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That's just absolutely awful. I would feel sorry for a kid named Tree, and think his/her parents were high when they named him.
Seraphina- lovely. Prefer this over Serephine. I dont' care for Fifi, sounds like a dogs name.
Pearl -again, very lovely. I don't think it's trendy, I've never met one (old or young).
I actually like all three of those names. I wouldn't use them myself, but they are nice and sound perfect for siblings.
July 11th, 2012, 06:07 AM
Eh, not a fan. I like Isis, the other two not so much.
July 11th, 2012, 06:04 AM
I like Nico the best, followed by Davis. I don't care for Leon at all.
I love Gemma, so I say Gemma. But Willa is lovely as well.
I've only seen it for girls, but I think it's too masculine for a girls name. So I guess I think it "belongs" as a boy name.
I don't like Breton at all, doesn't sound/look like a real name. Luke is much better.
Oh God, yes. There are many. lol
Americus (I was obsessed with the movie Where the Heart is..)
I think it's odd. He should have his own name.
July 7th, 2012, 07:17 AM
I love Cato, regardless of the Hunger Games association. I'm sure lots of people won't even know it's connected. Cato Bellamy or Cato Fergus are my favorite.
I also like Fergus as a first name...
I like Aurora the best, but not your pronunciation. It's pronounced uh-rohr-uh. I like Sabina as well.
July 7th, 2012, 07:10 AM
Elle Catherine Berry.
I'm not a huge fan of Elle as a given name though. I prefer something longer with the nn Elle. Like Ellen, Eleanor, Eleanora, Ella, Ellie, Elizabeth, Eliza, Elowen, Elody,...
July 7th, 2012, 07:06 AM
Definitely Louisa Claire! Love it.
I love both names, but don't think they sounds so great together.
Ooh I like Hattie as a nn.
I love Lucia and really like Viola and Mila.
I LOVE it! It's not often I see a name on here that I love the first and middle name. ;) I'm a fan of "old-lady" names, I have both Henrietta and June on my list. I like nn Etta as well, not so much...
I've always pronounced it MARE-i-sole.
Elisabeth -over done. Other options: Eliza, Elspeth, Elise
Mia -so popular, but still beautiful
Hannah -love, a little outdated though
Emma - so popular, she would be lost in a sea of Emmas and...
July 7th, 2012, 06:22 AM
Not sure of a "theme" you like, but I get an old-fashioned feel from the names you listed.
Love the suggestion of Lark. I've also known a Larkin, but I'm unsure if it's considered a "real" name. I still love it.
Elliot isn't my favorite, but it's not bad. Sophia is lovely, but super popular. If you're okay with that go for it. :)
Brynn Alize - I prefer Brenna
Liza Elaine - I prefer Eliza or Elaine Liza
Nora Adrielle - Love Nora. Adrielle sounds like you smooshed Ariel and Adrian together, not a fan
I think Draco Carlisle Sebastian flows better.
I love Elodie and Elowen is pretty as well. Arwin sounds too masculine to me, I don't know how to pronounce Eowyn, and Braelyn feels too trendy for me.
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