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October 5th, 2015, 06:53 PM
I was going to be a Luke or a Lucas. It's lucky I was a girl because my cousin born a few months later was named Luke :L
I love Priya. I think the reason some people would find it unusual is because you don't hear many names of Indian origin on people who aren't Indian. I don't think that's a good enough reason not to...
I'm not completely opposed to big age differences ... but I think it's not really age that comes into it here. It's maturity.
I don't want to sound patronising (I'm probably going to but please...
Butch means masculine, almost aggressively so.
Merritt isn't what I would call "butch" or too masculine. I'd call it unisex or androgynous on its own and leaning towards feminine with a first...
Say: They must be so excited!
Think: I actually love all of these names - I think they compliment each other without being too matchy or obviously themed. I especially love the nicknames Jem and...
October 3rd, 2015, 01:12 AM
Saskia Adele Rose
Arlo Frederick Robin
October 2nd, 2015, 04:45 AM
I think Stella fits a little better - it's seems more grounded then Estelle, but I think it does it better then I originally thought with your extra description.
Last names for Jeremy could be ...
October 1st, 2015, 04:46 AM
Nathaniel nickname Nate
Luke or Lucas
William nickname Will
September 29th, 2015, 06:57 PM
I think you could always find exceptions to the rules but I think avoid names or changing names to end in -lyn for girls and -den for boys. Also not using Rose as a middle name (I think it can be...
I love Sparrow - I think it would work amazingly as a middle name especially.
September 29th, 2015, 06:05 AM
Quite a few of my current favourite girls names don't end in -a.
I think you should really see a doctor if you're so concerned about it. I don't think you'll find people who are in a position to really help you on the forum of a name website. Even if people do...
Theodore Hugo Wilder; my personal image of Theodore is one of a little boy. I just can't see it on an adult man. I love Hugo and Wilder though. The combination is a little pretentious feeling for me...
September 25th, 2015, 10:02 PM
I love Leighton Meester. But I much prefer Arlo for a boy. It's not that bad of a name compared to some though.
You could always expand Lucy to Lucia, Luciana, Lucille etc for a formal name and use Lucy as her nickname.
Some other longer names I thought of to match the length and...
The first name I thought of was Elysia with the nickname Ely or Sia, followed by Elowen with the nickname Elle. There's also Sancia, which could possibly be shortened to Sia as well?
September 23rd, 2015, 07:35 AM
For Marie/Stella/Estelle/Alicia: I like Stella out of the ones you've listed.
But some other names that come to mind are:
I'm from Sydney if you want anything answered as well :)
September 8th, 2015, 12:41 AM
I'm not really a fan of feminisations of names to be honest and Caspienne just seems like the female version of Caspian. But if frilly, feminised versions of names are your thing, then go for it.
I've heard the same! And I agree with it actually; I do enjoy talking to and being around people but I need recharge time by myself as well.
Say: Have they been out long?
Think: I like Lila, Leo, Zoe and Giselle. Annabelle is a little too frilly for me but I love the nickname Belle. The flow of Sam Leo feels a bit off - it would feel...
I absolutely love Arden, for exactly the reasons you listed. I have a feeling it's a name that's I'm going to want to use if I'm ready for kids years from now.
Some names that strike a similar...
September 1st, 2015, 06:34 AM
The only name I don't really think works is James/Jamie. If he's the son of a famed Russian politician, it would make more sense for him to have a Russian name, especially since Russian's have a very...
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