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My sister is pregnant with her 4th and isn't finding out the sex; for a boy they've decided to name him Henry, but they have a handful of names for a girl...one of the forerunners is Jane.
February 17th, 2016, 06:17 PM
This is the one thing holding me back from naming a child Clementine one day; I love everything about it except for the possibility of the nickname "Clem"...ughhh! Clem sounds like loose folds of...
January 14th, 2016, 11:46 AM
There are much, much better names out there. Mighty just isn't a name, and Mighty Hardin is going to be given grief all her life.
Here are some suggestions:
All of these names mean either...
The Jane Austen aficionado in me thinks it's cute, although I generally don't care for invented names. My only recommendation would be to spell it Pemberley, since that's how it's correctly spelled....
January 4th, 2016, 06:31 PM
A wild and energetic 4-year old, with deep brown eyes and long, often tangled, sandy-blond hair. Speaks with a lisp, but is as confident as they come. Insists on dressing herself, and...
January 4th, 2016, 06:18 PM
My names mean "strong and manly" (which I hate, cause I'm a girl) and "God is gracious" which I love.
December 21st, 2015, 01:08 PM
Since Penelope was your #1 favorite, that you've been waiting so long to use, and with Florence being #2, why not Penelope Florence Mabel?
Adrian Love this
Holden Don't love the book or the character, am ambivalent about the name. Prepare to be asked a thousand times if you're super into Catcher in the Rye
Asher Neutral on this...
November 23rd, 2015, 11:03 AM
I've always been fascinatedwith /jealous of those who have Synesthesia!
Does the Nameberry format of having names displayed in color effect how you perceive the color of a name at all? Or do you...
Arlo and Enzo; I don't understand the appeal at all, and when I hear them, I just think "Wow, you really want an obscure name bad enough to saddle your poor kid with that??" But I'm very picky about...
November 11th, 2015, 02:22 PM
1. Pregnant or not, if you were to give birth right now and could choose if it was a boy or a girl, what would it be and what would you name him/her?
I would have a boy and I would name him Edmund...
VERY nice! Kind of reminds me of characters in a nostalgic children's book; like Little Women except they solve mysteries and have fun adventures together :)
Edmund Scott, Clementine Blythe,...
November 5th, 2015, 12:49 PM
My future babies (feel free to only do the first names, if the combination is too much!):
Honestly, I love the author Tolkien, but I think that literary surnames as first names often look really tacky in a "We're READERS" kind of way. (like people who want to honor F. Scott Fitzgerald by...
I obviously love Lord of the Rings, but I just really like the look and sound of Éomer as a name (it's pronounced AY-oh-mer, for those who haven't read/watched LotR)
I have considered using it as...
Poll: Rosamund or Edmund?
I adore both of these, but I think it would look a little weird to use both.
Ultimately, I think I'll end up having to choose one or the other, and I really can't narrow it down.
I second the Philippa suggestion! Pippi is a sweet nickname, but picturing a21-year old college student trying to get an internship and introducing herself as "Pippi-Anne" just doesn't work. It...
My nieces slept over the other day, and during the lazy part of the morning i let them watch cartoons; Caillou briefly came on and i realized there's a female character named Clementine that is...
July 2nd, 2015, 01:40 PM
I have a hard time finding boy names I really love, and an even harder time matching them up with middles.
I love the fn August, and as a bit of a joke about how nerdy I am, joked to a friend that...
Clementine Blythe has been my top name for a couple years now, but lately I'm considering Blythe as a first. I love the meaning (Joyous, kind, cheerful, pleasant), and I love that it's less common...
June 8th, 2015, 10:52 AM
Just curious as to what people think about this. Most people think Rose = flower, but since Rose is also a shade of red, would it be weird to have a Rose and a Scarlett as sisters? Am I reading too...
My friend's niece is named Lorelai and nicknamed Rory - because they saw it on Gilmore Girls and loved it. And the name fits her perfectly!
I think anyone who knows where the name is from would...
April 28th, 2015, 03:57 PM
It's been ages since I've posted here, but this one brought me back. I had finally settled on Indie as a solid first. I was going back and forth for the longest time on whether it needed a longer,...
Today I encountered a little boy named Jrue. Pronounced Drew. His brothers had normal j-names, so I assume the parents wanted to keep with a theme and tried to get creative.
Is this an actual name...
January 31st, 2015, 08:15 PM
I'm open to switching Edmund and Rosa to Edwin/Eswin/Oswin and Rosamund. I like both girl options equally, but I tend to like Edmund slightly more than the other boy options.
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