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I like all the names except for Gil and the middle name of Bloom. Since you seem to like nature names, I'll suggest the boy names of: Cliff, River, Clayton, Flint, Fisher, Archer, Hunter, and Coal
I love this! Maisie Isabeau is fresh, spunky, yet feminine and classy
September 4th, 2014, 10:15 PM
Adding -Lyn to names seems something really dated and trendy. I would stay away from that all together.
I do like the sound of the name, though I would never guess that it's correct pronunciation from looking at the way it's spelt.
As for the name, I say go for it. If you love the name, use it....
Not a fan of this at all. I'm all for being original.. but no.
My name is Kara, and I love the name. Most people pronounce my name the way I want it (Care - uh). Though every now and then someone pronounces it as (Car - uh), but I quickly correct them. I would...
Tavius sounds a little off too me, and it reminds me of the more dated name Travis. More suggestions to go with Lucius or Phineaus are: Cassius, Ignastius (nn Iggy), Octavius (with the nn Tavius),...
I think Cavanagh is a little too much, and it's hard to pronounce. Also, when looking at it, I'm not sure if I could find a simpler nickname to pull out of it. The fact that this is a family name...
Theon was on my list, though Theodore/Theo has always been on my short list. I suggest scraping Theon for the more classy Theodore/Theo. Theon isn't the best character to associate with right now,...
Have no fear! I'll help out, most of the middles I'll pick for this will be nature names, but I'll put in a few classy non-nature names up as well.
Alright guys. I have a transgendered character in my story who is the sister and sidekick of my main character. In my story I'm going to play her as just a regular female and then reveal later on in...
This is the best advice, and I LOVE the Vairea’poe idea
Yeah, that's a weird title, but it was what I pulled out of my head.
Anyway, in my story the world ends: IE. all humans goes extinct. Now supernatural creatures has emerged and rules over the...
Ashley started out as a boy name, I would like to see that come back for boys. It would be refreshing.
Yup, if you look up Aurelia here it will say that it's pronounced as "aw - REEL - ya," which just sounds clunky compared to "Aw - RAY - Lee - Ah"
I know nameberry says that Aurelia is pronounced "Aw - REEL - ya," but my first instinct is to pronounce it as "Aw - RAY - Lee - Ah." I'm not feeling the Aw - REEL - ya pronunciation as it sounds...
April 12th, 2014, 10:32 AM
I'm aware of the Molly drug association, but I also have a friend who also goes by Molly and no one makes that association with her. I don't feel the street name Molly for ecstasy is as iconic as the...
I have a cop that is in his mid-30's. He steals contraband items from work, he cheats on his wife (with prostitutes).
This guy likes to dress nice, so he has a huge since of pride about himself....
I much prefer the name Nicolai, it sounds the best out of all the other options.. Where as Nicodom, sounds like a dominatrix.
I have never read the Left Behind books, though I know people who has....
March 22nd, 2014, 12:19 AM
I don't think Genevieve will be that popular of a name. It may get close to the bottom 100, but I don't feel that it would go any higher. REALLY popular names usually get popular because they appeal...
My top 3 for each (in no particular order) is:
Beckett, Gavin, Wyatt
Eloise, Sylvie, Eleanor
I'm not liking Nebraska. I do like Georgia, Virginia, and Tennessee (because Tennessee Williams made the name sound fantastic). Nebraska just doesn't have a good enough sound to make it seem workable...
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