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Thanks for your suggestions everyone!
I would pronounce it Al-ees-ia
Yeah, Anna would be too much the same, but
Britton Hazel Grace sounds lovely!
Etta is adorable too, but I prefer Hazel
Whatever you decide, don't think you can go wrong with using Grace as a...
That is honestly a great idea, except I have a sister in law named Julie, and I wouldn't want to name a baby after her... :p
I like it! The spelling is different enough from Britain, the fact that it sounds the same doesn't bother me at all. it's feminine, tough, and smart.
As for middles, it seems like you are fond of...
So my husband and I have a short list that we both agree we like (to some degree)
Evelyn: we love this one, but I'm turned off by its popularity
Liesel: pronounced like Diesel with an L. we...
January 29th, 2014, 09:25 PM
@calianais your description sounds luke a Sidney to me, and @ladyvanraven you seem like Helena would suit you.
As for myself.
I'm passionate, opinionated, but I mostly keep to myself. I am short...
July 12th, 2013, 06:47 PM
It would be ehv-uh-LEEN like Evelyn only with the long "E" at the end. I have seen it spelled Evelien, I think both spellings are nice. I prefer the E at the end, but it would be more likely misread,...
July 12th, 2013, 06:33 PM
Eveline pronounced ev-eh-LEEN like the end of Evangeline
Dropped Lucy and June
Thanks for the thoughts on spelling, I think you guys are right. Now that you point out the EEVE-leen pronunciation I can't not see it lol
When I first read it, it reminded me of the thestrals from Harry potter (flying black horses that are only visible if you have seen someone die) its not a bad association, just what came to my mind....
July 10th, 2013, 04:29 PM
Catalina Sylvie Eve
For a very long time my husband and I have loved the name Evelyn Judy (Judy, after grandma) but I don't think I could stand using such a popular name. Every time I see the name Evangeline I just love...
February 20th, 2012, 11:53 PM
My sister in law named her new baby Noralee Grace. I love Grace paired with Nora
Thank you for all of your suggestions! I like a lot that were mentioned and I'm seriously considering Gabriel Lev.
I'm looking for a name that is short and fairly unique, nothing uneeke though lol
No I don't think Henry is too trendy, but to me popular and trendy are different things.
The name Henry is a popular name right now, but I think it still holds on to its originality and class.
I am having a son in march.
One of the few names my husband and I both really like is Gabriel, but we both hate the shortened version of it; Gabe.
I started playing around with the name and came...
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