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Henry is grounded in tradition, although newly stylish again.
Sienna is more newly stylish.
Both are heavy on EN.
Some names that hit a middle ground and/or the EN trend:
Henry, Sienna, and...
November 20th, 2013, 05:19 PM
I voted Noele although I think you meant Noelle. Noel with the umlaut looks lovely but so many computers won't get it, people won't write it and to me without the umlaut it looks pretty masculine. ...
Marceline Matilda is cute - since you like alliteration - M is a really good letter for it : D. I do think 4 2, 2 4, 1 5, 5 1 rhythms often sound better than 3 3. Still, Marceline Matilda works...
November 18th, 2013, 07:26 PM
Like Felicity, Iris, and Ruth
Might want some tie in to the letter G, but not a G starting name
Like an alphabetic theme - might B work? Or skip to H?...
November 16th, 2013, 08:16 AM
I second the Sydney spelling. It's a fine option.
I also really like Zoe.
Taryn is kind of charming.
I like Zoe best as a name on its own. As a sibling to Mason and Brenna...I think all work...
Just running through some....
OK, bearing in mind I know little about the characters...
Alice - great name. But with your last name beginning with S avoid an S middle.
Amelia - also a great name.
Andromeda - very pretty and...
Oh yes and Bellatrix - I see the appeal but I would really keep it to the middle. Flow wise I think it only really works in Luna Bellatrix - but I like all the other Luna combos above better.
Hermione - nn Mione or Minnie - Great character, intersting nickname thought - I think this name will never fit in all that well and will kind of always be linked to the character : /. Personally, I...
November 15th, 2013, 05:58 AM
I love Naomi but am wondering if Veronica might be better here. 3+3 syllable counts (Naomi plus your last name) are sometimes difficult and 4+3 (Veronica plus your last name) might sound better.
Alaia (Ali) - pretty but kind of lightweight/sci fi. "Lay" : /. I would use.
Alessia (Essie) - pretty but "less"? I might assume Italian heritage.
Anastassia (Stassi) - Far prefer Anastasia. ...
I think both might be modern invented names, which means spell check will be unhappy with either. I prefer the look of Liviana. I think it's pretty, it reminds me of Livia, which has its history...
Sylvia / Sylvie / Silvia mean of the forest, if you like that tie in to Forrest. Silvia works well in Spanish.
Graciela would be a nice spanish name to incorporate Grace and the Ell element of...
I really love the name Anna. I think it's OK in your set. Do you ever call Addison Addie? If so would you ever call Anna Annie? Those two are really close. I think Alexis and Avery are both very...
November 14th, 2013, 07:22 PM
To me, Nova is more vintage than anything else. It has a bit of old lady charm. So that's very different from Nevaeh.
My dear female friend is Mars! It is a nickname on her but she uses it exclusively because she doesn't care for the full name. She generally gets a positive reaction. Mars Bar is a candy in the US...
November 14th, 2013, 07:03 PM
Ellis and Cora are both great names, and they are also pretty different from each other, so I like Roxie for being yet another style. I actually find Lena too close to Cora more so than Ellis...
Marnie has a certain old fashioned charm but is nicknamey. I'd prefer it as a nickname. I don't know the girls reference either.
November 11th, 2013, 06:53 PM
Welcome to little Emmeline! You chose well : D.
I think the Roman playwright negates some of the tribal Native American concerns...but does so more for boys than girls. I like the name better on a boy than a girl, the only Seneca I've ever known...
November 9th, 2013, 02:56 PM
Of your three, Adelina maybe. Adelaide is great but I feel tired of seeing it in forums a bit (don't know any in real life though) and "Laid" seems mildly problematic to me. Adelaine is pretty but...
November 9th, 2013, 02:54 PM
Ro? Huh? Maybe a cornrow connection? Row your boat? Robot? Can't think of anything that's not sort of innocuous and not really any worse than most names.
Caroline nn Callie is fine. Carrie and...
I love both names, and there's far worse out there, but the flow is not so great. 3-3 is usually hard with any names, and the repeated AB is a bit much.
Nora Lavender is really lovely. I'm struggling to think of a great name that connects to blue topaz but I'm sure there are some. Cora comes to mind as an immediate suggestion. Maybe Nola, Orla,...
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