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April 8th, 2013, 08:56 PM
Another Emily here.
Never the only one. Never cared.
It's similar to Olivia in the sense that it's easy to wear, not cringe-worthy when you introduce yourself, and you wear the name, the name...
April 4th, 2013, 10:02 AM
I love the clunky cool:
I think both Rowan and Sage are feminine, as the only ones I know are women :)
As for nn for Rowena, you could have:
March 27th, 2013, 12:54 AM
Thought of Rosalie immediately, too! :)
As for Sasha, it can be a diminutive for the Alex- names in Eastern European countries, if I'm not mistaken.
So what about something like Alexa?
Or if you...
Adding to the Z set, I love:
Zelia / Zelie
March 26th, 2013, 10:34 PM
I like all the names you have listed.
If you like Agatha so much have you considered Tabitha?
Tabitha Elizabeth sounds great, too.
This makes some good reading.
March 26th, 2013, 08:11 AM
March 26th, 2013, 05:41 AM
The first word that sprung to mind when you said that in an ideal world there would be something with both Ella and Minnie was "Gelsolmino" which is the Italian word for the jasmin flower/plant. Now...
I think it' s healthy to rant :)
Look after yourself and good luck!
I like Nyx for a yorkie :)
I love both
Charles Oliver & Oliver Charles as suggested.
I see you have Pierre on your list. For an extra option, have you considered Piers?
Piers Oliver is dashing :)
March 25th, 2013, 03:34 AM
Hi Fluzie :)
I think Beresford is handsome. I'm not that fond of very surnamy names, but as they go, this one at least has a nice, dignified ring to it and a very special meaning to your husband,...
Hmmm the names coming to mind work mainly with word association.
So, for the nn Story you could have:
Poesie or Saga, for instance.
Actually, if you went with Saga Victoria, you would most...
March 24th, 2013, 11:43 PM
It's lovely and you love it so do your husband and family. Sounds like you can't do much better! :)
What about Cyril?
It's old, not even in the top 1000 and comes with awesome nn Cy.
We use it a lot in France :)
Cordelia Lynn & Cyril James
Cora & Cy :)
March 24th, 2013, 11:12 PM
Oh my Behati suggestion is getting some love, it makes me so happy!
I love it and think it's a fab name. I knew of it before the model ( I had to google her) and had no idea she had an Adam Levine...
And this is why I love asking people about their dreams; such awesome/hilarious/interesting stories!!!!
Have you ever had "name dreams" ?
I've heard of a few people who have named their child after dreaming up the name, even if it wasn't a name they had considered before.
This woman I know dreamt...
I personally have always loved the name Anna.
I'm bilingual English/French also, and it's so true that Anna is as beautiful in both languages.
She is a common name true, but far from boring I...
March 23rd, 2013, 09:44 PM
I'm in the Hattie Beatrice camp too!
Or, there is the name Behati, the Afrikaans version of Beatrice, which could lead to the nn Hattie pretty effortlessly, imo :)
I love both names and both combos.
Like you, I love Lily and always have wanted to use it, because my gran was a Lily and my mother is a Susan. :)
Have you thought of Sosie?
It's a Susan...
I rather like Zuzanna :)
Love Zinnia, Zelia and Zelie.
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