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I like Willow Jennifer, Scarlett Jennifer, Oona Jennifer, and Lea Jennifer. :)
1. What's your opinion of the name Iris? Is it hipster? Classic? Vintage?
2. Which is a better middle name for Iris: Alexandra or Georgina? Any other suggestions?
What do you think of Astraea and Asteria? Which one do you prefer?
My only concern is Astraea sounds like Australia and Asteria reminds of of hysteria.
Definitely. I've known some people named Ara. It works alone as a first name.
I prefer Camilla/Camila. I normally gravitate towards names ending in -a. Plus, I've known a lot of Camilles growing up so it feels a bit bland to me.
I like both but slightly prefer Maura.
Use it! It fits all of your criteria, and I think that's more important than the fact that it's extremely popular. Being Sophia G. in class isn't most ideal, but I don't see anything damaging about...
I pronounce it differently. I like Emilia better than Amelia.
I really like it! Georgia and Julia aren't too much at all. I also like Georgina Lucille.
Same. I don't think the car reference makes it unusable.
December 31st, 2014, 07:19 AM
I love Eliza and Margaret, but dislike Elizabeth and Maggie. I also like Juliet.
Rosemary and Annabel are just okay.
I like Norah but only with the spelling Norah.
It's a good name! It is vintage but to me it doesn't feel dated at all.
December 30th, 2014, 05:35 AM
I don't know anyone named Isla but it does seem to be very popular in Nameberry and in the UK.
I've never been a fan of Isla, when I see it I just think of the Spanish word for island.
I really like Violet Oona and Violet Fiona!
December 29th, 2014, 08:49 AM
I like Atticus Rex and Atticus James.
Sister names: Ramona, Isabel/Isobel, Matilda, Emmeline
Thank you all for the feedback. Anyone else? :)
December 29th, 2014, 08:19 AM
I can picture all these names on an adult, maybe except for Pearl. I love Alice, Violet and Zelda! If I were to change my name, I would pick Zelda. It's unusual but easy to pronounce, and a bit...
Clara is also on my list and I think it's perfect with Julia! I imagine a Clara to be elegant and smart. Cora makes me think of a dowdy woman, although it's quite a well-loved name in the site.
Which A first name goes best with middle name Christina?
December 28th, 2014, 03:15 AM
Stella June is perfect! My next choices would be Sylvia June and Magnolia June. :)
Hello! I'm revising my list and need your help on picking out middle names:
I like Jemma and Belle!
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