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What kind of story are you writing? If it's set in modern-day, Ashabelle/Ashabel seems unlikely, and Aisling the more obvious choice. If it's something more along the lines of fantasy, I'd probably...
April 12th, 2014, 02:17 PM
Iris, definitely. Audrey is mega-popular and has lost all of its former glamor. Iris is quirky and a little exotic.
April 12th, 2014, 01:57 PM
Here's my favorites:
Elizabeth, Chloe, Lily, Natalie, Stella, Lucy, Autumn, Eva, Piper, Alice, Rachel, Isabel, Eleanor, Cora, Aurora, Daisy, Giselle, Cecilia, Esther, Arabella, Hazel, Juliet,...
April 12th, 2014, 12:53 PM
Mabel, Tilda, Zinnia, Aggie, Janet
Isaac, Elsa & Margot are a fabulous sibset! Congrats!
As for their sister, here's some ideas:
What about just using the name Meadow? It's a little out there stylistically, but it's got a lovely sound, and it's been popping up on the forums recently.
If not, Aileen and Ainsley both have...
Lisette, Philomena, Hendrika (Dutch name that's a relative of Harriet somewhere down the line), Arrietty, Hermione, Eleanor, Hester/Hestia, Ffion, Eloise, Alberta, Harley
Most of these names, with...
Lily-Ann and its variants all just look like funky spellings of Lillian, to me. I would try something like Lily-Maeve Ann, with Anne as the middle name.
I love Reese and Teagan!
I had sort of an opposite story; I assumed that it was pronounced ah-reel-ee-uh, but was corrected by another Berry who said it was ah-ray-lee-uh. I believe both are acceptable, it's just a matter of...
I'd pronounce it eh-len-ee-uh.
April 12th, 2014, 02:24 AM
Tobias, Mabel, Barnaby &
Isolde Saskia Ruth (personal favorite)
Isolde Saskia Olive (personal favorite)
Iseult Catherine Myrtle
Ida Catherine Myrtle
Ida Catherine Joan
Madelyn Luz, though that spelling makes me cringe (for some reason, I have an intense aversion to y's). Magdalen Luz, perhaps?
Kate Evangeline, for sure. Evangeline Kate would be ideal.
Violet's nice. It's a bit overdone, amongst the floral group, and it's only a letter off from "violent." It's definitely too close to Elliott for siblings. I like Violet with Lyra best.
Dahlia is pretty, though has the unfortunate Black Dahlia association, and can be shortened to the somewhat less attractive Dolly. I prefer Thalia.
Juniper is lovely, though I tend to find it a...
April 11th, 2014, 11:56 PM
I like Emke and Indi best. I prefer Indi spelled Indie.
Wisteria, Mirabel, Cicely, Fuchsia, Elodie, Titania, Rosalie, Maeve
Ophelia - gorgeous! One of my absolute favourites. The one major downside is the tragic damsel of Shakespearean fame.
Octavia - another lovely name.
Sybella - makes me think of crazy cat ladies,...
April 4th, 2014, 04:14 PM
Lena Juliet is my favourite!
April 4th, 2014, 04:10 PM
Makes me think of someone describing a kind of rose (like primrose, Eden rose, etc.). I'm not a huge fan of Eden (I don't understand naming a child Paradise), and Rose feels like a filler.
April 4th, 2014, 04:06 PM
Daisy Lisette is gorgeous.
April 4th, 2014, 04:05 PM
Olive Evangeline, definitely, though I'd also adore Evangeline Olive.
I'm not a fan of Desiree, Yolanda, or Dakota.
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