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Yesterday, 03:02 PM
First, roll the dice to decide where you live (http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks1/maths/dice/twelve.htm)
Yesterday, 01:20 PM
DW: Isobel Mary Horatia
DH: Edgar Alexander George
Roll the dice (http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks1/maths/dice/twelve.htm) to determine the...
I noticed that you really have two styles going here. You've got classics like Margaret and Benjamin, and names that were more popular around the '70's, like Tina and Tricia. You might want to think...
Do you have a certain kind of sound that you like? Do you like names that are classic, old-fashioned, surnames, andro-girly, words? Knowing your style and the kind of sound that you gravitate towards...
Here are some names similar to the "Lan" part of Lanity, too, in case your writing brain won't let you stray too far from that (often happens to me.)
There aren't too many names that end in "ity", per se, but I've suggested a few, and added other names with a similar rhythm to them, that three-syllable pattern ending in a "y" sound.
Anything ending in -lyn/-lynn, -syn/-son, -tyn/ton, -dyn/-den/-dan, or -lee/-ley/-leigh.
May 13th, 2013, 02:10 PM
Pippa and Rose are perfection together.
I worked in a toystore a few years ago -- trendy area of a Washington DC suburb, so things got interesting. There were absolute passels of Finns, Lilas, Laylas, Lolas and Evelyns. I think my favorite...
Possible Top 10 of the future...
May 13th, 2013, 01:09 AM
Just finished a book called "The New Moon with the Old", which is full of lovely names...
May 13th, 2013, 01:00 AM
I absolutely could not believe that Coraline ranked at 823! Never expected that. I'm thinking maybe less conventional "ends in -line" names are swerving upward, led by Adeline (239), Evangeline (292)...
May 13th, 2013, 12:22 AM
The description for "Sigrid" makes me sad. I love that name personally; it's like a less common Ingrid or Astrid, and I don't quite understand why it's just written off like that. But I guess we're...
May 10th, 2013, 12:07 AM
First, roll the dice to decide where you live (http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/reso...ice/twelve.htm)
Oh, I didn't know that, thanks so much! Wonderful. I will definitely be doing that.
I loathe the way that, if you try to access a list, you have to click through endless pages to see all the names. I'm a writer, and I need a full list of a certain type of name on one page in order...
DD #1 name= Ceridwen Etana
DS #1 name= Orpheus Yves
DD #2 name= Valeska Oak
DS #2 name= Yannick Bronson
DD1: Samantha Zoe
DS1: Joseph Caleb
DD2: Leah Natalie
DS2: David Landon
Esther & Hazel
[QUOTE=wonder_child;1785042]As many outlandish and rare names as I could think of, can't wait to see what you choose with these options!
DH: Dryden Xerxes
DW: Seren Palantina
DW: Ailsa Kathleen
DH: Rohan Graeme
Twin sons: Fergus Rohan and Fraser Finn
Daughter: Isla Annabel
Sawyer Tom ;)
Tristania Guinevere is the daughter of two vague and slightly pretentious English professors who would secretly like her to grow up espousing all of the renaissance ideals of womanhood. Therefore,...
Zoe - Like
Annika - Love
Everly - Lose
I decided to try my hand at a longer BNG. Hope you like it! :)
DH: Peter William
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