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I think Marjorie is an awesome name. It's kind of a hipstery choice I guess...I think of it like Maude or Faye.
Marjoram in the middle would be kind of cool. Why not, people use Saffron & Sage! ...
Today, 08:50 AM
Anna-Beatrice works best. Anna works great in double names like this. I would go for one simple name like Anna, John, ect paired with a more unusual name.
I love Sabrina. It feels kind of sparkly and light. I think it sounds good paired with something more solid & stout & a little hipstery:
Amethyst Cornelia Eve is my favorite from your list. Cornelia makes new agey Amethyst sound a little bit early America & Eve is such a clean & simple 3rd name. I personally wouldn't do a 2nd middle...
Rhetoric? Haha. Sorry, but Rhett is such a short name I think if you want something lighter you should wait until you meet him & choose a nickname that's more based on personality & appearance...
Yesterday, 09:56 PM
Magnolia- a daring name with a lot of plainer nickname options like Maggie or Molly. It feels southern. Can skew perky & cute or darker & sensual
Lillian- Pretty, a little dusty,...
I am totally 100% for it. I think that a woman should have the right to decide whether or not she wants 1 kid, no kids, 5 kids, whatever. Personally, it would never be a decision I would have to...
I say Lie-lack and am in NYC area. I think it's such a great name and even though it sounds similar to Lila it is so distinct. Maybe Lola? I wouldn't even shorten it as it's so nice. You could...
Samara for sure!
May 21st, 2013, 09:19 PM
I say Thee-uh
Thalia is a tough one. I follow the lead of the family member introducing me. I have heard Tahl-ya rhymes with Dahlia most often.
I had a pet chicken named Pepper when I was little...it does have a pet name/animal name vibe like something like Cricket or Honey...I do love names like that, but wouldn't saddle a person with one. ...
It totally works, but I understand your hesitation. It isn't the most literal choice, which I think would be Fifi. I think Effie makes more sense on a little girl today...same vibe as Hattie or...
I like it! I say it like Jill-ee-en (Jillian) pronunciation. I think I like Louisa best in the middle, Katrina actually sounds a bit better but I think of the hurricane, Fiona sounds very nice but...
Beatrice & Faye are my absolute favorites. I love Vera as well. Maybe Persephone would work in the middle for you? Especially with the simplicity of Faye I think Persephone works! I wouldn't...
Bayard is the name of the street my family lived on! I never thought of it in a name-context, but Bay is very sweet.
Lollia makes me think of the fragrance/bath & body products. I see them...
I really love Alma...
May 21st, 2013, 08:35 PM
I say Cora Lee. It's lovely!
I would totally notice! But I would smile upon hearing it for sure. I was a big fan of the reruns of that show when I was little and would do the nose-wiggle.
For sure pair it with something very classic or very right now.
I would say...it's not dated or classic. Sarah is a little more classic. Maybe this is more like Rachel? It has that 80's , 90's vibe, but it is also an charmingly vintage name with a lot of great...
I love Veda Simone...that spelling. The meaning is very nice.
May 20th, 2013, 11:29 PM
A good friend of mine named her daughter Olive, but mostly calls her by an unrelated nickname. I think her family made her regret the name choice by criticizing it so much! She considered legally...
May 20th, 2013, 11:26 PM
Peggy- Is this from Margaret? Would you consider Margaret or Margot as an option to honor Peggy?
Lynn- Coraline might work Lynn into the name?
Sue- Susanna & Susan are both nice. Sue is a cute...
I really love Margot Beatrice! Margot Elizabeth is very nice as well. I think you did a great job naming though, I really do! I don't think it feels try-hard at all. I think it's 2 older names,...
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