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Pagan is such an umbrella term! There are many different kinds of pagans.
I'm a panthiest pagan. And even then, it's more of vague feelings and a general idea as to what I actually believe. But...
Neve (the Irish spelling is Niamh) means "bright", not snow. And Solveig means "sun" and "strength". Solveig is my middle name, and I adore it.
Emrys. It's been my absolute favorite for about 6-7 years, and I cannot imagine myself not actually naming my son Emrys. Sometimes I wish I was able to leave it behind, because it doesn't really fit...
Mine are Ella, Jane, Frida, and Norma.
I prefer some of my great-grandmothers' names, which are: Alvilde, Emma, and Elen
Poll: This is hilarious lol
This is hilarious lol
Avatar is one of my all time favorite shows, but this would be way over the top!
March 22nd, 2015, 02:50 AM
March 21st, 2015, 02:30 AM
Fiammetta (though I'd spell it with one m, surname is very long!)
Cressida (I've always liked it, but it's long and I can't think of a nickname?)
March 18th, 2015, 09:57 PM
Athena, Avalon, Ariadne, Calanthe, Capucine, Cordelia, Cosima, Cressida, Evadne, Eulalia, Fleur, Freyja, Frederica, Georgiana, Isidora Isabeau, Juniper, Lucia, Lotus, Liv, Magnolia,...
March 17th, 2015, 01:36 AM
I like these (* = like a lot)
Illyria*, Gwyneira*, Thalassa*, Ondine*, Rowena, Faustine, Severine, Melusina, Vespertine, Nimue*, Vesta, Araminta, Thessaly, Thisbe, Juno, Persephone, Clio...
Liv Everly and Liv Waverly are both sweet combos, but it's a bit too V heavy for me personally! But I don't think it's a problem. :)
My first thought was Liv Gardenia which I didn't see mentioned!...
I prefer Sophie over Sofie, yet I prefer Sofia over Sophia! I'm not sure why, I just do. How's that for helpful? ;)
I think Nila is lovely! It sounds nice with your daughter's name as well.
March 16th, 2015, 10:50 PM
I've had a hard time with girl names for months, and I previously planned on using middle names to honor my family. But recently I discovered the person I was going to name my first daughter after is...
I'm looking for a one syllable name to complete a combo. I just need a ton of ideas!
I love it! It's not my style at all, but my fiancé's name is Peyton and he's the most amazing association ever. ;)
I think it's beautiful! I love it. :)
I'm really attracted to the sounds in Sesame and Asami, but don't like either as a realistic name for a child. The only one I can think of is Cecily, but it's missing the m sound.
I think it has a lovely sound, but I would have more of a problem with the nail polish brand than it sounding too ethnic. I don't even wear nail polish and I've heard of the brand! If that doesn't...
December 20th, 2014, 08:04 PM
I'm confused as to why giving a child two middle names is being made out as some really negative thing? If it's not your thing, don't do it. But it's not too much for a little kid to handle. Most...
Right now the combos I'm loving are Llyr Somerled and Éloïse Gywnedd.
Always Emrys for a boy. Isidora is my go to name for a girl when I'm not really loving anything, so I'll say that!
December 8th, 2014, 05:35 PM
I'm not just looking for 'old lady' names, but ones that specifically feel like names from the 'Golden Age 1920s'. Think of the music of Cole Porter, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, and ladies like...
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