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Why do little girls have to be pretty??? Women and girls can be strong, intelligent, witty, smart, clever, fierce or anything else...so shouldn't names for girls reflect that? it seems like your...
September 17th, 2013, 09:26 PM
Thanks for your thoughts; I have added it to my list!
September 15th, 2013, 11:01 PM
Was reading the Pretty in Pink blog on here last week which mentioned Noa as the most popular girls name in Israel and I LOVE IT! I have never heard either Noa or Noah used for a girl before and...
August 8th, 2013, 09:48 PM
G- Hazel Hilary
B- Sullivan Webster
B- Luca Adam
B- Ian Ray
G- Bree Helen
G- Liza Mae
G- Astrid Louise
G- Cleo Siobhan
Fantasy family is 2 boys and 2 girls
May 29th, 2013, 03:54 AM
Sparrow - Not a big fan of this choice. Not sure if I could take a 'Sparrow' seriously
Coraline - Didn't like the book, which unfortunately put me off the name
Emmeline - No, too clunky ...
Evie on its own would be number one though!
May 6th, 2013, 11:21 PM
Love so many of the names listed...but wouldn't use a lot of them. I have such a hard time finding girls names that I like. My future baby boys are named already...if my fiance and I have girls...we...
May 4th, 2013, 07:14 AM
Sloane! I don't get why people like this name!!!
Also don't like Sawyer for a girl.
Also, Sienna/Siena and Sierra I dislike.
And Lily, Lila, Leila....ugh!
My fiance had decided that he loves the name Louise. He has agreed to let me use my favourite boys name (Sullivan) if we can use Louise if we ever have a girl which is fine because I like it as well....
Ireland- Quite like it but, depending on where you live/ visit it will be pronounced differently. For example in in Australia you wouldn't hear the R sound, so it would be pronounced like 'island'....
My fiancee is totally set on the name Louise for a future daughter (which is fine because I am refusing to negotiate when it comes to boys!). However, neither of us can come up with a middle name. We...
September 9th, 2012, 08:00 PM
The point of changing a woman's last name when she married was actually traditionally to show that the 'ownership' of her had moved from her father to her husband. If you are 'uniting as one...
Not so much that his accent makes any names sound bad....but my fiance is American and I am Australian...so we pronounce names differently. We both love the name Asher, but have taken in of our list...
Coming up with a story is easy....finding the right names is hard.
I need help with a few names:
Female name with any of these meanings; chosen/chosen one, victory/victorious, special....
July 19th, 2012, 12:33 AM
I didn't mean a gender based double standard if that is what you mean. Just a double standard in terms of some names remaining perfectly acceptable while others a cast aside as being a pop culture...
July 18th, 2012, 09:07 PM
If I had to take all the names off my list that had some kind of pop culture reference.... I wouldn't have a list left! Think of all the names ever that have been used in books, movies or tv or...
Thanks all! Some great variety there! Much appreciated!
I know everyone on nameberry LOVES to suggest names! So here we go.
My favourite boys names, which my fiancee and I both love, are Luca, Sullivan and Elijah. If we have a boy in the future we are...
July 9th, 2012, 09:15 PM
Boy Single Names:
Avalon- I find it a bit feminine, but its cool anyway
Bane- don't like....could be the 'bane of my existence' link
Blaze- not a fan....can't imagine a lawyer, doctor of...
July 8th, 2012, 08:55 PM
A - Adam and Audrey
B - Beau and Beth
C - Campbell and Chloe
D - Donovan and Dorothy
E - Elijah and Eliza
F - Fletcher and Fallon
G - Gable and Greta
H - Heath and Hazel
I - Ian and Isobel
July 7th, 2012, 11:24 PM
Mackenzie Faith- Not sure if I love Mackenzie....but Faith is a great middle name choice
Natalie Faith- Natalie is very mainstream where I live.
Audrey Faith- Very nice, classy and gorgeous
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