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  1. Thread: question .

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    Jessalyn, Arissa, Lyra, Melina, Orion, Hezekiah,...

    Jessalyn, Arissa, Lyra, Melina, Orion, Hezekiah, and

    Camilla
    Cosima
    Daniela
    Delia
    Elodie/Elodia
    Enida
    Kayla
    Ophelia
  2. Two of my favorite French girl names are...

    Two of my favorite French girl names are Ghislaine and Clemence. Marlies is one of my favorite Dutch names.

    Some possibilities:

    Sebastien and

    Clemence Dael
    Esmeraude Betje
    Genevieve...
  3. I like Lydia best of these-- it's traditional,...

    I like Lydia best of these-- it's traditional, classic, but not super-popular. Watch out for any mns starting with vowels so that the initials don't spell something (LIG might be okay, but LOG, LUG,...
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    Poll: I like them all-- but the X in Beatrix gives it...

    I like them all-- but the X in Beatrix gives it that extra something! There's also Beata too.
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    Noah, Harry, and Arthur Charles David...

    Noah, Harry, and

    Arthur
    Charles
    David
    George
    Isaac
    Jacob
    Joseph
    Lewis
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    I don't think you can go wrong-- these are all...

    I don't think you can go wrong-- these are all nice combos in a classic style.
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    I agree with a lot of the comments above. I...

    I agree with a lot of the comments above. I wouldn't use a name starting with the same letter or ending in a -th or -EE sound. I like Leo, Ezra, and Nolan a lot from your boy list.

    Some other...
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    Some more possibilities: Blythe Briar...

    Some more possibilities:

    Blythe
    Briar
    Caroline
    Delilah
    Diana
    Eliza
    Emmeline
    Hermione
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    From your list I like Fraser, Clover, and Shea...

    From your list I like Fraser, Clover, and Shea best. You could use Shea/Shay for a boy as well. Collins seems way too masculine for a girl with your sibset set and plus, it's pretty close to...
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    What about just Arabella Blue? Some other...

    What about just Arabella Blue? Some other possibilities: Arabella Navy, Arabella Indigo, Arabella Sky, Arabella Aqua, Arabella Turquoise, Arabella Cerulean, Arabella Slate.
  11. Thread: Constantine

    by davisellu
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    I like Constantine a lot-- it's usable as a fn! ...

    I like Constantine a lot-- it's usable as a fn! Con or Tino are fine nns.
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    I like Eleanor Matilda best from your list. Some...

    I like Eleanor Matilda best from your list. Some other possibilities:

    Eleanor Alice
    Eleanor Cecily
    Eleanor Frances
    Eleanor Harriet
    Eleanor Louise
    Eleanor May
    Eleanor Pearl
    Eleanor Thais
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    I love Alice with Henry best followed by Matilda...

    I love Alice with Henry best followed by Matilda and Annabelle. Alice Sophia is okay, but with your last name ending in S, that is a lot of S sound. Some possible Alice combos:

    Alice Beatrix...
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    Lucy Jane is a great combo. Jane Marion has too...

    Lucy Jane is a great combo. Jane Marion has too many similar sounds so I wouldn't use it in any case. What about Jane Lucy or Jane Louise if you are concerned about Lucy getting to be too popular? ...
  15. Thread: Hester Gray

    by davisellu
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    It's a pretty name and I doubt most people will...

    It's a pretty name and I doubt most people will know the A of GG connection. Essie could be a cute nn too.
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    I agree-- it's a lovely name for any time of year!

    I agree-- it's a lovely name for any time of year!
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    Very nice-- definitely a keeper!

    Very nice-- definitely a keeper!
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    Although I like Phineas better as name, I like...

    Although I like Phineas better as name, I like Moses better with Thaddeus because it's not as similar in sound.

    Moses Arthur
    Moses Frederick
    Moses Graham
    Moses Julian
    Moses Lloyd
    Moses Robert...
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    Although I like Phineas better as name, I like...

    Although I like Phineas better as name, I like Moses better with Thaddeus because it's not as similar in sound.

    Moses Arthur
    Moses Frederick
    Moses Graham
    Moses Julian
    Moses Lloyd
    Moses Robert...
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    I think it would be nice to keep to the 4...

    I think it would be nice to keep to the 4 letters, so

    Nora, Iris, and

    Adam
    Bram
    Cole
    Drew
    Evan
    Hugo
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    The first name that came to mind is Louis. It...

    The first name that came to mind is Louis. It seems similar enough to honor Lisa. Elliot has a close meaning to Elizabeth (where Lisa comes from).

    Some more names containing the letters L-I-S-A...
  22. Thread: Louise?

    by davisellu
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    In general I prefer Louisa, but Louise can work...

    In general I prefer Louisa, but Louise can work better depending on last name, mn, etc. I think both of these could rise on the SSA list, but I don't ever see them being super-popular again.
  23. I'm not exactly sure what you're looking for, but...

    I'm not exactly sure what you're looking for, but here are some possibilities:

    Abelard
    Algernon
    Aloysius
    Alphonse
    Ambrose
    Amaury
    Anselm
    Aurelius
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    I'd go with Davina as it's a little more unusual.

    I'd go with Davina as it's a little more unusual.
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    You could use one as a mn and one as a ln,...

    You could use one as a mn and one as a ln, hyphenate, or combine for a new one (Oliworth, Boliver, etc.). Elphias and Jude work well with either-- Jude is definitely my favorite of these. I don't...
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