Type: Posts; User: emsky
Search: Search took 0.09 seconds.
I like Owen, Arlo and Samuel for firsts; Samuel and Joseph for middles.
Benjamin - nice name. I prefer in the middle, because I like Benjamin much more than Ben.
Nathaniel - love, but again prefer in the middle. Love Nathaniel, Nate is just ok for me.
August - love....
Ezra is my favorite, with or without bros. Not sure if you have the middle already, but Ezra Dean is handsome.
Graham is my second fave.
It seems like there's a big split with Gemma. I think it's an association thing, because apparently there's a model with very large beasts and possibly also a famous porn-star with this name. I don't...
I like Anton. Prospero isn't really my style, but it sounds ok. Made me think of others with similar cadence:
Anton Marcellus (kinda sounds like Wynton Marsalis)...
Hey, thanks for the shout out! :) I don't even know how to vote, I really like both. Archer is the one that I would be more likely to use, but I love them equally for someone else. I like Asher Boone...
My favorite is Jasper, then Dashiell, then Atticus. But I like all 3.
I like Atticus John, Dashiell Jacob, and I actually really like the alliteration of Jasper John and Jasper James.
December 7th, 2013, 11:03 PM
I'm not sure where you live, but I feel like most people know how to pronounce Ulysses. At least in the US you first learn the name of the president in elementary school.
I like it a lot, but...
December 7th, 2013, 10:31 PM
Ha did not expect to see 3 of my top ten names. Love all three. I wouldn't choose Felix if your daughter is called Fifi much of the time. If it is a term of endearment more so than an official nn,...
I like Alasdair best. The word 'stair' throws me off a bit.
A lot of these are very nice but my very favorite is Hazel Corinne. I voted for her, Penelope Katherine, and Beatrix Athena. Isla Verity is also very sweet.
December 7th, 2013, 09:08 PM
I think they all sound fine, though they'd all sound nice with Katherine too.
December 7th, 2013, 08:58 PM
I honestly don't even associate the two. I see the similarity of course with loo-see-ah and Lucy, but my preferred pronunciations are also loo-sha then loo-chee-ah, so it's never even crossed my mind.
December 7th, 2013, 01:16 PM
I love your names! Save Sydney (sorry). I think you're right that Violet and Scarlett are the most on trend right now. Sage and Beatrix also feel a bit hipster-ish, in line with Eliza, Hazel,...
I love Cordelia Maeve, Penelope Louise, and Emma Claire! Everly Claire is cute too. I think Emma Claire fits in well with other kids, length- and flow-wise. But Penelope would be nice too. Cordelia...
I think Violet is better, especially with the middles. Violet Isobel Yvonne is very nice!
I think Benjamin Alphonse is nice. I also like Alistair Bailey, Benjamin Castiel, Samuel Alaric, Gabriel Rhys, and Cassius Adair. Oliver Henry is great but Oliver is way too close to Olivia.
December 7th, 2013, 11:38 AM
See this sounds reasonable/healthy. I, on the other hand, work full time, am not expecting, not trying to conceive, do not technically know anything about names other than my personal preferences,...
It's hard because Liam Seth is much more traditional than Lyrik Avryll!
I think Lachlan would make a good brother to Liam and, I dunno...maybe Lux as a sister to Lyrik?? I do love Aurora nn Rory,...
I think Everett goes best. Asher is a bit softer than Griffin imo, and Lincoln and Nixon both end in n as well. Everett is just right!
Kyle nn Ky Lennox just make me think Kai Lennox might be a good combo for me. :)
I love Mila, but I would have to pick Keira (which I also love) to go with Madeline. Kira is another idea--the Russian spelling, prn the same. I love it, and I kind of like it with Madeline. Do you...
I like Oliver more, because Sullivan is too surname-y for me. I live in a region where the last name Sullivan is fairly common and they are all called Sully. Kind of like Murph for Murphy. I don't...
Results 1 to 25 of 500