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I have always liked it. I don't really consider it dated, since I've only ever known one April. When was it popular? In the 70s?
Augustin or Dante? August or Augustine
Theodore or Dominic? Theodore! Love Ted and Teddy
Lewis or Cyrus? I'd spell it Louis; Cyrus is nice too
Blaise or Blaine? I wouldn't use either as a...
I know a couple of Violets (all under 5) but have never met a Clara. With Violet as the middle rather than the first I think you're pretty safe!
I like Thalia Silver best, with Callista Silver a distant second
April 16th, 2012, 07:03 PM
I like it!
I don't see the connection, but a lot of nicknames don't make a whole lot of sense. Personally I would just stick with Helena as a full name. It's lovely.
I pick Lila as well
I have never seen the show but I think it's a cool name.
I agree that Amelia Mae flows much better. I also don't think A A are the world's greatest initials...
April 15th, 2012, 06:13 PM
I like Daphne, Delphine, or Pearl from your list. Valencia is cool, but Guinevere is already a lot of name and I think a more streamlined mn works best.
April 14th, 2012, 02:55 PM
Bosco is a chocolate syrup. It has been around since the 1920s I think, and it is very well known in the Northeast. I wouldn't consider this a usable name because of the brand connection.
So many good ones here. I like:
Atarah (though it's close to Atari)
Congratulations and best wishes!
I like Melanie! I also like Valerie, another French name that people seem to consider dated in the U.S.
Jonathan and Jackson is brilliant! Jack is a common nickname for John, as many others have said. I would find it more than a little strange to meet brothers named John and Jack.
I think Natalie is in the teens (in the U.S., at least). I like it too.
I like Eli best with Noah, second choice would be Liam. Not a fan of Enoch as a first name.
As others have said, it is pronounced Lay-oh-nee in France. Either pronunciation seems fine in an English-speaking country.
March 20th, 2012, 11:27 PM
I like Elaine or Elena. Elaine is kind of less expected at this point, so I think that would be my choice, but Elena is pretty too.
I second the suggestions of Margot, Rosalie, and Julia. I would also add Charlotte to the list.
I love Veronica! I also like Vera as a stand-alone name. Bernadette is kind of old ladyish for my taste.
Eve, Greta, Stella
Ethan Samuel --maybe pair one of these classic names with something contrasting, like Quinn, Logan, Roscoe, etc.
Blake Christian -- I agree the Christian Blake sounds a bit better
Callan Russell --...
Eliza Catherine- This is very pretty and classic. I personally think of Eliza as a nickname for Elizabeth, but others seem to disagree. The only downside of this combo is that it's a little bit...
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