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January 22nd, 2015, 05:24 AM
I love shorter names, Clover, Esther, Joy and Fern especially as firstnames. I do have some longer names on my list, Esmeralda, Marceline and Magnolia but I much prefer them as a middle name.
January 15th, 2015, 06:21 AM
I've noticed Lachlan, Caleb and Hamish being much more popular than from when I lived in the UK (Southern England) Matilda is also a lot more popular over here. I think the biggest difference I...
I really like the names Sunny and Nettie.
I myself think Nettie works just as well as a fullname as it does a nickname. I like Garnet and Sonnet as options for a full name though wonder how...
January 13th, 2015, 06:11 AM
Clover, Alba, Alouette, Sonnet, Garnet
Looking back at my school year we did have some variations. Some small and others a little different but you could mostly guess from the spelling.
I think Sharlotte and Jayd (m) had to be the most...
January 13th, 2015, 05:40 AM
Thought I would share this link from the Herald Sun.
Thanks lis, I quite like Calvin and Alden from your list. I think I like boys names ending in 'n'
Today it's Vernon
Doris Amelia Catherine-My favourite, I love Doris next to the frillier Amelia and Catherin finishes it off perfectly where I think a one syllable name wouldn't.
Iris Lavinia Jane- I really like...
I actually prefer Lockwood Edward more. Plus he will still have the more conservative Edward in the middle to fall back on, or even the nickname Lock, than with the name Lochlan nn Loch isn't too out...
Lindy was the full name of an English teacher I has in school. I think it's a lovely name and works well by it's own.
I really like the combo of Lindie Alice and unless you love Rosalind then I...
I was wandering if I could have some opinions on the following names:
I think I quite like the idea that the names are familiar but are less popular...
January 6th, 2015, 02:42 AM
Too many favourites
Clover, Fable Poet, Sonnet, Sunny, Serenity, Joy, Amity, Garnet, Sunday, Alouette, Magnolia, Fern, Opal
Abel, Valor, Prosper, Harbour/Harbor, Sterling, Starling, Finch,...
Thoughts please, I understand many dislike Elvis but it's a compromise between me and the bf that it would be a middle name.
Do you think it flows ok with a 3 syllable surname?
January 5th, 2015, 05:30 AM
Paloma, Peony and Petra, bonus name Pandora
Pippa, Penny and Paige bonus name Pixie
Fae- though Fable nn Fae would be the winner for me
So far the only name that is too popular for me to use is Charlotte and this was before my niece was born, it's in the top 3 for my state (Victoria Australia) if I remember correctly. I just know way...
Thoughts and opinions on Emmet, Lincoln and Elvis?
Do you prefer Emmett/Emmet? Or even another spelling?
Would Elvis work with a surname beginning with S? (sounds like Sorcerer)
Thoughts on Abel, George and Isaac? favourites?
Do you think Isaac would work well with an S heavy surname? (sounds like Sorcerer)
Any suggestions are welcome.
December 29th, 2014, 06:17 AM
Hey there, wanting some opinions on these names?
What's your favourite? (if any)
Guinevere or Gwendolyn nn Gwen/Gwyn?
Chloe, Geneva, Amy, Xanthe, Ruby
What do you think of these names?
Are there any names you can think of that give off the same vibe/feel?
How would you pronounce Afton?
I'm in a long-term relationship and take both our surnames into account, but mainly my bf's as his surname comes with a lot less hassle than mine and a hyphenated surname would be 17 letters and 7...
December 27th, 2014, 07:09 PM
Lucy- Nancy, Josie
Isla- Ismay, Iris, Esme, Zara
Pippa- Piper, Libby
Laurel- Juniper, Laura, Flora
Evelyn, Eva, Eve,
Eleanor- Elea, Lenore, Lea
Adair, Afton, Alba, Callie, Ella, Esther, Eve, Fern, Oakley ,Ruby, Stella, Tara, Vita, Zara, Zita
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