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I second the idea of Grant as the first name. Others...
I like Finn with your sibset. Do you want to continue the 1 syllable name for boys pattern you have? Stay clear of anything unisex with Piper...
Griffin and... (Avoiding names that end in N or P)
Conall= strong as a wolf
Kaveh= depending on how international you're willing to go... look up the story of...
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If you haven't agreed so far, I'd keep looking. Generally, you will hit an "aha" name or 2 eventually. If not, you could always compromise and each choose 1. Congrats and good luck!
With Juliet as the middle, I'd steer clear of J names, and anything ending with a T.
The only one I find unusable is Birch, as it's close to a swear word.
I'm assuming your surname is 1 syllable, ending in a ch sound. If so, avoid 1 syllable names, and names ending with an f or ch. I'd personally also avoid occupational names. Deacon and...
Whoa, this is one OLD thread!
Yesterday, 02:14 AM
I personally prefer Massimo. Italian names are hot right now... look at Raphael (and all it's variations), Lorenzo, Enzo, Matteo, Marco, etc. My daughter even has an Italian name: Emili@na. Having...
Some repeats in here, sorry... huge computer issues right now. Any that end with an A are goddess or mythology names. I really like Mayari, Roxanne, Mahasti, Morrigan, Mirias, Emer, Danu, Aibell,...
Another vote for Tamsin Bryony. Although I think Tamsin Leilani or Leilani Aurora would be nice, also.
August 29th, 2015, 10:25 AM
I actually really like Margot Tulip (much better than Margot Primrose... too Hunger Games)! I like the significance... and I think the middle name is where you put the spice. ;) For 2 middle names......
August 29th, 2015, 10:09 AM
Milana is my favorite. I associate Juliet with the Shakespeare character... and well, I don't think she was a strong woman or a good role model. To me, Scarlett and Juliet is also establishing an -et...
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August 29th, 2015, 09:54 AM
I think Sybil was the name of a woman with multiple personality disorder. I forget the name of the movie... it's from the 70s or 80s. So, to me, it's still a bit strange as it's tied to a very...
Brooke, Paige, Autumn, Hunter, Piper, and Scarlett don't really work with Walk in my opinion. Wordy and descriptive names sound like the name of a hiking trail. Hunter Walk specifically sounds like a...
August 29th, 2015, 06:51 AM
Marguerite or Esme. You need something with a bit of an international flair. The other names are great, but feel rather bland for your style. With Frederick and Johan, I'd think you'd go for...
I know a few Mee-nahs... all Persian. I don't think anyone's ever pronounced it. Even if they do, it would probably just take 1 time correcting them, as the pronunciation is quite intuitive. Mina is...
I love Lars! I actually adore Winifred! I don't find it to be a big name, as it has short nicknames. Wynn sounds too much like "win" to me. Faye is also gorgeous! In terms of style, Faye would...
Poll: Irie Jade.
Congrats! Felix and Blythe are perfect!
Owen Alexander... it flows well, and is less common than Aiden.
August 29th, 2015, 01:19 AM
I like Shepherd and Beckett. I'd also suggest...
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