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All of these have that feel to me; introverted, smart, cynical; familiar, classic, not overused
What about Seona? (pronounced sho-nuh, similar to Sean, etc.)
Goes great with Duncan and has a dark and a light side I could see working with a witch side or a softer princess side.
A few different ways to approach it:
Parker & Piper
Parker & Paige
Parker & Summer
January 22nd, 2015, 05:23 PM
I love Piper. I think it's so spunky. I know a little girl named Piper who wears it well and I can imagine an artsy or a corporate type adult named Piper.
Briar feels prickly to me. Like using...
January 22nd, 2015, 05:00 PM
Noelle - I love this name, it might be top of my list actually! so beautiful
Lydia - very pretty
Audrey - lovely name
Joanna - nice
Audra - okay, I prefer Audrey but Audra is okay...
Ivy and Evelyn are my favorites!
Then all your names would begin with vowels! All the names are familiar but not super popular, and the girls names both feel a bit old-fashioned in a good way...
I agree, I think Penelope nn Poppy
or even Phillipa nn Pippa would be a good compromise of your tastes.
I agree with the advice to have him make a sizable list.
Then trade and pick out 5-10 you like (or at least don't hate)
I think it's totally out of line to expect you to keep throwing out hundreds...
January 21st, 2015, 06:23 PM
I don't think Seth is all that hipster. I've known several of different ages.
It's a nice usable name and definitely my favorite of those 4.
January 21st, 2015, 06:21 PM
I like Willa, Pearl, and Ivy the best.
For boys I like Silas and Bram the most.
January 21st, 2015, 06:13 PM
I think Penelope and Genevieve are beautiful together actually! They both have a bit of Anne of Green Gables flare, but aren't over the top at all.
Bridget is pretty, but doesn't hold a candle to...
Juno is a lovely name :)
Fyfe is interesting, though I prefer the spelling Fife (as that's the name of the instrument)
I grew up with a Stacia (she pronounced it more like stay-shuh, rather than stay-see-uh). I'm not sure if it was a nn or not.
With all of the nickname names out there I don't think I'd say this...
DH: Darius Henry
DW: Clara Abigail
-DS/DS: Theodore Jonas & Arthur Joseph
-DD: Susanna Olive
-DD: Penelope Avis
-DS: Jasper Luke
Adeline Beatrice - I like Adele too, but I prefer Adeline, it's just so lovely and classy sounding.
Juliet Beatrice - pretty combo, but very Shakespearean
Anya Beatrice - I like the feel of...
January 20th, 2015, 07:58 PM
I think why Elliot works is that it's 3 syllables and doesn't have a heavy, G, R, or M sound.
others following that same (or similar) principle:
All 3 are lovely, but I'd go with Josephine. I love the nn Josie and you could also use Phina (which has similarities to Freya).
Freya is beautiful, but seems like a different family than...
January 20th, 2015, 07:20 PM
Just based on pure sound quality I like Sarah the best.
It's clean and crisp sounding, but also gentle, like serenade.
Serena is also very pretty and would be my 2nd choice. It's also very ...
Here's a few of my favorite S & B names
Griffin Cyrus sounds great together.
What about Devon Cyrus or Gavin Cyrus? More mainstream but similar feel.
Luca Matteo is very nice, and very Italian sounding. It's a great name.
If you want something Irish what about?
Luca Mathuin (mah-hone)
I like the idea of it as a middle name.
Fiona Mary and Brigid Cassidy is a great set!
I agree that it's a tad bit dated, though not popular enough to feel very 70's/80's. But an older...
I do think it's usable. though very Norse sounding
I've read the Hobbit and seen the movies, but even for me the first thought was...."Thor?"
It goes great with Astrid, very thematic. But I love...
January 8th, 2015, 01:02 PM
To be honest, I usually prefer weird to creative.
I've met a little girl named Happy before and thought that was totally weird, but I prefer that to Matysyn any day of the week. I guess the worst...
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