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Me again. I didn't want to say before, but yes I definitely thought Clarence was a boy's name, whereas my sister kept insisting it was for girls. I showed her basically every baby naming website I...
That's funny to me because my name is Margaret nn Maggie, and my whole life I wanted to change it legally to Maggie. Also specifically what you said about writing it on forms is kind of interesting,...
Sorry, no specific website that I can think of. On nameberry though, if you type in the nickname you're looking for, if you scroll down, there might be a couple links to full names. For example, if...
December 7th, 2013, 04:45 PM
It's not so much the -ah ending that I think is too similar, but that they both have the 'ay' sound and the -ah ending. So personally, I probably wouldn't use them, but I definitely wouldn't think it...
Hi everyone! Just a quick poll here about the name Clarence. My sister and I got into a little argument about whether Clarence was a boy or a girl name. I'm not going to say which one I think, just...
December 1st, 2013, 02:01 PM
Although I understand you want your son to know his biologically siblings, there's also the issue to discuss about what you would do if the bio mom had more children after the twins.
December 1st, 2013, 01:09 PM
Elizabeth, Rose, Ann, Lynn, Marie, Lee.
Hope/Faith/Joy/Grace - for some reason these always seem to happen as a packaged deal. Each daughter gets a virtue middle name sort of idea. Not a huge fan of...
I've been thinking a lot about the name Nola lately as an alternative to my personal favourite Nora. I won't be having children for several years at least, and with the amount Nora is rising each...
September 24th, 2013, 03:06 AM
Christine, Alma, Ruby, Willmae, Elma, and Annie.
(Grandmothers + great-grandmothers)
Until I saw this thread I didn't even know I had a great grandmother Ruby, which is one of my favourite names,...
It's not as uncommon as some think. It's at #123 so it's not what I'd call unheard of. (In the states at least, so obviously depends where you're from.)
Anyhow, Mary is not my favourite, I find it...
I find that so incredibly rude to just skip part of someone's name, particularly for that reason because I figure you're right about that for almost all cases (especially with official forms like...
I think you should go with whichever you like most/feel comfortable with really.
If I ever get married I will definitely not be changing my last name, but I would probably give my kids the...
My best friend from when we were very young is named Joely, but spelled differently. It's also more JOEL-ee rather than Joe-lee if that makes sense. She's always had trouble with people...
@godde8ss If you had asked me a while ago which is easier I'd say girl names, but now that I'm narrowing it down I see what everyone means, it's actually really hard to name girls!
I like Livia, but...
I think Dominic and Declan sound best with Ray. The others are too short, or R heavy, which makes them a little odd to pronounce.
I really like the name Dominic so I prefer it over Declan.
1. Caleb or Connor
2. Elijah or Eli
3. Oliver or Felix
4. Damian or Devlin, I prefer Damon
5. Liam or Jonah
Poll: Emmett, Eric or Ronan?
I thought I was decided on my top 5 boy names, but not sure which of these I like best.
The other 4 are Arthur, Henry, Louis(loo-iss), and Martin.
*One question: When you see Eric, do you think...
As a name, its decent, not bad by any means. I dont think The-on when I look at it or hear it. I think it sounding similar to Leon will only help with pronunciation. If you mean using the two names...
August 7th, 2013, 06:47 PM
I see what you mean about keeping your daughter there, but I think it might make things worse if she starts to cry etc, because it just adds another stress to the situation. I think a public outdoor...
@sjpau I think Alice goes best with the other two as well. It's a new one to the list so I think it just hasn't grown in me on its own, even though I love it as part of the group.
I like Jane, and...
I prefer Zoe. I think the Zoey spelling looks weird, like if you tried to spell Chloe like Chloey.
I think that Zoe Annabelle looks the best. The spelling Anabel looks a little odd to me,...
I'm decided to make a top 5 list for both boys and girls to narrow down my gigantic lists. The boy list was really easy, but I am completely stumped for girls. Most of the ones on my list don't...
uh-LIE-za with the long "i" sound.
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