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So what do you think of Aubrey on a boy?
It's nice on a boy. I don't live anywhere near a place where it's being used at all, so the only associations I have are celebrities and they're not strong...
I prefer just Alexei, however, I always get a rather Russian vibe from it so it does look a bit off with your favourites.
I'd still use it because I've read way too many threads on name regret on here and I might never have another boy.
Audrey Kate - Audrey is lovely, Kate is expected (for some reason especially in this combo)
Kira Tegan - I think you would have to spell Tegan, Teagan to get at least a shot at the pronunciation;...
Lila. Lily has been done 38273676236624837642 times- in every country!
I'm not a big fan. It doesn't have much personality to me which is something I need from names to excite me.
However, this might also be positive as I can see Mia fitting almost everyone because of...
These are my favourites with your kids' names:
I liked quite a few others but crossed off those that would be too similar for my taste (names...
I wouldn't recognize them as Spanish names. Spanish names to me are those that are mostly used in Spanish-speaking countries or communities, Isabel and Eva are both very international names.
I'm not sure how Ima is pronounced, I would have said EE-ma just by looking at it but that could be wrong.
I do like Ida and have her in one of my combos as a middle name since I love it so much...
November 21st, 2014, 09:10 PM
@emsky thank you. I'm not sure which one I love more which is why I'm asking :)
I like Emma better. I feel like Emily has been used so much for the past years, that it just feels overdone.
Emma, while also popular, is more timeless to me. There might be thousands of Emmas out...
November 21st, 2014, 07:01 PM
Emmeline/Emmaline - Emme-line / Emma-line both with -line endings though Emme- has more of an -eh sound while Emma- has an a sound
Lucia - loo-see-a
Clara - clah-ra
Madeleine/Madeline - Mad-len /...
November 21st, 2014, 12:29 PM
So I've rated yours too, I'm not sure if something changed? I'm just going to say how I like them together even if you didn't ask for that, okay?
I think Mirabelle and Juliette go together really...
November 21st, 2014, 12:05 PM
Anyone else? Just saying which one you prefer (and why) would be great, the hypothetical question isn't that important.
November 20th, 2014, 10:13 PM
Since I've rated yours more than once now maybe we should include something like "if you rated my signature already than rate these sibsets, combos on flow, etc.", something more specific?
November 20th, 2014, 06:29 PM
Thank you both!
It's nice to get some opinions on my hypothetical question.
August is OW-goost (ow as in owl, the oo in goost is short), like this:...
For me it's boys' names with -y and girls names with -ie, especially when it's the full name and not just a nickname.
However, there are some exceptions, like Charlie, Alfie, Archie, Ollie which...
I think that the company shouldn't keep you from using your favourite.
Before I read what bothered you, though, I thought the problem was if Nora and Ford aren't too similar as they both have 4...
With Hadley I like Wyatt, Finn & Lincoln the best.
November 20th, 2014, 04:23 PM
So I have Theo Kasimir August on my list but reconsider it now. I love August to pieces but don't love it in German, which leads us to the hypothetical question found below.
I love Ed- names but...
November 20th, 2014, 04:10 PM
Casper - love it but prefer the Caspar spelling; I like that it's easily translated into other languages
Tate - not a big fan but I do generally prefer names that are internationally usable ...
I'd choose Ryker simply because Sawyer Ewan is a tiny bit hard to say depending on how you pronounce your last name.
I think Quinn Violet or Quinn Marlowe / Marlowe Quinn are lovely with your daughter's name.
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