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Leviathan? The parents must have been huge Hobbes fans.
Honestly, when I first say Ciara I thought it was pronounced see-arr-uh, too. If you don't plan on living in the UK or Ireland, I think you should be okay.
December 9th, 2013, 10:30 PM
Other nicknames for Serafina/Seraphina could be: Fifi, Rina, Saff, Saffie
December 9th, 2013, 10:29 PM
Nicknames for Elodie: Lolo, Dee, Di-di.
Clara and Aurelia have very different styles. Emery and Aurelia almost seem to run together.
Serafina fits wel, but I vastly prefer the Seraphina spelling.
December 9th, 2013, 10:02 PM
Rosaline, by far.
December 9th, 2013, 09:43 PM
Georgia, Charlotte, Gemma and Hanna are all light-haired to me (either light brown, blonde or ginger).
That being said:
December 9th, 2013, 09:20 PM
I adore Iris, but paired with Meadow it sounds like you're describing a flower field and not a child.
Lucia Felice has always been a favorite combo of mine. I also like Lucia Leonora, Lucia Cerise, and Lucia Seraphine.
First thing that came to mind was Wilhelmina (in your style) nn Willa (for him).
Philomena nn Mena
Magnolia nn Nola
Theodora nn Thea, Dora
December 9th, 2013, 09:08 PM
Agnes - Generally a little stuffy, but the right whimsical child could brighten it up. I love the nn Ness.
Alethea - Pretty, I like nn Thea.
Alexandra - Doesn't feel as special as some of the...
Christian "Kit" is absolutely fabulous.
Samuel is the winner to me. Samuel Owen or Samuel Joseph would be my pick.
December 9th, 2013, 01:51 AM
I like Asher in other languages, but in English it sounds an awful lot like "someone who ashes," the issue with that being that you can't "ash" something. Archer just sounds so dashing to me, even...
Beckett - nn Beck is adorable.
Holden - but now that esrever mentions it, I see it too.
Alexandra - not bad, but this name really saw its day in the sun back in the early 2000s/late 90s. I tend to prefer Alexandria.
Amara - not a fan.
Amari - never heard of this one before. Not a...
Marlo and Drew are both boys' names to me. Paisley is a fabric pattern.
Aspen isn't my style, but is definitely the best of your options.
December 9th, 2013, 12:15 AM
Magdalen - MAG-duh-len
Magdalene - MAG-duh-leen
Magdalena - mag-duh-LAY-nuh or mag-duh-LEEN-uh
December 9th, 2013, 12:03 AM
Clara, Maisie, Violet
Dropped: Phoebe, all of the Phoebes I've met have been very dull.
Lachlan, Matthew, Oliver, Jonathan, Daniel, Lewis, Adrian, Declan, David, Finn, Harrison, Callum, Ian,...
December 8th, 2013, 11:01 PM
I didn't get the Killian beer connection and adore Stella (they make a dashing combo!) and encourage you not to nix it for that reason alone.
I always thought it was pronounced izz-luh, but since I've been told it's eye-luh. I'm not a huge fan either way.
December 8th, 2013, 10:07 PM
Eldrid - Not my style, but not bad.
Godfrey - definitely a big name for a small child. I'd be a little concerned about the lack of nickname options should little Godfrey dislike his name (it's sort...
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