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Aw, this is making me want to paint my nails now and I've been so good and not had them done for about two weeks. They've started splitting/peeling the last year or so and wearing nail Polish makes...
January 13th, 2014, 11:07 AM
I like Emrys. :) I think it should be easy enough to pronounce. Emris looks weird.
I don't think so, I don't like it myself much but there's nothing wrong with it. I like a few similar names like Albert, and Herbert and Bertram. You can use it to get to Bertie which gives it bonus...
January 13th, 2014, 11:01 AM
Alexander nn Xander, Everett, Elliott, Tobias nn Toby
William nn Liam, Bennett, Jacoby nn Jack, Fletcher
Andrew, Jackson nn Jack, John, Adam
Henry Oliver - I adore Henry, though Oliver's never done anything for me. They sound well together, but not as adventurous as your others
Leo Benedict - great!
Liam Ezra - I love Ezra, not...
January 13th, 2014, 10:29 AM
Well, from that list I myself have Bertram, Moses and Orson from the boys and Amabel, Araminta and Lavinia from the girls on my own list. Can't say whether or not I'd actually use them on children if...
January 11th, 2014, 01:31 PM
Hmm, numerically I have more A names on my last than anything else, but these don't tend to be my top top favourites. So if I were to stacks and stacks of kids I'd use A but if I were to have say 3...
January 11th, 2014, 12:46 PM
I prefer two middles and unless my future husband, whoever he may be, has serious issues with it, though I'm not sure why anyone would, my children will have two middles. I just prefer it and it...
January 11th, 2014, 12:39 PM
I think Edward and Eleanor sound great together. Edward and Elinor makes me think of Edward Ferrars and Elinor Dashwood from Sense and Sensibility and seeing as they get married that might be a...
January 11th, 2014, 12:33 PM
All my family have very normal names, though I haven't researched into the past to see if there are any unusual ones lurking further back. The most unusual one I know is my great great-grandfather...
From my little cul-de-sac:
Katie, Sophie and David 'DeeDee' - K and S are identical twins
Alisha and Kristian
Hannah and Alan - not that we're kids, I'm nearly 21, but we're still of the younger...
Amelia (Millie) - though I prefer Emilia, which I think gives you Millie better anyway
Florence (Flora/Effie) - I also like Florrie
Martha (Maisie) - a...
I love Tahlia, I think it's beautiful and I have it in my own list. I also adore Isolde, but I don't think it sounds the best with Tahlia, however Tahlia Faye is exquisite. I think it goes great with...
Although I don't care for most if these I do have Pearl and Ruth on my 'potential middles' list.
I have a friend named Manon, but it is the Welsh name, meaning, iirc, queen, not the French one. She makes me like the name more than I would normally, but I do sill hear 'man on' sometimes, though...
I like Juliet for you. :)
Haha I'm HCF like highest common factor. I've always thought that was pretty cool. :)
I've a friend who is MOP, my uncle is LAM and my cousin (his son) is RAM.
I don't find Moses weird at all, just a little unusual (it is on my list though). I don't really find Eilish odd either - it's a common enough Irish name.
December 30th, 2013, 03:50 PM
I think you can probably make anything out of any name if you really want to. I remember calling my friend Rebekah/Bekah buck-aaaah like the noise a chicken makes. :oops: It did annoy her.
December 30th, 2013, 03:39 PM
1-3 are solid, 4 and 5 could change
December 30th, 2013, 03:31 PM
My friend's newly-born niece is called India :) It's not an unusual name here though. I also have a friend called China and I think she suits it as she is quite pale and it makes me think of china...
My great-aunt by marriage goes by Nan but her real name's actually Martha. I have no idea why.
I'm not usually a fan if non-intuitive nicknames though recently I've been considering Tabitha nn...
I say SY-an
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