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I agree with Nono. I love, love this name and I would also go for Baz of Bas.
I love the name especially with the nn Mia. Unfortunately it’s not a feasible name in the Netherlands. Otherwise I would use it in a heartbeat.
I don’t consider is to be tacky, but it’s not really my thing either. I’d rather choose names that different but the same type. Like Hermione, Rosalind and Balthazar.
July 28th, 2014, 02:36 PM
Valentine (for a girl)
Aline (my nieces name)
July 28th, 2014, 09:02 AM
Best Name in the US Top 100: Charlotte
Best "Vintage" Name: Penelope
Best Unisex Name: Storm
Best Flower Name: Madelief
Best Name Outside the US Top 1000: Hermione
Best Name From a Book:...
Hermione Mathilda Snow
Rosamund Artemis Margot
I love Bonnie Victoria and like the sound of it. I would use it in a heartbeat. Btw... GwtW never even entered my mind until you mentioned it.
July 22nd, 2014, 12:52 PM
I love Winter. I have a thing for the combo Winter Victoria and I would absolutely use it. Also since I love names with two middles this combo somehow completes almost every name for me... like...
I love Winter Jean and Foster Jude.
Have you thought about naming these children after favorite characters or have another way of linking the names of your babbies to your favorite books?
July 4th, 2014, 03:00 PM
I love Delphine. It sounds feminine and elegant. Of the boys names Fielding is my favorite even though my first thought went to Jupiter. It’s such a big name to live up to.
A few more names that...
June 18th, 2014, 01:40 PM
I absolutely love Margot. Camille isn’t really my thing.
Archer and Margot... Sounds great!
June 9th, 2014, 11:29 AM
Hermione Mathilda Snow (nn Mia)
Penelope Winter Victoria (nn Poppy)
Margot Eva Lorien
Sibylla Poet Wilhelmina (nn Billy)
Madelief Tove Severine (nn Madde or Lieve)
Rosamund Lily Isolde (nn Rose...
June 8th, 2014, 02:55 PM
I’m Dutch living in the Netherlands:
I would use:
Madelief (Dutch for Daisy)
As far as I know the name is pronounced correctly in the film.
"Sindarin has six vowels, a, e, i, o, u and y, the last of which corresponds to German ü or French u as in Lune (pronounce ee as in...
Siblings named Dylan and Bruce. Guess which one is the boy and which one is the girl...
My nieces name is Aline. I’m not sure which is my favorite. I think I might even prefer the Dutch version of Eline. Erin is right though. It does fit with your boys names.
I recently encountered someone with 4 middle names. So no, this is not too long, at least not for me… If you want to make it seem less long, change the middle names. Now you have three pretty hefty...
May 18th, 2014, 01:27 PM
I love Sophia (even though I prefer Sophie), Emma and Vivian, not too keen on Simone though. I love Lea(h), Lena not so much. And you are right. They are really popular. Especially Sophia and Emma....
I don't know anyone with that name, but I do like it. It doesn't really remind me of the book, it does remind me of the song Lolita by Alizee. It's a song I like a lot about a student named Lolita....
I don’t know. I like both, but often times wether I really like a name depends on the pronunciation. For instance.. I like a lot of British names, but the pronunciation where I live would be dreadful...
@noetje: Thanks for the suggestions however none of them do it for me, sorry! I really don't like double A endings next to each other. Also please do not change the spellings.[/QUOTE]
Amelia Lisette Paloma Beatrice
Amelia Louise Wilhelmina Estelle
Amelia Harriet Diana Imogen
Amelia Dorothy Cassia Giselle
Hermione Winter Victoria nn Mia.
As far as I’m concerned every name is infinitely better if followed by Winter Victoria.. ;-)
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