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Sahar ("dawn")- Love this name... reminds me of the Persian name Bahar. Both have a sort of refreshing feeling to me.
Hayat ("life")- Not a fan of the sound, sorry.
Nadra ("radiance")- It's ok, but...
To me, it looks completely made up... Plus, I can imagine a lot of people will say, "You mean Kimberly?" I also have a hard time picturing a professional, middle aged woman named Emberley...
The truth is that the world is becoming globalized. You may think that Abigail has no other possible pronunciations, but trust me, it does. My name, Tiff@ny, should have no other pronunciations than...
Very cute. It's mature, but also spunky and unique. I think it would age well...
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1. Briony Avalon
2. Alice Novella
3. Leda Rosaline
4. Aurora Zephyrine
5. Belle Seraphina
I'd eliminate names that start with an M, contain a lot of L's, or end with an -ee sound (it just doesn't go to me). Out of those left, Catherine is a clear winner for me. Sorry for any repeats......
Sorry for any repeats...
Sorry for any repeats. My tops would be...
I much prefer Hannah Leigh. Sadie Leigh has the repeating ee sound, which doesn't sound too nice. I'd recommend finding a different middle if you choose to use Sadie.
Kendra's nms, but it's a fine name. I have a really cool friend from college named Kendra (I am American). I don't think it's overly common, but it's also not strange or unheard of.
March 13th, 2014, 10:44 PM
I remember your surname starting with an L, so I'd be more inclined to avoid names with an L near the end. So, I'd take out Julia and Mila. Lena might be a bit too alliterative. Hayden seems more...
For some reason, I really love Beatrice with Evelyn and Mason.
I'm digging Winter Penelope. I think it flows well, and Winter needs something a bit more grounded and classic. I think they strike the perfect balance together.
Without knowing the surname, I think Tessa or Nora would fir best, as both lack an L... I voted for Nora. Although it's popular, it's quite cute.
I completely agree with this. Ophelia and Juliet are, imho, some of Shakespeare's worst female characters. I'd never want to use either name because of the tragic aspect, but also because they were...
I'd agree (and somewhat disagree) with @lawsonhaley. North Americans are very anti-nicknames as first names. I disagree, in that I have no idea where you're from. If you're British, nicknames seem to...
March 13th, 2014, 10:36 AM
I love Juno, Margo, and Hero. Others include Cielo, Shilo, Leto, Sachiko, Keiko, Echo, Io, Aniko, Socorro, Lilo, Yoshiko, Kimiko, Rio, Calypso, Marlo, Alaneo, Valo, Flo, Indigo, Vero, Aiko, Garbo,...
March 13th, 2014, 10:26 AM
Lee is a great surname to work with... Nothing ending with an L or EE sound. Also, no 1 syllable names.
I love Fia as a nn for Felicia.
Charlotte Mary! So vintage and adorable.... The others are simply nms. I think Sloane Mary is a weird mesh of 2 different styles, and Kinlee Mary is repeating the -ee sound. Plus, Kinlee would always...
Cheryl, C@rol, Cher!ce, and Ch@rlyn. Also, Luc@ and Lil@. Oh, and Jordyn, Juli@ana, and J@mes.
March 11th, 2014, 10:59 AM
This is just my opinion, but I grew up with a very feminine surname. My parents chose a very feminine first name for me, also (Tiffany). Together, it was so ultra-feminine that I was constantly told...
I do love Liv, but Liv and Leo are much too similar (start with an L, 3 letters). Also, I'd stay away from 1 syllable names... What about:
Roxana (Roxy and Leo would be adorable)
Rosalie (Leo and...
March 11th, 2014, 10:48 AM
I agree with this. Fewer than a dozen people know my middle name... I never use it, except on forms. I wouldn't worry about the length. I agree with the pps about adding it as a second middle name. I...
I love Casper/ Caspar. The ghost isn't a bad thing to me, plus it's kind of outdated. I'd use it in a heartbeat.
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