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Marlia - Marcia
Nicolette – Colette
Tahnee - Tawny
Naomi - Neoma
Anya - Anastasia
Colby - Cole
Sam - Samson
Elijah - Ellias
Milo - Miles
I really like Phoebe. I would use it even if it were popular nearby.
How does one get Kit from Clementine? I like the nickname, but can't see the connection. And, even though it's commonly used...
I'm a big fan of Alexander. Alexander Nicholas is stunning.
Elliot Alexander or Elliot Nicholas sound good too.
My third favourite would be Wyatt Nicholas or Wyatt Alexander sounds good too.
Yesterday, 10:29 PM
My favourite is Nathan James -so handsome & I prefer a 2 syllable (or more) name with the one syllable James.
I like the meaning of Dylan, and it sounds good with James too.
My 3rd favourite is...
So I guess Bruce, Wayne and Logan are out? How about Anthony (Ironman)?
I think those 4 would all go well with Parker.
How about Stanley (for Stan Lee)
or Kent? Parker & Kent... I like that!
When I think of the name Marjorie, it reminds me of marjoram, the herb. Marjorie was my grandmother's name, and she cooked a lot and was always feeding people, maybe that reinforces the association...
I agree with pp about Charlotte. Charlotte Josephine goes nicely with your subset, has good flow and is cute too! Charlotte is quite a popular name though, does that bother you at all? Hazel...
I agree with East. Using a form of Elizabeth -especially Eliza, as you mentioned, would honour your friend and not be as obvious a link to you for your friends and family. My favourite form of...
More obscure nature names instead of Violet:
Jonquil (French for daffodil)
Capucine (French for Nasturtium)
Violette (the French spelling of Violet -a friend just named her baby...
May 20th, 2013, 10:55 PM
You have a lot of great choices on your list! Since baby's last name has 2 syllables, a fn with 3 or more syllables coupled with a mn with 1 syllable would give optimal flow imo. For example:
Me too... just fyi, when used in reference to a person, "douce" usually means gentle, when spelled with a C. If this was what they meant it would have been a nice sentiment back in the day. :) If its...
Isadora Susanna Joy & Oliver Darrek Xavier
I agree with Sarab. Dorothy seems to match Harold very well, and Hal and Dot are cute together. Do you like Dot as a nn?
I voted for Violet Joy too. I like the flow of a 3 syllable fn with a 1 syllable mn. Joy is such a great name and I like it with Violet. I like the flow of Violet May too, but that's too much of a...
May 17th, 2013, 10:59 PM
Congratulations! Emmett Nicholas is a great name! You'll need to change your signature now. :)
May 17th, 2013, 10:43 PM
May 17th, 2013, 10:31 PM
I think Ian and Erin are a bit too match too. I like all three of your other options better than Erin. In order of preference, I would choose:
1. Ian and Caroline
2. Ian and Alice
3. Ian and...
May 16th, 2013, 06:15 PM
Archer Hartley Tremblay
Julius Ezra Tremblay
Marlene Trixie Tremblay
Danielle Madeline Tremblay
Hart, Ez, Trix & Della
Actually, I think both names go nicely with your sibset, but I like Theodore James best. I think it's a handsome, strong and distinguished sounding.
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