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Marielle--I quite like this one, thanks, but I'm not sure whether it fits the character. Maybe Mirielle, though?
Primrose--really pretty. I like it.
Annelise--I like the sound,...
I'm from the edge of the South--northern VA, but my dad and paternal family are actually from Atlanta. Hayes, Grady, and Carter all seem really Southern to me, in a nice way. Hayes in particular is...
Elliot John all the way, it's a gorgeous name.
Your girls are, as a whole, less of my type, but I'll go with Vera Berlin. Vera is gorgeous, and Berlin is interesting. The combo is rather badass.
I think meaning trumps flow in general, but you might want to consider a variant of Lauren that still is obviously related, like Laura, Laurel, or even Laure.
I'd like a bit of help naming a character for a short epic-fantasy-type story I'm writing.
She was born into a tentative, fraught peace after a long, violent war. Her father, a minor lord, died...
My immediate thought was Russell NN Russ, which is odd, because it's a name I like, and surprising as a choice for a rather shady character.
The only one I really don't like is Edward, the others are all wonderful.
April 3rd, 2014, 03:11 PM
Raphael. Second spot to Avery.
April 2nd, 2014, 01:27 PM
I kind of love it. It's a wonderful sound and my favorite of the musketeers. I also think of Aravis from the narnia books, although it's nicer with an m to me. Good name, cool references...but...
April 2nd, 2014, 01:23 PM
I like Flynn better myself, it feels more classic. I prefer Finley or Finnegan to just Finn. I would go with Gabriel--it provides a nice, Biblical counterpoint to these names, which are lovely but...
Poll: David nickname spelling
How would you spell Davie/Davey/Davy as an informal form of David? It's been growing on me lately--probably for use as a pet name, not a primary nickname, but I can't decide on spelling.
March 26th, 2014, 01:01 PM
My name: Julia Catherine
Theme: Roman first name, middle name is a rarer but still accepted spelling of a relatively common name.
DD: Claudia Alison
DS: Felix Nathanael
DH: Theodore Patrick “Theo”
DW: Emily Nicole
DS: John Mason
DD: Charlotte Mary
DS/DS: James Carter “Jamie”/Benjamin Eric “Ben”
DS: Hayden Graham
DD/DD: Vera Reagan/Brooke...
March 26th, 2014, 09:19 AM
Catherine & Robert
Ashley & Ronan
Hazel & James
Jude & Norah
Penelope & Ambrose
Finnegan & Marie
Jack & Alison
Casper & Theodosia
Harry & Eleanor
Llewellyn & Nerys
Peter all the way! It's such a handsome, underused name and fits great with his siblings. I'm not a big Andrew fan--the Drew part sounds ugly to me, like drool.
1. What’s your middle name?
2. Pick 3 names off the top of your head beginning with the letter P.
Preston, Paisley, Paloma
3. Pick your favorite (even if you hate them all):...
March 24th, 2014, 12:01 PM
March 24th, 2014, 11:58 AM
I like Vincent Orion's flow better, I prefer Vincent to Orion and think it's more wearable, and I think Vincent works better with Fiona as a sibset. So Vincent as FN all the way for me.
I prefer it spelled Shea on either gender, and Shay feels more distinctly feminine, as well as more nickname-y. It's a nice name!
I prefer Vera too, but your husband has a reasonable objection, and Nora seems like a good combination of Vera and Nell to me. Nora Susanne is a lovely combination.
Ramona is a gorgeous name. To me, the Ramona Quimby connection is a plus, and I don't think the name is too associated with her. I like the NN Mona (and the other kids' lit association with Mona...
March 24th, 2014, 11:47 AM
I agree with the two-but-not-three idea stated by lucialucentum. I like a lot of J and E names, and might end up doubling up (although I myself have a J name, so wouldn't want more than one kid with...
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