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I went for the "GoT but not" feel... vowel-heavy for the girls. The boy names are harder to pin down but I feel like maybe there are some contenders. All the names are legit, and Basque, Manx,...
I don't really care for Irene (eye-REEN) in English but I love it in Spanish (ee-REH-neh).
I like it quite a bit as a middle name, though.
January 27th, 2015, 09:11 PM
I love Greer, but unfortunately, Greer Berg doesn't flow too well. Not the end of the world, and if it's the only name you truly love, go for it. For the big occasions where the full name is said in...
- I would love to display the full in in his/her room! Adorable! I love the combos that we've picked (and I must love the combos we actually end up picking for a baby eventually). Maybe not the last...
January 27th, 2015, 08:26 PM
Quite a lovely list you have here!
Theodore- I like Theodore, but it's not one of my personal favourites. Teddy isn't my cup of tea. A very sturdy, timeless choice though!
Arlo- it took a few years...
January 27th, 2015, 08:08 PM
I'm not really worried about causing a stir, but I have gone through my loooong list with my SO to see which names he likes and doesn't like, so that by the time we're expecting eventually, I'm not...
January 25th, 2015, 04:50 PM
My grandmother's name was Vivian, and she had a sister named Lillian... I do think they're a little rhymey for sisters, but for cousins, it's definitely no big deal :)
January 24th, 2015, 09:31 PM
Iver and Stellan and great together!
I like Stellan best but Thoren is pretty cool, too. Torin doesn't do anything for me...
Perfectly worded response. I coined the term "name confetti" for misused accents on names. It really ruffles my feathers to see things like Rënèe or Simoné (pronounced Simone, like Raven Simoné. This...
I go by Lucy almost all the, and I don'y have an issue with feeling like it's too young or cutesy to use a the name with which I introduce myself. I do love having Lucia as a formal name, especially...
January 10th, 2015, 01:38 PM
"dear" or "darling", I think :)
January 10th, 2015, 12:30 PM
I love the name Atlas! Very cool. I've never met one, and don't really expect to... it's pretty obscure where I'm from.
Love it! I adore Iris as well, and Margareta is unexpected. Lovely indeed! I love old names, so I'm not a good person to ask if a name is 'too old' ;)
January 10th, 2015, 12:09 PM
When I was in high school, it was painful how badly I wanted a baby, and when I dreamt about them, it really messed me up.
For some reason, I always have a boy named Tyler or Jordan in my dreams :/...
I will be totally honest, if I got a wedding invitation via facebook, I would think it wasn't the actual invite.
People, especially ones close to the news, tend to get offended when they get news...
I don't really feel like I get much of a rush from working out either. I used to do a competitive sport, and worked out for that only with the intention of improving for the sport. If I am not...
Clara, Fiona, or Violet seems to be most what you're describing.
I feel like there aren't many Fionas around, but it has been pretty steadily used for a few decades.
Clara and Violet are both...
January 4th, 2015, 10:37 AM
I would say Violette as "vee-oh-LETTE" or "vye-oh-LET", not the same way as Violet. I don't see them as interchangeable spellings.
I prefer Violet.
Violet Georgianna is quite striking. Violet...
Well, I voted for Grant and Graham, but paired with Greyson, Graham definitely doesn't work. Grant it is!
January 3rd, 2015, 11:52 AM
Poll: I love Hamish the most
I love Hamish the most <3 It's awesome!
Euan (love this spelling) is my second favourite, followed by Rory, Finlay, Lachlan, and Fraser.
Colin and Angus aren't my cup of tea.
I've only known...
Oh! I was prepared to see something like "Jaedynn'leigh AngleNeveah" and "ViolentGun McDeathlyHallows"
With both grandmothers being named Cynthia and Diana, Artemis is PERFECT!
Odysseus is very...
I get a lot of my names by looking through language academy documents or statistic sites, or name blogs with some historical information with it.
December 29th, 2014, 07:35 PM
What? Why? Why have an accent there when it doesn't affect the pronunciation?
December 28th, 2014, 10:50 PM
As far as making a list when there's no upcoming baby (ie: my life until about 2018) then I'm happy picking ultimate favourites. I don't take too many stylistic differences in to account at this...
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