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Okay, thanks Pam. Do you know how long it will be until we can log into Disqus through Nameberry again?
Hi Pam, thanks for the reply! Yes, I believe I did have a Disqus account only through Nameberry. I'd like to be able to use that account again if at all possible. Thanks again!
Add me to this list. I couldn't even log in for a while. :(
I wonder if Pam and Linda know about this issue. I sent them a PM, but they didn't reply.
I like it and have actually thought about it before. It has connotations of steadfastness and loyalty, plus I love the smell of pine trees and the color they bring to the winter months.
April 25th, 2015, 10:24 PM
I like the general feel of the names in the poll, and the fact that you've thought of nicknames for all of them.
Zephyr/Zeph is awesome.
Zephyrin resembles the female name Zephyrine. It...
Thanks! I like Raphael Amadeus, Raphael Amadeo, Raphael Xavier, and Raphael Zeno.
April 8th, 2015, 05:57 PM
I think Sarah is Plain and Tall. ;)
Thanks for the suggestions so far! Some of my favorites:
I agree. I love fun nicknames, but your son may want a more mature, professional name someday as well. However, I'd go with the more established Jonathan over Jonathon (which is being underlined as...
What do you think would sound good? I especially like ancient names and unusual word names as middles. Thanks!
Does it make people think more of the bear or the place?
I'd like your opinions, thoughts, and associations in regard to the name Kodiak. Would you say it's more masculine or feminine? What does it make you think of?
Say: Aww, what a cute puppy!
Think: Peanut Butter's kind of a long name, but Peanut is good for short.
This is my son Raphael. You can also call him Raphy or Raph for short.
December 31st, 2014, 10:17 PM
Gemma is a young girl with an old-fashioned soul. She wears frilly dresses and jeweled bracelets. She reads books about ponies and ballerinas. Her teachers love her because she's very studious and...
December 25th, 2014, 01:31 AM
Merriam-Webster defines "name" as "a word or phrase that constitutes the distinctive designation of a person or thing". Notice the "distinctive" part. The whole point of a name is to be a...
Purgatory: Archer, Arrow, August, Bear, Birch, Cosmic, Courage, Cypress, Garnet, Indigo, Jupiter, Kodiak, Oak, Obsidian, Ocean, October, Oleander, Onyx, Phoenix, Prosper, Quest, River,...
Person #1: "I like unisex names, so I'm planning to name my daughter Wyatt Maxwell Drew."
Person #2: "Unisex names, huh? So would you name a son Isabelle Amelia Renee?"
Person #1: "No, of course...
October 3rd, 2014, 10:39 PM
Here's a good list of Ancient Roman names: ...
October 3rd, 2014, 10:31 AM
Concepcion comes from the Immaculate Conception, though it's certainly not a name I'd want to have.
I think I'd rather be named Forever than Doris. At least I'd always have the option of going by...
October 3rd, 2014, 10:01 AM
Not a fan.
October 2nd, 2014, 10:38 PM
Are any of these on the right track?
October 2nd, 2014, 12:22 PM
I'm dying over Banana and Peel as a potential sibset. I actually commented on Banana and somehow forgot about it. I wonder why these "names" were put in the database in the first place. Pam,...
October 2nd, 2014, 12:13 AM
I just saw Summerhaze. Clairels commented, "LOL. As in, 'we're not even trying anymore to hide the fact that we were stoned when we named our kid.'" I actually tend to like unusual word names,...
Ha ha! I remain illogically convinced that Vincent is a name for a villain. Therefore, no one should choose that name ever. ;)
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