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December 30th, 2015, 02:35 AM
I like how it lilts. It rolls off the tongue and is quite whimsy. If that's what your after, go for it.
Rosalind fits best in my eyes plus I think Rosa and Ezra would be a cute twin set :D
November 20th, 2015, 03:24 AM
Names I would consider having a similar vibe:
Writing a story about a guy who sets out on a seafaring adventure to find out who his mother is - all he knows about her is from his deceased father's coded journal. I need a name for my protagonist....
April 15th, 2015, 04:23 AM
Three names come to mind: Kate, Grace and Talitha.
I quite liked the suggestion "Poetta", that sounds nice, assuming your reading it like "Poet" with "etta" on the end and not some other way. Awkies if I'm reading it wrong.
I am mostly looking for a name to complete one sibset for my characters and evaluations on another.
Sibset 1 - The Joneses
Eldest Brother - Unnamed: butch, macho and at this point in time,...
Magnolia (nn Nolia or Maggie), Maddison (nn Maddie) or Maddigan (nn Maddie). I don't know any Irish surnames aside from the "Mc-" names and Horan. None of those names sound good with the usual Irish...
Silent Soul: Layla, Raquel, Jade
Necromancer: Faust, Icarus, Levi, Pierce, Ivory, Igneous, Clyde
Demon Lord: I like Vaughn and I agree with whoever posted Hugh.
Southern Friend: Serena,...
My instant thought was Stephanie. So how about Stephanie Cartwright? Cartwright being a surname from off the top of my brain.
March 23rd, 2014, 05:30 AM
Will-helm-mina, I generally stress the "Will" and the "Mina", that's why I didn't capitalise them in the pronunciation since I overly say two parts of it.
Thanks. I loved the Cassandra suggestion. So I'm opening up my horizons and adding mythological myths and legends to this book. Thanks :)
Thank you so much. This site looks like it will be heaps helpful. Suggestions are still open from everyone else. Seriously though, thank you! :)
I think "Winslow" is more of a boy's name but the cute "Win" and "Winnie" nicknames does make it more girlish but in the end, I still think its more of a boy's name
Ok, I'm mostly appealing to internatonal berries here but anyone really would be helpful. I'm translating fairy tales into modern day situations/problems/settings (mostly high school ones) and I...
First, I want to read this. Second, is it romance? Third, here are the names:
November 20th, 2013, 04:33 AM
I like the idea of Lawrence Pryce or Lawrence Ashford. Don't know why but I think those are cool/sexy names!
I recomend the names:
Seren (or Serendipity)
I'd also recomend going onto the superpower wiki. Just put that into google and it should come up. Plenty of ideas there but I think...
November 6th, 2013, 05:09 AM
Is this a romance? >.< I love romances and it sounds to me like the circumstances between them are perfect for a forbidden one/one born from hatred. But enough about my instaneous thoughts. Here are...
Sounds like a cool idea. I'm intrigued by the kind of plot line you have planned.
First of all, naming your princesses after gemstones is cool. Second of all, do they have to be birthstones? I'll add other pretty stones at the bottom. So one list using birthstones and a second...
I guess majority wins... Azura wins! thanks for reading my post and even more thanks for actually responding.
Hello, Going_Merry here with a query. Which weird name is better: Azura or Honora? This is for a book I'm doing set in the future. For some weird reason when the 2020s came around weird, unusual...
I like William better than Archie but I like Barcott better than Benson. My advice would be to go with William Barcott. I don't like "Hank" for a cop, or anything else.
October 18th, 2013, 05:43 PM
Aerona - type of healer
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