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Cosy really doesn't work. It could be a cute nickname for a little kid, but definitely doesn't stand on its own. Cosette, Cosima, Constance, Corliss, Nicola - can you work with one of those?
Maria is a good example of a cross-cultural name. Also,
November 23rd, 2014, 10:10 PM
I live in the US and love a bunch of Hebrew names with a guttural "ch" sound in them, like the "ch" in Bach or loch. Most Jews are raised with enough Hebrew education or cultural experience with...
November 23rd, 2014, 09:44 PM
I like Addy a lot, it's very cute as a nn.
Elizabeth is awesome. You can never go wrong with it. My oldest is Elizabeth on her birth certificate, but we call her by its Hebrew source, Elisheva.
November 20th, 2014, 08:30 PM
namergirlkj, i'm going with Megan or Danica for you.
I'm short and curvy, with dark hair and hazel eyes and freckles. I'm a school librarian and love books and working with kids, but i also love...
I like Milena better, and I don't think the potential "risks" of using the more "exotic" name are really all that bad in this case. It's not THAT unusual or complex or difficult to pronounce...
I wouldn't bother nicknaming it.
Oswin is the only one I really like. Oscar is ok.
I love Gavriel - i have a Gavriella :) I think it works beautifully with Meir and Sagi, and the flow of Gavriel Menachem is smooth. Are you in Israel or the US? Dati?
Are you interested in...
I love Blythe! Blythe Avery, Blythe Mina, or Meredith Fern are my favorite combinations from her suggestions.
And i have to say, asking her for ideas was a really good way of honoring her!
November 16th, 2014, 01:13 PM
Sorcha is my favorite from your list. Liadan is my favorite overall!
November 12th, 2014, 09:12 PM
I LOVE Ansel, love Stellan, really like Soren, and am totally not interested in Everett, i don't get why it's so popular.
Sara Gwyneth is an excellent combo and works so nicely with Lia Kristen!
I love Elysia.
November 9th, 2014, 11:47 AM
It's a really pretty combo. Beady or Geady are ok, but i like Bee or Birdy better. Def not Biddy(in the US anyway), it has an old lady/chicken connotation.
November 5th, 2014, 01:07 PM
what about Beatriz nn Bia?
I like the suggestion of Larissa, you could use Lacey as a nickname. With such a brief last name, I'd go for a full name with three syllables for best flow.
Um, Sadie actually IS a nickname for Sarah, that's where it comes from to begin with. That combined with the middle name Adelaide makes it even more obvious and logical.
I've heard of it, i think it's pretty dumb - i really love Michaela, and Michael has been for ages and still is a popular boy name. I think using it on a girl is pointless.
November 3rd, 2014, 07:22 PM
In my experience, Shia (pron. Shee-ah) is a Hungarian Yiddish nickname for Yeshaya יְשַׁעְיה (yeh-SHAH-ya), which is the source of the English version Isaiah. Yeshaya means "God is salvation." ...
I think Winter is great on a boy, it's one of the few that i feel actually work well on either gender.
Vivienne gets my pick, i definitely agree about avoiding nouns or adjectives. Vivienne Samara would be pretty.
I think it's excellent. I was reading your other thread and was about to suggest Aida and then i got further along and saw that someone else already had. Aida Alexandra flows beautifully, and fits...
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