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December 6th, 2013, 01:28 PM
I think Clementine is beautiful. And Clementine and Violet make adorable sisters
My favorites from your list are Clyde and Walden. I think they hit that balance of being familiar and easy to pronounce without being popular. And I think they both pair well with Fern. Especially...
December 3rd, 2013, 01:53 PM
December 3rd, 2013, 01:30 PM
I think Amelia is a beautiful name and in my opinion it's definitely top ten material.
A- Apolline/Araminta & Arthur/August
B- Beth & Bruno/Benjamin
C- Charlotte/Clementine & Charles/Collin
D- Daphne & Declan
E- Elowen & Evander
F- Florence & Frederick
G- Gwendolen & Gabriel
Sienna and April
Sienna and Aria
Sienna and Aspen
Sienna and Clea
Sienna and Day
Sienna and Eden
Sienna and Eve
Sienna and Faith
I actually think Cornelius is charming in a quirky way :) my favorite nn for itis Neil or Leo. And there's also Coro.
As for an alternative I would suggest...
November 21st, 2013, 04:04 PM
N- Noemie, Nora, Nola, Nova, Natalie
O- Ottaline, Ottilie, Olive, Odessa, Oriel
P- Philippa, Penelope, Prairie, Patience, Priya
Q- Quilla, Quitterie
R- Rose, Rosalind, Rosemonde, Regina, Ramona,...
November 20th, 2013, 04:30 PM
what about a name that would lend itself to Ian as a nn? Something like....
The sites I use have already been mentioned, but I'll remention them. Behindthename & nymbler are my go to sites. Behindthename seems to be really reliable when it comes to etymology and history and...
I second Agnes Lily!
November 20th, 2013, 02:56 PM
I'm so sorry to hear about your father, and I think using Arthur as a way to honor him is a wonderful idea. I always going for meaning over cohesion. And I don't feel Arthur stands out too much from...
Congratulations! Henrietta Jane is a beautiful name, and Hattie is adorable :)
You could use it as a nn for almost any name that has a strong 'ar' sound in it, like.....
Sorry for repeats.....
Bennett Asher and......
I really like Truett, until I say it out loud and it sounds like truant, not necessarily the best association. But if that doesn't bother you, then I think it's great.
If I met a little boy named Heathcliff I would assume his parents were huge fans of Wuthering Heights and/or Emily Bronte.
As for the name itself it's very tied to the character, to me it would...
I think it would make a cool retro nickname. Personally I find it a little insubstantial for a stand alone name. I would put it in the same category as Sally, Betsy, etc.
I'd consider using........
Okan (Depending on the pronunciation, I would consider it if it is pronounced 'oak-en')
Honey (as a nn for Honora)
Augusta is pretty, I prefer the simpler version Alexandra to Alexandria
My favorite A names would be....
November 18th, 2013, 06:10 PM
Elena & Felicity are beautiful names! I second the suggestion of Alice and I would suggest....
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