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I love Amos! It was my grandfather's name, so I'm quite attached to it.
Ezra is great too, and I especially love Caius.
The other two aren't my cup of tea though.
April 10th, 2014, 10:29 AM
Ooh, great idea! I'd read it :)
April 10th, 2014, 10:28 AM
What browser are you using? Sometimes that makes a difference. Usually Chrome will work pretty well, but I guess it depends on updates and stuff. Hope you can get it resolved soon!
April 3rd, 2014, 12:12 PM
I fell in love with it in grade 3, when our English teacher read us The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. It's been in the forefront of my mind ever since. I adore it.
April 1st, 2014, 10:05 AM
Oooh Lilith Seraphine! So gorgeous!
I love Ursula! I don't know anyone named Ursula, but I think it's awesome.
I'd be stoked to come across someone named Ursula.
The Little Mermaid character does come to mind first (it was my...
Malcolm, Callum, Maksim, or Magnus work for sure.
I actually love Mackenzie though. This is my ex boyfriend's name, and I actually LOVE it. He goes by Mack, but I tried to sneak "Mackenzie" in when...
I like my name now because I've changed it ;)
Growing up, I remember being in grade 2 and trying to find another name to use, apart from my legal name. I've just never identified with it. I had...
I really like them! I prefer FN/LN alliterative combos to FN/MN, but I love repeating letters in FN/MN combos.
I think something like Rosalie Richmond is too cute for words. Rosalie Rebecca...
March 30th, 2014, 05:10 PM
I'm kind of surprised it took me this long to get around to replying to this thread.
I do have a passion for travel, but I'm not much of an adventurer. The first time I went overseas was to Spain...
I don't think they're too similar. I really like Anya :) I have a friend whose middle name is Aña, which I think is amazing (and have nabbed it for my own list).
I came across Rohesia late last night, slept on it, and am still thinking about it.
What are your thoughts on Rohesia? It's the Latinized form of Rohese (which is a Norman French, medieval version...
I don't love any of them, but I'd pick Ava myself.
My great-aunt was named Clair (short for Sinclair though), and she was born in the late 1920s. Her granddaughter was named Clair after her, and this little girl is about 10 now. I think it suits them...
Sophie Lavinia! I'm not usually a Lavinia fan, but I like this combo very much.
Yep, this is my train for thought for picking Anna Kate, too.
Anna Grace does sound lovely, but to me, it's redundant.
I voted for Alexander Charles/ Charlie even before reading the descriptions. After reading them, I'm definitely happy with that choice. I recently had a friend pass away and I'd love to honour him, I...
August nn Gus for me :)
I like Augustijn, too.
March 25th, 2014, 09:40 PM
I think Malcolm nn Cal would be great!
Callum would be my second choice.
I have a girl in my class at work named Cassidy. I never, ever call her Cassie.
I think Cass as a short form might pop up from time to time (goes for any short form, really), but I think the...
I was rearranging my sig, and ended up having an issue deciding between Caspian, Caius, and Caspar.
I feel like Edmund and Caspian can't be used together... not sure if anyone else feels the same/...
It's super duper redundant. I really don't like using names with the same roots together (like within sibsets. Leopold & Leonor don't bother me, but something like Elizabeth and Isabel does).
I know someone named Aliénor, and she pronounces it "ah-lee'ay-NORR"
You can listen here:
In Portuguese it (Alienor) sounds more like "ali-en-OR" (at...
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