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I really like this name. I don't get a dated association because I don't know anyone by the name. Wayne for me is very dated, while Wade feels fresher.
I like the association with water, having...
June 15th, 2015, 05:32 AM
Em-uh-line is the pronunciation where I live. I pronounce it that way because of the film The Blue Lagoon and also everyone here pronounces things phonetically. Hence why I know an Adeline pronounced...
You're right. I knew a few Rebeccas growing up (I was born in the 90s.) But personally I think because it's biblical it doesn't matter as much. :)
Yes! Its a stretch, but it could still work :)
Other suggestions would be:
I live in Oz also and Lachlan is all boy here. It's been super popular for a really long time, so I've never seen a female Lachlan, I'm sure there would be some out there, just not many here. I hate...
Or Caroline... It's quite the puzzlement, I'm really not sure.
Oh yes, I do remember hearing that anecdote as well!
That's very interesting. So perhaps it is a French name, but almost forget? In the same style as the other -line names.
I too think of the Neil Gaiman character.
I can't find any alternate pronunciations on Forvo, but I looked on thinkbabynames.com and they say it's pronounced Cor-uh-line as well. Because it stems...
Evelina could also be another option if you're interested.
I think Noelle Romy is pretty! But I like Clara Romy too. Decisions, decisions!
Clara may be a classic, but I get the same Victoriana vibe from both. Just one being more French and the other...
I agree with other posters. Charlotte is top ten in many countries at the moment, Australia included, but it's not necessarily a bad thing. Little girls love princesses. In truth, I was glad they...
May 4th, 2015, 09:17 AM
I forgot all about Tennessee! It makes me think of Tennessee Williams and I vowed when I was younger that I was going to name my son after him.
How is Viviane pronounced? I've heard it pronounced Viv-EE-ANNE, but I'm told it's pronounced exactly the same as Vivien. Vivien is Viv-EE-En to me. Thoughts?
May 3rd, 2015, 11:10 PM
Hmm... probably Natalie.
Alice Elaine is lovely. I think Elaine isn't too old fashioned, it fits right in with all the other El- names and is familiar, but unexpected.
The only association I have is Seinfeld.
May 1st, 2015, 10:03 PM
Ella. Her mother was sitting beside me at the registration office. She was a tad grizzly and was fake crying because her mother was filling out paperwork.
I'm the same for the most part.
Adeline, Caroline, Madeline, Coraline, Emmeline*
*I'm fine with either for Emmeline, but in The Blue Lagoon, its -line and since that's what...
May 1st, 2015, 10:41 AM
Just for the record, despite the whole virgin thing in Virginia, it's my cousin's name. She's thirteen years old and doesn't seem to have any issues because of it.
May 1st, 2015, 07:22 AM
I loved Bonnie since I was a little girl. Like most Berries, I put my love for her on the backburner from time to time, just while I'm searching for other ideas. I came back to her again today and my...
Quinn! Not a fan of Stacy, but I think Macy is sweet.
Screen name: SoDallas3
First name in real life: Jessica
Have any kids? No, my siblings names are Isabella Mary Therese, Zachary John, Briony Lee, Danniel Jason and Brock John Wray....
April 30th, 2015, 04:32 AM
Clarissa for me is the best. It feels the least tied to any particular decade as well. I love Clara, so I guess it's only natural.
I like them! I'd pick something a little spunkier for Aspen's middle name though. :)
I like the alliteration of Maci Marie, but it's a little repetitive, so I'd go for Callie instead.
April 30th, 2015, 12:51 AM
I also like, but would probably never use most of these:
Carolina (this isn't out there though.)
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