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Adeline Pearl and Ruby Adeline are very close, just slightly prefer Adeline Pearl. It has a better flow IMO than Adeline Moon. Ruby Moon is very descriptive sounding (like Harvest Moon or Blue Moon).
I LOVE EVANGELINE! The nickname Evie is adorable.
I wouldn't use Lily with it, as many many associate the name with actress Evangeline Lily. Your parents can always call her Evie till they come...
I really like the name Cadence nn Cady, though it's not my style. I don't like the other spellings. For some reason it has a dated feel to it, though I don't know why…maybe the close association to...
March 14th, 2014, 07:33 PM
I like August, Alexander, and Joshua best. What about:
Emmett Declan -- gives you Emrys...
I think these ones work best:
Lilian, Dexter, Harry, George & Eleanor Scarlett (Also like Eleanor Pearl)
Lilian, Dexter, Harry, George & Florence Eliza
Lilian, Dexter, Harry, George & Isobel...
Crazy to think that I only have 9 weeks to go! I'm so ridiculously excited. This is a little repetitive from my longer list, so thank you for bearing with me!
Probably obvious, but #1 being your...
Maélie -- I love this name. Maélie Denise sounds lovely, as would Maélie Jeanette.
Rosalie and Eloise-- love these names too, but feel like your middle names don't flow right.
I think it'd be nice to stick to middle names similar to your other two children's middles. I want to stray from names like Joy, Grace, or Rose because it's slightly descriptive, but might not bother...
In that order. :)
Agree with Camilita, it's a great all around middle name.
Love Cora Belle and Amelia Belle. Katie Belle and Lucy Belle are absolutely adorable too. A couple thoughts:
It sounds like a twist on the name Arlen to me, and so is plausible (one of my favorite people in the world is named Arlen -- she's great). It does look a little "new" and I still prefer Arlen, but I...
With "Saying" I love:
Lilah -- simply love this name/this spelling, also doesn't share any sounds. Vastly prefer to Lilia.
Lola -- same as above
Charlotte -- Strong, feminine and even ornate...
Jessamine -- this one has grown on me.
I prefer Lucienne nn Lucie over Savannah, but both are lovely. What about Annie / Anna? Ava / Avi? Otherwise I'm drawing a blank.
Middle names that might incorporate into a new nickname.... it's a...
March 13th, 2014, 07:03 PM
Galilea combo gets my vote. I do think of Galileo but I don't think the association overwhelms the name or that people would automatically assume you're a huge Galileo fan. I like the suggestion of...
I'm going to ignore the * names. These names jump out at me:
Charlotte -- prefer Lottie or Charlie
Ooooh. I love this idea. You could do a lot with that.
I pronounce it the same as the majority and carry the same associations. It is a bit cutesy, but also fun. Prefer it as a potential nickname....
Bonfire -- We are on the same page. It's not that she died, it's that her whole character is rather tragic and depressing. I feel for her, I really do! And I'm sympathetic. But yeah…in the end the...
I recently posted about the name Clementine. :)
I love Clementine and momentarily had this internal debate between Clementine / Clementina. In the end, the way you described Clementine is why that...
Oiseau -- Pretty sure I'd get dubbed a troll if I made a thread about the name Eternal! Could go all out and name a kid Clementine Eternal. Haha. Clementine the Eternal -- could be along the lines of...
Lucasta strikes me as a very bold choice, like a big name for a little girl or even grown women to carry. It comes across a little harsh to my ears, in the same way Minerva does, and that's not my...
If I heard this name I would spell it Kaylia (if, for some reason, I didn't ask the parents). It strikes me as the simplest (and therefore, IMO, the prettiest) spelling and the most intuitive.
March 13th, 2014, 05:34 PM
I actually really love Lena Victoria. Mila Elizabeth and then Nora Madeline would be my next favorites here.
I don't think Valo has been mentioned. It is Finnish for "light" and I love it.
I also love Io -- two letters, two syllables, all vowels, it's a big little name (it was on my own long list) --...
I voted Lucy. Lucia is a close second and I love Lux as well, though a bold choice.
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