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I agree with adelina_sophia about princess Penelope, but the silly sounding name fits the character.
I'm always interested to see what names people consider royal sounding.
So, a new show on E called The Royals aired last night. This is a series on a fictional modern British royal family, and the names of the characters were interesting royal choices that I hope the...
I say You-la-lee because I know someone named Eula Lee, so its habit
This wouldn't fit unless your father was a larger man, but one of my grandfathers was pretty big, so we called him Daddy Big. The others grandparents had more traditional names.
I think you should keep the V sound as a trend. I would think about:
Eva or Eve
Maeve (too different from what you have)
Neeve (see above)
Olive or Liv
I've only known one real person where I'm from (US, Georgia) named Daphne, and I was pleasantly surprised to hear that was her name.
I agree that the nicknames have a lot to do with Penelope's...
This is a just for fun questions, but do you prefer Daphne or Penelope? Both have Greek roots, but Penelope is more popular than Daphne now. Is Penelope's popularity just due to the celebrity factor,...
Adelaide, Alice, Aurelia
Beatrice, Blythe, Betsy
Catherine, Charles, Celia
Daphne, Delia, Delphine
Evangeline, Emilia, Evander
Flora, Frederic, Finley/Finlay
I know a Karen and Sharon. They are in their early 50s. Yeah.
I love both these names! I love both combinations for Lysander, but I'm not as crazy about Leander Cassiel. Good luck!
I saw twins named Beatrice Rose and Rory Benedict. I love that combination!
I like Blythe, Blysse, and Beatrice
August 15th, 2013, 09:45 PM
You have beautifully named children!
For you new girl, if you like Rowan the best, then you should use it. Romy definitely works as a nickname. I also like the idea of having Emma as a middle to...
Love J names!
2. John/Jack (can't decide which I like better)
December 23rd, 2011, 04:00 PM
Your boys have great names! The first name that came to my mind was Charles. Any traditional or old fashioned names should work well with them. Frederick would also work with your boys' names. Plus,...
November 7th, 2011, 11:00 PM
My grandmother's name was Gwendolyn but I love the name with an e instead of a y. I've always though of it as a regal, classic name and would pair it with other classic names or Welsh/Celtic origin...
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