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June 15th, 2015, 05:39 PM
My current favorite rare girl names with some spunk (none of which have been discovered nor made up by me):
Alexandria Carys Theodora
The first "B" names that came to my mind with Aurelia were
Bellatrix & Bellamy.
April 1st, 2015, 09:00 PM
Sonia Heloise & Jagger Silas.
Theodora Velvet & Merrick Roux.
April 1st, 2015, 08:39 PM
Alina. It is such a pretty, feminine name & one that I associate with several amazing top Ballerinas!
I always been very fond of the name Leif and love it for a boy!!
Just a suggestion, but what about names that can be spelled with an A (Alaina vs. Elena) instead of an E?
I love the use of alliteration in some names. I just thought of E.E. Cummings, haha-looks...
September 19th, 2014, 07:31 PM
Marcy & Bryan.
Brynne/Bryn & Reuben/Ruben?
My first inclination was to pronounce it "Mah-rit"; however, this may be because of my love for the name Marin!
I think Maret might be a more clear variation if you are looking to pronounce Marit as...
I know a young Juno Gracen, and I think her name is lovely!
I adore the name Juno, and really like Juno Penelope & Juno Imogen from your list.
I also think Juno Marin is awesome!
October 8th, 2013, 09:32 AM
July 8th, 2013, 05:16 AM
My favorites from your list are Lux, Lillith, and Eliora. Would you be pronouncing Eliora as 'Eel-ee-or-uh' or 'Ell-ee-or-uh'?
With regards to Violaine, I love the nn idea of Lainey; however, when...
July 6th, 2013, 09:43 AM
I like the name Johanna with your boys names--I love Hannah, but wasn't Hannah the mother of Samuel in the Bible? Might take issue...? Just a thought!
I think Marie (or Maria!) is great, but I also...
I really like this name! Maylia does seem like a good choice for pronunciation purposes. I also like Maelia...perhaps even better than Maylia. What about Maelya? Maeliya? Honestly, I don't think...
With Travis & Jett, here are some names you might like:
-Colt / Colton
-Beau / Bo
-Blaine / Blane
In all honesty, upon seeing the title of your post I immediately thought of the character Meadow Soprano...I think the association may fizzle out as she gets older, however.
I quite like Imogen Amity or Imogen Sierra.
Amity = a nice, amiable girl. Sweet and sincere.
Sierra = a determined, ambitious girl. A mixture of both sugar & spice.
June 19th, 2013, 03:32 AM
I honestly think Bram would be great, particularly with his siblings!
I really like the pp's suggestion of the name Blaise. Although I prefer the spelling Blaise, perhaps Blayse might work better for you in this case? I also think Basil would be a great full name for...
June 18th, 2013, 10:51 PM
A girl's name I had never heard before I met a lovely pre-teen recently with it:
I love it, I just think it's so pretty and unique. Also, as far as I know (am acquainted fairly well now),...
June 18th, 2013, 10:35 PM
I also like the suggestion of Farrah AND keeping the B-C-E-F theme, very cute! If you wanted to keep that 'theme' going...
I like Aubrey Elise or Aubrey Jean best, especially with your other children's names. I think Aubrey fits in very well!
Avery still seems very unisex to me, and honestly, I like it better on...
June 18th, 2013, 09:56 PM
Lots of babies/children I have cared for have had beautiful names and their parents did not seem to follow any particular naming "rules" as far as I could tell.
I did nanny two toddler brothers...
June 18th, 2013, 02:06 PM
Some other names I thought you might like...:
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