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October 9th, 2013, 04:08 PM
Yay! Glad to see you back! :)
I'd love some triplets: nxarliloamionabkam
Leander Arthur Hugo
Dinah Alice Henrietta
When Estelle was born, my mother predicted that Victoria would definitely have two more children before she's 40 (four years left). A princess Lilian and a prince Edmund, if I were to decide. ^^ Or...
It's a little annoying sometimes that Sofia has such a good royal name! ;) But I like that she's Sofia Kristina and her father is Erik Oscar - say what you want about Sofia, but namewise, she's...
I'm not sure at all they'd do the same kind of naming after grandparents that Victoria and Daniel did. The king's own children aren't named like that, so there is no such "rule". All women on Chris's...
Princess Madeleine of Sweden expecting her first child with husband Christopher O'Neill in March! I wonder what they'll choose? Something that works well in both Swedish and English I guess. But...
August 1st, 2013, 05:56 PM
How did you decide "who was who" - who got which name?
I read an article about a Swedish set of triplets, where the parents had decided before they were born that the heaviest would be Sara, the...
No, the stress is definitely on the second syllable. I'm Swedish and know several.
May 29th, 2013, 05:50 PM
This is what I've posted on YCCII so far. :)
Stella Lucy Katherine
Naomi Evelyn Gabriella
Annabelle Layla Sophia
Gabriel Thomas Benjamin
Jonathan Matthew Alexander
I think Bonnie is absolutely lovely! Then again, I live in a country where it's currently quite fashionable ... I know a Bonnie who sometimes goes by Bon or BonBon. :)
The Latin adjective 'felix' is actually both the male and the female form of the word, so I see nothing wrong with a female Felix. I personally prefer Felicitas though.
May 24th, 2013, 05:24 PM
She seems to say "Empla" though. :P (Yeah, I know that's probably correct in Icelandic.)
I'd say it's really more like EMB-la than EM-bla. If that makes a difference to anyone else but me ...
May 23rd, 2013, 04:51 PM
It is popular in Sweden, it's in the top 200 (peaked in 2007, at 132nd place) and I see Emblas in birth announcement quite often. Definitely nothing wrong with it from a Swedish perspective, quite...
February 14th, 2013, 07:37 AM
I always find it fascinating how there can be such differences between these countries. :)
Denmark: Der er to eller færre personer med fornavnet 'Desideria'
Norway: Det er 3, 2, 1 eller 0 kvinner...
February 13th, 2013, 07:56 PM
That's what I thought. Not that I plan to name a baby in Denmark, but you never know ...
Some of my odder, Latin favourites aren't approved either: Bonifatius, Fortunata/-us (not very surprising)...
February 13th, 2013, 05:44 PM
Poor Offer, Gift, et cetera ... I like Glød though.
I looked up some of my favourites, most were approved but not all:
"Du søgte på Altea. Navnet er ikke godkendt som fornavn."
"Du søgte på...
February 7th, 2013, 01:18 PM
Daphne & Luca, followed by Aida & Jude.
February 1st, 2013, 03:30 PM
I have a distant relative named Jazzmine.
In the cloud: Althea Amelia Amelie Amy Ariel Aubrey Ava Breccan Calliope Calloway Dashiell Elizabeth Emmett Esme Harlow Harper Henrietta Hugo Jacob Jakob James Jemima Josephine Jude Katniss Landry...
Cloud: Alice Arabella Aurora Braxon Charlotte Declan Dei Django Edith Eira Genevieve Giulia Henry Hudson Isla Ivy Julia Juniper Kristoffer Leora Logan Lydia Maris Merida Micah Michael Miles Milo...
January 10th, 2013, 03:59 PM
I'm satisfied enough with my name, but if I were to change it ... Maybe Magdalena Susanna, or Magdalena Lucia?
January 7th, 2013, 06:05 PM
Huh, unusual for Sweden? Alisia may be an unusual spelling, but both Alicia and Nellie are top 30 names ... Anyhow, they're a cute pair (though I would prefer Alicia). :)
I'm Swedish and can't say much about how it would work in the US, but I like the name. Kajsa Linnaea/Linnea is my favourite of your combos. My neighbours' daughters are Anna Linnéa and Kajsa Agnes....
Say: Hello, what a bunch of pretty names you have!
Think: Most of them at least. Carly, Asher Rhys, Chase, Greer, not so much.
This is my daughter, Miriam Winifred, and my son, Prosper Willoughby.
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