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If you could blend the two possibly? For example, Arielle. Think of Ariel and choose a French-ed up version. This one's said like are-YELL, I believe.
My friend and I both like this name. She likes it because of Carl Sagan and I because the sound. We both pronounce it SAY-gan the a in gan like the a in hand. The movie World War Z features a woman...
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May 23rd, 2013, 12:13 AM
What do you think of European double names? We all have heard of the Anne-Maries & Jean Pauls. These names are said together and usually stay together. Hyphen sometimes there, others not. Does the...
I personally like Loki, and I have read the Norse myths and know a bit of the comics. My Grandma even said she liked it. I wouldn't have a problem using it. I know of a comedian named Thor, and he...
A street name is where I got it from! :) I thought the "timber" part reminded me of a forest and I didn't even know/think about the rapper. I probably should Google names from now on. Timberland is...
I saw a street named this and thought it definitively has that "familiar but not quite average" feeling. Nameberry hasn't added it yet either. I thought if Caroline and Pomeline work, why not...
I was thinking about the trend towards occupational names like Mason, Archer, Booker, Painter, and Sailor. So I got thinking about Charlotte nicknamed Chuck on the TV show "Pushing up Daises" ( who...
how about Ambrose Depp (b) and Elspeth Libbey? nn Ellie Bee? (yes, I know Libbey is a nickname for Elizabeth)
I really like Inez, Cypress, and Katniss. Rosalyn is nice, it just has that popular -lyn ending I don't like.
May 4th, 2012, 11:57 PM
these are getting to be very neat. I really like Bram, Tresalie, and Poemira.
May 4th, 2012, 11:54 PM
I like Winona but it's still associated too much with Winona Rider.
April 28th, 2012, 10:54 PM
Cypress + Jack = Cypk (sie-pk)
I am not really naming a person. This is to see how the names go together. Maybe use it for a character in a short story of mine or another writing. I know a Johnathan too many for me. Also, I Google...
Alexis, Anais, Candice, => I don't like these b/c I don't like X's and Candice isn't unusual enough, and Anais would be pronounced wrong constantly.
Cypress, Katniss, and Tess are okay, but they're...
I do like:
Inez-(Ie-nezz or ee-nez?)
Nerys- really cute b/c it sounds like "near us" the way I say it.
Lourdes- I heart this one, but Madonna got to it be4 me :(...
I have fallen into another crush on John Mayer and Johnny Depp, thus their names as well. Has Johnny as a full name became too plain in the world of Aidens, Jadens, and Jack? I really like the...
April 23rd, 2012, 08:25 PM
Thank you gals/guys! thanks for your patience too.
Ramona- already using for another character!
Mona-too similar to Ramona
Josephine- I do like it, however I already used Josefine...
Oh! Thanks! I still like Zeniba better though. :) I think I would say Zin-no-bee-uh then, for Zenobia.
April 23rd, 2012, 07:56 PM
A plant and something majestic:
Your father's middle name and a relative's maiden name:
An Italian name and something you can eat:
April 22nd, 2012, 10:08 PM
It can begin with an O, not preferred though. It just needs the sound of the O saying it's name. The one's you suggested don't have the right sound. Orla and Oriel's first sound is Or-, Olympia,...
April 22nd, 2012, 09:15 PM
I was wondering if you could help me, my character needs a name that has the "o" sound, like the second O in Oreo. Where the O says it's name. I don't like popular or trendy names or names that seem...
April 16th, 2012, 07:56 PM
how about Phillipa + Tulip = Tulippa? or Jane + Rose = Rane? Jack + Cave = Jave? Jace? just take a regular name and pair it with an object. let's see who can come up with the best one! :) Go!
I watched the movie "Sprited Away" and I like their pronunciation much better, zen-ee-ba. Think how Alicia can be A-lee-sha as well as A-lee-see-uh. I would think the parents wanted something...
I find I like names that end in an S or Z sound or contain a S, but sounds like a z. For me and the way I say Mercedes (mer-say-deez). Is Mercedes too car related for a name now? I don't like Reece,...
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