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I really like Josephina
Jolie for you.
Joy or Joyce would also work as nns.
Some of my favorite J names, with or without Josephina:
October 8th, 2015, 01:28 AM
While some have mentioned liking the length of Clementine, I prefer the quick whimsy of Plum. Margot is lovely and will go well with either choice.
Yes please!!! From your list and signature, I really like Ashley Roger, Ashley Roy, Ashley Karl, and Ashley Corbin.
@princessmadison: it isn't okay to hate a girl for the choices (or mistakes or...
July 16th, 2015, 02:57 PM
Fiona Adelaide or Fiona Charlotte
Iantha Miriam or Iantha Gillian
Clara Eve or Clara Emmeline - but really my favorite would be Clara Faye.
Gemma Lisette or Gemma Klaire
Annelise Faye or Annelise...
I really love the name Hart and I think Rome is cool, but as I've read through this thread, I realized I was singing "where the deer and the antelope roam..." ): Just something to consider.
While Elowen Iris is very pretty, I do think Waylon and Elowen are too matchy for siblings. It will get very confusing trying to get the right name out at the right time.
1. How many lists do you have? One for boys, one for girls? Or do you have more than that?
I have about 8 lists, based on sounds I like, meanings, origins, themes, etc.
2. What are your lists...
Matilda, Eliza+ Caroline, Rosalie, Cecily, Vivian, Hilaria, Anais
Belle, Ruby+ Anna, Clover, Ida, Faye, Nora, Tess, Opal
Draco, Gideon+ Jonas, Roman, Ambrose, Owen, Wolfgang
July 13th, 2015, 10:28 PM
I'm more inclined towards the sound. If the full name already has a strong R, I would lean towards Ian. But if there is a long E sound already, I may chose Ryan, which might be irrelevant if you...
Ellowen Soleil - pretty, but it's a lot of Ls. She will most likely get a lot of compliments and misspellings.
Atlee Marlow - Atleast my first name could be Atalanta. This kind of seems like you...
Jude, Reuben, Phoenix, Atticus, Cassius, Emrys, Sebastian, Milo, Satchel, Jacoby, Dexter, Peregrine, Bear, Roman, Emerson, Jasper, Soren, Maddox, Ezra, August, Luca, Theodore, Felix, Knox, Atlas+......
I think I would go for gem and metal names, at least today: Pewter, Jasper, Esmeralda, Amethyst, Opal, Quartz, Silver, Garnet, Brass, Turquoise, Copper, and Topaz.
I love naming plants-- it helps me keep them alive! I used to have a palm tree named Betty and bamboo named Bambi (b/c when else can you use Bambi?). Here's what I would name these plants, mostly by...
July 11th, 2015, 07:50 PM
With Saffron, I think a long romantic name like Cressida or Arabella or a short, high impact name like Lux or Aia goes well.
I see Yarrow paired with a classic like Yarrow Thomas or William Yarrow...
Rosalind or Poppy
Anna or Ava
Ella or Erin
Marie or Christine
Isabelle or Annabelle
John or Joseph
Flynn or Aidan
Ryan or Oliver
Patrick or Brian
Daniel or Noah
Blaise: I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks of Diego Rivera!
Saracita: thanks so much for the cultural context of Geraldo's show-- I tend to be off-the-grid for pop culture connotations, so...
July 7th, 2015, 08:05 PM
I think it is usable. Folks keep saying it works better with an accessible nn, so I thought I'd play around with Tzeitel and see what options emerge:
Zizi (like Cici or...
elza0911: Thanks for the affirmation on Rivera vs Riviera. I think both have their positive qualities, but I do prefer Vera over Viera, so that's something to keep in mind. (:
pansy: I'd forgotten about Geraldo Rivera. Thanks for keeping me up on the association!
sunflowerist: I'm curious if you just picture his bushy mustache or just mustaches in general? Thanks for...
steampunkleo: I like your pronunciation, and Riviera is oh so pretty! I'm liking that it means "coastline" in Italian. Thanks for your thoughts and personality description!
saruliah: I'm glad you...
Tracy was my go-to alias when I was a kid: it had such a beautiful, strong image for me. I only know one Tracy, she's in her thirties and is every bit of the image I grew up with. Now I do think of...
Based on the names in your signature:
Saskia Noelle, Noemi, or Talullah
Saskia Vienne, Philippa, or Fox
Saskia Tea (Tay-uh), Dot, or Thistle...
I agree with southern maple. Hart is just about my definition of perfect, but tacking on the -ley just quells my fun.
I've been thinking today about Rivera, pr rih-VAIR-uh. I've liked both River and Vera for a while and just thought of this as a smoosh/way to get both. What do you think of this name? Would you use...
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