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January 6th, 2015, 07:19 PM
Julian Aubrey sounds the best to me. I really like Wesley as well. Wyatt just isn't really my style. I don't think Aubry will be perceived as much more masculine than Aubrey, so I would just go with...
January 1st, 2015, 05:35 AM
I love Florian but I think it could be a hard name for a little boy to wear. Too floral. It is popular in Germany, Austria, and Hungary, though, so maybe it could work elsewhere. Dorian is another...
All great, solid choices. Wesley James would be my pick--very handsome!
I wouldn't worry about Cooper being received badly. It might be the most non-traditional name on your list, but it's way...
December 31st, 2014, 06:47 PM
myosotis - Jam would be an adorable nickname for a little boy.
minxtruck - Idgy is super cute!
bellerose - I love Bix for Beatrix and Noor for Eleanor. Sable and Dare are cool ideas too.
December 31st, 2014, 01:50 AM
I heard the nickname Vita for Victoria recently and loved it. Much better than the dated, obvious nicknames Vicky and Tori, in my opinion. It made me wonder what other unusual nicknames you could use...
Poll: March - Boy or Girl?
I've been crushing on the name March lately. Do you think it works better for a girl or a boy?
December 8th, 2014, 05:49 PM
If you met siblings called Catherine and William (or Kate and Will), would you immediately think of the Duke and Duchess and find it odd or do you think they're classic enough that that wouldn't be...
My first thought is boy but I think it could work on a girl as well.
I prefer just Lucy. Lucinda sounds dated to me for some reason. I think either would go well with the other names on your list, though.
Only acceptable for a superhero.
I immediately thought Taj Mahal so I suspect anyone with that name would get a lot of comments along those lines. It wouldn't be terrible but it could get annoying. Taj reminds me of the name Tal.
November 16th, 2014, 05:20 PM
Noor and Viola are stunning! I like both Elena and Anouk. More ideas:
November 16th, 2014, 03:04 AM
Elizabeth I was known as Good Queen Bess. Nahyun Grace Bess? Or if you wanted to name yourself after the character from Little Women you could go with her nickname Jo since that's pretty unisex. I...
November 15th, 2014, 06:27 PM
If you could only pick one name to use on a boy or a girl (as in, a unisex name that would work for either), what would it be?
November 9th, 2014, 02:09 AM
I enjoy coming up with names for children I'll probably never have too. Honestly, getting to name them is the most appealing thing about having a child to me... That's definitely a sign that I...
Theodore Charles would be my pick, though I love the other two options as well.
Katherine Mary or Margaret Mary sound great to me. I also like Alexandra or Caroline for a sister to Elizabeth.
I think CASH-us is more common in the US and CASS-ee-us is more common in the UK. I suppose you could pronounce it the second way and use the nickname Cash, but I bet most people would call him Cas...
There are quite a few word names I like for girls, but far fewer I can think of that I really love for boys. What are some of your favourites?
I like the idea of giving a kid both an uncommon, offbeat name that no one else in their school will have (something like Ophelia or Emrys, for example) and a more popular, on-trend name they can use...
I love Albert but I would pair it with a different middle. Both Albert and Franklin sound like old man names, personally I would give him something a little more modern to fall back on if he didn't...
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