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Espath, Sanwin, Xveca (Zuh or Zee-veh-ka), Cortall, Boji, Senya, Puneep and Reetara.
Hahah I love making up names :P
April 2nd, 2013, 10:19 PM
I've always loved names, and naming my dolls was something I looked forward to. It really became a deeper obsession when I just searched up my name when I was bored. Voilà! There came an even greater...
April 1st, 2013, 03:15 AM
I'm 17, my mom is 61 going on 62 ;) dad is 64 (or is it 65??).
We have pretty good connections, they are both spry. She understands me most of the time as does my dad (trying to explain certain...
March 26th, 2013, 07:09 PM
Mina, most likely. Or Elena. Or Lyra. Ah, so many options!
Mina Elisabeth would be nice. But I really only see myself as a Margaret, through and through.
I love the name Rachel; it's classic, exuberant and reliable.
March 19th, 2013, 12:15 PM
I find many names celebrities use pretentious (not all but some). Especially when you say some of the first and middle names together.
I'm surprised no one has mentioned Indiana Jones. Nonetheless, I like the name, especially the nn Indy
Blythe is a beautiful name with an even more beautiful meaning.
I hope you add it to your list :)
I love it, one of my favs. Very evocative and natural. A lengthy middle name could also balance it.
Cecilia/Celie are tempting to use but they seem way too obvious.
No last name atm. Has dark brown hair, green eyes, scar on the lip. Has a sort of common looking face, but she doesn't try/care...
Poll: Sanne or Sanna?
Both are pronounced the same (sa-nah) but what looks better?
December 9th, 2012, 09:42 PM
I've heard of Corliss before, but only on here. I really like how quirky it is and the meaning is wonderful too.
Edna is a very strong sounding name to me but I don't know how I feel about it. All...
November 25th, 2012, 03:30 PM
I like alliteration. My own name has it :) it's more subtle than rhyming.
October 25th, 2012, 10:11 AM
I love Bianca and I probably still would if I watched The Eastenders (never heard or watched it in my life). I'm surprised not many like it! I like Naomi too but I like Noemi even better. I think...
October 18th, 2012, 11:25 PM
How funny! My name's Margaret too and I love it. :)
For my generation it is underused (I'm in my teens) and it's such a classic with many nn possibilities.
I also love the origin and meaning of my...
Nina's about as multicultural as you get for a girls name. :)
I like it in a guilty pleasure sort of way but I just can't imagine it on a little girl, you know? I can imagine Aggie though, which I think is a pretty cute nickname for when she's younger. I like...
Thanks guys! I really like the names Ani (Annika), Nora, Chloe and Amelia.
Yes, they are modern. Thank you for the suggestion! :)
So far my two sibling characters are named Jack and Nina. Although I love the name Nina, I'm not sure if it goes entirely well with Jack. Last name is undecided and I would love to hear some...
October 11th, 2012, 12:03 AM
To be honest, I really like it. I don't have any negative connotation with it and Aria just has such a melt-in-your-mouth, breezy quality when said aloud. So it looks good in print AND vocally.
October 10th, 2012, 11:51 PM
I LOVE Ira on a boy. I named one of my characters Ira, which was in the top 1000 (maybe 100?) during the Victorian/Edwardian Era. It really is just all boy to me.
I definitely know not all my...
October 9th, 2012, 11:36 PM
Fav right now: Vincent. Although I really love Ronan, Oscar and Micah atm as well.
Sick of: Any Max- names or Max itself, Finn (it's still cute) and Atticus! Everyone loves Atticus on here. It's...
I think Hollis is a great name for a boy! I've met a male Hollis once and it seems to suit both male and female. I cant think of any suggestions atm but congratulations and good luck!
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