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I think Amaya is pretty and feminine and would be a lovely addition to a family with an older sister called Florina. Amaya and Florina have a nice ring to them, don't you think?
September 12th, 2014, 02:38 PM
My faves from your list are:
Girl: Cassia, Lyra, and Thora
Boy: Asher, Jasper, Luca, Micah, Samuel
Just curious: if you pronounce Asher and Taylor with a "lah", wouldn't Piper, Connor and...
I would stay clear of Pear for a girl. Many females already have problems with body image and most Western societies don't celebrate the "pear-shaped" body type at all.
Walter Edmund Jago has a great mix of vintage gravity and jaunty flair. I quite like the combo. Were your family originally from Cornwall, England?
I think Violet and Maeve are lovely together. I prefer Donovan a little more than Ronan. The only issue I would have is if you had two boys named Donovan and Ronan. They're too similar in both look...
I will rate them on a scale of 1-10 so the higher the number the better. :)
Great for first names...
Matilda - 9
Eliora - 6
Francesca - 7
Florence - 8
Ottilie - 6
Dorothea - 7
You can't go wrong with these two classic boys names. John Patrick has a wonderful flow and the names would certainly serve any man well throughout his life.
I hope everyone is well in your family!
I think Anna Mae is fine for a young girl. I agree with jessicarose that it does have an Southern lady vibe. Younger people may say that it reminds them of the word "anime" (eg. Japanese animated...
In English speaking countries, I would hazard to guess that no one would know the origin, the meaning, the child's gender, the spelling or the correct pronunciation. It shares an "er" ending with...
Personally, I find the pair redundant. Margot and Gretel are variants of the same name Margaret. I love the chic and sassy Margot. I find Gretel has a strange mix of cuteness and harshness that I...
September 11th, 2014, 03:49 PM
I like Mary and Jane but I wouldn't call them "plain". I'll use the term "no-frills" because there's beauty in simplicity if you take a closer look.
Yes, Pippa could work for a nickname but I can't help but think that Epiphany's parents had an out of body religious experience while gazing at the name. :)
As far as Charles "feminizations" are concerned, I do prefer Charlotte to Caroline. I think the nn Lottie is too adorable to pass up. However, even I can admit that Caroline is classic, elegant and...
So, you'll be the only one without an "M" initial name? If you wouldn't feel too lonely and/or don't care, choose Marshall. As long as the name doesn't sound like the dog's, the older brother or the...
Raphael and Eve give off different vibes to me. Raphael is ornate, otherworldly and romantic. Eve is no-frills, down-to-earth and serious. I would be more apt to choose Eva or go all out with the...
Josephine, Samantha, Katherine and sister...
Wolf Snow? Not my cup of tea.
I'm not a fan of alliteration but the similar "n" endings bother me even more. Finley Freeman would be a better choice.
It's French so "av-uh-LEEN" is the way it should be pronounced. The middle syllable is said very quickly.
Nicholas is a great name but it's starting to sound a bit "tired". So if Nicholas needs a rest, I think Nikolai can take his place. I love this exotic Russian name. It's dashing and romantic and...
Congrats to you on the safe arrival of your second child, Catherine Ophelia. Her name is a lovely mix of classic beauty and Shakespearean splendour! Enjoy your little Virgo!
Congrats to you and your family on the safe arrival of your twins, Oscar and Lola. A spunky duo!
September 11th, 2014, 10:59 AM
Congrats to you on the safe arrival of your baby girl, Charlotte Lucy. Two of my favourite classics! Give your husband a big kiss of thanks and abundant praise for his good taste! :)
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