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I prefer Emilia but I think Emma is a little better with Sophie and Lily.
Congrats to you and your family for the safe arrival of your second daughter, Evelyn Tirzah. Miriam and Evelyn are a gorgeous sister duo!
Barnaby and Rufus
Evander and Augustus
The Latinate Brothers
I would choose Jade because I don't like random y's added to names. I don't mind Devin or even Devon but your daughter would have to constantly spell Devyn for the rest of her life and that would...
One of my favourite brother duos are Felix and Jude so I think Felix and Judah are great together too!
Bronwyn is the Welsh MALE spelling so I do prefer Bronwen for a girl. I think your combo sounds fine.
Both names go well with Henry but I prefer the spunky Oliver.
April 12th, 2015, 11:33 AM
I would add Phoebe and Scarlett to your sibset.
2 Marisa (I like one "s" in this case)
I prefer Grayson because it's the more familiar spelling of the name. Greyson reminds me of Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, the racing dogs and Greyhound buses. :)
Lukiah is a name which "appears" to be a smoosh of Luke and Josiah but it actually may be African in origin. I've heard of a couple of women from Uganda and Zimbabwe with this name. Is the girl in...
Ada Emmeline and Lucy Marian would be my choice.
Silas Timberlake has a nice ring to it. A fine choice for a celebrity couple.
My favourite name with Daphne is Iris. I just think Daphne and Iris are just meant to sisters. From your signature, I like Winifred.
I would second what southern.maple has suggested. Perhaps you can do some investigation into both family trees to see if there is an unusual surname. I always think it's more meaningful to choose...
Congrats on your pregnancy and welcome to Nameberry! Anthea is a pretty name of Greek name that also has a British flair. From your short list, Vincent, Edgar and Simone would be suitable. Indigo...
I'm sure many couples who have children from previous relationships find themselves in the same boat as you so you're not alone. Your family is a blend of unisex/surnames (Teagan, Eden and Wesley),...
Pronunciation is based on the spelling.
Leila/Layla = lay
Laila = lay (English) or lah-ee-lah (Arabic)
Lela = lee
Lila/Lyla = lie
I love the name Veda. I would imagine her to be dark and exotic with a air of mystery to her. She would be artistic, creative and spiritual by nature. The name conjures up a somewhat sensual and...
I think Mavis is ready for a comeback. Many parents are choosing vintage names for their daughters so Mavis would fit right in. So yes, I would encourage you to dust her off and make her shine if you...
Some people live on in infamy due to their heinous crimes. Their names are forever linked with those atrocities. Adolph would be a heavy burden for any boy to bear so I would advise you to just say...
Here are some names from different cultures.
Congrats to you on the safe arrival of your second child, Luca Cristiano. A debonair combo!
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