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I'm not a fan of Fallon. I think of fall on and talon. Mainly talon. It sounds very harsh and masculine.
Ramona is a new love of mine, I just added it to my list yesterday :) I don't know if any of these combos would interest you, but these are the ones I've come up with so far:
Madeline Hope or Madeline Eve - this is a hard one, I much prefer Eve but Hope flows better
Eliza Noelle I dislike both Audrey and Noelle but think Noelle flows...
You get negative comments about Orla Rose?! But it's so pretty!
I voted for Freya, Nina, Aoife and Harriet. But, I voted before reading your post (very silly of me, I know) and Nina is no longer a...
March 13th, 2014, 02:03 PM
Louise (though I prefer Louisa)
Josephine (one of my favourites)
Hazel (another favourite)
I really like Erin, it's very simple and pretty.
I think Erin works with some short middles such as Erin Pearl or Erin Claire but mostly works best with names at least 3 syllables (sorry for any...
I consider Aurora to be quite vintage and I think it fits well with your other names (especially Violet, Hazel and Beatrice, which I love by the way! I also think it sounds great with Lillian). I...
I love Calla! Calla lilies are beautiful flowers and the look and sound of Calla is also beautiful. I think it definitely would age well. It is short and ends in a but I think it is also grown up and...
Brooke - this is nms but I don't really have anything against it, it's a nice name with a great meaning
Brynn - Bryn is a Welsh boys' name so I can't get on board with Brynn as a girls' name but I...
I voted Nora, it's lovely. I would've voted Aveline if pronounced Av-uh-leen. I also really like Evangeline and Piper is a GP of mine :)
Nala (GP - it's a bit too 'Disney')
March 10th, 2014, 03:46 PM
Definitely! I'm undecided on what I think of Atticus but I could imagine it working (and I think it goes well with Levi and Julius from your signature) and Kyra is not too out there, people would...
stripedsocks - Anwen is currently my favourite Welsh name :)
renrose - I'm pleased to have positive feedback on nn Ari, I'm not really very good at thinking of nns normally!
lawsonhaley - I...
I know it's Welsh so I don't know where I would think it was from if I didn't know. It's definitely not my favourite Welsh name, I just think there are so many more with a much more attractive sound....
March 9th, 2014, 06:59 PM
Etta ~ Violet
Taryn ~ Erin
Diantha ~ Diandra
Rosalie ~ Coralie
Brielle ~ Brianna
Abram ~ Abe
Ronan ~ Rowan
Easton ~ Aston
Darian ~ Darius
All I've got as potential nns are Ari (maybe prn Arry or Are-ee) and Anne/Annie but yeah, there aren't many
I kind of like it but if it is traditionally masculine, I'd stick to using it as a boys' name
sweetpeacelove - the arian part doesn't bother me because the "race" is spelt Aryan, but thank you for the response
carysmarie - thank you for the suggestions! My dad is Welsh so I'm always...
I've been looking for more Welsh names to add to my list and came across Arianwen ... thoughts?
March 9th, 2014, 05:17 PM
Some of these aren't that common here but I'm guessing you mean the US top 200 and I still really dislike these:
Addison (any -son name for a girl really)
Aubrey, and the...
Alva is a biblical boys' name (variation of Alvah) and for a girl is just an anglicised spelling of Ailbhe, which I love. So, if Ailbhe was an option I would've chosen that but I also love Artemis so...
Av-uh-LEEN, I love this name. I think Avelyn looks very trendy and does not have the same beauty or history of Aveline, also I dislike the Av-uh-lynn pronunciation
I have struggled with middles...
Cian - this was a tricky one, I like both
What is it about boys' names that you like for girls? Is it the sound? the meaning? Maybe there are some traditionally female names that have that sound/meaning that you would like? Then, you get a...
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