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Loving all these fresh names! I totally forgot about Lucas, Nicholas, Felix and Wyatt in my first search! I'm still open to more suggestions, though.
I think the best contenders in my head so far...
Can't use Blake, though it would sound great! :(
December 29th, 2015, 01:12 PM
I'll steer clear from Axel, since you already have an Alexander/Alex, and I'm not a fan of Archer, but I love Everett and Evan, though maybe paired with Lee I'd pick Everett Lee. Other names I can...
I'm looking for a combo with the middle name Arno. I would like a common enough name, nothing too far off, two syllables or more.
In my earlier brainstorming I thought about Everett Arno, but I'm...
December 12th, 2015, 07:41 AM
Loving Alice, Anna, Ada, Lola, Matilda, Ruby, Grace and Zoey! And I agree, Phoebe Florence is a bit too much F.
Siena Florence would be a funny one for Tuscany aficionados, though. I'll think on...
Thank you emsky!
Trying out a boy-girl twins combo for a story. I'm sure about the boy name, Ethan Hudson, but I'm struggling with the girl's name. So far the only thing I'm certain of is that the middle name would...
I think even Federica already sounds a lot less clunky. That R makes all the difference.
December 2nd, 2015, 09:27 AM
A nickname for Frances could be Francy/Francie, and I think it goes really well with the sibset. Hattie also sounds good with her sisters as a nickname for the -ie ending, but Henrietta is not my top...
December 2nd, 2015, 09:12 AM
I'm co-writing fanfiction, and believe me, nothing has made me grow the most as a writer as having to write with someone else.
First of all, we fleshed out the whole story, the backbone of it,...
August 17th, 2015, 09:54 AM
Auður: it's an Icelandic name I found in a book and it means happiness, good fortune. I have no idea why I love it so much, though. Also, the spelling would be a nightmare.
Snow: It just...
I would pick Harvey in a heartbeat, but if the alliteration bothers you, Wesley is my other pick.
Sorry for the double post, but I totally missed this post during my first reply :P
Flavio Cicero sounds very...Roman. I do like it, though. You can't go wrong with Flavio, almost all the names in...
It could be helpful for a middle, especially for the boy, since he'd be the first in the family, but it's not customary. At least where I live in Italy it's not what people usually do. We barely use...
I met two brothers at summer camp Bastian (around 9) and Danilo (6). Such fresh choices, considering that half of the boys are named Edoardo (ages 6 to 12). Oh, and funny thing, we have two boys...
Also a city/port in Sicily (most likely where the wine originated). Disguise it as an Italian place name and you're set :P
I definitely think "godly" before "goddess", and I'd pick that out of the nine names. Thea Evelyn (as other suggested) is really beautiful. Though if you're still on the fence about Thea, definitely...
Also, there's a book by Helen Oyeyemi called Boy, Snow, Bird. Guess what, all three are girl names in this! Boy on a girl never convinced me, but as soon as I read about Boy Novak I was sold.
June 23rd, 2015, 06:34 PM
Galen. GAH-len instead of GAY-len.
I'm would love for Tramonto, the Italian for sunset, to become a name. And if you make me think about it, Sunset doesn't sound half as bad; kinda sounds like Susan, though I'd envision Tramonto on a...
Well, today the top contenders might be (not in order):
1- Katherine (Kate)
June 17th, 2015, 06:14 AM
The Italian version of the name, Zaccaria, is pronounced like that, just with a little more emphasis on the hard Cs! ;)
I chose Peter, even though it was a hard one. You can't go wrong with either, I guess. I do like Peter a little bit more, but I'm not sure why. Maybe the vowels in there made it more pleasing to my...
June 12th, 2015, 01:30 PM
The first that comes to mind for me is Greil. The person that made me discover this name is an author, Greil Marcus, and said that his name is pronounced almost like grawl, and not the way I was...
Mateo (surely prefer the Matteo spelling. It feels like something is missing without that T.)
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