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Griffin, Hadley, Jordan, Lily, Margaret, Maya, Morgan, Stella, Violet (can even add a flower-y sub-theme if you want!)
F: Hadley, Morgan, Ellis, Ellery, Grey
So many suggestions! Keep them coming!
What are your favorite B names these days? The ones you hear the most in your neck of the woods? I'm looking for any style, any origin, any length or sounds. Even unisex names are okay, though we can...
April 22nd, 2015, 06:55 AM
Maggie is my favorite, but I think that Frankie could stand well on its own as well, and it has so much spunk. I also like Daisy (even though it's almost too frilly for me some days) and Callie. I...
April 17th, 2015, 10:10 AM
Astrid for sure, but I'm also in love with the uplifting meaning of happiness and good fortune I found for Auður.
There are probably more, but off the top of my head, those two are the first.
April 14th, 2015, 04:57 PM
Emily or Emma
Lily or Olivia
Olivia or Isabella
Amelia or Ava
Isla or Mia
Isabella or Emily
Ava or Abigail
Sophie or Madison
Nora, Lyla and Isla for the girls, Graham and Isaac for the boys, Paxton/Mason if you don't like to repeat the IS in Isla and Isaac.
What about... (sorry for any repetitions!)
@dantea: Congratulations! All the best for a future in writing books! :D
@mizukuni: Finishing stories is the hardest part. You need determination and a little bit of masochism as well. If you...
Giacomo? It's the Italian version of Jacob, though, not John. If we want to go international, John in Italian is Giovanni, so the nickname for that is out, just like José for the Spanish version....
March 30th, 2015, 07:38 AM
Top choice: Langston
Hugh, Grey (I honestly prefer this to Gray), Clyde, Miller are in some of my lists, and I'm warming up to them; Dario for my Italian roots; Xavi as a nickname; Denzel as GP.
March 30th, 2015, 06:31 AM
Astrid wins the podium, hands down.
Soft spots for: Liv, Penny and Tess (more as nicknames than full names), Giada, Gwen, Cristina, Judith maybe even Ireland and India, though those definitely go...
My vote goes to Harrison Quinn. I'm not a fan of Quinn, though it fits well with Harrison. I like Weston more, but I agree that it clashes a little with Harrison, since they have the same ending. But...
March 14th, 2015, 07:30 AM
Looks like from your list that you like Italian names, another good one? Lorenzo. A ton of Italian names end in O, I'd say most of them; off the top of my head: Matteo, Tiziano (like the painter),...
March 14th, 2015, 07:06 AM
Boston (too close to -son?)
March 8th, 2015, 09:08 AM
I'm Irene, and trust me, it looks international and I love that it's easily recognizable in every country, but as far as pronunciation goes? Not so easy. While I'm for my English teachers, I'm...
March 8th, 2015, 08:52 AM
Sylvie Annabel - lovely, very feminine but not too frilly, Sylvia Annabel would have even a stronger impact in my opinion, though the double A might impact flow a little, but still Sylvie paired with...
Clara Margaret, I like it even more than Clara Pearl.
February 7th, 2015, 09:52 AM
Florence Rose or Florence Bay are both really nice names. Matilda Fleur is another great one, the others are not part of my naming style, though the only combo that doesn't sound quite smooth to me...
February 2nd, 2015, 12:31 PM
I think it's not a matter of what tool or program you use, but about the time you invest on writing. Set aside fifteen minutes a day, heck, even 10, when you think about nothing but writing. You jot...
Alice: It sounds spunky both in Italian (my native language) and English, plus it's international
Anna: So simple, so easily recognizable, and I guess a little underused...
It's multicultural, easy to pronounce, and can welcome a pretty daring middle name. I think it pretty much has all the qualities that make a good name. Of course it might come out as a little too...
So happy for you Dantea! Whoop whoop! [I know, pretty delayed excitement, but I'm still excited for you!]
October 13th, 2014, 07:01 AM
E all the way!
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