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December 7th, 2013, 11:42 AM
Aaron does not mean miracle. And Arabella is a form of Amabel, meaning "lovable". People, don't trust baby naming sites other than Behind The Name (including Nameberry, I'm afraid).
If you want her to go by her nickname, then I think Mary is the perfect choice to be the first name: it's common for Marys to go by their middle name or to be called by a double names —*I think it...
December 7th, 2013, 11:14 AM
Archer is a surname / word name. I don't think it looks made up at all. There's always Archibald if you want something more historical.
Other ideas (sorry for repeats):
DW: Margaret Christine
DH: Henry Harold
DS: James Killian
DD: Sophia Caroline
DD/DD: Noëlle Scarlet & Natalie Violet
DS/DS: Gabriel Hunter & Gaspard Archer
DD/DS: Amelia Florence & Arthur...
December 3rd, 2013, 02:48 AM
David is a lovely, strong, timeless name.
I think a cool / unexpected nickname could elevate it, though. Something like Day, Dai, Dax, Dash, Dewey, Davi...
I love Theobold nickname Teddy!
November 12th, 2013, 05:06 PM
Wow, this thread was an incredibly depressing read. How is it possible that in the 21st century women still think like this.
November 6th, 2013, 01:12 PM
I'm from Portugal!
(( Boys ))
I like it. I think I'd rather have a more formal/serious first name on the birth certificate, but Plum could make a fun nickname.
names that mean...
October 17th, 2013, 06:57 PM
I think it works, especially if you add an R middle name. Rosamund Riona, Rosamund Rita, Rosamund River…
October 1st, 2013, 08:48 PM
Can't believe no-one has mentioned the Harry Potter novels! The books (the earlier ones in particular) are very accessible to young kids but deep enough so you can engage with discussions about them....
October 1st, 2013, 03:53 PM
I disagree completely... While it's true that parents want nothing but the best for their child, not vaccinating a child (unless it's for proper medical reasons) is never "the right decision". An...
October 1st, 2013, 10:39 AM
Leopold is a fairly traditional name in Europe and in francophone countries (including African countries), so I have to disagree that the Belgian king is the only association with the name. Stalin...
I think Ivy and Isla would be problematic in France, but all the other names are lovely. I love Claire, Penelope, and Amélie.
Mildred means "mild strenght" … here some names with similar meanings:
"Mild": Millborough, Clementine, Clemence, Milburga
"Strenght:" Audrey, Matilda, Maud, Millicent, Melisande
September 29th, 2013, 09:50 PM
Except these studies have been exposed as frauds. The WHO and all credible organisations support vaccination.
Not vaccinating children on purpose is ignorant, irresponsible and endangers not only...
September 29th, 2013, 09:44 PM
I'm from Portugal — probably the only one in nameberry!
If anyone has questions about mine or other European countries I'm happy to (try and) answer!
If Miller was an actual family surname I'd say go for it; in this case I think you should avoid it. Especially since your sons have popular, but classic names —*Miller on a girl fits awfully in your...
September 29th, 2013, 04:52 PM
Only as a-MY-a. It's Basque in origin.
I prefer Axel as a stand alone name. I also think it has a more modern/Germanic vibe that goes well with Evan and Otto. It will age as well if not better than Alec IMO, since it's a "proper" old name...
September 14th, 2013, 02:04 PM
DW: Marguerite Ava Millie
DH: Hamish Lachlan Winston
DS: Felix Thaddeus Winston
DD: Katherine Angelica Winston
DS: Leopold Lorcan "Leo" Winston
DS/DD: Christian Luke Winston / Cecily...
September 14th, 2013, 02:01 PM
DH: Corbin Micah Stevenson
DW: Imogen Audrey Lavender
DS: Owen Philip Stevenson
DD: Seraphina Cora Stevenson
DS: Rory Everett Stevenson
DD: Louisa Pearl Stevenson
DS/DS: Miles Tertius...
DH: Alexander Louis Watson
DW: Beatrice Hilda Foster
DD: Harriet Victoria Watson "Hallie"
DS/DS: Theodore George Watson / Thomas Ambrose Watson
DS: Archibald Barnaby "Archie"...
September 13th, 2013, 08:54 AM
Listen, I'm going to be very honest here.
I think you are completely overreacting about this. There's nothing wrong with the initials EVL (shouldn't EJVL?) and I'm sure people wouldn't make the...
September 13th, 2013, 08:34 AM
Maybe you could avoid Tim/Timmy by coming up with a different nickname? Something like Theo (Thyo) or Tee?
You don't have a lot of choices... Maybe a nickname Mathy (short Matthew/Matthias), Arthy...
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