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Ive recently fallen smitten with Winston, nn Win. But it struck me today how similar it sounds to the popular and feminine Winnie.
Do you think Win is too close/is too feminine sounding?
Posting for a friend;
Welcome to the word little Brody Benjamin! The precious little bundle of joy arrived on Saturday and is surrounded by his loving family. Congrats to the Mom and Dad on such a...
March 29th, 2014, 07:15 PM
Congratulations! Such great sibling names to add too!
For girls I like:
Charlotte (esp wih nickname Letty)
March 12th, 2014, 01:32 PM
Ada-Rose Maris & Mabel Elaine
As is tradition with the British Royal family, the children receive 3-4 names.
Roll a die to see how many children you will have. Roll again for each child; odd is for a boy, even is for a girl. ...
Which spelling do you prefer? Marion or Marian?
Anyone have any ideas? All suggestions will be welcome! Just want a cute nickname for Megan
I recently fell in love with two new first names, Cecily and Adelaide! However, I am at lost for any middle names that work with them! Any suggestions please?
What're your thoughts in hyphenated names? I read somewhere that they are common for girls in France, and I'm curious as to what others think. For example names like
Looking for help namin our newest addition to the fam- our new doggie. He's on the smaller side, super soft and a sandy-white color. I know there is a forum for dog names, but we love short (roughly...
Here are the names my mom likes:
So he's not actually our baby, since he's three, but were adopting him and he comes home on Monday!
So were having trouble with the names. We already have a big dog who we call Bridget or Bridge,...
Having my name as a nickname for a linger one, Casey for Catherine, I really like having a long formal name. In certain situations its been great. I think you could do Ani on its own, but I think...
My grandfather's mother was Elsie! I agree with you, its a hard name on its own because it sounds so nickname-y. Honestly, anything EL- can make a good long name for Elsie, but some are better than...
The thing with all the An- names is that people either pronoune it Ahn or An (as in can). I've know Annas that pronounce it both ways. This can give you a lot more versatility than you might have...
I dont know about in the UK, but in the US I definitely think that Anthony with a TH is more prevalent. The only time I would think to to use a hard T is if someone told me specifically. The only...
January 7th, 2014, 01:50 PM
October Baby Boy:
November Baby Girls:
Twin girls named:
Araya Mae (pronounced Ah-Ray-a)
January 7th, 2014, 12:55 PM
In regards to Albie, have you thought of Alba? Its the name of a girl in The Time Travelers Wife and I think its a little mit more feminine and modern than Albie
Anyone have any names that they just LOVE but you cant stand the common nickname? I feel like I come across names like that all the time, which annoys me because unfortunately you cant control what...
Rafael makes me think of your children being Italian (which isnt a bad thing!). I just keep imagining the the two painters and Juliet from R&J. Just something to think about!
Cosmo is ok, I dont...
Your style reminds me of something that I would find in a fantasy novel! I love it- Im not quite brave enough for these names myself, but I really do fancy them.
Nicholas seems a little...
Percy Julian for some reason really resonates well with me.
I also think Percy is a name that works really well with two middles. I dont know if thats your style at all, but a lot of the...
January 2nd, 2014, 03:28 PM
I like the last one best
January 2nd, 2014, 02:55 AM
To me, Jock names are very macho sounding names, so here are the ones that come to mind:
Miles/Myles is my new name crush, but I cant decide which spelling of the name I prefer. Which do you like better, Myles or Miles?
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