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August 26th, 2013, 06:36 PM
Wow, some great names there. My top five, in order:
Love those, though I'm not especially sure on how to pronounce Vionnet. Either way, I...
August 26th, 2013, 06:23 PM
I don't think so. It's a lovely name and the book is lovely too. I personally prefer Georgiana over Georgina. Actually, I know a Georgiana who goes by Ana-Claire, so Ana is an awesome nickname as...
I don't particularly like it much as a first name, but I think paired with a more original first name it would make a beautiful middle. Something like Acantha Mary, maybe.
Nice to meet you, Aubrey.
Think: Aubrey is quite dated, and Emmelyn is too unique for me.
Meet my daughter, Amelie Luciana.
August 6th, 2013, 09:12 AM
Arya- Pretty, but I do prefer Aria. Perhaps too frilly for Archer?
Adeline- LOVE this. Adeline and Archer sound great together.
Cleo- I do think Clio looks more streamlined, but other than that I...
July 30th, 2013, 09:17 PM
Thanks so much. I'm considering Eva, Alina, and Lucy now. I've crossed out Emma and Zoe so that leaves four! Yay! Thanks. :)
July 30th, 2013, 11:09 AM
I'm a writer on fictionpress, and I'm currently in the midst of developing a story. Anyway, the main character is a girl with the last name Kaminski.
It is a high school character, so I need...
July 30th, 2013, 10:05 AM
Wow, such long replies. For me, Lucinda is a bit heavy. I would imagine it hard to carry around, although Lucy lightens it up considerably. If you're not sure, maybe Lucienne?
Primrose is such a...
Well, I think that the having both names end in -ly or -lie would be too cutesy and similar, if you know what I mean. Out of the names you suggested, I think Lucy or Violet would be best.
1.Adelaide- y, though I do like Adeline more
2.Agatha- n, slightly old-fashioned. Maybe Agnes, though I know that's old-fashioned too :)
3.Antonia- y, I think someone could pull it off
July 29th, 2013, 05:03 PM
From the names you already mentioned:
November 6th, 2012, 09:18 AM
Margaux Agathe and Seraphine Lilie
I know a girl named Frances, and it's really starting to grow on me. Frances Apple is cute, what about Frances Lark?
Zora is beautiful. As a pp said, I slightly prefer Zorah, but they're both fantastic. I think it could work because if its similarity to Nora, Cora, Flora, etc. Especially since the letter Z has been...
November 1st, 2012, 05:51 PM
Wow, your list is fantastic! My favorites are Circe, Melusine, Peridot, Vesper, and Thalassa. Some though, while beautiful, I fear may not last long in the real world. Maybe as middles they could...
Such a beautiful name! Congratz a ton for your precious babe!
I don't really know. Maybe she used a username that already existed? Or password? I'm not sure, maybe it is just a "confused software" thing. Good luck to your friend!
October 31st, 2012, 11:26 AM
Ames Julian and Moses Jake
Clara Amelie and....
Say: Hi there, Winnie!
Think: I like Winslet or Winifred much better.
Meet my daughter, Freya Catherine.
What do you think of Xanthe? How is it pronounced? I first read it as zan-thee, but I may be wrong. I think Xanthe is gorgeous though! Sorry if this post is so short.
October 31st, 2012, 10:36 AM
Nicholas is handsome enough, but I much prefer Niccolo.
Say: Hello.... Jireh?
Meet my daughters, Antonia Faye and Carina Plum.
Thank you berries! I have narrowed it down a bit to these:
Scarlett (I love its dramatic mood)
Khione (goddess of snow)
Thank you so much!
Any one? Please. I notice that my threads never get much replies, just realized that, haha. Thanks people!
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