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87infinite you didn't leave a signature so there are no names to rate :(
Seth Joshua- neither one is really my style but they're nice together
Quentin Tyler- Quentin is cool, quite quirky but also very intelligent sounding, Tyler is just sooo trendy in my eyes...
Adair Elowen - Adair sounds very grand, it reminds me of old Hollywood movies à la Casablanca; I'm not a huge fan of Elowen's pronunciation but it goes nicely with Adair
Adalyn Faith - I like just...
Momo reminds me very much of the story by Michael Ende and therefore my childhood. I'm not a huge fan of names that only have two letters/sounds in total (Anna, Lily, etc.) but Momo is really...
Even if it might not change ours, we do love hearing other peoples opinions on our favourite names.
So as the title suggests, here you rate the previous poster's signature, leave your own and wait...
August 18th, 2014, 07:30 PM
Ahh, middle names again. I've never been able to find the perfect combos for my favourite names. And as I took Penelope from my middle name list to put her in the first name spot, my Leonor combo...
August 18th, 2014, 10:52 AM
My favourite with your little girl is Rosalind.
Madeleine is too complicated for me as I always wonder which pronunciation people use, if they pronounce the first e or not and I wouldn't want...
The h always seemed unnecessary to me (same as with Lea or Hanna)
This is more a question that na request for names but it seems like many Americans drop the o when pronouncing leo- names and I've seen comments say "I prefer the Lenore spelling instead of Leonore"...
August 17th, 2014, 12:29 PM
The only one I really like is Flora which had been my number #1 for a long time.
I also find Flavia very interesting.
I really like them together but would even more like Mathilda with this spelling in this particular sibset.
Esther - sweet; there's a beautiful song by Yann Tiersen called Esther which puts the name on a whole new level of beauty for me
Leona - nice but I prefer other Leo names
Leonora - beautiful but...
August 15th, 2014, 03:45 PM
If I had to choose a spelling is go with Caden/Caiden as to me it looks the least made-up (A bit like Caitlin and Katelynn). However I don't think that any of them souf particularly great with your...
August 15th, 2014, 10:12 AM
That's hard. There are some names on my list that I find too beautiful to just put in the middle even if they sound wonderful with a first name I love.
I think it depends on what you'd regret more;...
August 15th, 2014, 05:31 AM
I'd probably choose your other top name Myrtle as a sister to Doris. They have the same vibe for me, more 1930s than 1880s, still a bit clunky and usable by the bold.
What I might not pair with...
I really like Ophelie but don't think that it takes away from Ophelia's "frou frou" and maybe even adds some?!
It's definitely chic but also very sweet (Rosalie, Amelie, etc. all have the same...
I have Penelope on my own list and would use her as a sister to Ophelia or Leonor.
However I also like (and second) Penelope & Arabella
Penelope & Viola
Penelope & Rose / Rosalie
August 13th, 2014, 06:46 PM
Elliott! In Nameberry's best name guide the authors put it as a girls name (and a boys name) and I was like "are you kidding me? Yes let's help the boys names turning girls names trend out here but...
August 13th, 2014, 11:08 AM
Isobel - I like Isobel, I prefer Isabelle or Isabel in terms of spelling but the sound is beautiful
Eloise - on of my favourites, it does remind me an awful lot of Eloise at the plaza but for me...
Elowen always reminds me of lord of the rings and I find the sound of it quite interesting due to the ow part.
Alexandra I always viewed as masculine, it's just not my up of tea.
Rose is lovely but...
@myosotis Luciel Draco was a boy name :)
Ophelia or Elliott
(Middle names would be incredibly tricky though)
August 12th, 2014, 10:31 AM
I've read these names individually somewhere and thought they would make a really bad-ass sibset!
Thoughts on the names individually, as combos and in the sibset?
I know and Aimee who lives next door to me (her name is pronounced tea French way as well) and it's quite pretty!
Nebraska sounds very unpleasant to my ears.
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