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Unless it was really prominent ( like Isabelle and Annabel or something) it wouldn't really bother me. The names you have listed share a common sound, but different rhythm, meaning, and initials. So...
I like Story much better than Poet. I just don't get all the buzz about Poet. To me, (and I do love words) it's just a characteristic of a person, like writer, director, photographer, athlete,...
Marie! Poor Marie is so underused as a first name, where it just gets senselessly thrown into the middle. Tragic, really. I can see an adorable little girl named Marie, with the casual nickname Ree....
December 5th, 2013, 08:25 PM
1. Livia Clementine (I adore Livia, so this won even though I don't particularly love Clementine. I do think it gives it a whimsical feel, though.)
2. Adeline Briar (very cool. Briar is a little...
December 4th, 2013, 10:46 AM
That is a fantastic sibset. Sincere congratulations to your family! And welcome to little Jo and O :)
The correct pronunciation of Isolde is either ih-SOL-duh or ih-ZOL-duh from what I've heard. I guess it's just personal preference whether you favor the z or s sound. I like the s better, personally....
Annabelle vs. Annabel - I go back and forth. I think I like Annabelle better though, though I think it depend on the middle name. If there are also double letters in the middle, then I think you...
I prefer November. I hate the month of September.
Here is how I rank the months as names:
December 2nd, 2013, 07:30 PM
Author in writing: thanks! Glad for the input.
Knitfrog: actually, I pronounce Augustine with the -een sound on th end, not -in. So Augustyn would not work. Plus, I'm not a fan of altered spellings,...
December 2nd, 2013, 06:02 PM
Amanda. I still really hate her.
Congratulations, what a sweet name. I especially love Liesl!
I like Mirabel, Arabelle, Amabel, Clarabel, Christabel, Mabel, Or Jezebel (not ideal...). If you wouldn't mind it at the front I suggest Bellamy.
Both are a little bland for my taste, but I would choose Nora just because it's a little more uncommon than Sarah.
December 2nd, 2013, 03:51 PM
Cristina: thanks! I get that some ppl don't like Savanna much, and I'm not normally into popular names, but I can never let go of sweet Savanna.
Lovemysweeties: wow, that imagery is lovely! Thank...
You know, I voted for Primrose but maybe it's just the hunger games kick I'm on. Now I'm thinking I should've gone with celestia. So I actually change mine to Celestia.
December 2nd, 2013, 12:06 PM
Olivia: thanks, I do like Vanna as a nickname as well!
Averella: thank you, I agree. Love the names in your signature, by the way!
December 2nd, 2013, 10:51 AM
December 2nd, 2013, 10:49 AM
I like Sabrina Wren best! (Btw, you can still ad a poll to this thread if you want to. Go to thread tools at the top of the page, and there's a button to add a poll.
December 2nd, 2013, 12:31 AM
I just wrote out a really long and potentially helpful reply and then accidentally pressed something and lost the while thing. Life is crap.
Anyway...just read what everyone else posted.:( Sorry
December 1st, 2013, 11:29 PM
Thanks, Waverly! By the way, I like the names in your signature, they are very pretty!
December 1st, 2013, 10:38 PM
Hello ladies! I finally have a combo worked out for lovely Savanna. (still long way from kids, just listing my favorites) I'd love to hear your thoughts on Savanna Augustine Daisy. I wanted something...
I see no good reason for the spelling you've used, and I really think you'd be better off with Anastasia. Anyway, does Kay have to be in the first spot? I think for optimum flow it might sound better...
I think Eve would work best for two reasons. The s end syllable of Elyse would run into Silver, and also the 2-2-2 rhythm does not flow very well.
December 1st, 2013, 02:27 PM
I like Kai and Keegan and Kevin for boys, and Kerensa, Kirrily, and Kaia for girls. I also like Kate, but I like Catherine with a C better than K.
I don't mind alliteration, I think it actually makes a name more whimsical and rhythmic. I can't say I adore Winnifred, but I think alliteration is just fine.
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