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I love both names very much and think they are both old-fashioned cool!
Personally if I were a boy/man, I'd rather have many nicknames to choose from (Doug, Dougie, Doogie, Fairbanks, Dougal,...
Love love love it!
Mabel sounds both like a cute little girl and an old lady in the best possible way (it was my beloved great grandmother's name!).
Augusta is noble and gorgeous.
It's a bit much, but think how little we say our own middle names.
Coral Mathilde is a lovely name.
Coral Catherine sounds like an adjective then a noun because Coral the name is also coral the color.
Like Green Margaret or Blue Stacy.
I prefer it with...
Coral is lovely and old-fashioned! :)
It's a wonderful and strong name! I love Marjorie Rosamund in particular.
Not a damn thing! I love it.
I love Margot Faye, which to me feels modern enough and not a filler, but not sure how others would feel.
I like Frances and Francesca, but do not like Francine at all.
I can see wanting a name that is not in the top 50 or 100, but to seek an unpopular name, I don't know.
Would either of you like to have been named Riggins? I wouldn't! :)
Reuben is a wonderful classic. I like the sandwich but I only think of that connection when I see it on a lunch menu!
July 19th, 2016, 07:33 PM
These all seem like good names, but I fear Owen has become awfully popular. I have wanted a son named Owen since I read Anne of Green Gables as a girl and we named our unborn son that and then years...
I love Nancy, Nancy Drew all the way. Nan is cute too.
I also love Vesper but I am having a hard time reconciling the two. Nancy is so girl next door and Vesper is so mysterious and Anglican...
These are all gorgeous names! :)
Remy will fit in the easiest.
Cyprian is so cool sounding and totally uncommon where I live.
Winter I love for males.
I think Remy would be the easiest...
Vesper Eulalia is lovely! I can't see a modern sounding name like Celine with Vesper and some of the other middles I liked didn't sound right with it either. Vesper is one of those names that...
I love Robin for a boy! I would name him Robert and call him Robin sometimes, but either way is good. Hugo and Hugh are good names and I like Francis myself, though he'd probably be nicknamed Frank...
Narnia! Love them both.
I didn't remember the name of Shrek's wife, so that part seems fine to me.
I like Fiona, though the fee- sound is less appealing to me than say, Flora or Flavia or Flannery. But it is a nice...
Theodore Frederick as a fully said name suggests a stolid and earnest banker. But just Theodore or Theo or Ted or Teo sound quite different, much younger and cooler so it is a versatile name. I love...
July 12th, 2016, 01:21 PM
Genevieve is lovely. I am also keen on Guinevere, which I believe is the Welsh for Jennifer? Gwen and Vera are two lovely nicknames for that. Geneva and Ginevra are cool too and follow along with...
Ayla somehow does not sound right to me.
Isla is pretty, but seems as though it is being used a lot.
Eva has already been used a lot.
All are nice names- the spelling of Isla looks the...
It is very overused where I live, but if you love it....
The name is fine, but there are a lot of Tessas and Scarletts out there and you seem undecided.
I love Tressa Scarlet -- Tressa is more unique than Tessa and Scarlet is a color rather than an...
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