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I VASTLY prefer Jade for a boy. It's somewhere between James and Jasper, and with Jayden and its variants so popular, I doubt anyone would blink an eye at a boy named Jade.
Atlas, Lucius, Augustus, Hollis, Julius, Caius, Amias, Cassius, Flavius, Paris, Anders, Seamus, Hayes, Junius, Amadeus, Louis, Lewis, Linus, Charles, Thomas, Ignatius, Aramis, Finneas, Cadmus, Emrys,...
The only names I can think of that haven't been suggested are Perenelle, Petronella, Antonella, Gianella, Cornelia, Lionella, Hannelore, Anneliese, and Serenella.
Maliyah is beautiful. How about...
Amelia or Amalia
Caia or Kaya
Lincoln is not a girl's name, so I would choose a more legitimate name for the middle so your daughter will have a backup option.
April 11th, 2014, 12:33 PM
Lucian Felix. Absolutely perfect.
This should be fun. Sorry for any repeats.
How about Judea?
April 9th, 2014, 10:28 PM
I really like Elektra, but I'd pair it with a more conventional middle -- and that much alliteration is, well, a bit too much.
I absolutely adore Faye -- it's a gorgeous, mythic name with a fluid sound and a great deal of weight. Fay just seems incomplete. Flora is sweet, but she doesn't have Faye's strength and style.
April 9th, 2014, 10:22 PM
Isla, Connor, and Fiona
Isla, Connor, and Nora
Isla, Connor, and Sadie
Isla, Connor, and Molly
Isla, Connor, and Elise
Isla, Connor, and Charlotte
Isla, Connor, and Lily
Isla, Connor, and...
April 9th, 2014, 09:14 PM
I prefer Iris, but Audrey is absolutely perfect with Jack. So, Audrey.
These are great names, but some of the combos are rather clunky. The ones that work best are Sylvia Louise, Hazel Rosemarie (though I don't like double-bontanical names), Benjamin Alexander, and...
Have you actually tried to say this name out loud? It's a serious mouthful. Calix is fabulous, but Callixtus isn't practical.
There's no way to spell this name "for a girl" because it isn't a girl's name -- it's a surname. Leighton and Layton both look trendily misspelled to me, but if I had to pick one, Layton is more...
April 9th, 2014, 08:26 PM
Oh man, this is going to be fun. I'm assuming you've already considered more mainstream options like Emma, Emily, and Elizabeth, and given the names of your other kids, you prefer trendy, modern...
Philip and Judah are strong, classic names. Neither Ava nor Mia really stand up next to them -- they're both trendy and rather lightweight. If I had to choose, Ava Estelle is the more substantial of...
Emily definitely isn't as awesome as Lucy. How about:
Natalia or Talia
April 8th, 2014, 07:20 PM
Why: I'll freely admit to being prejudiced -- Simon is one of my frontrunners. It's a distinguished, underused classic that's both handsome and versatile.
Why: It's a...
April 8th, 2014, 01:26 AM
I'm not Christian, but here are a few faith-related suggestions.
For boys, I love the names Eden, Ruby, Jade, Nova, Dove, Wynn, Ariel (traditionally masculine), Aubrey (ditto), Morgan (ditto), Jules (ditto), Robin (ditto), Shiloh (ditto), Paris (think myth, not...
Use? Probably not. But I'm intrigued by the following
Bosker (too close to busker to be usable, I think)
Fredmund (so exaggeratedly clunky it almost works)...
April 7th, 2014, 11:01 PM
I love Jack with Leo, Eli, Audrey, Lila, or Violet.
Have you considered using the name Marguerite? 'Daisy' used to be a common nickname.
I'm a stickler for names staying I their original gender, and since Vivian was historically masculine, I'd go with Vivienne.
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