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Poll: Phineas vs Phoenix
Looking for a (perhaps a little quirky) way to give a nod to a Josephine in a boy's name without using Joseph/Jonah/Jonas etc - so looking at the other end of the name!
I like that Phineas lends...
I must be the only person that thinks Phoebe Burrows sounds great. The repeating b sounds really work for me.
Anyway, I concur that as much as I love the name Luna (a lot), you've gotta cross it...
August 29th, 2013, 01:00 AM
I like Milo and Leo best, but think August or Finn works best in the sibset.
I think it's fine. Ginny's not an uncommon nickname for Genevieve, and I think Geneva works at least as well.
August 25th, 2013, 12:57 PM
I like Quinn more for a girl, but I think it's pretty unisex. Also, it's worth noting that the Quinn character on Glee is minor-to-nonexistent now, so it may go back more towards the blue.
e) Merewyn/Merewen - no preference
f) Bronwen/Bronwyn - no preference
g) Millicent/Melisande - these are different names?
Jane is lovely and sweet. I would be real charmed to meet a little girl named Jane.
August 24th, 2013, 11:57 AM
I like Florence better. I know Wren is popular on here but it feels to me like it's trying a bit too hard. Florence is lovely, classic but still feels interesting and you don't hear it everywhere.
I like Philemon, actually, as long as you're okay with the fact that 99% of people will at first a) not pronounce it the way you want and b) call him Phil. But I agree that Amadeus is a bit much with...
I would be confused and think I'd misheard. Then I'd think the person's parents had tried to get a little too creative. Sorry. I do really like Phoebe though.
I voted for Isla Quinn because I'm not real big on India but I do have to admit that I like the idea of a little girl named Indy - are you a nicknamer?
Makes me think of Sex and the City. I'm not a big fan. I don't mind surnames as first names but Smith is so common, and it's basically the quintessential boring name.
I also feel like a boy named...
August 12th, 2013, 02:43 AM
Emma/Emmeline Pearl gets my vote.
I like George for the baby. I mean, I don't greatly love the name, but my first thought when they brought him out of the hospital was "oh, he does kind of look like a George".
The middle names are...
I'm mostly surprised that they only picked three names. I guess maybe as 'modern' royals they're trying not to seem too pretentious? Either that or they just couldn't pick a fourth.
Man, if I were...
I am so disappoint :(
My guess is George William Philip Charles.
But I have money on Arthur as at least one of the names so I sort of hope I am wrong.
I love Arthur Florian. They're both among my favourite boy's names. Arthur Frederick is nice too though - I feel like you can't go wrong either way
July 23rd, 2013, 11:56 AM
I put a tenner down on Arthur. I don't really think they'll go that way but I figured if they use my favourite boy name I might as well make some money out of it, haha.
George is (slowly) growing...
July 13th, 2013, 03:06 PM
Quinn is better than Seven. Although, nthing that English speakers will 'get' Qin just fine.
I'd be very surprised if Atticus ever reaches Mila's popularity. I think Atticus is just about at its peak, whereas I won't be at all surprised if Mila continues to climb. Mila was the perfect...
If I could choose anything, without my SO complaining that he or she would get beaten up?
I like both the name Lincoln and the nickname Link. Thumbs up from me :)
I initially gravitated towards Hudson Grant, then my head chose Hudson Wilder. I like both a lot though.
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