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Is George Elliot meant to be a nod to the famous female author? She used a male pen name in order to avoid discrimination and get published.
I think George Elliot has the nicest...
As previous people have mentioned, you cannot base Finn's popularity off of the SSA ranking of Finn alone. This is because so many little boys are called Finn but have a different full name on their...
Really cute and pretty sib set. Unisex for sure but not too masculine at all. Rowan does read more male to me than Avery but would be right at home on a little girl especially if paired with a...
January 3rd, 2016, 04:10 PM
Oh definitely not too late to change! Baby's not even here yet! I'm sure your family will understand. Don't wait till it really is too late and then you're having regrets.
Logan Elisabeth would be my choice. Very cute and spunky. Personally I don't love the sound of Wyatt.
Avalon - 2
Scarlett - 4
Kennedy - 2
Kaydence - 1 (like the sound, dislike this spelling)
Vivienne - 5
Madeline - 5
Daria - 3
Raquel - 3
Evelyn - 5
Claire - 4
I think it depends on how close you are with this person and how often you see them. Maybe you could gently and politely suggest that she's not named after your relative by saying something like...
Lexington does read all place to me as I used to live in Lexington, KY. I do think the name as a whole has a nice flow though and am a strong believer in if you like it, use it! Lexi Leone is super...
The name Briar has really grown on me over time and now I think it's beautiful! Sounds like a cute, spunky little girl to me and with 2 older brothers I could definitely see this fitting. Stick to...
December 10th, 2015, 10:13 AM
I have to agree! Love Margaret and would definitely use it in a fn spot! My favorite nns are Maggie and Margot but also love your suggestion of Meg.
I agree with previous posters that Keelan Jax is the best of the combinations. I would also suggest Keelan Fox, as Jax, to me, comes off a little too trendy/common.
I like both names! Prefer Frederick because I do agree w previous posters that it just sounds more modern (while still classic). However, with Alfred you get the nicknames Al, Alf/Alfie or...
Both names are very nice. I voted for Nolan because Tyler seems slightly dated in my generation (born 1980s) and Nolan sounds more fresh. However Tyler is still a strong name and I agree with...
Who's Flynn Rider? I must be out of the loop. Since I don't make that connection, the name Finn Wilder just came off as very handsome and unique (unique in a good way!). I also think of an...
You have a diverse style which is great!
My favorite is Leo, hands down! Next would be River or Xavier with Weston my least favorite of the 4. Weston just gives off a little bit of a yuppie/preppy...
Another vote for Alfred! Mostly because I love the nicknames Alfie and Freddy. Very handsome, classic name! Aubrey I just don't really care for - on either gender.
That's a hard choice! Both names are great and on my list as well. I also love the nicknames "Art" and "Archie" equally. I think what it comes down to is whether you see your style as more classic or...
August 1st, 2015, 03:50 PM
I agree Reese is the way to go! Very cute and goes great with your sons' names. I also just don't understand Kherington. It doesn't look or sound very pretty to me. Sorry, I know it has meaning for...
That's a very creative and - imo- handsome name choice!
It definitely fits with current trends - vowel names, "Ev-" prefix, nature names, but is not widely used. While nature names are not always...
May 28th, 2015, 07:51 AM
Never thought of combinations like these but they are both gorgeous! My vote definitely goes for Dahlia Gold. It's beautiful, feminine and has a better flow than Rose January in my opinion. Dahlia is...
Adalind Rhea all the way! I love honoring family especially when the name is so unusual and beautiful! Also Rachel just sounds a little out of sync w the style of Adalind.
I'm sorry but it's not my favorite. I like the idea in spirit but there might be an even better way to go about it. Jala is kind of hard to pronounce and just not intuitive. Maybe Josie Kay to honor...
I love the name! It's almost lyrical! I agree with previous posters that perhaps a two syllable middle may flow slightly better (like Odele or Odette). I definitely think the vowels are a plus! Vowel...
Really pretty list! You definitely have to eliminate the ones SO doesn't like, so I've removed Petal, Pina, Mary, Leda and Rose.
Out of the ones that are left:
Love: Cora, Nina, Maia
I prefer with a c. I think it has a softer look to it.
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