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I've mentioned before that I'm TTC and my partner is Anglo but grew up in Bangladesh, and has a sister with an Indian name. I lived in India for a bit, as well - so we're thinking...
As a Scottish lass, I couldn't help buy notice you have Isla on your list (and a lot of names ending in 'a').
Some of the top girls names in Scotland are unpopular elsewhere, and are quite similar...
November 23rd, 2013, 10:37 AM
Out of your names, I like:
- Isabel (Though I prefer it as Ysabel)
I wouldn't consider Ella/Scarlett/Blair/Everly to be very sophisticated, but...
Here are some stand out names from Models1's current female roster!
A friend just had a baby called Faustina.
I considered Lotus! Personally, I would choose Padma, Kamala, or Nalini over Lotus, which are all variations of the lotus flower in Sanskrit. I think that the Lotus is a beautiful flower to be named...
November 3rd, 2013, 02:07 PM
Noa is my favourite Hebrew girl name!
October 31st, 2013, 11:47 PM
Girls: Juno Skye (nn Noa) & Ever Magnolia
Boys: Moses Coltrane & Phoenix Alexander
October 31st, 2013, 11:36 PM
Girl: Juno Skye (nn Noa)
Boy: Malachi August (nn Mal)
I love the suggestion of Tallulah! I have always wanted a Juliet with the nickname Lulu.
Thank you for all of your help guys. Middles are difficult!
My partner and I are ttc.
I have fallen in love with the first name Juno.
I am having trouble selecting potential middles from this list.
Wow! Thank you!!
I'm trying to come up with a girls name that honours an Evangeline. I know that a lot of people like Evangeline, but I'm not super keen on it. Also, two of my friends from high school...
Thanks! We'll keep it on the list then :]
My partner is from Asia and we're thinking of using an Indian or Bengali name for a child - we're TTC. His older sister (also Anglo) is called Indira and pulls it off beautifully, so I'd like to try...
April 16th, 2013, 04:36 PM
As far as girls go, have you thought about Noa? It's Hebrew - and very popular in Israel. I like it because it has a short kick like the Scandinavian Siri - a variation of the Hebrew Sarah/Sarai.
I know an Adelaide with the nickname Adi. I personally prefer the 'Adi' spelling to 'Addy' or even 'Addie'. I think it's a bit more modern looking than the other two. She's about 25, so I think it...
It seems like Milo has become a lot more trendy lately. My step-grandfather is from Croatia and is called Milo. Because of that, I can see it working for a person of all ages. It wasn't until I had a...
April 16th, 2013, 03:49 PM
I think Elinor works exceptionally well with Josef. I actually think that Elinor looks a lot better than Eleanor considering the spelling of her big brother's name.
'Josef & Elinor' look great...
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