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September 30th, 2013, 05:24 PM
I prefer Henry, it's very classic and nice, and works on a boy (or man) of all ages. But I do like Jude too, just not as much.
I was looking at my list awhile ago and I realized a lot of the boy names I like are Irish. I just like how many Irish boy names are short but strong, cute on a little boy and very handsome on a teen...
September 30th, 2013, 11:58 AM
I prefer Maddox over Mason, but Mason James just goes better than Maddox James. And I just prefer the name James over Paul.
September 27th, 2013, 04:08 PM
My Mommy was set on naming me Kimberly, but my Daddy heard the name Abigail and fell in love. I'm glad of that, it suits me better.
Sorry I've posted three threads in less than five minutes, clearly I need a lot of help at the moment!
So since I don't know how to make a poll, I'm doing this instead.
Which name do you prefer?...
Does anyone know of any names that mean 'loving', or 'of love', or something?
Thanks to any and all suggestions!
I need a name for a baby in my story. She's born to a young couple near the end of the series, but I would like her name to be meaningful. The parents aren't really main characters, but they are...
September 27th, 2013, 03:38 PM
I've always thought of Harper as a girl name, it's too soft and pretty for a boy. And Harper Rose is darling!
thanks to everyone so much for your time, effort and opinions!
Out of the suggestions the new ones I'll be considering are -
September 1st, 2013, 08:31 PM
I always think of an island because of the "isl". But I think it's still very pretty, though I wouldn't use it.
Alright, I have three L names I really like and I would love to hear everyone's favorite, the reason why it's their favorite, their opinions on all three names, and any more suggestions of name like...
Okay, berries! What's everyone's favorite place names? Can't wait to hear everyone's choices!
Sounds like almost everyone likes the double N spelling better, hmm.
To answer the people who asked, I like the English spelling better.
@lettucehead That's such a cute story! I have a cousin named...
Tanks for the opinions everyone! @ashleyjuliette I like the second pronunciation better.
August 21st, 2013, 05:28 PM
@emsky Thank you so much for the suggestions! I really like Amias, Torin, Caspian, and Darius! Much to consider!
What is everyone's opinion on the name Analiese? I used to not like it, but I am beginning to warm up to it.
August 20th, 2013, 09:32 PM
Well, I don't have any kids yet (I'm only 17), but my mom always said she wanted at least ten and she got eight. I want ten or twelve.
By the way, good for you for being open to having more!
August 20th, 2013, 09:07 PM
Okay, so a lot of the names on here I used to adore, but I'm kind of falling out of love with some of them. I would like to update it, so any and all suggestions will help!
Here are the ones I want...
I think something short and sweet will work Ida or Ivy or Ella maybe
My first response is Margot, though I do like Harriet as well, and I love the nickname Hattie!
An odd thing to post on a name website
I agree with the first poster, row-ENN-ah
January 24th, 2013, 05:10 PM
I think it's fine. I really like it.
November 30th, 2012, 09:40 PM
Both of my girl cousins on my mom's side have very curly hair! Their names are Elizabeth and Helen.
November 27th, 2012, 03:24 PM
My brother is actually quite interested in names and name meanings, he especially likes Greek names (he loves reading old Greek books!) and names with cool meanings. Other than him though I can't...
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