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Algernon nn Algie
Alistair nn Alec (I'm not too keen on the nicknames for Alistair)
Malcolm nn Mal or Cole
Raphael nn Rafe
Theodore nn Theo or Teddy
Adelaide nn Ada or Lady
Anastasia nn Annie...
July 15th, 2014, 12:45 PM
I'm with rkrd. I say go for it! At first I thought Roxelana was a sweet variation of Roxanne/Roxanna, until I did a quick google search and then realized I knew who she was. If anything, naming your...
I really adore Lessie Rae on its own. Yes, Lessie would be cute as a nickname for Celeste or Alessandra, but with girls being named just Ellie and Maggie I think she would fit right in as a stand...
There's something about Promise that I don't really like. I voted for Clover despite the fact neither are my cup of tea, plus Clover makes me think of Totally Spies.
I don't think this combo is too out there despite the fact I've never heard of Selah before. In fact, the name is sweet and sounds comforting and friendly.
@little_billie I assume it's pronounced...
I think with the right accent it could sound similar to Carl (if Carl was pronounced cah-ill), but the way I say Carl and Cahill sound completely different. I say Cahill as cay-hill and Carl as...
I recently posted in another thread saying I would consider using Cahill as a possible name for a son. What do you think of Cahill? Is it too out-there? Middle name suggestions would be appreciated...
Just looking at the names I feel like something is missing. Maybe it's how short the names are? I don't know, but I do like the names as they feel a bit exotic. The Franca spelling looks nicer in my...
Almost all the surnames in my family are of Scottish origin, some I do like, but some seem to be too much. My last name is a name I love for the middle or surname, but it seems a bit rough with...
I'm not a huge fan of Hazel, but this combination is lovely. The length and beauty of Andromeda really balances out the short, sweetness of little Hazel.
I voted for Chester & Monty. Of all your choices, this particular combo stood out to me because the names were different enough that your boys could be their own rats, but also because I'm a huge...
I would name them Malcolm Pierce, Alistair James, and Leo Somethingoranother. Obviously, Somethingoranother is not actually going to be Leo's middle name, I just have yet to find the perfect middle...
June 26th, 2014, 01:35 AM
At this very moment, Georgia Helene is probably my favorite.
I would love to have four or five kids in the future, but realistically I'd probably end up having two or three.
I really like Rowan with your other children's names. It seems you and your hubby have a thing for surname names. I think you should try and continue that trend for this baby. And I also really like...
Congrats on your beautiful baby girl! I really love how sweet her name is, especially with her siblings.
The only name I can think of off the top of my head is Absalom.
June 4th, 2014, 08:17 PM
I've bolded the ones I absolutely adore.
Clark - I love this name. It's a strong boy name without being super masculine. And being associated with Superman helps a lot too. :)
Frederick - Now,...
June 4th, 2014, 07:35 PM
I was totally going to sit here and try to persuade you to continue to use Elliot, but I totally understand what you're saying. If you can't get past Elliot being attached to a murderer, I get that....
I prefer Jude, though your other choices are lovely.
Klaus David & Kassia Louise
May 25th, 2014, 09:30 PM
My heart screams for Pierce, but I feel either Graham or Grant is better suited for your family.
My favorites would have to be Petra, Margot, and Faye.
I voted for Catherine Grace. I really like how soft and gentle Grace sounds with Catherine. Charlotte Rose is a close second, but I've heard this combination used time and time again, losing a bit of...
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