Type: Posts; User: shvibziks
Search: Search took 0.04 seconds.
Ruth is Ruth in Denmark as well. We just pronounce it differently.
Today, 01:54 PM
Arwen: So ethereal and lovely. I love it.
Autumn: Not my favourite, but wearable.
Avery: Not my style at all (and it also SCREAMS surname to me), but wearable.
Bellatrix: I know this puts...
Oh and some Danish celebrities:
Filippa and Saffina (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, actor who push children out of windows when they accidentally witness the twincest)
Hector, Hannibal and Dagmar (Rose...
Today, 09:11 AM
From your list, I like Jemima and Araminta the best (and voted Jemima).
I don't know if this is just confusing, but I'll try anyway :D The way I've had it explained (I've been struggling over the pronunciation as well), Xenia Alexandrovna's name was pronounced KSYEN-ya...
Yesterday, 07:11 PM
Aviaaja, Ivalo, Ivik and Minik - all beautiful Greenlandic names.
Just off the top of my head:
Archibald William Emerson and Abel James (Will Arnett and Amy Poehler)
Charles Patrick Inigo and Margarita Elizabeth Rose Alleyne (The Viscount and Viscountess...
Is it allowed for one to use other types of punctuation than hyphens and apostrophes?
I don't think Danish parents would even bother trying to apply for a name like Caro!ine or (hristian - it...
Penelope with the nickname Nell, definitely.
I'm so late but yay for Marian! Truly such a beautiful and romantic name. Congratulations on finally having found the one, Ottilie :D Also, Roo's name spell out Mia now - I absolutely adore it.
December 6th, 2013, 05:48 AM
Which do you plan to be the first? I think that they're both very much alike, but Freya Leda sounds better and less mismatchy than Leda Freya.
Very well put @dantea and I agree, there's nothing to be ashamed of.
I understand what you mean, @pistachio, and if you feel really bad about what you have written, I think you should follow your...
One of the worlds greatest people have passed today and with his passing we have lost an exceptional man who really did make the world a better place.
The world will go on, but it will be a little...
So many beautiful names. I'm truly sorry if I went a little overboard with all the combinations - I couldn't help it. I really like Edmund with Cornelius (as evident by the combinations, lol).
Oh and Fernanda. Augustina and Fernanda sound smashing together. Perhaps too heavy for sisters in real life, but I still really like the names together.
December 3rd, 2013, 10:11 PM
As. I really have to be careful not to just fill up all of my combinations with those damned As. Amaury, Asa, Alexander, Archibald, Adelin, Asger/Ásgeirr, Antony, Atticus, Aneurin, Aloysius, Asta,...
December 3rd, 2013, 09:56 PM
I think so. I love both Isla and Ailsa - Ailsa in particular - but they are very matchy and very tongue twisting together.
Isla Ruth and Ailsa Mavis are both beautiful combinations though.
I prefer Augusta but I really like Augustina as well. It always baffles me a little when people use Augustine because to me that's a boys name and I think Augustina is a nice alternative.
♔ Prince Rashid and Princess Zeina of Jordan welcomed their first child, a son named El Hassan, on 1 December 2013.
You're welcome, @ciottolo, and thanks :)
Artemisia. But not because of the plant...
I like Mynte, Nellike, Paprika, Papaja and Røllike as well - all Danish herbal names.
For the sake of your future child, please spell it properly. Must you add an extra N and throw in both a S and a C? It doesn't make it more unique, it just looks try-hard and she will have to spell...
December 1st, 2013, 10:05 PM
I pronounce it fee-uh-MET-tah.
Results 1 to 25 of 500