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Thanks! And yes, Francesca is great. I asked my mom what she thinks and she sais she likes Francesca Hazel.
@jem: Francesca Isabel is lovely. I also like Francesca Isabella.
Hi, this is Charlotte here. I wanted to have some help with a name for my sister. There is an Aunt we would like to honour called Miriam Frances. She will be a sister to Madelyn "Maddie" Kate, Amelia...
Thanks everyone! I think these are great ideas. I was thinking of changing part of the name maybe. I thought Beatrice could look great on me so maybe Beatrice Charlotta? I also like Jay so maybe Jay...
August 26th, 2013, 06:15 AM
Vivien (or Vivian)
August 26th, 2013, 01:40 AM
Lila and Adrianna are definitely my favourites! Maybe you could even pair them and call her Adrianna Lila or Lila Adrianna. Adrianna Lila Gussy sounds really elegant.
So, my mum is going to have another child (we don't know which sex) so I was thinking of asking for some ideas. The surname will be Jones and the baby will be a sibling to Madelyn, Abigail, Amelia,...
Okay. My name is Charlotte Victoria Jayne. I don't mind telling you the surname cus its common: Jones. There is a catch though. Charlotte is pronounced Shar-lot-tuh and people always get it wrong at...
August 7th, 2013, 07:53 PM
Definitely Harriet or Harriett could fit. Maybe Rebecca or Mathilda?
July 31st, 2013, 11:18 PM
John is a wonderful, strong name! I think it is lovely. Even if it is popular in reality you don't meet all too many.
p.s. I adore Mary!
July 31st, 2013, 07:47 PM
Araminta Jean is my favourite of all because it is just so pretty and the names go together well but I also like Jessamine.
Wilhelm/ Vilhelm / Willem
Charlotte (Shar-lot-tuh)/ Lotte (Lo-tuh)
July 31st, 2013, 04:18 AM
Jane is a wonderful first name! Think of Jane Austen, Jane Russel, Jane Fairfax, Jane Bennett, Jane Eyre and all those other great Janes. Jane is also easy to spell and pronounce. What is more it has...
Some ideas would be:
Hettie/ Hetty/ Ettie
July 14th, 2013, 07:14 AM
How about Gabrielle? That is used in England and France, I believe. I like Juliette and Clara from your list.
Margot Anne or Margot Annelies (Anne Frank's sister was called Margot).
Margot Mette (Met-tuh)
June 2nd, 2013, 05:44 AM
I think that Roberta is definitely my favourite feminisation. I like Erika though. It is also quite pretty spelled Erica. Don't you think that Roberta Mary Elizabeth or Caroline Belle...
Just for fun try writing a list of rules that you would use to find the perfect name and then find some names that fit. Here is my go:
1. Must be easy to pronounce.
2. Must be easy to spell.
June 2nd, 2013, 05:27 AM
Edith Anna is pretty!
How about (including initials):
Honoria Elizabeth A--- (H.M.A)
Kathryn Alice A--- (K.A.A)
Caroline Meredith A--- (C.M.A)
Charlotte Rose A--- (C.R.A)
Victoria Alice A---...
June 2nd, 2013, 04:22 AM
1. Edmund Atticus
2. Oliver Joseph "Ollie"
3. Beatrice Wren "Bea"
4. Harriet Anya "Hattie"
5. Hugo Huckleberry
6. Wilfred Charles "Freddie"
7. Henrietta Wilhelmina "Hetty" or "Mina"
June 2nd, 2013, 01:55 AM
I am fourteen and I LOVE names!
My favourite combinations at the moment:
Alright, I'll give you two lists of names so that you can come up with your top five pairings and one with names of your own. If you like you could come up with a nickname as well! Here they are:...
Ella, Olivia, Addison and:
June 2nd, 2013, 01:30 AM
Alicia and Camilla
Maria and Victoria
Rosa and Blanca
Alejandra and Paula
Maria Lucia and Maria Helena
Juanita and Paula
How about Lillian or Lillianne? You could try spelling Liliana Lilianna.
I would say:
Amanda (despite its popularity)
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