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Maisie Genevieve and Theo August
March 26th, 2015, 10:51 PM
Sarina Doe and Sy Hawthorne
Sunniva (not pronounced the same but the letters are there)
Ingrid Sable, Poppy Genevieve, Nora Scarlett
Asher Joaquin, Declan Crosby.
Not sure if you wanted middles, but I still stand by the first names :)
Thank you everyone! Sorry I haven't replied yet!
From the feedback I'm getting I'm thinking that Poppy would be better as a pet name from the family rather than a full on nickname. Which I don't...
March 24th, 2015, 11:10 PM
17 years old. Long dark straight hair, very pale. Short, normal weight. Completely obsess with fantasy and TV shows. In university studying to be a director for movies. Very shy...
Rafferty Fox and Lorelei sound amazing together! My only qualm is Fox and Anne - Fox is unexpected and usual, whereas Anne is very much the 'typical' middle name. There's nothing wrong with Anne at...
Freya Delphine and Augustus Winter
I don't know how well it would go as a full on nickname. Would definitely be a cute pet name or name used while younger, or even an Uncle Izzy, but I can't really imagine it working on a teenager or...
@larkub101: There's a place called Olympia in Washington State? Huh. I didn't know that. I'm glad you like it though, it is beautiful! I hadn't thought about it's similarities to Olivia - that...
Recently came across this name and I think it's really lovely. Might be a little hard to wear in Australia, though? How wearable do you see it?
Also, do you think Poppy could work as a NN...
March 22nd, 2015, 09:00 PM
Poppy - my favourite name but don't think I could actually use it
March 22nd, 2015, 08:47 PM
Forgot to close this thread... oops :P
Thanks all! I think I'll just boycott Ah-stree... it obviously wouldn't work :P Thanks for all of your responses though :)
@xandraswede thanks for the...
Ariadne!!! Anneliese is pretty, yes, but Ariadne has that WOW factor. It shares the Greek origins of Penelope, which is cute.
Ari, Ada, Addy, Aria, Ri, Ria, Annie... that's all I can think of from...
Esther Apolline and Arthur Simeon
Old English-ish, or kind of back-in-the-day Britain. Well, that's the feel I get. Old fashioned, but not the type that's coming back into fashion these days. Old timely? Does that make sense?
March 22nd, 2015, 06:57 AM
Cvita is lovely! A bit of a tongue twister at first but I think after you used it a few times you'd get use to it. I agree with @sunniva, Cvita Melisende is gorgeous!
Poppy is very trendy in the England right now, so I suppose that counts. It's also fairly popular here in Australia, too, I think, but not quite trendy yet.
March 22nd, 2015, 12:57 AM
Ayumi - a Japanese name. It means something to do with "walking" or "walking your own way".
I know at least two Japanese people with this name.
March 22nd, 2015, 12:53 AM
G Poppy Soleil
B Walter Elio
B Vincent Orion
B Thorin Altair
G Juno Cosima
G Astrid Selena
G Eira Celeste
G Sylvie Seren
In a way, but who's going to go to every single name on here and add a pronunciation. You? It would be a lot of effort. Google, however, could certainly help those interested in pronunciations out,...
Aha, thanks everyone! Definitely going to keep it to the GP list now. Maybe it's less the name itself and more the character that makes me like it. Oh well. :D
I really like Hero, and I like Madeleine, but together it seems a little... off putting. They clash a lot to me, not in a good way but not necessarily in a bad way either. I just find it a little...
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