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August 1st, 2015, 11:58 AM
Stella Josephine and Leo Alexander are both stylish, sweet choices. I dislike Lydia, and Beau is okay.
I love Raphael. It strikes me as a very elegant, sophisticated, spiritual and also stylish choice. I don't really like Rafa or Rafo, but I like Eli for short. I pronounce it "Rah-fah-el", I am from...
I like Emmeline much better.
I like Maudie Eugenia Duffy a lot! I think it's a sweet, balanced name that goes nicely with her sister's one.
July 31st, 2015, 01:18 PM
Best Name in the US Top 100: Anna
Best Name in the NB Top 100: Florence
Best "Vintage" Name: Frances
Best Unisex Name: Poet
Best Flower Name: Daisy or Plum (if it counts)
I would love to, Adelina, but actually he wasn't behaving well when his mom called him, so I decided it wouldn't be the best idea. ;) But still, awesome name, not the usual Daniel or Alexander.
July 31st, 2015, 10:51 AM
Thanks! I like your Rufus Wilder!
I love this thread. Can it just keep going?
A boy. I've never met anybody with that name before.
I met a Seraphim at the zoo, and I knew I had to share it with berries! Such a rare name.
I'd opt for the classic Alice, it's less trendy than Scarlett, thus it seems fresher. And Alice, Heidi and Leon make a fantastic sibset.
I adore Magdalena, it's one of these names I'd consider for my own daughter. I prefer Maggie/Meg or Magda to Lena, but it's still a gorgeous choice. I think Magdalena and Seraphina make smashing...
I think both are usable, especially as middle names. I'd think his parents were either quite religious or Jewish if I learned a guy named Eliab/Eliam - it's definitely not a bad thing, just my...
July 27th, 2015, 02:58 AM
Thought of some more:
July 27th, 2015, 02:46 AM
If you love India, what about Indiana or Indira? They are more exotic, but quite similar.
I like your naming style a lot, and I think you can't go wrong with these names, they all seem to go with Konrad very well. I like Otto (and Otis) a lot, it's an offbeat but solid, dashing choice. I...
I'd recommend not repeating the initial, as it may cause confusion in documents. Plus I just like Nathaniel better than Asher, it sounds less trendy and more solid to me. You can't go wrong with...
In my accent, Bell is 1 syllable, and Rose sounds like 1,5 , so I vote for Rose to go with James. If we keep the flow and sound aside, I still like Rose better because it sounds more offbeat and...
Funny enough, most Walters I know don't like to be called Walter, and your situation is vice-versa. :)
Without getting too obscure, what about using a Wal- first name and T middle name? For...
July 3rd, 2015, 12:30 PM
Thank you so much, Ashley! I used to think Nathaniel is "too French" for me, but it's grown on me very soon, and has been my favorite for a few years. I love how it is so dashing and elegant but not...
Thank you all so much! I made some changes to my list with the help of your comments. Some names, like Poet and Hattie, are staying on my list due to personal meaning, but now I can cut off some of...
Of course, nobody makes you dop so, but, to my mind, honoring your heritage is a very nice, "polite" thing to do, especially if you much respect or interest for that culture. If your name choices are...
Hello Gwen, very glad to see you back on boards! I've been wondering how you are the other day, nice to see you're fine.
I'll have to repeat what others have said about "Names that make you go WOW"...
I think it's time for mods to close it, isn't it? We don't need such a heated argument on our forums.
To answer your question: I don't think it's right to tell other people how many children they...
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