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Emyr is Welsh for "king". The similar Emir (Turkish) is a title name as is Amir (Arabic) which means "prince". I saw this story. It amazes me that twins can be born so far apart. One little boy is...
Sorry to hear of the loss of your family dog. We become so close to these loyal creatures they become like our canine children. A pet's passing is quite hard to bear but you will always have memories...
1 Reid Frederick - a little abrupt with the d's but I do think it's distinguished.
2 Reid Robert Henry - not a fan of the two r's together but since the middles are honour names, it's a non-issue....
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I think Milo Rhys sounds quite awesome with your surname.
I'm going to put the girls names in sibsets of three. The names can be from different styles but still complement each other.
Aurelia, Clara and Madeleine
Alexandra, Madeleine and Phoebe
I love Isaac. It's an old Biblical name that still pops with energy! Roman is too descriptive for me (Roman Catholic, Roman Numerals, Roman Empire, Roman Holiday). I don't like the modern association...
Isobella flows the best with Sylvie. I don't like the repetitive v's of Vivienne/Vivianna. Lua doesn't appeal to me.
Divine Faith and Faithful Christian are a bit much even for this believer! :)
Dakota-Blue sounds like a state is bleeding to death and needs help! (Code Blue)
Reign Aikido Roose sounds like a...
The only one I like on your list is Marlo although I do prefer the Marlowe spelling. Marlo sounds like a spunky red-haired child.
I didn't choose Drew because your daughter would have a more...
Congrats to you on the safe arrival of your second daughter, Susannah Eugenie. A gorgeous name for Phoebe Jane's sister. Happy Holidays to you as you celebrate another blessing!
Adelaide and Benjamin for sure! Cassius is too similar to Caia. I''ve never been a big fan of Anastasia (and that was before the Fifty Shades of Grey books came out to ruin the name a bit more).
I love the name Celia. She's sweet but doesn't sound weak. She's feminine but not too frilly. She's sophisticated but not snobby. Celia Jane is a lovely combo. If you don't mind two daughters sharing...
Lucienne is very pretty and I find it even more "French" than Lucie. If your character is chic, sophisticated and intelligent, I think Lucienne is the way to go!
Even though I'm a Christian, my first thought on the name Christian isn't about religion. Strange but true. I think about the numerous Danish kings who were named Christian over the centuries. Since...
Although I prefer the name Sylvie, I think Tessa Jane is a better "fit" in a family with girls named Kaylee, Claire and Hope. The combo Sylvie Victoria is too heavy on the v's.
December 8th, 2013, 05:32 PM
Congrats to you! I think Delilah and Cordelia are fine, They both end in "a" but they're otherwise both quite distinct in sound.
Delilah and Eloise
Eloise and Juliette...
Congrats to you on the safe arrival of your baby girl, Flynn Islay. I'm glad to hear that everything went well and you found a name you love.
Hello to you Jessica. Welcome to Nameberry. I hope you enjoy your time in our little community.
Congrats to you on the safe arrival of your baby girl, Mabel Juniper. You've given her a wonderful name.
December 8th, 2013, 04:34 PM
I think these names have artistic and multi-cultural flair in spades!
Blair WAS and still IS a masculine name so I don't really understand the question. It doesn't "sound" feminine, does it? Another question could be: Is Blair too masculine for a girl?
Alasdair is the Scottish form of Alexander so it's the most "proper" spelling. Alastair and Alistair are Anglicized forms. Alastair would be my second choice. I'm not a fan of Alistair.
I prefer Adelaide as a first name but Paige has a repetitive sound with it. What about Adelaide Nicole?
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