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I like Caroline Bay and Caroline Blair. I like the idea of something short and unusual with Caroline, perhaps a nature name like Bay? I would choose something that packs more of a punch though. Hmm....
Yesterday, 11:43 PM
I've only just started working on my GP list, but here are the boy's names I have right now:
Boone (this is unusable for me, but I do encourage others to use it :p)
I am going to have nightmares.
I would go with Anna Felicity or Louisa Rose.
Emmanuel Felix, definitely.
I think of Gilbert Blythe from the Anne of Green Gables series. It's a lovely name.
Yesterday, 05:22 PM
Most public schools are named after the town they're in or a prominent family/figure in the area. The possibilities are endless, so this is kind of a hard question to answer. Do you have any surnames...
I would recommend checking out these lists: http://www.britishbabynames.com/blog/2013/12/scandi-familiars.html and http://www.britishbabynames.com/blog/2014/01/scandi-particulars.html.
I have to go with Helen. It's been on my list for as long as I can remember. Helen is my great-grandmother's name, and I admire her so much. She's incredibly kind, loving, and funny; she's the...
Quentin and Caspar are smashing as brothers. I love Delphine and Xanthe for the girl.
Yesterday, 12:12 PM
I would avoid a second noun name with River. River Anne could work, but what about River Annabel? River Anneliese? River April would be pretty as well.
Yesterday, 12:04 PM
The only problem with the names on your shortlist is that they're all very generic. They're all nice names, but the name nerd in me just wants to see choices that are a bit more interesting.
That's quite the name! Are you British nobility, by any chance?
It flows beautifully, although I agree that Ambrose Cash does sound a little off.
Ace and Quinn make a great pair. I don't mind Quinn on a girl, but I definitely prefer it for a boy.
I prefer Kelilah by far. Kasidei is horrendous, but Cassidy is decent.
Pascale is the feminine form of Pascal, yes. Mary Clare is too generic, so between the two my vote goes to Mary Pascale. It does seem like it should be Marie Pascale though.
Have you considered...
April 18th, 2014, 06:14 PM
Several of these work with Oliver Jarrett as well, but for simplicity's sake I'll list my suggestions as second middle ideas for Declan Augustus.
Declan Augustus Gray
Declan Augustus Blake...
Do you like Marcela?
I imagine that having daughters named Ava and Eve would get confusing. Ivy and Eve are just as similar - the long "e" sound and the prominent "v" sound?
April 18th, 2014, 05:43 PM
I prefer the Earnest spelling to make it a virtue name. I would like to see it used again.
April 18th, 2014, 05:41 PM
I voted for Gray Everett. Gray Hawthorne sounds like a description.
Fox is very cool as a middle name, and I love that it's your maiden name! Anton Fox is my favorite.
I think it's fine.
April 17th, 2014, 10:59 PM
I agree with this. As long as Delilah sounds good with your surname, I think you've found your name.
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