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July 15th, 2015, 02:34 PM
Hi, I'm looking for suggestions to honor a family member who's initials spell MAP. Go wild. Thanks.
I really like Neila. With that spelling I think anyone in the U.S. or U.K. will see it as a feminization of Neil and not have a problem with pronunciation. So Neila Elizabeth has my vote.
May 28th, 2015, 11:16 AM
What about Osiris or Orson nm Ozzie or just Ozzie. That seems like a compromise between Oscar and Izzy. Other suggestions: Elihu nm Eli, Garrick nm Gary or Rick (not common anymore), Welby nm Wells.
I like Endillion. It does feel magical.
I agree with @adelina_sophia. Elettra sounds like a misspelling of Electra and I really don't like it.
Ok, 2nd try: Scotland is also called Albion so there's that name. Scotland is from words that mean mist...so Haze or Hayes or Hazen? Gale for Gaelic/Gaels or Walsh for Welsh. Brume is a poetic way of...
Noah means wandering
Cain spent his life as a wanderer in exile
Peregrine or Perry means traveler or pilgrim (I think Pilgrim is an awesome middle)
Rover (but I wonder if people still remember...
Margo Ashni - it's a sanskrit name that means "lightning." She's your rare flash of lightning.
I knew a Beauregard growing up (I am not that old). His nickname was Beau and he wore both really well. I love Beauregard.
March 15th, 2015, 12:50 PM
Adelpha ("beloved sister" - No s or z sound, but I just like that meaning)
Zeta (6th letter of the Greek alphabet and the z sound)
I know a baby boy named July. It suits. I love weird word names (lately, the word Javelin just seems like a no-brainer as a name to me), so I see no problem with it on a boy or girl. I like the...
March 5th, 2015, 02:24 PM
I think it depends on how you feel. It is a straight line association for me, but it's about how you feel. Personally, I have a few people in my life I would want to honor, but maybe not with their...
March 4th, 2015, 06:29 PM
Cassandra is a by-name/nickname for Hera who also went by Anthea and Juno. Zandra is a fun Sandra/Cassandra option.
March 4th, 2015, 06:15 PM
I like Luke and Liv together. I also have a thing against same initial patterns for myself, but I think they sound great together. Would you consider an name that meant something close to Liv, like...
Talfryn (Welsh "high hill")
Thurlow (Thor's hill)
Boyce ("lives by the woods)
I looked for things beyond Rose, Daisy and such just for last name purposes, and to veer from the obvious while having a nice "last" name formal sound. You sound set on the flower theme, but you...
February 27th, 2015, 06:02 PM
February 20th, 2015, 12:20 PM
I really like Ferdinand, Alvin, Wilko/Wilco and Dorian from your list. Though Wilko/Wilco would be pronounced Will-kho, and I'm not sure that is correct? Ferdidnand, Alvin and Dorian are vintage...
I think that children like the story of their name; why you chose it. Your other children have a reason, I don't think this child will care that it is or isn't a family name just that there is a...
February 18th, 2015, 12:05 PM
Please come back and let us know what you choose. You could even put yourself as a belated birth announcement. :D
February 17th, 2015, 12:31 PM
I love the Indian name Ram (short for Ramachandran, but you can just use Ram), and that is very easy in America or anywhere.
January 19th, 2015, 01:36 PM
To elaborate and explain what feels "trendy" about your names: it's smooshing Leigh with a name or changing Ly to Leigh or Lee on a name i.e. Beverleigh, Beverlee...old name made trendy. You seem to...
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