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B (19): Henry Lucas
G (18): Arabella Hermione
GB (17): Clara Alice & Benedict Edward
G (15): Lavinia Eliza
G (14): Elvira Violet
B(12): Oscar Theodore
G (10): Flora Vivienne
G (6): Lucia...
Nessa or Nessa Rose if I'm feeling wicked ;)
Rose Arabella Juliet (though I can hardly pick just one, so many beautiful names)
Yesterday, 03:59 PM
Tessa Miriam is beautiful! I think it's modern yet timeless sounding and has a history behind it, is quirky but has class, it's not over complicated, everyone will know how to spell and pronounce her...
I say it as Eloise since it's clearly a French name to me. I do much prefer the Eloise spelling, though.
Yesterday, 01:24 PM
Lilia, Liv, Esme & Amalia but I also like Margot, Estelle and Magnolia.
March 29th, 2015, 07:38 PM
Every once in a while I have the urge to ask what everone thinks about my combos and this time I'd like to include suggestions, too, since there are some unfinished combos. However, I don't care...
Ophelia Rosalind Clara
Penelope Ada (Leonor?)
Elliott Victor Frederick
Flora Charlotte (?)
Arthur Caspian Henry
Hugo Kasimir Edmund
Rose Wihelmina (?)
Oscar Theo Augustin
I think Mellie works fine. Mathilda is my preffered spelling (but I am totally biased since that's how my sister spells her name, she often goes by Tilda or Tildi or sometimes just Tild). I think it...
Well, most names that you have as colour names in your signature are simply word names to me. I don't think anyone would think of Snow or Fox or Winter as colours, really.
I think, since you only...
March 28th, 2015, 12:56 PM
Alba - it's still more of a surname to me, however, it still makes a beautiful first name, too
Ella - love it, it's so sweet and quirky
Finn - not a big fan of it on a girl
Gracie - adorable, I...
March 28th, 2015, 12:43 PM
Penelope usually gets quite a few negative comments, though I know there are people who really like it, too.
Victor hasn't really gotten any positive feedback either and people seem to be confused...
March 28th, 2015, 12:40 PM
1. Ophelia "Elphie/Elfie"
2. Penelope "Pippa"
3. Flora "Fleur"
4. Rose "Rosie"
5. Clara (middle name)
6. Ada (MN)
7. Charlotte (MN)
8. Alice (I love it but wouldn't use it up front)
March 27th, 2015, 05:18 PM
I think it could totally still work in Hamburg. In the end, even if you make it very realistic, it's a story, so there don't necessarily have to be two other big football clubs in Hamburg.
March 27th, 2015, 11:51 AM
I really like Darla, especially as a sister to Beatrix, but don't care much for Darlene (it reminds me of someone with a heavy accent saying Darling).
The first sets are my top names, the second sets are names that I really like together (that are still high on my list, though)
Ophelia Rosalind Clara & Penelope Ada Leonor
March 27th, 2015, 11:36 AM
Hm, I probably would avoid Hamburger because of the food and because that's what people from Hamburg are called. HSV stand for Hamburger Sport Verein, meaning Hamburg Sports Club (so the -er in...
March 26th, 2015, 07:20 PM
My ususal answer would be Ophelia, Elliott, Penelope, Arthur & Hugo, however, mixing it up a bit and looking at the rest of my list, I'd be Flora, Ada, Oscar, Hugo & Arthur.
March 26th, 2015, 12:23 PM
I probably would avoid Gottschalk since it's the surname of a rather big celebtrity here, it would definitely be associated with him here, though probably not where you live...
Braun might be...
Stick with Ottilie. It's a perfectly fine name, no need to change it up to something that will give her a headache to explain and other people to spell. You might like Aurelia, though.
March 25th, 2015, 10:26 PM
Well, von surnames did usually indicate royalty in the past. Royalty usually comes with money. However, of course there are familys where the great-great-grandfather was a merchant that made a lot of...
March 25th, 2015, 12:10 PM
Caspar von Aich / Eichen / Eicken (Eye-...)
Caspar von Hauff
Caspar von Löwen
Caspar von Martens
Caspar von Meding
Caspar (von) Roth (Rot)
With "von" surnames I'd be cautious to not use a...
1. Oscar Flynn joins the family!
2. We move from London to Edinburgh
3. Frederick Oliver is our newest addition!
4. We're on a holiday in Sweden
5. But the a member of family gets ill and...
Sophie, Emma and Grace are gorgeous. So is Isabel. I actually can't really choose which one I prefer. With Isabel, the set is more international, with Grace it feels sweeter and a bit quirkier (since...
March 24th, 2015, 04:59 PM
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