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December 7th, 2013, 02:12 PM
Ideas (sorry, they're not a lot):
I'm pretty sure the social security administration doesn't count punctuation in names - so for example Marieclaire would be the same as Marie-Claire and La-a would be the same as Laa and John: same...
Some of these are wonderful! I wish they were legitimate names. Love Asterin, Asterwen, Iridis, Linne, Cresmilia...
Congratulations! Marian is lovely.
My absolute favorite from your list is Isolde. Both it and Marian have a feel of "Small princess with lace skirts" to me. I love Tristan and Isolde's story....
December 4th, 2013, 10:39 AM
Arianna and Melisande immediately come to mind to me... They are romantic and seem like they jumped out from a fairytale! Also Anthea/Althea/Alethea and Sylvie.
I also really like Gretchen, but not...
Anna means grace. So if you choose it, you technically get both names in one shot!
Coincidentally, Ann and Grace are also my favorite classical names, and I don't know if I could ever choose...
Marelia! It actually sounds pretty good.
Nancy + Brittany?
Audrey - Y
Aubrey - N
Augusta - N
Aura - Y
Ora - N
Oriana - Y
Olivia - N
Olive - Y
Gemma - Y
Ruby - Y
DW: Michelle Rebecca
DH: Oscar Shane
We met on a cruise, after I nearly fell overboard.
We dated for 1 year before proposal.
We get married at a ski resort in the winter.
After one year, we...
December 3rd, 2013, 02:12 PM
I have a list of names for boys. I started it only recently though, and it still needs some work. They aren't a lot, so I'll just copy paste it for you:
December 2nd, 2013, 03:52 PM
Yeah, I do. My umbrella is Arianna Victoria. My friend's is Carrie.
My piano is Coco Florence. The microwave, Aella. My green hat is Jimmy.
My friend's ruler once fell down and broke in 2 pieces....
I chose Louise, but I like Penelope Jane and Penelope Alice as well.
For me, Imogen has recently upgraded from "horrible" to "meh, I think it's OK". And since I know myself well, I know it's going to grow on me until I develop a real fondness for it.
I think the...
December 2nd, 2013, 01:49 PM
I'm Italian. This is the correct pronounciation.
"Fiam" constitutes only one sillable, like in "you" or "yeah".
The new Italian top 30 is out! You can find it here.
The top 30 makes up for 48% of the boys' names and 41% of the girls'.
I was pretty excited to find out the new rankings, probably more than a...
November 27th, 2013, 08:11 AM
"We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are" -Anais Nin
...Hence my adoration for the name Anais.
I also like Sawyer and Archer; Isolde (the Italian Isotta is the name I dream to...
November 25th, 2013, 01:49 PM
I apologize if this offends anyone.
Not in any particular order.
1. Mirabella, Arabella & co
They're frilly and cute, I know. They're fine on pets. But they're far too pretentious to give to a...
November 25th, 2013, 01:22 PM
Call me crazy, but I love Brittany and Belphoebe :rolleyes: Nothing else.
I think Violet is one of those names which fits with many names, but nothing seems truly STUNNING.
In your list, I like particularly...
Here are the things I'd consider:
Which flows better? (Lola Suzette in my opinion)
What other names do I like? (If you like vintage names, Suzette may fit better with other sibling names - Suzette...
I like Margot Zelda best. I think it just fits better and I don't really like the other names.
November 25th, 2013, 11:29 AM
Demeter, Edith, June, Irene, Michal, Nadia, Zoe. That's about it, but there may be a few others depending on how exactly do you define frilly.
Yeah, I think none have an amazing flow. Perhaps the best are Caleb Thomas Ritter and Evelyn Joy Ritter.
If I were you, I'd try to avoid names which end with a consonant sound and are too T or R...
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