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I like Emmeline (Emm-uh-line) nn Emme with Atticus Kael. My other favorite from your list was Rhys William. Lachlan or Declan William Forr--- are very handsome too. Elspeth nn Elsie for a girl was...
July 20th, 2014, 10:20 PM
Azula, Indira, and
July 19th, 2014, 05:49 PM
What about Klara, Theo, and Eve Mathilda?
July 19th, 2014, 04:06 PM
July 19th, 2014, 11:17 AM
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I agree with the comments above-- Marshall is a sturdy name that needs something strong to balance it. If you really like the -E ending sound: Audrey, Dorothy, Lucy, Phoebe, Zoe. For the E- names:...
July 19th, 2014, 11:03 AM
Klara, Theo, and Eliza is the best sibset from your list-- all short, classic names. The -A ending on the mns though don't make them the best for combining with your fn list. What about Eliza...
Walter and Dorothy would be a great sibset! Other suggestions:
I like Edith best especially if you are going with Edie as a nn. Emmalyn is nice, but I like Edith better with Faye. You could use Edith Emmalyn as a fn-mn though if you really want to use it.
July 17th, 2014, 11:30 PM
These are both kind of over-the-top so it's hard to think of what would match. She seems to like X, so what about:
Yes-- I think it's great and should be revived! If you wanted a nn other than Lori, you could use Lainey or Rainey-- I like them more.
I do like Faye and June, but Edith is not used as much so I'd probably pick it as the less common name. What about Edith June as a fn-mn?
July 17th, 2014, 11:14 PM
I picked Clara for some of the same reasons noted above. What about Clara Maelianne, Clara Marianne, or Clara Mirabel?
From your list, I like Amelia and Emma best (but Emma might not work if your ln is Th---son). Josephine nn Josie is awfully nice-- maybe Josephine Sophia T?
Some other possibilities:
With Anna Sophia, I like Eva Celeste best. The flow and the sense of each name are similar.
Before I saw your list, I was thinking Ada or Adele. What about Ada Noelle or Adele Noemi? Some other names you might like: Aurora, Nora, Lenore, Leonie, Nadia, or Natalie.
July 17th, 2014, 05:42 PM
With Noah and Eli, I like Zoe best with Mira in second place. What about Zoe Mira as the combination? Alternatively, Zoe Lina to honor your grandmothers? Best wishes!
I would use Rose or some variant (Rosalie, etc.), especially as you are honoring a family member.
July 16th, 2014, 11:03 PM
My first thought was Millicent nn Milly/Millie-- Sullivan, Cecily, and Millicent; or Gilbert nn Gil/Gib-- Sullivan, Cecily, and Gilbert (I admit that while I think having boys named Gilbert &...
I pronounce it like Leaf-- I think it's a good name and would use it as long as you don't mind the pronunciation issues.
July 14th, 2014, 09:46 PM
Another vote for Clark here too for the reasons others have already given. A suggestion is to think of something that combines the two in a way or has a similar feel to them or is 2nd best to you...
Yes-- it's a classic, simple, and feminine.
You've got fairly traditional names so I'd say continue in that same vein. I think 3 syllable names for the sisters would work well too.
Some possibilities if you want to continue with the -L...
Here are a few more possibilities:
Eloise - Lois, Louise, Lorraine, Elsa, Avis, Rohais
Annie - Annika, Annelise, Anne
Jovie - Ruby, Sylvie, Lavinia, Jubilee, Joyce, Evie, Evelyn
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