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I've yet to decide. My SO and I want to have the same surname, but his surname is his father's surname, and they've been estranged for almost 20 years now, so it seems really strange for me to take...
Zelda and Zia. That's it tbh.
Other nicknames for Arthur:
Thor has been suggested a few times, and I've wondered if Tor might work too because of this. Probably easier in some of the European countries where Arthur...
It's been suggested here before, because of Arthur meaning bear. I think it's fine. It's not super intuitive to me but then again neither are a lot of commonly used nicknames.
I feel you on not...
May 12th, 2014, 12:06 PM
Aubree (the Aubree spelling pains me, but I like Aubrey and hate Jocelyn, so)
May 8th, 2014, 11:12 AM
I used to write stories where the kids were named Susan, Susie, Sue, Peter, Petey, Pete, David, Davy, Dave, Anna, Annie and Ann. All at once. Sometimes I'd have so many names I wanted to use that I'd...
I'm living in Australia at the moment and probably for the foreseeable future. I have also long loved the name Milo. I know that it's basically unusable here as a first name, but what about as a...
I feel like I'm missing something! Janne is a name, fairly common where I grew up. I wouldn't love it as a first but I think it could be quite pretty as a middle name.
April 26th, 2014, 01:20 AM
Enna and Edie are definitely best. I'm so jealous that you might get to use this name! I love it, but my husband's mother would definitely warn him about the Bewitched thing haha.
April 25th, 2014, 01:15 PM
I voted for Brunhilde, but only because I love the nickname Hilda so I'm a big fan of anything that can get you there. If she'd be called by her full name then I'd probably go with Evanthe.
I like Morgan best, and would probably pair it with something pretty and feminine.
Madeline/Madeleine but not a big fan of the Madelyn spelling
Savannah (have you considered Susannah?)
I'm sorry, I'm not answering the question I just really really really want to plug the beautiful name Marita, which I really love and would combine both of these names beautifully! Have you thought...
Darcy still reads mostly boy to me, but it also kind of reminds me of Dicey, as in the Cynthia Voigt books, so I could like it on a girl too. The only child Darcy I know is a boy, so I don't think...
April 22nd, 2014, 02:33 AM
Well, the song is definitely the first (only) thing I think of. But I think that's what you're going for? Are you planning to call her by both names regularly? Because I think that might be a little...
I came in to suggest Harvey, but I see you don't want to use it. Though I think Emmett Harvey sounds great, I also like Hugo, Hector, Horatio and Hawthorne.
tbh, I have always had a soft spot for Samantha; I know it's probably an odd choice for this as it's very common and a little dated.
Names I like:
1. Ella - I know it's super popular, but I still think it's a pretty great name.
2. Mila - very sweet, although I would probably use this as a nickname for a longer name (ideas off...
I actually think Dorothea is nice, but assume you've decided against it. Dora, Dottie?
Dorian would be a great option for a boy imo.
For a girl, I like Lucia, but you could go with something...
April 13th, 2014, 07:40 AM
I would pronounce Thalia Thay-lee-ah, but that's because I have a stepsister who goes by this as a short form of her given name. I would pronounce Talia Tah-lee-ah, but I wouldn't think too hard if...
April 7th, 2014, 04:55 AM
Your most problematic name is Joan Susan, since the others all contain 'Ann'. My pick would probably Susanna/Susannah because it honours the middle names of all four, and it's a nice name. Zanna is a...
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