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For some reason, I've always hated the names Penelope, Charlotte, Ruby, Lily and Scarlett!
However, over the last few years, I've grown to like Penelope, Ruby and Scarlett (moreso Scarlett). But...
Yesterday, 02:15 AM
Hamish and Robert got my votes - very nice :)
Ay-br'm is how I pronounce it as well!
+1. I think you hit the nail on the head here.
It does sound nice, but I do believe it should be more of a GP name than one to name your child.
I adore Bianca! I think it's adorable and spunky at the same time. Although I was slightly turned off it when my mother said it was a prissy rich girl name *sighs*
I suck at middle names, but here...
September 17th, 2014, 09:19 AM
Walter Edmund for a boy.
Anna Genevieve if a girl.
Though I've be tempted to name her Poppy :)
September 17th, 2014, 08:32 AM
Congratulations! Hope all goes well with you and your girlfriend :D
September 17th, 2014, 04:14 AM
Three girls and two boys
Walter Edmund Jago
Elliot Christian Scott
Anna Olive Genevieve
Poppy Matilda Rose
Jane Elowen Astrid
Made up the Jane combo on the spot. Ha.
September 17th, 2014, 02:10 AM
A or E
So, as you may (or probably don't) know, I adore the name Poppy, but have had a few problems with it. So, I figured I'd put it all into one post.
1/ Do you think it's usable? I don't mind if...
September 16th, 2014, 11:32 PM
I would have pronounced it mar-cell-een, with no emphasis. Cell as in cell phone or biological cell.
Susan is dated, but that doesn't render it unusable!
It's beautiful, strong and charming.
Absolutely adore the name Audrey! She's a classy, dignified, yet playful name all at the same time. It really is a timeless classic that can work on anybody! And it is one of those names that if...
@bonfireazaleaActually: there are quite a lot of uni courses in Aus that are four years nowadays!
I've just finished my final exams for grade 12... Of course, still have six assignments next term,...
Whoops.... I've been pronouncing it theer-ron (like Kieran but with a 'th').
But, either pronunciation sounds rather handsome. I particularly like it, and I certainly agree with you about not...
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Think: Nice names, though Helena is a bit safe
This is my son, Walter!
- Rosalie and Evangeline (gg)
- Walter and Vincent (bb)
- Anna and Edith (gg)
- Elliot and Julian (bb)
- Poppy and Jane (gg)
- Elowen and Anwen (gg)
- Christian and Theodore (bb)
September 15th, 2014, 02:49 AM
If it's not too late I'd love to join in! The only time I get to decently talk about names is in these forums, but they don't really count because it's rather impersonal :P
I don't mind giving...
September 14th, 2014, 10:33 AM
 June Lenora -- absolutely stunning! Isobel just doesn't seem to flow as nicely with it, but June Lenora is just... wow.
 Diana Florence -- Diana Willow was a close second, but you can't...
Honestly, I'd go Hugo. It seems a bit of a compromise. While I agree with you - I love Leo as well - if the hubby doesn't like it, don't force him to use it. It's his child too. Kieran Mariska isn't...
September 14th, 2014, 09:50 AM
I'm from Australia, but the source I've used is American. Itadds all of the variations of the same name to get an unbiased rank. The boy any girl version of this.
Name/All variations ranked/kids...
September 14th, 2014, 06:11 AM
Elodie - Stunning 9/10
Quinn - Spunky and versatile 10/10
Maebry - Not a fan, sorry. 5/10
Lilian - Sorry, not a fan. But still decent 4/10
Winter - Nice 7/10
Mabel - Nice 7/10
Eden - Adorable...
Anna - Annie / Anya
Astrid - Astra
Edith - Edie
Evangeline - Eva
Greta - Etta ?
Gwendolen - Wendy
Jane - Janie
Poppy - Pop ?
Rosalie - Rose
Victoria - Viria / Vika
I love both names, but I don't think they flow together the best. Being said, flow doesn't really matter past the first few years as it's hardly used - so if you love it, use it.
Walter, definitely. And Walter Silas is an amazing combo.
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