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Not all Scottish but maybe something will appeal.
How about Pearl? Margaret means Pearl and it gives you a one syllable name so that you can use something else.
Clara Matilda Pearl?
April 21st, 2013, 10:02 PM
I wouldn't go for anything starting in A as the middle name, it runs into the end of Victoria (FWIW my understanding is that Aisling can be pronounced lin, ling or leen depending on what district of...
April 21st, 2013, 06:57 PM
Change it. I have a sibling with a phonetic spelling of Siobhan and everyone tries to spell it properly instead! It is frustrating to her and it looks like her parents were illiterate to spell it so...
I don't like the way the N ending of Clementine runs into the N start of Nora, therefore I'd suggest Adelice is your best option. But I agree with others about the appearance of Adelice. Perhaps...
Take the guess work out of it. If you live in US: http://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/
They also do by state: http://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/state/index.html
November 19th, 2011, 09:32 PM
ca-SEE-uh, but I've never met one.
ah-KAY-shuh here too! Familiar with it already, but can't immediately think of anyone I know with that name.
November 19th, 2011, 04:31 AM
I think Phoebe sounds best with Amato, Georgia fits best with Isabelle but repeats some sounds with Elijah, and Raphaela has 'el' in common with Isabelle but is a little different in style...
November 19th, 2011, 01:52 AM
Hi Meg - i love that you would contemplate Jane as a firstname. I think it would be very fresh as it is like Rose - everyone's middle name but no-ones first.
All the firstnames are lovely. Lucia...
Siri is the name of an iphone app that people are talking alot about at the moment. Moght not be a concern for you but thought I would mention it.
I don't think The Suri thing should bother you....
November 19th, 2011, 01:43 AM
Tessa is gorgeous :)
Tessa Julianne or Tessa Madeleine would be quite fabulous!
And she will definitely be whatever you want to call her and how you pronounce it until at least the first...
Genna would be better than Genny - you might be able to steer them in that direction more easily.
Indira, Rose or Kirsi
November 18th, 2011, 01:20 AM
My personal preference is Nadia, but with sister Keegan I'd go for Harper.
I find Evenie Anneliese runs together a little and sounds a little like "Evenie and Elise". I think this is because both names have the same number of syllables in the same rhythm. I'd personally try...
November 18th, 2011, 12:59 AM
Never mind - maybe you can write it off by telling yourself that the 'ella' in Isabella is too close to the 'el' in eloise?
Longer names: Veronica, Vivienne, Genevieve, Tabitha, Madeleine,...
Negatives: I personally find it a little feminine for a male, because there are lots of girl's names with the 'fee' sound in it.
Some might think this is Theon with a speech impediment.
November 18th, 2011, 12:38 AM
It isn't for me, but I admire her use of it. At a quick glance I first read Begonia Falcon for some bizarre reason!
Begonia and Juniper are cute as cousins! Are there any more flower/plant names...
Definite possibility halfkoreangirl!
November 18th, 2011, 12:14 AM
I also love Madeleine, but hate Maddy. It'll be fine if you don't call her that but it may not stop her from choosing it for yourself or from others calling her that. My brother prefers the NN my...
I'd go for something shorter with a long name like Annamarie, so from your choices I'd prefer Kathleen. I think one syllable flows nicely, but it depends how many syllables your last name has.
November 17th, 2011, 09:57 PM
I don't think anyone mentioned Bronwen yet. Otherwise I would go for Rhiannon, Carys, or Ceridwen.
November 17th, 2011, 09:47 PM
How about Persephone instead of Penelope? Too out there? Probably still too similar sounding to Phoebe.
Whenever I hear Olive I always think of Hazel and Sage as similar names. Phoebe and Hazel...
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