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October 12th, 2015, 04:33 PM
C. Clementine (C's are my favorite, so also Cecily, Cressida, Cordelia, Clothilde, Clarice, etc)
D. Delia or Daria
E. Estelle (I also love E's--Esme, Eloise, Eulalie,...
August 21st, 2015, 05:19 PM
No boy babies recently in my group of friends!
August 8th, 2015, 09:19 PM
Sterling Joseph and Catherine Olive
July 30th, 2015, 10:17 AM
Best Name in the US Top 100: Ruby
Best Name in the NB Top 100: Clementine
Best "Vintage" Name: Maisie
Best Unisex Name: Sloane
Best Flower Name: Azalea
Best Name Outside the US Top 1000:...
July 27th, 2015, 08:20 PM
Basil Athanasius--This was my first pregnancy that ended up being a miscarriage. We had already decided on the name and decided to bury the name with the child. St. Basil was an early saint who was...
July 21st, 2015, 11:26 PM
I want to second Laszlo, Llewellyn, Balthasar, and Auberon, but the name that came to mind immediately from your description was Emrys.
uh-MEAL-yuh. If I try to say it with 4 syllables, it ends up uh-MEAL-ee-uh, with the second to last syllable almost inaudible.
Born in TX, spent time in MI and FL, now in CA
I've found that, for both girls an boys, I like the short e sound--a soft 'eh' is present in many of my names, first and middle. I don't like girls' names that end in -a, usually. Lately, I've also...
I think Greer and Cadence share a straightforwardness and no-frills style. Annalee sounds nice with them, but seems a bit more on the girly side. Honestly, the set reminds me of Southern families...
So, my husband and I agree that we love this name, even though it may seem a bit out a of place with the more Anglophile names we've already chosen. We would use it in a heartbeat, except for the...
I know a grown man, a soldier and a lawyer, named Ashley who is one of the most masculine men I've met. I don't think his name has held him back at all! Though, in all honesty, I wonder how much of a...
July 17th, 2015, 03:47 PM
1. How many lists do you have? One for boys, one for girls? Or do you have more than that?
I have a boys master list and a girls master list, each divided into three sub lists--Full Combos, Single...
July 16th, 2015, 08:57 PM
Leonard James (Leo)
Obviously I love it...my oldest daughter is Clementine Eloise! I think your combo flows really nicely and has such a sweet personal meaning. One thing about nicknames--I always thought we'd have one...
July 16th, 2015, 09:26 AM
I'd go with Eudora--just to make a nice set of Southern authoress names with Flannery! Though, what happens if you have a third girl...Harper?
July 13th, 2015, 09:28 AM
I agree that it seems more of a boys name, but given the connection with Julian of Norwich, I think it's usable on a girl. As a pp said, if you're ok with the potential confusion, then it's probably...
July 11th, 2015, 01:49 PM
July 10th, 2015, 11:18 PM
Beatrix nn Betty
I like Fern, Blythe, and Eve for girls. One reason I don't tend to collect single syllable names is that my surname is single syllable, and two single beat names in a row sounds a bit harsh or...
Winifred--one of my favorites! Sound quirky but traditional at the same time.
Blythe or Blanche-- I love both of these, but I think Blythe wins by a hair.
Viridis or Vivica--I...
July 7th, 2015, 02:35 PM
I love the name Tzeitel! Even though I am not Jewish or a theatre geek, I do love Fiddler and figured out how to say the names pretty early on. I think it might be troublesome to help people with it,...
My maternal grandma is Oda Lucille--and I can't see myself using either! My paternal grandma was Elizabeth, nn Betty, but she was such a horrible person I've been turned off that name forever (though...
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