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October 7th, 2014, 11:38 PM
Lyla - Lola
October 7th, 2014, 08:37 PM
I imagine an Eve Serenity Belle to be quiet, gentle, kind, and introspective. She loves nature and animals, and drawing and painting. I imagine a girl with wispy, messy-but-cute brown hair sitting on...
October 7th, 2014, 03:07 PM
While I would first think girl if I heard Winter, I think it works perfectly well for both genders. It's soft and gentle like a field of freshly fallen, untouched snow. I'd actually love to see...
October 7th, 2014, 02:49 PM
Koa is sweet and I like the meaning, but it reminds of me koalas too and I'm not Australian.
I agree with casilda- people constantly discover new names by hearing them on other people, characters...
My name is Lauren, and I actually haven't met that many. I've known far more Lauras (and far, far more Jennifers, Saras/Sarahs, Emilys, and Jessicas). People do constantly mishear it for Laura and...
October 7th, 2014, 02:42 PM
I agree it looks like fake French. Going by French pronunciation rules, it would be pronounced like "boo." It could work as a cute nickname but not a full name, and even then I'd just spell it Boo.
Snow is definitely usable as a fun, quirky middle! I love the sound of the name but hate snow (the white stuff) so would never use it myself. Taking from your signature, Persephone Snow and Cassandra...
October 3rd, 2014, 12:59 AM
All the first names are lovely and spunky, but I voted for Beatriz Tarsila because it has the best flow. The strong S and/or L sounds in the others make them a bit of a tongue twister with Tarsila....
I've known both male and female Quinns, so I think it works fine for either gender. Pairing it with a clearly masculine middle name, especially something traditional and familiar, will minimize...
September 30th, 2014, 03:53 PM
I would choose Matilda- classy, elegant, tons of history without being so traditional it feels commonplace. I read Neva as knee-vah too, like Neve with an A at the end.
It's totally usable to me. Spunky, fun, feminine but not frilly, and with the beautiful connections to the natural world you mentioned. It's unusual, i.e. rarely used as a name, but is a familiar...
September 27th, 2014, 05:13 PM
From what I can find online, he's just Chris Hemsworth. Wikipedia and IMDB are usually really good about listing famous people's middle names- I have a really long list of those, haha.
September 27th, 2014, 05:09 PM
So sorry to hear this, Dantea. You've done so well in staying strong despite so many challenges in your life, and you'll make it through this one too. Blessings to you and your family.
I grew up with Anne of Green Gables too and can see the appeal in Cuthbert, but it's a bit clunky for a first name to me, especially given its lack of historical usage as one. Davenport reminds me of...
I like the idea of naming after a Biblical character with an interesting story, but Melchizedek will be a nightmare for people to spell and pronounce. It is really out there; I would use it as a...
September 22nd, 2014, 04:05 PM
Wendy is cute and sweet, but it does seem a bit wispy. My first association was Peter Pan. The burger chain exists here but isn't that popular so I didn't think of it until a PP mentioned it. I like...
September 21st, 2014, 09:10 PM
I don't mi d Hector, but I prefer Henry. It's a timeless classic with so many great associations.
September 21st, 2014, 09:06 PM
I was going to suggest Summer, but a PP has already- the "su" from Suzanne and "mer" being close to the "Mar" in Mary.
That sounds amazing, Ren! Have a good time in Tokyo. :)
Solange has a deep, dark, mysterious vibe to me, a woman hiding secrets about her past. It feels elegant and regal, a touch exotic. My first thought was Solange Robillard, Ellen's late...
September 18th, 2014, 01:29 AM
My favourite is Alexander Henry. Classic but modern and spunky like Victoria and Olivia. Henry is a great name but feels a bit clunkier. Leo may be a bit too short with a one-syllable surname,...
September 16th, 2014, 01:23 AM
How are you pronouncing Ottilie? If it's the German oh-teel-ee-uh, it's not too close to Cecily. The English aw-til-lee would be too similar in sound and rhythm to me.
@Ebs- You're 15, right? In the US and Canada that would be grade 10, a sophomore in the US but we don't really use that term here.
FYI- the UK starts primary school a year earlier than the US,...
September 14th, 2014, 02:39 AM
I've never heard of Beatrice Arthur and had to look her up, so I think you're fine. I'm not sure Golden Girls will be popular enough in the future for that to be a problem. Beatrice is beautiful and...
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