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Better question: what's wrong with being butch?
Since Eli and Ezra both start with a string E sound, I'd recommend considering the pattern -- you don't want their sibling to feel left out.
Absolutely not -- see "cultural appropriation." But Pria or Prima or Pia would work.
Yesterday, 03:58 PM
I'm editing your list for stylistic coherence. Keep:
October 2nd, 2015, 12:13 AM
This is a nonissue.
Ivy Genevieve and August Elliott
Ian Harbour: Intellectually, I know that Ian is an underused classic...but aurally, I just don't like the sound. I do love Harbour as a middle, however.
Jethro: An excellent retro-Western name that...
Max Murdock times a million. I love it.
August 20th, 2015, 10:39 PM
Eloise Dulce Dorrit and Alexander Sable Boone
Simon Archer Dov
Jack Mariner Conroy
Roscoe Taylor Fritz
She likes Cordelia, he likes Josie
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Thank you all for your feedback! I'm heartened to hear that other people are considering Ptolemy. (And yes, that's definitely the spelling winner.)
Judah Wilder might be one of my new all-time favorite combinations.
Dealbreakers are what you make them. I tried to think back on any same-last-letter/sound sibsets I know, and there are quite a...
Ptolemy was an astronomer, philosopher, poet, mapmaker, and mathematician of Ancient Rome. One of Alexander's generals also bore this name; he became the first ruler of the last dynasty of Ancient...
August 10th, 2015, 10:47 PM
I'm torn, because on the one hand, Emerson Reese is a boy's name...but on the other hand, your daughter is a YEAR old. Way too late for a name change -- at this point, it's cruel, confusing, and...
Elliot is a boy's name. It will never sound like a girl's name, no matter how many genuine girl's names you add on to it. How about using Elliot as a middle? Paige Elliot is quite nice.
July 18th, 2015, 06:45 PM
An interesting question with a lot of interesting responses.
I'm half-British and half-Jewish. My name is the Hebrew pronunciation of a very popular name, and I would love to give my kids Hebrew...
July 13th, 2015, 10:20 PM
July 8th, 2015, 12:08 AM
Are you Jewish? If not, don't use Tzeitel.
July 7th, 2015, 11:37 PM
I agree with previous posters: Margot Isobel is the name you're looking for. The second you see your daughter, she'll become the only Margot in the world to you.
Absolutely Geneva Elaine.
It was incredibly difficult to narrow down just three favorites -- this is a gorgeous list!
Atlas, Felix, and Orion
Calliope, Eloise, and Sylvie
Alden, Frost, and...
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