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June 6th, 2014, 03:18 PM
I think it's beautiful and classic. I've never once heard someone pronounce it "meh-GAHN" as some have mentioned
May 14th, 2014, 07:10 PM
I like Edith Valentina. That way if she wants a more beautiful and glamorous name as an adult, she can use her middle.
It's beautiful and classic. I say use is.
April 13th, 2014, 03:24 PM
Sandrine I like best.
April 4th, 2014, 12:46 PM
It would make me think the parents were Pink Floyd fans. If that's what you're going for, right on.
I love it! I'd use it for a first name. Itzel is on our Mecican family's list ;)
March 13th, 2014, 09:25 AM
I like Mia and Liv, but I think they're both nicknames. Amelia & Livia?
No. Just doesn't work.
February 1st, 2014, 09:43 PM
Christiana (though I like Cristiana better) and Evangeline are gorgeous names and I love them together. I would not immediately think they or the parents are super Christian if I heard them.
February 1st, 2014, 09:41 PM
Bea prounced "BEE-ah" is a stretch. IMO, there's only one way to pronounce Bea and it's BEE.
Lila is okay.
I'm not a fan, for many reasons stated, and it's too bad! If the meaning wasn't so awful, the word itself has a nice ring to it.
I am a fan of weird as all get out middle names, so I'd say go for...
January 1st, 2014, 07:10 PM
I hate it, sorry. It's a stale old lady name.
Wilhelmina is gorgeous.
I love it. It's so much better than Caroline! I love Cora on its own or as a nickname.
It reminds me of the very charming book and then movie, Coraline.
Josephine. That gives her a beautiful, grown-up, serious option when she's an adult. It's hard to imagine a businesswoman named Paisley.
Siara? Sia would be a pretty nickname. I would avoid Sierra, personally. It is pretty sounding but also a very common name for exotic dancers to choose for themselves.
December 10th, 2013, 01:26 AM
I don't care for either, but I think Juniper is the better of the two. But I don't see Juno as a realistic nickname for Juniper.
I love Celia, but only pronounced the Spanish way. SAY-lee-uh, like Celia Cruz
SEAL-yuh, not so much.
Celeste has a similar meaning.
What does "clunky" mean? Names historically used for elderly Americans?
Spanish speaker here. I would say sen-EE-uh, pronouncing like the Spanish Z. "ZEE-nee-uh" sounds like it's being spoken by someone who has never learned any language but English. Same with "ZEEN-yuh"...
It's interesting. I like it as a middle with your "a" ending names, especially Clara.
Clara Madita, sounds musical! I may say it all day long! Claramadita, Claramadita!!
December 8th, 2013, 07:04 PM
Rosemary is beautiful and dignified. Very serious, suitable for an adult.
I like Rosie and Romy for a little one. Even just Rose or Mary
Very awkward. Evelyn and Eden are my picks.
I'm Irish and I've found that I just don't like most Irish names! The best one is my own, IMO! lol
I do like:
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