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I know a 14 year old Ondine, and once people hear the right pronunciation, that's pretty much it. They get it. Her parents also nn her Deenie sometimes. It's lovely. Don't fret. :)
July 21st, 2014, 12:43 AM
The dolls I played with most were Amy, Emily, Andrew and Polly. My tastes have changed significantly since then. :)
Excellent taste. :) I have a Marley too. On the mn list for her were:
Love Winter. It is lovely, and I have only ever known one. My favourite combos with it as a first name are
Daisy Elizabeth or Kira Bronwen
Felix Dover or Gideon Dover
June 23rd, 2014, 03:50 PM
My 8 year old's year book from school was a very entertaining and enlightening read. The one that hurt my brain was Alyviah (Olivia).
June 20th, 2014, 03:04 PM
nn is nickname. Rafferty is the best match of all, and I personally love the nn Rafe for it too. :)
My Gabriel is brown haired, brown eyed, thoughtful, super smart, values family time above everything, loyal, caring, and he's a Gabriel, not a Gabe. People try to use Gabe, but he kindly corrects...
If you don't like the 'hillbilly' vibe of May, how about Daisy Maeve? Similar sound, but a short sweet Irish name.
June 17th, 2014, 01:05 AM
Samantha Caroline is my absolute favourite from that list!
Some really great suggestions already! I'd add
June 16th, 2014, 01:04 AM
Watson. I love it. If there can be Winstons and Hudsons, why not some Watsons? Plus, Wats as a nn? Come ON. Awesome. I doubt I'd be brave enough to use it, but I really really wish I could.
I know a Matilda and an Amelia that go by Millie. Rose is perfectly sweet as a nn for Rosamund.
Boy name. Anyone can call a girl anything, it doesn't make that name a girl name, or feminine.
Oh my gosh, I laughed out loud reading this! This has happened so many times in the last few years. Friends that have amazing, impeccable decorating in their homes, a talented cook, a friend who...
I LOVE Magnolia and Amelia. Millie and Maggie are too fabulous together. I love the similar feel to the full names, but they're not matchy. I really love all your names, but this combo to me is...
Pretty combo, flipped both ways, Delphine Mireille works too. Lovely names.
Absolutely love Alessia. Juliana is lovely too. Adriana sounds too much like your surname, imo. Ava and Olivia are incredibly popular, if that bothers you at all. Gianna is very pretty, and Gia is a...
April 25th, 2014, 01:17 PM
The Indian name Alaka
It's interesting how much influence who you know has on this. I knew 2 Ciaras in school, both pronounced KEER-a, so I can't fathom the other pronunciations. There are so many, as it turns out! Keira...
So yes. That's what I was afraid of. I guess I need to determine if I'd be bothered more by correcting people frequently, or the fact that it's spelled, in a way I'm not keen on for the sake of...
...and without looking it up, how would you pronounce this name?
I would love to use it, but am afraid the pronunciation would be butchered in many areas. TIA!
April 19th, 2014, 08:42 PM
Watson (I would maybe use this despite the raised eyebrows I'd get. Wats as a nn makes me so happy)
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