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November 20th, 2014, 12:25 PM
Sure thing! I'll work on some Claire combos!
November 20th, 2014, 11:54 AM
I think that since this may be your first girl, you should use a feminine name and stay away from unisex names with your girl names (after all this may be the only time you'll actually get to use a...
November 20th, 2014, 11:08 AM
I used to hate the name Mabel, but now I see it as a fresh vintage classic. For me though, it's more cutesy for my taste, so I wouldn't use, but I'd love to see it being used!
I never watched Mad...
November 20th, 2014, 11:04 AM
Aurora was the first thing that came to mind, then these came to mind:
Elora (Ah - Lor - Ah)
Glad for all these comments, I was starting to get worried by seeing a few characters with this name -- it was starting to make me think it had gone trendy. Sebastian is such a handsome name that...
Recently I have been thinking about the name Sebastian. At first I didn't like the name because it reminded me too much of Sebastian from My Little Mermaid, but as I began to hear the name used on...
I'm going to suggest keeping the name discussion just between you and your SO, it seems that outside people are causing too much stress for you which can cloud your naming judgement.
For girls, I...
Just to answer you question about the initials of LFJ: I think LFJ is a perfectly fine set of initials, and Levi Frederick is a great name combo!
I'm glad that you like some of my suggestions. On a sidenote, I do think that Annabeth would make for a good middle name. In my opinion, names like Annabelle could open up the use of Annabeth. I say...
I know Levi is getting more popular these days because of Matthew McConaughey named his son Levi, but I love the name Levi more than the name Lucius. Levi is both strong, energetic, and I can't help...
Miyoko (nickname Mia)
Chie (means "Blessed with wisdom" and is pronounced as: chee EH)
Risa (means "Sand of the Village" in Japanese)
Coralie is a perfectly perfect name and I don't think it sounds made up at all. I think Coralie and Jameson sound fine together.
I think that since Coralie is 3 syllables long, the middle name...
Roxana doesn't sound like and old name, and since you're not too into "feminine" names I say Roxana fits the bill. It's not my cup of tea, mostly because I dislike the nickname Roxie, but you seem to...
I like the combo Maeve Irene the best, Maeve Juno sounds a bit off to me, though both name combos do sound perfectly usable and I don't think you could go wrong with either combo.
Hello, I'm updating my name list and I could use a few suggestions. My criteria are names that work for both English and Spanish speakers. I'm also not a fan of really "energetic" names like Diego.
Just wanted to give me two cents here because I love your naming style (Viola is also on my name list as well).
Raphael- I'm a bit biased here because my boyfriend is named Rafael, but I really do...
Greek Names that Has Ties to Nature:
Circe - Greek Meaning is "bird" and it has ties to Greek mythology as well
Thea - Greek meaning is "godly," and Thea was the Titan of sight and of the shining...
I would just like to say that I to love the name Claudia, it has been on my top list of Best Names for a long time now. That being said, I to like a name with a good meaning and "lame" isn't the best...
I don't understand why names has to "go" in a sibset, and I'm not sure why Molly "goes" better with Lauren than Eliza does. I say picking the best name for your individual baby is the best way to go...
Eliza Jane just sounds classic and fresh at the same time. I love Eliza Jane by far!
Oakley and Aria are the only names I like, the other ones just look strange to me.
Here's some other suggestions.. You seem to like short, cutesy names so this is what I'm going to keep in mind:
November 10th, 2014, 03:26 PM
I prefer Theodora, it's classy, fresh, and unique.. While Dorothy is in the Wizard of Oz's shadow a bit. So I like Theodora just because it's a fantastic stand alone name that isn't over-powered by a...
November 10th, 2014, 03:20 PM
I prefer the Eloisa spelling loads better, Eluisa looks clunky and strange to me... When I first saw Eluisa I thought it was just a typo.
Eloisa is BY FAR my favorite, it has such a musical and romantic feel to it while the other names has a bit of clunkiness to it in my opinion.
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