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My top 4 are Lucia, Elena, Cecilia and Lydia.
My bottom 4 are Nora, Natalie, Eleanor and Gabriella.
(the last two was honestly just me reaching)
2. Katherine (Kitty)
1. Lucia (Lux & Lucie)
2. Francesca (Frankie)
I was in Elizabeth's Bookshop this week and there were two girls under five with the names Doris (nicknamed Dorrie) and Lana. It doesn't surprise me really; Elizabeth's Bookshop is a pretty ~hipster~...
Really nice names; very complimentary without being too matchy. Both make me think of something a little mythical.
November 17th, 2015, 09:09 PM
I'm studying a degree in communications majoring in social and political sciences right now and I plan on doing a postgrad diploma in journalism after I finish my bachelor's.
My three biggest...
November 17th, 2015, 08:47 PM
I know French. It's not like it's going to be pronounced properly in English anyway and it's not like words in English aren't used as names in non-English speaking areas when, in a English speaking...
This is a bit of a generalisation to be honest. I know people who have been named after female writers. I went to high school with a girl named Bronte and I was in a class this semester with a girl...
I still fluctuate between being able to access lists from the sidebar and meeting the crying baby page. I also meet this page every time I try to edit my lists nor can I add anything directly from a...
November 12th, 2015, 07:13 PM
Knox - I really like Knox! I think it fits in well with our time but won't become outlandish in a few years.
Clark - I like it, mostly because I'm a superman fan.
Scott - I like this as well.
November 12th, 2015, 06:52 PM
I get that it has a meaning behind it ... but they couldn't have gone with Elliot Spurgeon or something? For a first name, it's kind of a heavy choice.
@titus245mama and @ashthedreamer; I don't...
Pregnant or not, if you were to give birth right now and could choose if it was a boy or a girl, what would it be and what would you name him/her?
A girl; Saskia Arden
Fast forward to 5 years...
November 11th, 2015, 02:45 AM
Love Léonie and Marceline.
Meh on Leonie.
Not a fan of Marlene or Marlaina.
You might like:
Colette - I've recently come around to Colette. I really like it!
Philomena - I can't helpt but think of Phyllis, which I think it dated and a little boring, sorry.
Elsie - Cute. I like it, but I...
November 10th, 2015, 10:26 PM
I think Arlo is a name that will transcend anything a Disney movie throws at it. Don't discard it just yet!
It's very obviously JRR, but that's not a bad thing! Literary and author names become almost commonplace, what with Harper and Sawyer and Fitzgerald.
I personally really like it!
November 10th, 2015, 02:53 AM
It kind of relates to the topic.
I think it's a nice sentiment to not want your kid to have to come out to you but it's also a bit condescending.
It's great that you're okay with your kid being...
Thanks for the replies everyone!
Lists are still broken for me via the sidebar. I can still see them if I click the link in my signature and google them like @vestigesofsummer suggested worked...
November 7th, 2015, 11:54 PM
I don't think there's any problem really.
Elodie has an "ee" sound and Findlay finishes on an "ay" sound. They don't even rhyme. I think Findlay and Elodie make for perfect sibling names.
I love Lyla Kate. Lyla is much more uncommon and would stand out especially because Sophie/Sophia have become so popular.
I'm not 100% sure about other states, but in my state (NSW), we already have names taken off applications for university. Everyone in the state is assigned a number instead. I know they do the same...
DW: Helen Ruth
DD: William Richard
DD: Jean Elizabeth Marie
DD: Rose Marjorie
DS/DS: Edward Walter & Eugene Arthur
DS: Louis Clarence
DD: Ruby Catherine
DS/DD: Francis Leonard & Edith...
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