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The way I read it, Fitz is the beginning of their last name: Fitz-----? So I was subbing in longer names like Fitzwilliam of Fitzsimmons, etc. If it's just Fitz, Paris doesn't fit quite as well as...
September 18th, 2014, 10:38 AM
Ruth isn't just a name, it's a word meaning compassion - so Merit Ruth seems perfect to me! I like it better than Merit Truth - the t's run together and make it sound like Merit Ruth anyway.
The peak of Paris Hilton's fame was about 10 years ago, right? 2004-2005-ish. People still know who she is but she's not in every tabloid. When you're daughter is 10, Paris Hilton will (most likely)...
September 17th, 2014, 01:14 PM
Ezrynn looks pointy and sort of like a fantasy novel character. That happens a lot with made-up names: they can look like something out of sci-fi or fantasy, because those are the only places we...
September 17th, 2014, 11:17 AM
All three are elegant and restrained. For timelessness, I'd go with Catherine or Elizabeth. Charlotte had a fall and rise in popularity that makes it feel trendier. Of Catherine and Elizabeth, I...
I'm going to go against the grain and say I actually really like it - it sounds vintage and sweet and capable. I prefer the Jean spelling if you live in an English-speaking country: less fussy. I...
I agree with the others who have said that Audrey feels simultaneously elegant and playful. Someone with a lot of class and manners, but that doesn't mean that she's stodgy or dull at all. I've...
Very nice. The first names aren't my style but I love all of the middles! And the more unisex first names balance them from being too frilly or princessy.
The firsts are the kind of "not my...
I love Amaya, and Amaia even more. I hope it doesn't get lumped with all of the "frilly A names" that are popular when taken as a whole: Ayana and Aliya and Aryana and such, because Amaya is a lot...
Emily_333, it's bad, but not quite AS bad as you fear! A lot of us use those symbols when talking about real people, especially sibling sets or surnames or very distinctive names, so if the parents...
September 12th, 2014, 10:30 AM
Not dated at all! Anna has had very steady popularity and is in the top 40 in the U.S. - and was even higher 5-10 years ago. And I think Mae is becoming popular as a middle, although it isn't yet...
September 11th, 2014, 03:16 PM
Anne and Jane are way up there for me! And Mary, Rose, and Susan as well. I feel like a girl can inject so much of her own personality into these names - sturdy or spirited or girly - and you can do...
The "head" thing would be a no-go for me. I don't think it's too tied the band though. I live in the U.S. and am a music lover and I'm honestly not even all that familiar. I guess it depends on where...
I think Soleil works just fine! Susanna is one of my top girl names and I always figured if I use it, Sunny will be the nickname. I see the sun part coming more from the -sanna part of the name,...
I was going to say Rosabel, but not with an Anna Rose (pretty name BTW). There's Belinda, but that sounds fussy with the FNs you like. Abella and Abelia have internal Bels.
I would say Arabel...
Now that I've seen your other names, I'm loving your style even more than I already did! Even more than Agnes and Agatha, I love Rosemary Frances and Dorothy Frances with your Mabel Eloise. To me,...
Cosette is a name where ALL I can hear is the meaning ('chose' [thing] + diminutive 'ette': little thing), so it sounds like a nickname to me. I prefer Colette or Lisette.
On the other hand, it's...
These names are easy for me to associate with a person. I notice most have been used a bit more for names than the others:
Temperance (sort of on the fence for me)
I love Holly!
Holly Theresa (my name rhymes with Holly and this is my MN - Holly Tess would be a cute...
I like your style: I used Agnes as my confirmation name and Mabel for my cat, because I'll never get to use every name I like on a child. Plus my dad, brother, 2 nephews, grandpa, cousin, ... etc all...
September 4th, 2014, 03:04 PM
Frankly I don't think Alyssa Milano is a high-profile enough star for the name to be strictly associated with her. I just learned that this baby was her second child - I didn't know there was a...
We use to go to Hyannis Port when I was growing up. Love Cape Cod! Off the top of my head:
Kennedy (we used to try to get peaks of the compound! Or a Kennedy name like Caroline or Jacqueline.)...
I've always loved Gwendolen (see list!) so that has my vote. Part of why I so love Gwendolen is that I think the whole name by itself is great, but I also like all of the nicknames you can pull from...
I like it! I'd go with Hettie as the nickname, but I think I have a thing for --ttie nicknames, like Hattie, Lottie and Lettie.
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