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I like it. I think it works.
I think of Wren as totally unisex. It's a nature name that (unlike say, Violet) doesn't seem particularly masculine or feminine. It also makes me think of Christopher Wren, the architect. I wouldn't...
I like Abram and Abraham, but I'm just not a fan of Bram. It's not terrible and I wouldn't think twice if I met a boy named Bram, it's just not very appealing to me. It doesn't seem strong enough to...
I love Kit and Joseph, so I voted for Kit Joseph, even though it doesn't have the best flow. Kit Benjamin in nice too and it sounds better. But still, Kit Joseph is awesome.
I like it, but I do prefer Caius. Kai makes me think of a laid back person who maybe surfs. I wouldn't hesitate to interview someone named Kai, but I don't really consider names when looking at...
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I think Sullivan is great. I love the nn Sully. I don't really see any cons. My first thought for combos was Sullivan Reid, but casilda beat me to it!
I think with 3 syllable Sullivan, a one...
Clyde (one of my all-time favorited)
Ike (another fave)
My favorites on your list are Harriet, Mae and Dorothea (although I go back and forth between preferring Dorothy or Dorothea- but I love Dot/Dottie). Dorothea Mae?
I also love Mae Felicity.
July 1st, 2015, 11:28 PM
I love Plum, but it's a little too close to Georgia peach. I think Georgia Pearl is really beautiful.
How about Malala?
I'm on the fence about Apollonia. I love The French version, Apolline, but Apollonia makes me think of the woman in Prince's band.
Aviva is kind of a mash up of Ava and Olivia. It's a Hebrew name that means spring-like or fresh and new. It's one of my favorites.
A five dollar bill is sometimes called a Fin.
I have all those names on my list. I love Abram and Arthur especially.
Maybe a two syllable name with the emphasis on the second syllable? Like
June 29th, 2015, 10:46 PM
The first two that come to mind are Danae and Mireille.
June 29th, 2015, 10:44 PM
Lenore Sophronia. It doesn't have the best flow, but they're both nice names and the combo is miles ahead of Eleanor Isadora.
I don't think Eleanor is too trendy. It's a solid classic. I think...
I keep glancing at the headline, "Ysore?" And thinking "You sore, bro?" But maybe that's just me.
June 29th, 2015, 08:51 PM
I like Jacey best. If I had to choose between the two you asked about, I would pick Jaycie. But it looks a little made up to me. I think it's the "y." Maybe Jacie? I think it's one of those names...
I think the kk...k is off putting. Maybe as a middle name?
I like Huck, too. I thought about using it as a nn for Hugo. There's also Huxley.
Hollis is the first name that came to mind. Maybe Harold?
I love Dexter. Darius reminds me of the guy from Hootie and the Blowfish.
I said no, but that's before I saw you were from Amsterdam. The reason I don't like it is its proximity to the word "fedora." And also because "Feo" in Spanish means "ugly." But if you don't have...
I think I like it. I'm pronouncing it leez-eh-lohr-eh. You could use Liesel as a nickname, if you were so inclined. I definitely like it better than Liselotte. I'm not sure if I prefer it to...
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