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Person #1: "I like unisex names, so I'm planning to name my daughter Wyatt Maxwell Drew."
Person #2: "Unisex names, huh? So would you name a son Isabelle Amelia Renee?"
Person #1: "No, of course...
October 3rd, 2014, 09:39 PM
Here's a good list of Ancient Roman names: ...
October 3rd, 2014, 09:31 AM
Concepcion comes from the Immaculate Conception, though it's certainly not a name I'd want to have.
I think I'd rather be named Forever than Doris. At least I'd always have the option of going by...
October 3rd, 2014, 09:01 AM
Not a fan.
October 2nd, 2014, 09:38 PM
Are any of these on the right track?
October 2nd, 2014, 11:22 AM
I'm dying over Banana and Peel as a potential sibset. I actually commented on Banana and somehow forgot about it. I wonder why these "names" were put in the database in the first place. Pam,...
October 1st, 2014, 11:13 PM
I just saw Summerhaze. Clairels commented, "LOL. As in, 'we're not even trying anymore to hide the fact that we were stoned when we named our kid.'" I actually tend to like unusual word names,...
I remember her from when I first started reading here maybe five or six years ago. I'm sorry to hear of her death and hope her family and friends are doing well.
Ha ha! I remain illogically convinced that Vincent is a name for a villain. Therefore, no one should choose that name ever. ;)
I love Raphael! I pronounce it something like raff-eye-el, so Rafe doesn't make much sense to me as a nickname. Raphy and Raph are my preferred nicknames (I actually just met a Raph yesterday and...
To sully something means to ruin it. How about Salina nn Sally or Solomon nn Solly?
Yes. How about Kalil?
Both are good :)
I am interested in word names for boys, especially as middles. Which ones do you like?
I like Jude Zephyr better.
Some of the outlandishly-named babies are probably imaginary. There have been plenty of fakers here before.
March 29th, 2014, 02:53 PM
I recently purchased an online version of the Baby Name Wizard book. I was clicking through the pages and came across the entry for the name Jupiter. The book describes it as "certainly formidable:...
Which combo do you like better?
I agree with this!
January 23rd, 2014, 11:03 AM
For boys, I tend to like:
1. One-syllable nicknames with short vowel sounds, e.g. Tom
2. Two-syllable nicknames in which the first syllable has a short vowel sound and the second syllable is an...
Definitely Caius with the cool nickname Cai. Felix could be nicknamed... Feel? Licks?
I totally agree with the "softness and strength" idea. I also like how the "p" and "h" balance each other, since the "p" has a rounded part with a straight part going down and the "h" has a rounded...
Rafael looks a little unbalanced to me; I feel like there are too many vowels for the number of consonants. I also don't think Rafe really makes sense as a nickname for either spelling. Raf, maybe.
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