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I think Sadie and Lyla go well (Lyla is my preferred spelling and it's on my list but all spellings of it are fine with Sadie). I also think Sadie and Violet will go, as well as Cara (pr. car-uh...
Way too harsh/masculine looking for me, unfortunately. The nn options are off-putting too (Henry? Hendry? Rika?)
I pronounced it hen-DREE-ka, but I don't know if this is the correct pronunciation...
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I like Grace Odilia Fleur the most but Grace Odilia Florence popped in my head when I read the title (I don't like the name so no idea why it did!) It seems really long with Florence though, so...
I love Imogen and think it fits in wonderfully. :)
I love Maria and Mariah (mar-RYE-uh) so probably a nickname for one of those IMO.
I'm 18 and English and I'm not familiar with the negative connotations, although it sounds very moany and harsh with my British accent. It also reminds me of the rundown place of Slough which is in...
October 28th, 2014, 06:59 PM
I'm in England and I've never met an Eloise. It's not popular here but it's familiar, if that makes sense.
@balkanbrazilian: Thank you. I think Lily Cynthia might be the one! :)
I love Ellen, I've always had a thing for it. I have a cousin called Eleanor so it's a familiar name to me but I'm not a big fan of it, although neither is she as she goes by Ellie.
I think they go wonderfully and I agree that Aurora compliments Penelope and balances both names out well.
I pronounce it Mee-lay-na.
I voted Henry James. It is so lovely. :)
October 28th, 2014, 09:52 AM
I picked Violet Elena. I LOVE the name Elena (assuming you're pronouncing it eh-LAY-na).
I picked Isla Charlotte, but I do think Isla and Eloise both go well with Adeline. I don't care for Harriet.
Thank you all! Cynthia as the first name is out of the question (I don't love it enough) but thanks anyway, I do like Lily Selene and I'm looking into Luna as an alternative to honour.
I think Amelia Noelle and Audrey Paige go wonderfully.
Other classic (and not outdated) names:
A thread recently posted reminded me to ask this. :)
My grandmother was called Cynthia and I want to honour her. I had Thea on my list as a first name but I don't know if I love it enough for a...
I like Camilla, Evelyn and Vivienne/Stella.
Natasha is lovely but I don't think it goes, and the other 3 (Katherine, Sonia - which I find too outdated - and Frances) aren't my taste.
DS: Ashton Charles
DS: Jude Antonio
DS: Mason Elijah
DD: Shiloh Wren
DS: Dylan Lewis
DD: Skylar Marcella
Ash, Jude, Mason, Shiloh, Dylan & Skye.
October 27th, 2014, 01:04 PM
Congratulations! I love the name Myles. :)
I don't like Clementine, the 'Clem' beginning doesn't slide too well. I LOVE Arabella and I think Arabella Grace is very pretty, although Arabella Rose is on my list.
I third what Spring 13 has said. I think she was referring herself to Aunt something, possibly Aunt Lorelei or maybe Lorlé (if that is even a name).
I've been playing around recently with names I like and I wanted some feedback on these new names that made it onto my list. They are:
Celeste (middle name only)
Thea (this would honour a...
Ivy Adelaide was on my list for a very long time.
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