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I don't know, has it become a bad thing to be named something similar to one's parent? If you really love it, then why let a mere similarity to a name (her father's name, no less) ruin the potential...
Oh, and Silvia Vesperine // Silvia Vespertine are great as well.
Lieve is my favourite with Emke as a runner-up. They go nicely with Finn and Milou as well.
In terms of Dutch names, I also really like Lieke, Anouk, Fenna, Marijke and Mies (UPDATE: why is Mies...
M i k k e l a (pronounced Michaela) and M i c h e l l a. I have always though that those two names are waaay too mismatchy for twins. And then the yooneek spelling of Michaela *sigh*
I agree with everyone else regarding the "lie", I pronounce it lie-ZANDER. It's really handsome.
April 11th, 2014, 08:22 PM
Crispin and Hector sound so great together - so great that it is almost like they were made for each other. What I am trying to say is, Hector is my favourite. I like Prospero, Arvid (I know one with...
April 11th, 2014, 08:02 PM
I had a hard time with Q and Y, but then I found Quý which is a Vietnamese name supposedly meaning "precious" and Yuri which is a Japanese name meaning "lily".
I bolded my own favourites :)
April 11th, 2014, 07:28 PM
*sigh* I wish I was brave enough to put Cleopatra on my first names list... It's so beautiful, but I'll keep it on my list of middle names for the sake of a potential daughter of mine.
Viggo and Ansel would go really nicely together... if Ansel is a boy. It's a boys name and there are so many other An- names to honour an Ann.
With Viggo, I like:
Anna (she's a classic, can't go...
♔ Alfonso de Borbon and his girlfriend, Eugenia de Silva, welcomed their first child, a son named Alfonso, on 1 April 2014.
Currently I've got Avalon Cleopatra Hero on my own list, but I'm still debating with myself whether Cleopatra is too much of a name. I love the combination dearly though.
Provided that you pronounce Louis 'loo-ee', I would go with Andrew Louis.
If you pronounce it 'lewis', I would go with Oliver Mason.
♔ Countess Sophie of Trauttmansdorff-Weinsberg and Count Alexandre de Lalaing welcomed their first child, a daughter named Marie-Leopoldine, on 24 February 2014.
That was so difficult because I love the majority of the names. I voted for Henry partly because it's my own favourite boys name but also because I think it sounds the best with Richard. It has a...
March 28th, 2014, 09:59 PM
Elanor (Elva, Nell)
Elvina (Elva, Nell)
Emmanuelle (Emmy, Nell)
I pronounce it Lu-CHEE-ah as I think that is the most flattering pronunciation. In Denmark (and I think this is a general pronunciation for the entirety of Scandinavia), we pronounce it loo-SEE-uh.
Tristan is alright, it's not my style, waaaay to over-romanticised and Brad Pitt-ish for my liking. It's not bad though. It could be like... Jayden or Jaxon or something like that. Tristan sounds...
* Balulalow from A Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten: It's my favourite Christmas carol. It was played once at one of the Danish royal christenings and it was just so emotional.
* L'hymne à...
March 23rd, 2014, 01:20 AM
Odette is the main character of Swan Lake and the character Nina is dancing in Black Swan.
March 22nd, 2014, 11:15 PM
Black Swan was the first thing that came to my mind as well. It's a nice name. I prefer Odile to Odette though.
Got a new grand-cousin named Aiyana. Her older siblings are Inutsiaq and Viila.
Yes, sennosides are commonly used in laxatives just like aloe vera and castor oil is. It might just be me though, but when I say Senna I don't see laxatives in front of me, I see Ayrton Senna....
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