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I can't take this name seriously, to be honest. I don't mean to be rude, and it's not horrible, but as liviajoan said, Quinnabella is overkill, and Quinnabelle is one of those "obvious smush" names.
Today, 01:42 AM
Magnolia - bright violet and soft pink, fun and bold
Lillian - muted pink, loving, traditional
Primrose - pastel purple, quirky
Cordelia - peachy/rose colored, lady-like
Today, 01:38 AM
Sorry if someone else already said this.
My thoughts: Lynn + Sandra = Lysandra.
Also, Serafina is gorgeous.
I think its intriguing. It has a lovely sound, but a heavy meaning. I would only use it if you are very religious, or as a middle name.
There were 1,847 girls named Penelope in 2011, and I'm sure their parents would have something to say about this. This argument (a word in Spanish, when we are mostly in English speaking countries...
I think Imogen Cordelia anything would be stunning, but particularly with another name that has a d or o in it.
Imogen Cordelia Dawn
Imogen Cordelia Dove
Imogen Cordelia Oriane
I haven't gotten to read all the replies so far, but I have to say when I read your post, especially her spirit elements, the first name I thought of was Runa. I always think of deep blues and...
Think: Love it, very dashing and unique. I wonder if his nickname is Andy.
Meet my daughters Cambina (Cammy), and Vitalia (Tali).
May 21st, 2013, 04:49 PM
I totally agree - it's very beautiful and rich. I don't think many people will get it, because most people don't care about name meanings or history. It's not Emma, so people will either love it or...
May 21st, 2013, 04:28 PM
I didn't have one, but I think it would be so cute to call it Bunny, a la "bun in the oven." I've heard people call them Small Fry and Peanut as well.
May 21st, 2013, 04:14 PM
Aidy is an average-all-around kind of girl who excels in very strange things, like dinosaur computers and counting freckles. She is long and skinny with deep brown hair in a braid and converse...
Think: Hilary seems a bit out of place - its more timeless. I can't say I like the others.
Meet my daughters Sapphira, whose nn is Saphra, and Tellura, whose nn is Tellu.
All I can think of is Isabella Swan and Renesmee. Sorry, but I see Twilight in Isabella Renee Snow. My vote goes to Rowan, because Rowan Snow seems like some famous author's name, very literary chic.
You have a stunning list. I'm quite fond of Isabeau, and the only ones I dislike are Naomi and Amelia, as I just don't like the sound of them. Nerissa, Artemis, Sabrina and Zenobia are just great....
May 7th, 2013, 01:54 AM
Rosemarie Celeste. It goes best with the last name. Very pretty, too.
Think: I love Belle and Seren, but Annabel is one of my least favorite -bel names. Personally I would use Belle alone.
Meet my daughters Jenivra and Valeriana.
May 5th, 2013, 12:08 AM
I love it, as well as the more frilly version Hyacintha. Cindy, Cynthie, Yaya, and even Indy seem like acceptable nicknames. Personally, I don't think Hattie works since the t is pronounced...
I like Sebastian, Lorelei and Felicity
May 4th, 2013, 07:42 AM
Tabitha!! And Willow or India as a younger sister.
Have you looked through your family trees for inspiration?
I also like Farrah and Audrina.
May 3rd, 2013, 05:51 PM
I would say ner-ay-uh/nair-ay-uh
I like Callie and Caro too, but Rory definitely works.
May 3rd, 2013, 05:39 PM
I think Artemis nn Mimi is ridiculously amazing. I also LOVE it with Irwin.
Think: It's I good thing you told me not to call him Luke (Luc) because after a while I probably would have, since I prefer Luke over Lucas.
Meet my daughter Tristania, who tells...
May 3rd, 2013, 09:22 AM
Isla Celeste is a mellow, intuitive girl with light hair and eyes. She loves girly things and playing with friends.
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