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I'm not usually a fan of Persephone, but with Elizabeth it's very pretty! And it also doesn't sound too e heavy.
Is Ella Mary Lorena (Lor-EH-na) to R heavy and does it sound too clunky compared...
August 28th, 2015, 03:01 AM
My family is German, so Katharina or Katharine is closer culturally, but just curious which one people prefer.:)
August 28th, 2015, 02:56 AM
Archer, Margot and Oscar. Carries that strong "r" sound :)
Thanks all. I really like Ellaria, Estelle, Eloise and Noella, Elia is beautiful too!
Okay... so if I went with Ella as a full name is Ella Laura to tongue-tying? I actually like the way it runs...
Oh fiddle-dee-dee! I love Alessandra and Alexandra too. The only thing that I find bothersome about Alessandra is the spelling looks kind of odd to me and for me, I'd worried it may be to culturally...
I know it's super popular right now; but just looking for some more full name options for Ella, I have always loved her, and it's a likely choice if I ever have a daughter. Elisabeth, Elsa, and Leisa...
August 26th, 2015, 03:16 AM
I just wanted to share this, because I'm noticing tons of people confusing Kira as a simple spelling variation of Ciara/Keira and as a lover of the name, I felt like setting the record straight. Only...
I can't get on board with Roxy. I grew up on the Aussie coast where we walk around in bathing suits the entire summer and get sun-baked skin. Roxy being a brand of women's clothing just conjures up...
So Berries, I have come to realise that I find the name Katherine polarizing, I love her history and have loved numerous people/characters by the name, but then another part of me says "It starts...
The opposition to nicknames here is so silly...Some people do like and want nicknames for their children, if they use nickname-y names as legal names, berries tend to get picky as well. Can't win!
Absolutely love Conrad with either spelling! So ruggedly handsome!
I see it more as a boys name than girls, but I could certainly see it on either. In my head I have a chorus singing "In The Navy." I think I slightly prefer Colby or Davey.
August 19th, 2015, 02:48 AM
This is such a good idea!
Names from social media:
Gareth + Lincoln Wray (Cousin)
Ava Marion + Ellie Jane
August 19th, 2015, 02:19 AM
See, trendy isn't really my thing, I'm more torn between three distinct styles and I can never decide which I like best:
The Victorian or even Vintage Chic:
My great-grandfather's name was Samuel, I do like both, but ideally I don't really want his name to be the exact same as his great, great-grandfather's, if I ever have a little boy. Plus we're very...
I understand both sides of this coin, even if not having had children myself yet...
One of my second cousins is an only child, as well as the only grandchild to boot ,and unfortunately in his case...
Persephone Lenore Iris
As someone who grew up with three names as did my brother and cousin, it's never been an issue, my cousin "Bella" Isabella Mary Therese has never had an issue. Apart from...
I too prefer Giselle. But I do like Zelda. To "grizzle" in Australian slang is to cry, whinge etc. so since I'm Australian, I can't move passed that association.
August 17th, 2015, 11:37 PM
I disagree with almost ever sentiment here made on Sarah. When I think of Sarah, I think of Sara Crewe firstly (and while I know they are pronounced differently, I didn't know that's what they were...
In English, it's simply Bee I believe, but in German it's pronounced BEE-Ah. I watched a show a little while ago where a girl's name was Beatrix and everyone called her Bird!
August 16th, 2015, 12:47 AM
I too love Mercedes and Claude on a girl. Claude has an ambiguous history in France.
I also adore Province, not Providence, weird, I know.
I also like a small handful of unisex names that I...
August 15th, 2015, 10:33 AM
So I know a number of you don't like unisex names at all, which is totally fine, but I was curious on the opinions in regards to this.
As I've said a number of times (sorry about...
So... I started watching this show where one of the girls on the show is named Beatrix, but is nicknamed Bird by her friends, while I know that nicknames tend to come later on, I was just curious if...
I prefer the K to the C spelling, it kind of has a "cool girl" vibe for me, every character/person that I've met with the name has been fairly talented and a little unique. I also prefer Katerina to...
Usually -a endings or -ie for me with girls names. Adela and Clara, Winnie, Bonnie and Jessie etc.
With boys it's more -on sounds and -s endings. Elias and Jonas and then Ronan, Logan, Conrad.
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