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May 5th, 2014, 08:22 PM
Audra, Harriet, & Louisa
Lilou, Amabel, & Zosia?
May 5th, 2014, 08:20 PM
Emma Romilly Melisande Faye
Zoe Penelope Viveca May
Boy: Jude Finnian
Boy/Boy/Girl: Henry Charles, George Theodore, Olivia Quinn
Girl: Birdie Susannah
Girl: Cora Felicity
Jude, Henry, George, Olivia, Birdie, and Cora
Lovely names! I especially love Chloe... okay, yeah, that's my name - I'm a little biased :P
You've gotten a lot of fantastic suggestions, so I'm sorry for any repeats!
Genvieve is beautiful...
March 8th, 2014, 07:18 PM
You've gotten a lot of really great suggestions so far. I'm surprised he considers Molly a "strong" name but I guess it does have that classic, solid quality to it. Austen and Montana on the other...
October 14th, 2013, 10:17 AM
Lyra, Harper, Zara, Gemma, Scarlett & Daphne
Rose, Thalia, Phoebe, Susannah, Zoe, and Leona?
September 9th, 2013, 06:16 PM
Cleo - very cute
Vida - sounds like a cleaning brand or something (maybe I'm connecting it to Vileda)
Columbia - I think this has way too many associations for it to ever work as a name
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September 7th, 2013, 05:23 PM
I love a lot of the names on your list, so this was tricky!
September 6th, 2013, 11:20 PM
I love Willow Evelyn. Foster Grey is very hip and surnamey. I prefer Harrison over Foster but both have a unique style. What about Harrison Grey? Or I suppose you would want to have two separate...
September 6th, 2013, 06:07 PM
I used to love any form of Isabelle - Isabella, Izabella, Izabelle. I also adored Emmeline for a long time, as well as some cringe-worthy trendy names like Irelynn. I've always loved Violet, and it's...
A personal favourite of mine is Sybil or Sibyl, which is vintage (Downton Abbey connection as well) but super quirky and a bit unusual.
I'm also having problems - the site doesn't recognize that I'm logged in, and it won't let me see the New Posts part of the forum.
August 29th, 2013, 06:15 PM
Hey! Wow, so I tried to skim through the other posts, but there is A LOT. Sorry for any repeats/unusable suggestions as I'm a bit late to the party!
I love a lot of the names on your list,...
I love the name Sybil (I'm a big Downton Abbey fan). Sybil, Asher, and Hazel are so lovely. But so are both other names! I like Willa a lot, but then you have a semi-nature theme started with Willa...
I see it as completely masculine as well, although I'm way too much of a Friends fan to use it. For me it would be forever tied to Chandler Bing.
August 21st, 2013, 11:17 PM
Maxwell, Annika, Theodore, and...
Rosemarie - I'm guessing your last name is in your signature? It does sound a bit odd, even if Rose/Rosie is just the nickname.
Norah - I wouldn't say too...
I'm from Canada (Ontario) and here it's pronounced Meg-in 90% of the time. I've also heard it with a "may" sound.
Madison and Brianna
August 15th, 2013, 08:35 PM
Boys names related to/meaning "love":
Drury (love, friendship - double meaning!)
Kendi (the loved one)
Amando (worthy of love)
Carwyn (fair love)
Kamille Novelle and...
Liviana - more frilly than Kamille, and every time I see it I want to say "Lavinia"
Arden - I think this goes well with Kamille. Both two syllables, feminine but not girly....
My name's Chloe, and you can't even imagine how many times I get called Cleo, especially by older adults (I'm assuming they're more familiar with Cleo than Chloe). Sometimes I actually wish my name...
Adelaide - yes, but getting a bit tired of all the Addie names. Not quite fresh anymore.
Agatha - no, too old lady, clunky grandma, Flowers in the Attic for me
Antonia - yes
July 25th, 2013, 08:39 PM
I would totally vote for Libby if the full name weren't Liberty. What about Libby-Anne Grace? Or Elizabeth nn Libby? Or you know what, use Liberty if you love it! There's nothing wrong with it just...
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