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These aren't my style, but are these names established names? Nameberry doesn't give much info on them, so I'm just curious! What are your thoughts on them?
February 28th, 2014, 01:15 AM
I like a lot of the names on your list! Especially Josephine and Aurelia :) I was just thinking that if you like Nina and aren't opposed to it being a nickname, you could use a formal name like:
I second the suggestion if Ruby... So adorable!
From your list, I like Naomi the best. Rachel might fit the subset the best but I like how Naomi is different, actually.
I like Elsa Valentine! That's so adorable.
Also, Blair is a wonderful name if you want to reconsider... It just happens to be mine :) However, maybe you both would like Claire or Clara?
Felicity & Clement
Maeve & Laurence
Josephine & Frederick
Genevieve & Callum
I know they aren't all French names but I think try are cute pairs! Feel free to mix & match of course :)
I think it is a great way to honor a Mary Ann... And I LOVE it! Maren is definitely my preferred spelling.
My vote is for Anna... But I do think I would go with the Ana spelling. I used to love Evangeline but I now know too many little girls with the name! And I prefer nn Evie (ee-vee) to Eva.
Personally, I would pair Skyla with a non-word name. Maybe:
Skyla Mireille (love this combo!)
My younger sister is Perri and she loves her name. I think the Perry spelling is just fine but an -i or -ie ending does look more feminine.
I've never met a male under 40 named Perry, just...
February 23rd, 2014, 11:27 PM
Aurelia Claire definitely gets my vote... I just love it!! Aurelia doesn't sound like orally at all and I think most people would pronounce it correctly. I really like the mn Claire.
Bristol Christina Crosby
Brooke Christina Crosby
Gwyneth Christina Crosby
Paige Christina Crosby
Evelyn Christina Crosby
Evangeline Christina Crosby (nn Eva)
Marilyn Christina Crosby
Juliet Christina Crosby
I tried to look thru the last post so I'll try not to repeat but I probably will, lol. Here's my thoughts:
Noelle Christina Crosby
Gabrielle Christina Crosby
Abigail Christina Crosby
February 23rd, 2014, 12:20 PM
I have a Felicity too, and I think of it as classical but unusual... Sohere are my suggestions:
Therese (nn Tess)
Maybe Charles, nn Cash, or Cole instead of Colt? Other suggestions: Holden, Wilder, Walden, Quincy (nn Quin)
I like Maxie Lucia! I also like Maxie Lucille... Similar but a little easier to say and flows well :)
I really like Maxie Marie or Maxie Maria... I know they are kind of matchy but the sounds are different! Other suggestions:
I was trying to think of names that fit with Elizabeth/Ella, so here is what I came up with:
Claire Grace (or Blair)
Seraphina Grace (nn Sera... S, I know)
Katherine Grace (nn Kate)...
Which do you like better out of Alyona and Noemi? What do you think of both? I think of exotic but not too far out there... Any other names you can think of in that category?
December 12th, 2013, 02:38 AM
I definitely think boy if I hear Sawyer!
How about Felicity? I also like Francesca!
I would use Temperance as a first name so I would definitely use it as a middle!
I immediately thought Vivienne or Viviette because of the sound, and Cosette for both sound and literary meaning. Other suggestions: Eulalie (used by Charlotte Bronte in The Professor), Viola...
I like the feminine and flowery mns... Especially Mirabel and Seraphina!
October 20th, 2013, 01:29 AM
How about Lilou? It is a French version of Lillian and I think it's adorable! It wouldn't work with Flowerdew though.
Other names: Annika, Sabrina, Elodie, Maisie
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