really quirky...
I like the previous suggestions of Lillian, Willow, Arabella, and Griffin. :)
If I were keeping a double letter theme, I would prefer none of the double letters to be the same (so no N's or T's)....
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