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Mischa - the seh-LEE-nee pronunciation is what worried me. I was just hoping most people don't actually use that pronunciation.
Alexander John is a great classic name. I would pair it up with:
It was a tough choice for me between Ronan and Reese. Rhys would have one hands down, but the Reese spelling loses some of the name's appeal for me.
I have met too many dogs named Chase to like...
I always thought the pronunciation of Selene was fairly straightforward. But I am just realizing that there may be other commonly used pronunciations. Anyways, in particular for those of you in...
Although Kirsten isn't my cup of tea, I think it goes fine with August and Corinne (two great names imo). They aren't matchy and they aren't too different either. I don't think people would bat an...
I think Elizabeth nn Elsa works. But I am one of those who believes the first names should be used at least some of the time. So if you have no intentions of ever using Elizabeth, I would just use...
I can't think of any characters that have completely ruined names for me. I have to admit though that I prefer names that are not very popular so when I see names shoot up in popularity (i.e. names...
I like names with a nature vibe to them. Like:
Thanks again. I really like Nova, Axle and Calixta!
I live in a French community in Canada and it's pronounced EE-zuh-bo.
Thanks for the replies. Hubby and I are sci-fi/ffantasy fans and were just trying to expand our list or find some hidden gems.
I pronounce all three the same. I actually prefer Vivienne, followed by Vivien and then Vivian. I don't like it with "an" ending for some reason.
Petra has always been a favorite of mine. It's lovely. Petra Simone is nice. Not a fan of Minerva at all. Mazarine is ok.
Your favorite futuristic sounding names are ?
August 24th, 2014, 09:02 PM
Another vote for Wren
Ottoline would be my second choice.
I prefer Matilda. It's uncommon where I live and has always been a favorite of mine. However I do prefer the nickname Marcie over any of Matilda's nicknames.
I prefer Ellia. It sounds fresh and sweet. I dislike Aliyah with a passion but Elllia gives me a completely different vibe.
August 24th, 2014, 12:06 PM
I would have pronounced them all wrong. :(
Kjartan is the only one I got close to right.
August 24th, 2014, 11:47 AM
CLAW-dee-ah here too.
I live in a little french community and Sophie is the more common of the two here. That being said I prefer Sophie even though it's more common where I live. While Sophia sounds sophisticated and...
Although I personally like Bess/Bessie. The one person I know that is actually named Bessie hates her name. I think the reason is the cow reference.
I am not sure how I feel about Boone. I think I like it.
Not a fan of Brave, because not all children/people are brave and it seems like a big name to live up to.
Imo Scarlett Brown is a no-go. Two color names together is odd.
I like Lillian the most.
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