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I like Brynn and Paige next to big sister Isla. Maybe Brynn Carys or Paige Carys?
I just want to add that I have two siblings who are much younger than me, and I have had conversations with them about names of their generation, and they have said that no one really gets teased for...
As a lover of Firefly, I really want to like this, but I just don't. I can see it working as a middle name, but not a first. Someone else mentioned "A Boy Named Sue," and I always imagined Jayne...
March 29th, 2015, 12:36 AM
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March 28th, 2015, 02:33 AM
Ramona Catherine, Frances Penelope, Beatrice Adeline
Ramona Sabine, Frances Penina, Beatrice Valentina
Ramona Violet, Frances Coralie, Beatrice Evangeline
March 28th, 2015, 02:15 AM
If you like Shaina for its ties to your culture, then I think it would be a little more meaningful for you to keep the traditional Hebrew spelling. For what it's worth, I think Shaina with the...
March 27th, 2015, 01:45 AM
I think Amaryllis, Gladiola, and Larkspur are lovely. I especially like Amaryllis and Larkspur, I can see them being sisters.
Begonia is actually the only one I don't like; the flowers are...
It is a name that sounds lovely to me, but I associate it so closely with cooking that I could never use it myself - but that doesn't mean I wouldn't enjoy seeing it elsewhere.
March 23rd, 2015, 01:52 PM
I think Cameron Kraus is great! I agree with you that alliteration in names can sound kind of silly, but in this case, I think it works. The reason Cameron Kraus sounds so good because they share...
Nila is sweet. Xylia sounds nice, but also sounds very similar to your first daughter's name, so I would go with Nila.
for Indie: Indira, Indigo, Clarinda, Belinda, Dorinda, Florinda, Jacinda, Lorinda, Rosalind
for Etta: Henrietta, Harriet, Bernadette, Cosette, Esther, Juliette, Loretta
Lucinda and Lucetta are...
Esme Evangeline and Emilia Brigitte is exactly what I was going to suggest before I finished reading your post! I think they are absolutely gorgeous together.
I don't think twin names have to...
Penelope always felt very regal and ancient to me, because I read the Odyssey as a child and studied Latin and Greek mythology in school. To me, "vintage" means names that were popular in the 1900s...
March 11th, 2015, 07:14 PM
March 11th, 2015, 07:07 PM
I like Jasmine Justine the best, and JJ is so cute! I wonder if you've considered that Zoe is actually much more popular than Jasmine (at least in the US, maybe you are in the UK?). I don't think...
I'm on the same page as previous posters - my primary association with "fallow" is an agricultural one. I either think of fallow land as being nutrient-poor and needing a break, or (in the case the...
I don't think it's trying too hard at all. Very lovely.
I immediately think of the White Witch. That aside, I think you might run into some pronunciation issues - is it JADE-iss or Juh-DEES to you? Or JAH-diss? Or Zha-DEES? I always thought of it as...
I like Alena better, because I think the pronunciation is more clear then Taissa's. I think Elena would be even more clear, so that's what I would use, but that depends on why you are choosing the A...
I know two Callans (both my age), one male and one female. Both feel more like boy names, but I don't necessarily have a preference. I suppose I would be more likely to use Kellan, because I don't...
March 4th, 2015, 11:59 PM
March 4th, 2015, 11:51 PM
I don't really see how you can be concerned with the S sounds in Louise and your last name running together, but not worried about the S sound in Grace. I actually think both sound fine, especially...
Vera Michelle is so lovely.
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