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I think it is fine for a girl or boy. It doesn't seem masculine or feminine to me. The meaning is even gender neutral. It's a Scottish surname so if it can be used as a first name for a boy, it can...
November 29th, 2014, 05:33 PM
Faline looks a lot like feline so I'm not liking it as a name for a person. I do like Philina, which a pp mentioned.
I prefer Zoe. Zoey is ok but the 'y' seems unnecessary.
I do not like it spelled Zooey because all I can see is zoo.
If you decide you don't want a double name, then go with Paul. Paul James flows well enough.
If you do want to use a double name, then go with James Paul. People will be less likely to shorten...
I like Joy and I think it goes well with Lorraine and Glenna.
From your combos, Joy Christine is my favorite.
Joy Catherine is nice but I like Christine better because it is not as expected. ...
November 16th, 2014, 07:22 PM
I love your children's names. I also used family names for my children so I understand how hard it can be.
I like these pairings:
Reese Magdalena nn Rhea
Ann-Margaret nn Annie or Mittie...
November 13th, 2014, 03:01 PM
I like Lily Shepherd.
I think a one syllable name would work best. Also, something that is short and familiar.
I love it! I definitely think you should add it to your list. It fits in with all of the older/vintage names that are being used now but I don't think it will become too common.
It's also on my...
With Eden and River, I like
I like Ellie, Ella, and Elle as nicknames.
The only one that I can think of not listed already is Ling.
My favorites are
Henry, Ruby, and Eliza
Henry, Ruby, and Isaac
I like it! I usually like alliteration. If the first two letters were the same, like Frankie Freeman, then I might say no. Finnegan is a cool name. I would go with it.
August 26th, 2014, 11:16 AM
I don't think they are too close. We actually have rhyming names on my side of the family (not done on purpose) and a few -belle/-bella names on my husband's side. It has never been a problem.
Other than Sophie, my favorites are Phia/Fia and FiFi.
August 16th, 2014, 08:49 PM
Melusine - That is good to know. Thank you for the info. My source may have been misinformed but I can't remember which baby names site I read it on now because I had just googled the name. Thank...
August 16th, 2014, 02:38 PM
Hi. Thanks for the suggestion but this won't work because we are going to use my husband's gma's name as a middle name. :)
August 16th, 2014, 12:45 PM
I thought I had made up the name Isalena (pro "ee-sah-len-uh"), which I love because it would honor 3 people in my family (Isabel, Lisa, and Glenn- it's a combination of their names).
Thanks for all of the replies and suggestions so far.
I have thought of Glenna, Glenda, and Glenys. I'm just not sure they would fit my child.
Oregano7 asked about the middle name - it has to...
How would you honor a Glenn Harley(male), if you had a daughter? I'm looking for a girl's first name to honor a male relative. I don't want to use Glenn or Harley as a first name and middle name is...
July 14th, 2014, 12:59 PM
Girls: Endora, Lorelei, and Viola
Boys: Dexter, Emmett, and Victor
I personally wouldn't use Viola and Victor together, especially if you are only having 2-3 children.
Something like Endora,...
Eliana nn Ellie
Sabrina nn Bri
Seraphina nn Effie
Sabrina nn Bri
Evelyn nn Evie
Emerson nn Emery
Elliott, August, Oscar, Henry, Jack, Jasper
Theo, Hugo, Arthur, Leo, Beckett, Bennett
Like as middle name only:
I picked Amelia as my favorite because I love the sound. It has been on my list for years.
My least favorite is Fflur. I think there could be major pronunciation issues. I also don't like the...
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