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Laurel is my middle name, but I've started going by it as a first. And thank you :)
I work in a name-exchange retail environment, and I've encountered an issue with the pronunciation of my name Laurel.
I know it's "lar-rill" but I tend to say "Low-rell" like Michelle, due to...
Which do you prefer, and why?
Classic Victoria or the Italian Vittoria.
Vittoria seems to be my preference, I like the calmer yet slightly exotic sound to it.
Serafina is perfect actually! Thank you.
Oh, I adore the name Geneva. Especially with that surname.
I always picture blondes when I hear the name Geneva.
The word ardent, meaning "fiery, hot; zealous; shining, glowing: passionate" etc, is a favourite of mine.
I'm gathering words that either literally mean this, or represent it in some way.
Both are exclusively male in my eyes.
I think I'd prefer Kingston.
I have a big thing for loyalty, and I really love the sound of the word Loyal as well.
I'm not keen on it as a first name, and I'm not sure if it would work on a girl.
Perhaps as a middle...
I know there's a sister site to fanfiction.net, I just googled searched it: https://www.fictionpress.com/
It's for original fiction stories.
Ahh, Laurel Ariana is gorgeous, thank you for that suggestion.
These are the top contenders for a middle name for Laurel.
Laurel Adriana or Laurel Alison, which do you prefer?
Thanks so much for the replies,
Amity isn't my style, and Jade has negative connotations for me. Thanks for the suggestions though!
I was on a name changing journey for a while, and this past summer I decided to switch to one of my middle names, Laurel.
I'm beyond happy and satisfied with my choice, I absolutely love being a...
November 18th, 2013, 03:32 PM
Excellent points raised here.
Odette is gorgeous! And far more rare, which adds an element of specialty.
Maybe suggest other nicknames if someone insists on using one. Like Odie, Detta, Etta,...
November 18th, 2013, 03:28 PM
November 14th, 2013, 08:08 PM
Sticky: Aw, I love this thread so much!
Aw, I love this thread so much!
Oh boy, what a topic!
Okay, character's I love:
Kol Mikaelsen, I am SO not over his death.
Jack Mercer from the movie Four Brothers, also not over his...
So long as it's not a boy's name on a girl, I think any naming method can be viewed as feminist.
I don't choose my names on how "feminist" they are.
November 11th, 2013, 04:56 PM
Eden Rose is nice, but it's very filler to me. Rose Eden would be far more refreshing.
It's almost like every other girl or her sister's middle name is Rose. Eden is not particularly impressing...
I pronounce it: tah-lee-uh, like Natalia without the Na beginning. I think that's the general "correct" way.
I have met a Talia who says it "Tul-lee-uh".
Not at all.
Eden's on my boys list, and it's viewed as a girls name although it's legitimately unisex and arguably male. I love Riley on boys, moreso than on girls.
I think Ella is the more obvious nickname for Eliana/Elissa.
Especially since she already has two different names, her legal name and her Hebrew one. I wouldn't start mixing it up with Bella in...
September 7th, 2013, 11:15 PM
I agree with the eena ending seeming whiny.
Amoreena is a pretty idea, but the sound isn't pleasing to me, and it looks excessive when written. I prefer just Amore actually. I know of a girl named...
I think on the subject of certain names garnering more attention that others it's not a matter of clique, or fakery, persay. It's more so that most nameberry users aren't just soon-to-be mothers...
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