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February 17th, 2013, 01:47 AM
I really like Finch and Cordelia together, but I think that Cordelia Finch might work better than Finch Cordelia, just because of the syllables. Two really cool names!
December 15th, 2012, 11:23 PM
Margaret - Meg, Maggie
Matilda - Maude
Frances - Frannie
Charlotte, Caroline - Cal, Callie
Elizabeth - Bet, Liz, Bell, Elsie
Virginia - Ginny
Cordelia - Cora
Eleanor - Ellie, Nora
September 27th, 2012, 07:32 PM
Juniper Maeve! Juniper and Tallulah is the perfect sibset.
August 21st, 2012, 02:06 PM
Also the sweetly vintage Polly.
August 21st, 2012, 02:04 PM
Nola is another pretty nn option!
August 21st, 2012, 02:01 PM
I think Vivienne Evans has a marvelous sound - very crisp and youthful. Generally I prefer the Vivian spelling, but I think the length of Vivienne balances Evans out well (maybe also because Vivienne...
I really love the name Pepper! Although I might be biased, as it is what my grandparents call me (my grandfather called me Chilipepper when I was in the womb, and later it was shortened and stuck)....
August 21st, 2012, 11:09 AM
I'm a real Hamish fan. Love that name, and not really crazy about the others.
August 21st, 2012, 11:07 AM
I think I would have to take a little time to get used to it (I do love clunky-cool, but sometimes you just have to hear it enough in your mind first to get on board). However, picturing a precocious...
August 21st, 2012, 11:01 AM
Another vote for Free! Love that the quirky Ephraim will be used, and this modern word-nn for such an Old World monicker is brilliant.
I'm going for a Wholesome Brit feel for the boys.
Nathaniel Geoffrey (Nat/Niel)
Edmund Alasdair (Ned)
I feel like a quirky, strong classic style today.
Margaret Louisa Adelaide "Mitzi"
Josephine Matilda Hazel "Pepper"
Beatrice Virginia Muriel "Bess"
Theodora Philippa Florence "Thora"
August 18th, 2012, 02:38 PM
June 9th, 2012, 10:45 AM
You sound like you really like Rocco - I would say go for it! Rocco Elliott has a cool ring to it. I really do like the name Frank, as a nn for Franklin or even by itself (or as a nn for Francis? I...
June 9th, 2012, 10:37 AM
I really love Lucinda Violet! Elodie Violet, though beautiful, has always had a sort of "made up" ring to me (although I know it isn't), probably because it sounds so similar to Melody. And with...
June 8th, 2012, 11:34 PM
Hazel Beatrix Grace. Absolutely love this combo. (All your names are excellent!) Alternately, please the husband with Hazel Amelia Grace or Beatrix Amelia Grace. Really, you can't go wrong with your...
I love Margaret! As it had been said in past posts, it is truly timeless, and way under-appreciated. I love how distinctly feminine it is, without being frilly - when I hear Margaret, I think of an...
First of all, great choices for the first two! For the boy, I would choose Artie (but I'd use Arthur as the full name, definitely - so charming), or what about using Hugo as the fn? And what about...
P.S. Although I'm not the hugest fan of John, I do think Johnny is just superb! Also, on second thought, having both Lennon and Jude in the sibset will be a dead giveaway to the Beatles reference,...
Well, obviously John and Lennon can't really be used together. I'd say either Desmond, Maxwell, Lennon OR Desmond (more "cool cat"), Theodore, John (more "posh"). I think the first group works better...
May 5th, 2012, 12:54 AM
The only one of these I'm not a fan of is Hadley (esp. with Hadleigh spelling), as I feel as though this is a trend on the way out. As for the other three, they are all beautiful. Personally, I...
Agree nn Edie would be nice (not Eddy). Loved the suggestion of the old-fashioned Kay. Kenna was the first suggestion that came to mind. However, Kennedy works easily without a nn.
As for the mn,...
I'm Cecily Tallulah George, and I'm 23 years old. My husband, who is 24 years old, is Arthur Frederick Murray.
We met on the plane. He was sitting next to me, and we started talking. We kept...
If you want a familiar sort of sound, Lydia is similar, but much less popular. So do Sylvia and Elva (I actually know a girl with this name!), which can yield the nn Liv.
But if you really want a...
March 13th, 2012, 02:14 AM
From your lists, I thought I'd choose my Top 5 and then give comments on them!
-Evaline: But only spelled Evelyn. The Evaline spelling makes me confused, thinking it could be...
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