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August 5th, 2014, 12:05 AM
I actually think Aurelia would be a great first name -- sweet, professional, uncommon, obviously feminine, nice nickname options.
In one of your responses you said you like Thalia as well, and...
Eh, it's all right. It has a nice flow, it looks pretty, has lots of nickname potential -- but despite being uncommon by itself, it sounds trendy.
I can see it working really well on a character...
I don't think they're too close, and I personally LOVE Dashiell.
As someone who has been inundated with Twilight by default of my age and gender, I'd roll my eyes at that sibset because I'd assume it was chosen FOR the books/movies.
Obviously my assumption...
Genre of Story: Sci-Fi, Steampunk
Time Period/Location: Unspecified; far enough into the future where the world as it is today has mostly been forgotten, but basic locations and attitudes of major...
For a character, but also an interesting discussion, and this is my only qualification.
I need a name that is as universally unisex as possible. Preferably not too trendy, but unisex is in right...
I used to think I'd just take my husband's last name. Now? Meh. I think I'll just keep mine and not take his at all. I don't consider my name intrinsically linked to my identity, but I also don't...
April 24th, 2014, 08:11 PM
Thanks for all the great suggestions! Keep 'em coming!
So far I like:
Artemis (though it's pretty overused in fiction nowadays)
Well whadaya know, it's still here.
She's tentatively named Athena. Thanks for the suggestions, everyone. :)
April 24th, 2014, 05:34 PM
I'm looking to build a list (mostly for character purposes, but as I have no specifics I put this here instead of the author's forum) of tough girl names that are still 100% GIRL. So far I have,
I like Eden. It has more romance to it and I prefer its vowel sounds over those in Sadie.
Ransom! That was it! But I like Rogue too, might have to add that one to my mini-list. :)
@jessblonde, I'm completely obsessed. Going to see the musical again in a couple months. :D
I had it yesterday. It was a word name that started with an R, and I'd paired it with Rebel and Royal (not for any particular reason, just musing) and for the life of me I can't remember what it was....
1: ‘NAMING X’ Form
Time Period/Location: 1980 - Present, more of a time frame than set period. Set in a California-esque suburb -- lots of sunny weather, that almost-creepy stereotype of cookie...
Thanks! I really like Victoria, Aubry, Blake, Cole, Trace, Damon, Cory, and Dominic. This is exactly the style I'm looking for!
So far I like Neal, Hugh, and Rebecca; I'm also putting Caroline on the shortlist.
For this story in particular, I'm more into vintage/dark/ugly names. Obviously these are very subjective, but I'm...
@aj_bear, the setting is modern America. I never really go into the exact time frame. Technologically, things are advanced about as far as the late eighties / early nineties. An exact year hasn't yet...
Unfortunately, I don't have particular descriptions at the moment. I'm looking for ideas, general names I can stick on semi-faceless bullies.
Group One: Preppy, stuck-up, jock types. Have been...
September 15th, 2013, 01:02 PM
You can get away with the girl sharing a room with the boys until she hits puberty, which you may or may not mean when you say 'in a few years.' I'm not sure which of these kids is the girl. I shared...
September 15th, 2013, 02:45 AM
Core-inn would be Corrin, for me. Core-een is Corine/Corrine
Corinne I wouldn't even try to guess.
@saracita00, it most certainly is! I must ask, where did you find those?
@mrstoon, I'm not a fan of Brad either. Bradbury gives it a nice flow and softness. For a nn he'd probably be Addie, or Ray...
Hm. I suppose that makes sense. I don't know how old you are, but to pull off the situation, 4 would have to be raging crazy, or you'd have to be a very talented writer; otherwise it'll make very...
Prudence Bellamy fits her. She could go by Penny and people could call her Prude behind her back...
Jesse fits 2 well, and works with Max.
Lame is more fun. If you're willing to use lame, you can get away with it.
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