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Henry is my favorite boys name and I love August.
Cecilia (similar to German Caecilia)
Emilia (similar to German Amilia)
Jocelyn My favorite. Has the quiet strength of August and Henry.
Briony & Clare
Briony & Philippa
Briony & Thessaly
Briony & Alanis
Briony & Shauna
Briony & Louisa
sugarplumfairy - Thank you for so many suggestions! I love Shiloh, Pax, Leo, Rowan and August. I can't use Rowan or Dominic (which I love, love) for personal reasons (I can't break my association to...
hannahruss - It's so funny that you mentioned Stellan - I LOVE that name, and never hear it! I was seriously thinking of Finley nn Finn recently, but was afraid they were too different in style. Your...
Thank you for your suggestions! I actually hadn't even thought of either of those!
Hello everyone! So I'm looking to name characters, but I'm having some trouble in a few areas.
The setting is modern day, just a romance story.
My main problem is trying to find a twin name for...
July 21st, 2014, 10:58 PM
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Gotta root for my name here: I love Katerina! I'm just now realizing all the nn posibilities (I restricted myself to Kat, but there's Irina, Nina, Trina, Kate, even Erin is in there)
I love my...
Jocelyn Cosima & Cruz Julian
Samuel Carl & Stellan Charlie
July 20th, 2014, 03:21 PM
I love Rosalie & Cecily (in fact, my 2 favorite girls names used to be Celia & Rosalie)
Have you considered Celia as a nn for Cecily? I know it's typically for a name like Cecelia, but...
July 20th, 2014, 02:14 PM
I don't think for a second your daughter would hate you for a sweet, unique middle name like Blue, Bluebelle or Wren! You must remember other than family, middle names are rarely...
Love all the nn's - Vera and Romy, but Georgina is the only one I like the full version of.
I think the length and familiar but not too trendy or popular of Georgina perfectly matches Theodore.
I love Cosima, and Balthasar is a great choice - the middle 's' ties them together, they're both just unique enough.
I love Dominic & Cosima (particularly how Cosima picks up where Dominic leaves...
Aidan or Aiden - Aidan. I like repitition of letters.
Austin or Austen - Austin.
Crystal or Krystal - Crystal. It holds closer to the origin.
Lexi or Lexie - Lexie. It looks more complete....
I'm on the same page with you that Clementine is very fun and happy, before being vintage.
My happy, sunny name is Sunday- I love the nn Sunny, and it's been around for at least a century. Maybe...
July 19th, 2014, 03:34 PM
I don't think Arabella is too uncommon. In fact, the mad popularity of Isabelle and Isabella make it more 'mainstream' sounding while still retaining it's underused, unqiue charm.
I think Arabella...
July 19th, 2014, 02:16 AM
Personally, I think it's a boys name. If anything it is a trend as a girls name (and with Glee ending soon) it should pass quickly.
It just sounds more masculine to me than other unisex names...
July 18th, 2014, 07:23 PM
Philippa! One of my favorite girls names, not NEARLY as popular as Charlotte, and so beautiful!
A great choice on your behalf!
Also, I think Lamb as a middle is so sweet :)
Romilly Iris- individually, the names aren't my all time loves, but together they look so lovely and are a good match.
Isabel Magnolia - I think it's perfect how the...
July 18th, 2014, 06:58 PM
I like Levi, not sure how it stylistially matches next to August.
While the meaning of Otto to you is lovely, I think it sounds strange nxt to August (it's a hard name to match!)
July 18th, 2014, 06:49 PM
I think that if you very clearly pronounce both the girls names, then Freya is different enough from Svea.
I like Lisette, and Soren from your list. I agree with cengel73 that Esme is popular,...
July 18th, 2014, 05:27 PM
Dominique nn Dom
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