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These are my top two girl names and if I have two I will probably use them. I think matchy names depend on how many kids you end up with. For instance having Katie and Kenna wouldn't sound as weird...
June 25th, 2014, 12:08 AM
Penelope Noise has a great flow!
Helena Noise -- Sound funny with all the "n"?
Helena Grace "Leni"
Emma Katerine "Emma-Kate"
Thoughts? Must go well with Gabriel Joseph. Last name is Noise.
June 23rd, 2014, 03:15 PM
Perry Elizabeth! I really like it. Peregrine with the nn Perry is on our girl list, but we really like boy names for girls; Charlie, Spencer, etc.
I still can't understand how it's pronounced. It sounds like Dogma. I think it would need something incredibly feminine in the middle. Maybe "Day" for a nickname?
Margot and Lucia (loo-sha pronunciation)
Margot and Delphine
Margot and Matilda
Margot and Emmanuelle (love "Ema" prn Ay-mah as a nn)
Margot and Iris
June 21st, 2014, 12:20 AM
Thank you cocowhite. Your comment makes me appreciate my last name :) It's an adjustment because I had my favorite names BEFORE I had my last name obviously. So you get a little attached to those and...
June 20th, 2014, 07:45 PM
I feel like if the name is another name without an "a" at the end it sounds like "ANNOYS" like Sophia Noise would sound like Sophie Annoys.
I like Elena, but I feel like Elena Noise is hard to...
June 20th, 2014, 05:31 PM
Having an impossible time thinking of good girl names. Boy names are sooo easy for me! For reference I love...
I know they aren't super unique, but they...
1. Elodie Grace
2. Lincoln Rose
3. Violet Seraphine
4. Freya Katerine
5. Charlotte Willow
6. Verity Evelyn
7. Beatrice Maine
I love that someone else said "Delphine Plum". I was obsessed with that for a while. There is Plum Sykes if you need a real life one to compare it to (although her real name is Victoria I believe).
I believe Brynja is the Icelandic spelling and Brinja Danish...but they have the same meaning. I normally really hate changing spellings, but I feel like Brinya would go over better where I am from...
Wdyt of the following?
Thyri (pronounced "theory")
Brinya (traditionally Brinja)
Yay! I wish my last name didn't sound like "Noise". River Noise isn't a good combo lol. LOVE River Tam.
August 17th, 2013, 09:22 PM
I vote Dalton!
August 17th, 2013, 08:55 PM
1. Titania - Ty- tain- ya
2. Evelune - Ev- uh- lune
3. Eleni -like Melanie without the m
4. Rania- Ran-ee-ya
5. Neilia - Neil- ya
August 17th, 2013, 08:53 PM
In French they will be pronounced similar to those mentioned above. Totally depends on the language. If you want something that is easily pronounced in a lot of different languages, I think you have...
As a language lover myself, I love how much the world opens up when you speak multiple! Especially the name options! I really love Sira (African Origins) and I know a family that had a Musashi...
August 17th, 2013, 08:33 PM
Love love Peregrine and Emmanuelle for a girl :)
I also really like Mirabel, Lucasta, Gideon, Zebulon, Thaddeus, Lysander, Finnian and Hawthorne...
August 17th, 2013, 08:25 PM
I'm a Katie and had two other cousins named Katie. They were step so no one was named after the other, but it wasn't that weird. We sometimes went by first name middle name though...Katie Lynn, Katie...
I love all of these names! My favorites are Violet, Audrey and Hazel. So sad to say they are out :( Violet sounded Like Violent Noise to me so I named one of my chickens Violet. Audrey is a niece,...
Great suggestions! Charlotte is number one on my list as well as Emma-Kate to break up the annoys part, but I worry about 6 little Charlottes being in her class :(
I know...I'm realizing it bothers me even if people say it's not a big deal lol. Any non ending a names you'd suggest?
I actually like Lydienne best (I'm a French teacher) but I figured it would be pretty impossible to get people to say it right :)
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