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It is not the child nor the name, it is the teachers and administrators. Adults are the problem.
If a teacher is telling straight A Arabella that she should go into fashion design...
I think Delilah is gorgeous. The Bible character used to bother me but now I don't care.
Delilah Lark is a bit L heavy
I always picture Delilah as having long, very dark hair and medium to...
It's been one of my favorites for as long as I can remember
All of those arguments can be made for any boy name. And for all these boy names people are giving their daughters. Those are also the...
May 20th, 2013, 08:49 PM
I think they're wonderful but Nameberry tends to be against "girly" boy names.
I've never cared for the harshness of Harper on a girl but love it for a boy. Aubrey is 100% boy. The combos work well
May 20th, 2013, 01:00 PM
Bellamy Beauregard "Bell"
Scarlett Demeter "Demi"
Edward Demetrius "Ward"
Lenore Eden "Noor"
Jasper Cameron "Jac"
Lila Katherine & Isadora Caroline "Zora"
Hayden Henry & Stella Catherine
DD: Rigby Estella Paige
DD: Cedar Merritt Paige
DS: Casimir Reuben Paige
DS/DS/DD/DD: Thatcher Ezra Paige & River Remy Paige & Bryn Adalia Paige &...
As a Southerner, I'm fine with family names. I went to school with a boy Evans.
If you have an Evans I think you'll need to give up Everett. They're quite close
Xavier Vincent Oliver & Maya Bianca Elise
Reed Lorenzo Ruben
Yasmine Tera Loiuse & Serena Veronica Lauryn
Channing Gabriel Philippe
London Felix Ronan
Kendall Bailey Dean
John Ian Blake & Emma Violet
Remy James Roman
Robin Spencer Miles & Aurora Ariadne
May 18th, 2013, 02:25 PM
"Boys go to Jupiter to get more stupider". Don't the kids still sing this little song? If so, then I'd avoid
I love Juniper for boys (never liked it on girls)
It's on my list, girl or boy so I find it totally usable.
I also love Winsome, Ever, Blithe, Solace, and Esprit for both genders
Zipporah is a gorgeous name. I prefer the nn Zorah
River leans masculine but I like it on both genders. It is more common for boys in the US
May 17th, 2013, 07:58 AM
Although I totally dislike Olive, it flows well with Ellen. Vera also pairs well
May 16th, 2013, 03:37 PM
Is Mackai your own spelling? I first read it as Mackal, like jackal with an M
I like both but wouldn't put Lennox and Makai together. They're mismatched. Lennox feels dashing and classy while...
Pay-gan is not an appealing sound.
I know a few people with the surname Pagan "pah-GAWN"
Pallas Mattias & Tallulah Camille
G: Adair Mars
B: Shea Eden
B: Aubrey Abbott
G: Belle Sol Phoenix
BG: Zephyr Jade/ Noor Elise
B: Beau Greer
G: Hollis Romilly
I love Cleo/Clio. It could work as a nn for Calliope, far more intriguing and imaginative than Callie
It feels pretty masculine so I don't really see it on a girl. Mars is a gp but I never thought of it as a nn for Marlowe (I may add it to my list now!)
It's so uncommon that I doubt there would be...
Names that feel prim and ballerina to me
It doesn't make sense at all to me. Why not Ivan? Or Sed? Normally it's Ced, short for Cedric but Sullivan EDward could be Sed
ETA: If they want Saul only as a nn, then they should go with Solomon
That's awesome! Seraphim is a guilty pleasure of mine- boy or girl- but I never considered it as a fn.
My boy combo is Blaise Seraphim but Seraphim Blaise sounds great too
Thank you! Most of my faves never make the top 1000. It's nice to see that I'm not alone in loving them
Shea: 127 (and 170 girls, boooo!)
Ashley: 16 (4678 girls, gag! And there were also 35...
Lola is just a nn to me. Delilah is lovely and I especially love Lila as a nn or full name. Although, is Violet called Vi? If so Lila may not work. She could go by Della or Dell
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