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Totally agree with cristinamaria, everyone will find a problem with a name you like and I think they are both completely straightforward but I prefer Elodie, it's more feminine and pretty and quite...
September 11th, 2014, 05:35 AM
My favourite is Bo
@sorceress Illyria June, Illyria Gwen, Illyria Esme and Illyria Skye are wonderful. I agree with you about staying away from L and R in the middle. Thank you so much!:D
@steampunkleo I love Illey as nickname (worried it may get mispronounced as Ily though... :( ) I disagree that you suck at middles, Illyria Neve (Or maybe Niamh spelling??) is stunning and I also...
I've really started to love the name Illyria (i-LI-ree-uh) and I think it should definitely be added to the Nameberry database. It seems very exotic and feminine to me, and it's a Shakespearean place...
I LOVE Elsie Lillian it is such a beautiful combo. Elsie is sweet and classic and Lillian is so pretty. Congratulations!
It sounds very little girl to me and not really like a full name at all. I agree with Mischa about it never growing up.
September 7th, 2014, 01:42 AM
Rosalind nn Rosa is my favourite, but I also love Rosalie and Rosa as a standalone name.
September 7th, 2014, 01:40 AM
I like longer names with nicknames because I think sometimes nicknames don't age so well. And if you choose a full name with a nickname then in a way you get both names which I really love. My...
September 5th, 2014, 06:50 PM
1. Most unusual: I don't know, nearly every name I like is off the top 1000 but I guess Arianwen is pretty unusual
2. Most traditional: Elspeth
3. Most masculine: I absolute hate masculine names on...
I think that you could keep both on your list but Rosalie sounds prettier to me and is more unusual. You could always call her Rose if you decided you liked that better. I really like pps suggestion...
Yes, definitely, Eloise is very pretty and classic and I absolutely love Elsie. I have it on my list as a nn for Elspeth, which I prefer, but it works just as well for Eloise.
August 28th, 2014, 03:10 AM
Yes:Millie, Minerva, Myrtle, Zelda
The others do sound a little dated and hard to wear, although I don't mind Gussie for a boy as a nn for August/Augustus
I think Isa could work too but I pronounce it Eye-sa or Ice-a.
I knew a boy Mackenzie but he always went by Macca. Nms for a boy but I think it could work, it does seem quite masculine.
Hmmmm... You have a lot of different styles. Maybe:
August 15th, 2014, 07:41 PM
Topanga really doesn't work with Stella, sorry, for one thing it's MUCH more unique and a totally different style. To me, it doesn't seem as soft and graceful as Stella.
I still love Stella and...
My all-time favourite word is hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia- fear of long words but I also really like the word Vanilla.
August 14th, 2014, 03:00 AM
Sorry but if I met anyone with this middle I would have to resist the urge to giggle! Is Lemon of any actual significance to you? It would make a cute pet name, it's true, but Norah Lemon doesn't...
August 13th, 2014, 08:07 PM
Can I say none of them? It is a made up sounding name which is trendy and often misspelled. If I was forced to pick one I would pick Kaden because Kaiden and Kayden are just unnecessary. And I agree...
I think they are great together, I like similar endings EXCEPT if the first letters are the same. They are both classic, with similar popularity.
August 11th, 2014, 09:59 PM
I don't think people would automatically assume nn Stella but they MAY mishear it as Stella. It's not too much of a problem though, I know a Madison who constantly corrects people who call her Maddie...
Lucy and Margot
August 11th, 2014, 08:42 PM
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