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On my mom's side, there's Zoé (pronounced more like Zoh-AY, she was French) and Marie (went by Manon, French/Jewish). On my dad's side, there's Anastasia (Ah-nah-stah-SEE-yah, Russian). I don't know...
September 19th, 2014, 07:25 PM
September 19th, 2014, 06:58 PM
As far as I know, Madelief is a name (#126 in Netherlands) and the plant is called "madeliefje". You can listen to the Dutch pronunciation here. I think it's a lovely alternative to Madison and...
September 19th, 2014, 06:39 PM
I love both Cosima and Cecelia with Penelope; Cosima feels quirky/creative while Cecelia gives more of cozy vintage vibe. I voted for Cosima as a like it more than Cecelia in general. Allegra is...
September 19th, 2014, 04:12 PM
Not sure what exactly you're looking for, but Hildegarde fits into a category of names which I tend to call 'hardcore geek chic names', lol. They are mostly Germanic, very clunky, but certain...
September 19th, 2014, 03:01 PM
Phoebus is the most unusual.
James is the most traditional.
Sebastian is the most urbane/sophisticated.
River is the most rustic/outdoorsy.
Axel sounds the most modern (although of course it's...
Cosima or Clea: Cosima, although I like Clea, too. With brother Harlan, it would still be Cosima, as both names give me a lovely creative/artistic vibe.
Edie or Eulalie: Eulalie, by a mile. I...
I really like the suggestions of Nicholas and Theodore, too.
Adelina Sophia: Very sleek and gentle, made me think of lullabies for some reason. 7/10.
Magdalena Élisabeth: Not fond of either name, but it's intriguing. 5/10.
Isla Aveline: Too much repeating...
September 8th, 2014, 09:25 PM
I like Genevieve Elise, so refined.
September 8th, 2014, 09:23 PM
Emmeline Briar sounds magical and that's what I'm in the mood for. I like Elowen Frances and Eliza Juno, too (although I agree with @sigma, Eliza June would work better flow-wise).
September 8th, 2014, 09:14 PM
Ombeline is the most unusual.
Charlotte is the most traditional.
Maxime is the most masculine.
Belphoebe is the most feminine.
Jezebel is the most daring.
Matilda is the most fun.
September 8th, 2014, 09:08 PM
Audrey or Amelie?
Harper or Harlow?
Emmeline or Clementine?
Eve or Ivy?
Sophie or Lucy?
Benjamin or Thomas?
Raphael or Rufus?
Alexander or Alistair?
Sebastian or Oliver?
Carlos - Charlie
Royce - Ray
Andrew - Anders
Colin - Nico
Don - Donovan
Aviva - Vivian
Irina - Serena
Evangeline - Evie
Quilla - Willa
I too adore the "een" names! Aibileen is lovely, I never really considered it before, but I think I'm starting to like it now. The Help character is a nice reference. I prefer the Abeline spelling.
August 26th, 2014, 04:37 PM
I think of Macaulay Culkin, Home Alone and Party Monster. Despite Culkin's troubled life, it's not a negative association to me. I suppose many people would ask you if you named your baby after the...
@micke156, thank you! I love the nickname Bash for Sebastian.
@opheliaflora, on that post where you rated @shvibziks's signature; Fyodor is the Russian variation of Theodore, so I suppose this is...
Lilith: Lilith is my favorite "lil" name; I find it gorgeous and enigmatic. 8/10.
Vesper: I've recently added Vesper to my list, its meaning is beautiful. 9/10.
Francesca: A little bit too frilly...
August 25th, 2014, 03:25 PM
Maybe because it's traditionally a boy name? Many people seem to be against gender-bending names.
Scarlett and Delaney are my favorites. I voted for Delaney because I like that it continues the surname name theme (Emerson and Delaney) and sounds better with your last name.
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