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I love the tradition. Walker makes a fine middle name.
Joshua Theodore Lee is dashing.
I went through "Ellen's" comments and am absolutely rolling. Who gave a six-year-old boy access to the Internet?
I'm a Virgo, and the descriptions tend to describe me shockingly well. I found a list of top 10 Virgo traits on some website just now:
1. Creative mindset (yes)
2. Die-hard romantic in that we're...
Yesterday, 02:06 PM
Tell your husband to go to Starbucks and give his name as Glacier. It's fine in the middle but very silly as a first.
August 19th, 2014, 06:02 PM
Eira is gorgeous. I'm going to add that one and subtract a few as well.
August 19th, 2014, 05:38 PM
Thank you, ladies! I combed through all of your suggestions, and here is what I'm liking:
August 19th, 2014, 05:28 PM
James and Brown are two of the most common names in America. James Brown of "I Feel Good" fame is not the only James Brown. It's hardly Elvis Presley or Bing Crosby. And your last name is Browning,...
I would put Evander on his birth certificate.
August 18th, 2014, 11:46 PM
Ruth, Eve, Margot, Maud, Alba, and Linnet stand out to me at first glance. Not too sure about Linnet though, as the etymology is a bit shaky. And Lynette screams grandma to me. Hmm.
August 18th, 2014, 10:12 PM
I'm hunting for feminine girl names that aren't frilly or longer than 3 syllables. I would like to see names that are recognizable to the general public yet not overly common (outside the top 30 or...
I love Wynn, especially as it's a family name for me. Here is a great writeup on the name: http://nookofnames.com/2012/01/03/rune-names-wynn/
Looking at the names in your signature, I like Alaric...
August 18th, 2014, 06:01 PM
A few of mine:
Oberon - I love Oberyn Martell, I love the sound, and it's just so cool. But king of the fairies? Hmm, maybe not.
Illyria - again, such a cool name, but perhaps a bit much for...
August 17th, 2014, 01:58 PM
I adore Indie, so I voted for Indie Rose.
One vote for Maisie. I like it so much more than Elodie.
Phoebe Marin is my favorite. Other ideas:
Lily and Victoria are two fairly traditional names, so I would say no. It's a lovely combo.
Yes. I don't "get" Roman at all for that reason. I would suggest Ronan instead.
I prefer Boon. Brave is better as a middle name.
August 16th, 2014, 11:55 PM
I would have a hard time addressing somebody as Nevaeh, Galaxy, Domino, Gypsy, or Poet. Nevaeh is just sad, and the others shouldn't be used as human names.
Sunniva is a lovely name. The only reason it isn't on my list is because it would never get pronounced correctly here. I feel like the average person would look at it and think "son of a..."
I would stick to Finlay. Unless you live on the Isle of Man, I feel like Finlo will only get eye rolls and blank looks.
August 16th, 2014, 11:37 PM
I know a few guys who go by Thomas, so yes, it is possible to avoid Tom and Tommy.
All the names that you listed are great. My favorites are Dominic, Charles, and Tobias.
I like Jackson Henry.
I prefer Raphael as a name, but Asa Raphael sounds better.
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