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I agree with both sides, in a way. Personally, I only like established spellings, but how do they get that way unless they begin as creative?
The thing is... no one like to have their name...
I like the suggestions of Violet Camille and Vivienne Claire. I'll add Coralie since I love the sound of it. I do not care for Coraline.
The first time I heard this name it was the name of a young woman in her late teens/early 20's working in a retail store. She was so pretty with long auburn hair that curled at the ends and green...
I voted Atticus Miller but Hudson Jack was a strong second for me. The reason I didn't vote for Hudson is that I can easily see Hudson going to the girls. It's just a little too soft for my tastes.
Martina and Marianne.
March 9th, 2015, 09:00 AM
I voted positive because I love Cressida. I don't think the flow is quite right with Sonnet but it is workable. The only caveat I have is that when I mentioned Cressida to someone they said.... 'oh,...
I love your ear! I was looking at the names in your signature... Everly Wren, Twila Rose, Lyra Winter! All winners. I think Briar Fae is lovely. Avril Isolde leaves me cold.
I think something two syllable and soft in middle. Something like...
Not sure quite what...
February 26th, 2015, 09:12 AM
We gave our daughter Wren in the middle... which I love.
Stony (or spelled Stonie)
Anthem (sounds really good with a lot of names)
Scotland (fresher than Ireland and gives a nod to...
Dang it! I was going to say Regina but someone beat me to it.
February 26th, 2015, 09:01 AM
I have never met a Susanna. I have known many Susan's (mostly in their 40's) and one Suzanne (also in her 40's) but that's it. I like it. I don't love it. But I agree it is not polarizing and I...
February 23rd, 2015, 09:15 AM
Callista is the most wearable. I love Calypso and Callisto but I think they are a little out there. Calanthe sounds unfinished to me but I LOVE Calantha.
February 23rd, 2015, 09:13 AM
Thisbe (one of my fave short, cute names)
February 11th, 2015, 08:31 AM
How old is she? I think the long e sound is the most familiar English sound to most Asians. I've noticed a lot of Amy's and Tiffany's. I like Amalie out of the ones listed.
How about Ivy?
I vote Audrey for all of the aforementioned reasons, the greatest of them being the Roosevelt connection. It's just too odd.
February 10th, 2015, 02:20 AM
Don't forget Maple. That's also got that Southern vibe! :)
February 7th, 2015, 09:11 AM
I know someone who named her daughter Johnna (NOT Johanna) pronounced John-Nah. It's not my cup of tea but it's a pretty name. The father's name was John. I'm not sure why she wanted to so...
February 7th, 2015, 09:05 AM
I always look at the polls like this:
First, I look at only the first name. I eliminate any first names that don't work for me. Then I imagine I must name my child right this minute from the...
August (in the first position)
How about Utah Sky?
February 7th, 2015, 08:29 AM
I vote Winter. Starling does not age well, sounds too close to Stellan, and will be heard as Darling.
I do love the sound of Starling though. Maybe Darla?
February 7th, 2015, 08:16 AM
Anne has long brownish hair and is very thin. Maybe a few red highlights in that hair. Sweet but quiet and studious. Likes vintage things like lace hankeys but wears modern clothes in her day to...
February 6th, 2015, 05:15 AM
I like the name. However, I worked with a slutty tramp named Heidi. Sorry, just using anonymity to be brutally honest. Anyway, everyone in the office called her Heidi Ho... to her face! She...
I really love Ireland Grace. Since you like place names I will suggest a fave I have been saving:
I LOVE Scotland. It's recognizable but unique. It pays tribute to a Scottish...
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