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Top 10: Belle, Emilia, Ella, Imogen, Isaline, Phoebe, Tessa, Zara, Etta, Mara
Bottom 5: Arwen, Corinne, Carys, Liana, Mira/Meara
September 15th, 2014, 03:08 PM
Ophelia - Fifi, Lia
Hephzibah - Eppie or Effie, depending on how you pronounce it, Zibby is also sweet
Hadassah - Sassy, Ada, Addie
Persephone - I know a Persephone nicknamed Persie, but Sephy is...
Indie for a girl is lovely, especially as a nickname for India, but I do like it on its own. It could also be used as a nickname for any '-ind' or '-inda' ending name, such as Rosalind, Belinda,...
September 7th, 2014, 01:47 PM
DH: Oscar Atticus
DW: Lola Malaika
DD: Georgia Scarlett
DD: Genevieve Haven
DS: Robert Crispin *Rob*
DD: Luna Katherine
DS: Quinn Samson
September 7th, 2014, 01:42 PM
September 7th, 2014, 01:41 PM
Isabelle - I'd spell this Isabel or Isobel
Annabelle - this spelling
Scarlett - this spelling
Lily/Lillie - Lily
Juliet/Juliette - Juliet
May - Mae
September 7th, 2014, 01:30 PM
I think it is absolutely fine to have the alliteration. However I would advise against using Bea for the middle name, in case she ends up being called Bea B for some reason. I think Beatrix Love B....
I'm usually not a big fan of Celine, but I think Magdalena Celine is perfect!
June 3rd, 2014, 09:36 AM
My favorite is Willow, but I agree with pp that Lorelai works best in this sibset, and I think it flows better with Jane than Willow does!
Madeleine Rhea - my favorite spelling of Madeleine! But I'm never sure how to pronounce Rhea, and however I do pronounce it, I still don't really like it. But the name flows well, and is overall very...
I think if you end up using the whole family name, to then call the child something not entirely obvious would just be confusing. To have five names and then go by a completely different sixth name...
Savannah and Stella are my favorites. Not sure which is my favorite middle name though.
May 28th, 2014, 02:38 PM
I think Rupert George works perfectly!
May 28th, 2014, 02:37 PM
Noah is very much so a male name.
I love Saskia, I know one who uses nickname Sassy which I think is adorable! I also think Katya and Aurora are lovely
Edie Denise & Hugo Warren get my votes!
I love Miles/Milo, Finn and Leo, and I think Johnny is adorable! I love most of your girls' list, in particular Beatrix/Bea, Sylvie, Iris and Margot. I think Bonnie is a great nickname for Bronwen.
Callie, Billie, Coco, Ginny, Emme/Emmy, Posy/Posey, Josie, Jo, Kitty (and Katie), Charlie, Frankie all fit in this category I think
Margot - my favorite spelling of this name
Audrey - I'm always pleased when people use Audrey for a girl, and not Aubrey which is a boy's name!
Maud - prefer with an 'e' on the end, but still...
I love them all! I think Kaia would be my fave, although I prefer the spelling Caia. Next Phoebe and then Sasha, but it really just depends on the day
Aviv (spring in Hebrew)
Suvi (summer in Finnish)
Theresa (may be derived from the Greek word for summer)
Vera (derived from the Albanian word meaning summer)
Primavera (spring in Spanish)
It really doesn't feel feminine at all to me, I think because it ends in 'nix' which sounds quite like Nick.
May 12th, 2014, 02:33 PM
I say Ann-ick-kuh or A-nee-kah. I think A-nee-kah works with Everly but Ann-ic-kuh doesn't
May 11th, 2014, 10:37 AM
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