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November 21st, 2014, 02:22 AM
I like Theresa, Anneliese, and Eloise. I think a three syllable name sounds best. Would you rather honor a family member or simply pick a pretty name? Anneliese and Eloise share some sounds, and...
Everyone uses Grace, but I almost never hear Faith. I vote Marina Faith.
November 21st, 2014, 02:15 AM
Alexandria over India, but both combinations kind of feel like descriptive phrases - the autumn sky of India, or the city of Alexandria. I would suggest Alexandra Autumn Skye or Indira Autumn Skye,...
Ada and Martha feel like apple pie and freshly churned butter, gingham and window boxes full of flowers. Ada and Marta feel like wooden clogs, braided hair, and snowy Swiss mountains. I think they...
I'm going to be the odd one out here, but I don't like it. It seems whiny and incomplete, and it sounds kind of nasal to me. It makes me think of 'meh' and 'feign' and neither of those are good.
I usually say ROZZ-uh-lind, but I think ROSE-uh-lind is pretty as well. However, for Rosamund, it comes out ROSE-uh-mund.
I don't imagine this is only a matter of preference, but also accents...
November 11th, 2014, 06:30 PM
Neysa/Neesa is a little confusing (pronunciation, spelling, origin) and seems kind of off the wall next to Levi and Max. Both your boys' names are familiar enough to be common but not crazily...
I love your niece's name, but I have to say, I was actually surprised at how nice this list is. I am not fond of Ryken, Jaydelynn (really?) Sicily, etc, but at least for the most part they're all...
I would absolutely think of Harry Potter, but I wouldn't cringe at the name. I think it's rather daring and charming, paired with a very Romanian surname. I like the meaning a lot, and if I had any...
November 10th, 2014, 01:21 AM
If you had to name your baby after _______ what would he/she be called?
A mythological figure: Ariadne
If you had to name your baby after a favourite literary character?
If you had...
Not a big fan of it as a first name - it just sounds too short for my taste. However, Swann is a family surname for me, so it fits right into my idea of having family/friend honor names in the middle...
I like Romy as a nickname for Rosemary, Rosamund, or Rose-Marie (or even a Rose first name with an M middle name?). I'm not a fan of Romy alone, but I don't think it's terrible, I just only think of...
I am not a Sarah, but I'm in a similar situation - my SO loves Sara, after his grandmother, but I have vetoed it.
Sarah has a lovely meaning, a pretty sound, a lot of history, and it's simple to...
Let's say you decide on Annabelle Kae King. Most people will know her as Annabelle King, or just Annabelle, or Ms. King, or maybe Annabelle K. King (which could easily be Katherine or Kylie or any...
I love it! I feel like I never, ever hear it used, which makes me like it even more. However, I'm very picky and I would only use it if the child was born in the springtime or if the season had a...
Looks like you have a smart name (Maven) and a nautical name (Seager) so I'd go with a musical name for #3:
I'd go with something fairly literal and not too...
November 8th, 2014, 02:12 PM
I would not want to be named Dorigen, and I wouldn't advise any of my friends to name their babies Dorigen. It's not terrible, but it's unfamiliar, its pronunciation is up in the air, and I'm not...
I prefer Anouk, only because I am really not a fan of Ottilie. However, I LOVE Odette. I think Odette and Anouk, or Ingrid and Odette, would be sweet sisters.
Agreed with opheliaflora - to me, they are the same style and go great together. Despite Penelope's rising popularity, I think of it as a slightly offbeat, musical, mythical, ancient, princess name,...
October 28th, 2014, 11:59 PM
It took me a second to figure that one out - I never watched the show, but my best friend in high school was obsessed. That being said, I don't think most people would even pick up on that. I say go...
I like Elizabeth more with Natalie than Genevieve. Genevieve feels very frilly and romantic to me, while Elizabeth and Natalie are both solid, classic, pretty names. The middle names are lovely as...
I think it's a great combination, and I think Eloise flows really well with all the one-syllable surnames I could think of, like Eloise Hall, Eloise Brown, Eloise Jones, Eloise Wills...
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