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Margot is an amazing name, why not use it. How about Margot Gali. Sounds good to me.
Use the names you love the most regardless of other peoples reactions. A friend of mine named her daughter Arwen (as a first name) and the only time I teased her with it was when she was pregnant...
Tolkien fan here so I love Arwen. The name I'm not so fond of is Esmeree. I think I'd prefer Esmee but that's just me.
For some reason the name doesn't feel "finished" to me. How about Esmeree...
Malou is Mah-loo
Reinout is Rey-nout (nout as in grout)
If the pron. is the same than go for the look you love. Pronunciations are different here because one is french and the other dutch/german.
I thought it had to do with religion as well as tradition. I thought the south (catholic) has more names while the north (protestant) gives just one name. The protestant religion has always seemed...
Again. There is no scandal. Nothing had happened, only it didn't come out untill years after the marriage.
Well to be fair. the only contacts Friso’s wife Mabel had with that top criminal was through sailing. That was it. Later on it turned it was friend of Mabels' that was friends with this man.
More like Mar-layn (or something like that, I'm not very good at this). While Marlene is pronounced more like Mar-leh-nuh.
Marleen is a Dutch name. I don’t like it. It sounds harsh to me unlike Marlene which seems to sound softer. So I would definitely choose Marlene.
I'm Dutch, speak german and I like Amara. It can be pronounced in just about every language which is a plus these days.
November 10th, 2014, 04:20 AM
The first name I thought of is the name of a really nice colleague of mine.. Thera. It's a variation of the name Theresa and there's nothing religious about it.
Aren't you afraid you might regret giving this name to a girl when the next one might be a boy. Especially since you plan on having a big family.
That said. I love Eärendil as a middle name.
Love love love this name. I would use it myself in a heartbeat.
Solomon hands down. I’ve been crushing on it for quite a while now.
I prefer Ambrosia.
Ambrosia Cornelia Elizabeth Louise. Sounds amazing..
October 7th, 2014, 11:13 AM
I like the name you chose and I would pron. it Ellen-a. Ella would make a great nn. Just go with your gut. There are plenty of people out there who would even pron. the most obvious names wrong.
September 22nd, 2014, 08:45 AM
"While there will be much speculation as to the inspiration behind the names, palace officials were quick to insist it was simply ‘because they liked them – no more no less’."
A is for Alice, Ambrosia
B is for Bonnie
C is for Charlotte
D is for Delilah
E is for Elanor
F is for Fabienne
G is for Georgiana
H is for Hermione
I is for Isolde
J is for Jemima
September 21st, 2014, 01:03 PM
I’ve looked through almost the entire thread and I second everyone else’s suggestions. I’d also like to add Leopold. It feels so british and I picture an adventurous, mischievous little boy. Those...
September 17th, 2014, 02:33 PM
For me it was a hard choice between Hermione and Georgiana, but Hermione won in the end. I have such a crush on this name right now I just can’t enough of it. Especially with the nickname Mia.
I’m Dutch. This is not a common name here in the Netherlands, I would consider it a kind of hipster name. If you want to know how to pronounce is here is a link.
September 11th, 2014, 04:20 PM
I love those names. For two brothers I would probably pick Thorin and Magnus.
September 10th, 2014, 12:34 PM
If Krishna is offensive then so are Freya, Circe, Artemis or Jesus. People name children after deities all the time. I don’t see what makes this so awful. And I agree, people are becoming too...
September 9th, 2014, 02:12 PM
For a girl I’m hoping for Alice or Mathilda and for a boy Leopold would be great.
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