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I think you should also maybe think about her parents' history and come up with a type of name they would (hypothetically) pick. It doesn't have to be modern-sounding; it just has to be your choice....
I really love Jezebel, and Moira seems interesting - thanks. Ophelia is cute in an old-fashioned way. But Joseph is common (I know several) and has many positive connotations.
Desdemona seems cool. I'm looking also for names with an old history that are underrated, so your reply was perfect, actually.
How about Margaret, nicknamed Maggie? I know it's old but Maggie can be modern-ish. Otherwise I suggest Willa, Lizette, and Giovanna nn Gia. (Hindu version is Jiya.)
Don't ask why, but for characters I want old names with sometimes a bad history; I'm trying to turn the negative image around. Not too negative, though: I'm not doing Cain or Romulus since they're...
I agree with Juniper as a futuristic name, but most Hunger Games names are even made-up sounding and ridiculous, or really old so that everybody thinks they're made up. Following this idea I'd go...
Does Evangeline sound good?
If not, I suggest:
Margaret or Martha
Ariana or just plain Anna/Ana
North West (Haha I feel really bad for that kid, even worse than Mercedes)
This isn't necessarily Sanskrit but I know it's Indian:
Naya - means wisdom in Hindi, a Maya alternative although Jaya is also Hindi
December 6th, 2013, 11:28 PM
Honestly I like both, but Inara is more preferable to me, being more unique in my opinion, since I actually know a person named that... it's your choice though! :p I like your taste.
I think Luna would be a good name--I've always liked it, and it does conjure up a sort of lighthearted, airy name. I can't think of a good middle name though... maybe Luna Elise or Luna Amelia?
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