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Tad is the way to go, I think. I can also see Taj (ThAddeus James).
Sylvia nn Sylvie, Josephine nn Josie, and Matilda nn Tillie make a charming sibset. All three names are what I think of as very formal, mature, ancient, and almost regal names, but the "ie"...
Kaleb has a "homespun with a twist" vibe to me. Girls names that evoke that idea to my ear:
October 13th, 2015, 10:11 AM
Unless you go way out to the fringes of name popularity, there will always be someone with the same name combo.
I too prefer Maeve. How about having Maeve as her given name, but using Maeva as a pet name?
Quinne and Cole feel clean and crisp to me. They also feel vaguely Celtic. Like the pp I find myself gravitating, mostly, to more one syllable names.
Girl: Kay, Greer, Raine,...
October 9th, 2015, 04:03 PM
I think of Miles and Theo as being a little bit serious/nerdy (in a good way) and a little bit jazzy.
I love the previous suggestions of Louisa, Florence/Flora, Justine, Sylvie (though I'd...
October 9th, 2015, 11:54 AM
Without knowing your last name it's hard to guess what the teasing potential of Soren is. What about Corin, Corvin, Corbin, or Corvus? Some similar sounds there.
Sounds like you like what I think...
October 8th, 2015, 02:36 PM
I don't assume a birthdate that is associated with any seasonal name. I like both Noelle and Junia.
That said, I'm going to throw my two cents in, with the acknowledgement that anything I say my...
Love your children's names!
With Penelope Layla, you've combined a classic name for the first with Layla, a name I think of as being lush and exotic. Alice is stylistic match for Penelope.
September 23rd, 2015, 08:36 PM
I agree--don't force the 'y'.
For a brother, I'd stick to a slightly unexpected, surname name plus a traditional middle:
For a girl, I'd go for something simple,...
Is there a way to search Nameberry lists (as opposed to user lists) for a particular name? Or, coming at it from a slightly different approach, is there a way to limit the keyword search results of a...
Don't know if that uploaded image will be helpful....too small.
Try looking at this: http://i.imgur.com/QjL3y4S.png?1
I just got sent to the malware page. I'm using Chrome. It happened as I tried to access the home page. Here's the screenshot.
I'm a mom to a 17-year old, and over the years he's been quite involved in various activities, and I've attended recitals, been a den leader, helped run a fencing club, and I don't know what else. ...
Chase is my favorite, with Charlie a distant second.
July 13th, 2015, 04:15 PM
I like you naming style! "....that hit of easy coolness...." To me, your boys names lie in that sweet spot between "old man names" and "cool". Ferris and Calvin are cool without trying to be!
July 13th, 2015, 01:03 AM
From this list, I like Ferris best with Calvin.
What about Gordon, Linus, Leo, Jasper, Arthur, or Tobias?
You are not alone... Stephen was on my shortlist, and I also loathe Steven.
I do think that there are two issues, already mentioned, that one would have to be considered. The ubiquity of Steve has...
February 22nd, 2015, 02:42 PM
I think that all of the names except Fiona fit this sibset stylistically...Fiona is too 'mainstream' for the set of boys' names you have.
Although I personally like Malin best, I'm afraid that...
July 22nd, 2014, 11:40 PM
Alexander and Theodore are of Greek origin, so I would go with Sebastian or Nicholas, rather than the others on your list.
As the mother of a teen Peter Francis, I send you congratulations on the birth of your baby boy and on your wonderful name choice!
November 15th, 2013, 03:13 PM
Fun! My letters are:
Oh my goodness, I never realized how few letters populated my name. Good luck with this!
Another vote for Gemma. I think Zoe and Gemma are a nicely matched pair. I also like Phoebe, but the echoing 'ee' endings makes it a second choice for me.
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