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Noah James and ...
Margo Faye or Fae
Margo Vae or Vada
I voted for Edward Ulysses because of the repetition between Eleanor and Theodore. I know Henry's middle name of August is on fleek with the trends, but it is much bolder than James or Thomas, so I...
dear ikfly, please get out of my head, <3 ruolan
trying not to repeat other suggestions, but here's a few:
I know a kid named Daxton, he's probably 12 now. He was the coolest of toddlers and I imagine he still is.
March 1st, 2015, 09:16 PM
My favorites with big brother Lorrin Patrick would be Noel Adrian and Paul Hudson.
February 21st, 2015, 03:16 PM
P.S. Serena, Arielle, Bennett and Dane are also on the list
It's funny that other berries think Coralie and Annaliese are too...
Of course it is mid-terms and I'm pondering name meanings and associations rather than studying and writing papers...
So here's my question, when you see a name meaning "fair," what do you usually...
January 31st, 2015, 03:23 AM
I <3 Howl's Moving Castle and Spirited Away -- Miyazaki never fails to make my day! I also sing the theme song from Ponyo to my fish, Saranyu. ~S'ranyu, S'ranyu, little fishy in the sea~
I have only pleasant associations as my first thoughts are of Diana Barry of Anne of Green Gables fame and as a nn for Barrett.
I like Cormac William, Frances _____, & Weston Thomas (so your son doesn't share first and last name with one person). Great job picking names, these are fantastic!!!
I like these names too! I have Stigandr on my list right now. I've been pondering both Ivan and Evander lately, so I wonder if Ivander works?
I know Brendas from 20-60 years old and personally I prefer it over the more modern variations. I agree that Ren and Bea are cute nns!
September 21st, 2014, 02:25 AM
Henrietta Joyce or Jocelyn
September 21st, 2014, 02:18 AM
Reuben, Cordelia, Persephone and...
1. Minerva - similar in sound/feel to Reuben and Cordelia, mythical like Persephone w/o repetition of sounds
2. Angelica - maybe b/c I think Evangeline is...
September 21st, 2014, 01:57 AM
hi dearest, it took me a week (with multitasking) to state opinions on your girls' list, so I'm taking a different approach. I did start to star my favorites in the top section, but I only skipped a...
September 20th, 2014, 12:37 AM
Flora - a tad plain comparatively
Helena - lovely, but I prefer Helene to minimize pronunciation issues
Jane - unassuming in every way
Louisa - lovely
Rosa - prettier than Rose, but still fairly...
Your top 5 give a strong and pretty vibe, like sisters that everyone wants to be friends with and have lots of invitations to the school dance, but you don't want to cross them either-- they take...
For meaning, Xavier definitely. Unfortunately it is a bit complicated with pronunciation.
For sound and look, Roman. While I like Roman, I'm not super excited about the imagery and associations.
Boo for not-nice associations... ):
True about Eren being part of Alperen, which is lovely... what about Eren Alper?
Or maybe Zeki as a nn for Zechariah without the spelling switch up? Sorry...
Yay, I'm glad you like them! Also, I see your signature now (was that there before???) and Hart is another terrific short and awesome name!
This is a two part request for web design:
1) Can there be a "Read & Post Comments>>" link at the top of the article as well as the bottom of the page? Sometimes I read a new post before many...
Elinor Clara Jane nn Nell
Bertha Louisa Pearl nn Birdie
Margaret Anna Rose nn Meg
Can you please just have a bunch of sons and use your whole list, pretty please!
I prefer Izaak of the two. I'm sure you've looked, but I thought I'd share some Turkish names that I think would assimilate well without it being confusing for both sides of the family:
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