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Aside from Jade these are very common one-syllable middles. Do you really want to stick with a short middle name or are you open to something longer? Here is some elaboration on your list. Let me...
December 1st, 2013, 02:21 PM
These are all lovely names. Those that are most usable and easy to wear --
Poppy is too cute and can be confused with a Grandfather's nickname.
Magnolia as a full name is...
November 26th, 2013, 04:00 PM
I agree. Louisa is such a classic that to go through life constantly correcting the spelling ( and possibly pronunciation) of your name seems a constant burden.
November 8th, 2013, 08:25 PM
These names fit the "sweet and sassy" description....
I agree! A very fine name.
This makes a lot of sense to me. I vote Madeleine!
Yes, I agree with most others that Juliet Cora is the winning combination. Juliette is just a bit much and will be harder to live with than the classic Juliet.
I prefer Zelia Rose as it has a more coherent softer feel. Zelda and Rose have such opposite sounds and feels.
Completely adorable and original names both! Comgratulations on making a final choice.
Oh you have lots of pretty names here. Here are my favorites with some combos for you. Let me know if anything appeals.
Amelia Bronte Claire
Elodie Keira Rose
I know of a sibset with a boy, Sawyer, and a girl, Wren, very sweet. However I agree with most others that Rowan and Wren are too close in sound. For a girl name to go with Rowan how about...
Ohh, Cecile is gorgeous! Great sibset too. Cecile Marion? Cecile Josephine? Cecile Anna/Anne? Cecile Mary? Lots of good possibilities with Cecile.
These names are all lovely.
I love the double first, Anna-Simone. It does not seem too much to me. Anna-Simone Beatrice is gorgeous (in French and English)!
I also have to give a second to...
March 11th, 2013, 03:18 AM
here are some I like...
Augustina (from August)
Marcella (from Marcel)
Clementina (from Clement)
Cosima (from Cosmo)
Victoria (from Victor)
Louisa (from Louis)
Charlotte (from Charles)...
March 11th, 2013, 03:12 AM
I like Ilona, Rozalia, Gabrielle and Mariska. They are all beautiful names.
Piroska reminds me of a Polish Perogi or Ukrainian Peroshka which are both food.
March 11th, 2013, 03:09 AM
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March 11th, 2013, 03:06 AM
I agree with the previous posters about the rhyming names being too similar to Kaia. Mila could also be a nick name for Milena which would give you more options. There are tons of girl's names that...
March 11th, 2013, 02:53 AM
Camille and Greta are my favorites with Caroline although classic Catherine works too. However with Grace in the middle, since it is so common, I definitely prefer Camille. It makes the full name...
Elliana is a pretty name. I prefer Catherine in the middle because both Louise and Elizabeth have Ls in them which makes the overall name L heavy and sort of tongue twistery. Catherine with the hard...
March 11th, 2013, 02:47 AM
Aria Juliette Durarte - great balance, flow and sound, original
Celeste Amelia Duarte - ditto
Naomi Giselle Duarte - I don't like the sound of Naomi Duarte as much because of the predominance of...
Thanks for your response. Some more ideas...
While I like both names I don't feel they go particularly well together. I like more syllables in a first to go with Beatrix in the middle...
I like all of your ideas. I particularly like Helena or Louisa as a sibset with Margot.
I love Desmond with Malcolm and Mabel, great! Etta is nice as a sibset it just isn't a name I like as much. Emilia, Perla, Sylvie, Louisa, Cora, Helena/Elena, Olive, Isadora, Rose.
February 12th, 2013, 04:55 AM
I don't think Maeve is too girly but I second the suggestions of Morgan and Darcy for a girl. Similar ideas might be Avery, Hazel, Emery, Reece, Flannery, Sienna, Alba/Albany, Holland, Rory, Devon.
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