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Violetta - such a beautiful name and I only knew one person (a girl I went to Sunday school with), it's on my short list now.
Faustina - one girl and it is used in the middle spot. Definitely on my...
I voted Frieda (because it's pretty, easy to pronounced, but relatively uncommon), Louisa is a close second, third choice would be Hilda.
I never think of Rosalie as a German name (sure it is...
I love fairy sounding names, I even have some on my list. :p
Luna. It's a name (well, nickname) that I picked for myself. I love this name since I first heard it from TV -I usually prefer 3 syllables or more, so this is one of very few short names that I...
I'm torn. I have Rosalind on my own short list so that one is definitely my favourite name. However, I think Madeleine Eva Louise is the prettiest combo.
I looooovvvee Luna (totally biased though). I like both combos but slightly prefer Luna Camille. Luna Sylvie is sweet though. If you really want to save Camille, I say go for it.
Sorry for not...
Florence Eliza or Francesca Pearl. :)
I really like your list (all of them!) My favourites are Helena, Caroline, Violet (I have Violetta on my short list) and Emmeline (love the nn Emme). :D
I'm not familiar with UK popularity chart, so I'll just type whatever comes into my mind.
August 13th, 2014, 05:34 AM
Isobel - love the name, but this isn't my favourite spelling.
Eloise - nms.
Matilda - really like this.
Alice - love.
Eleanor - elegant as always.
Amelia - pretty but I know way too many...
Eliora, Leonora, Aurora, Fiora and Sephora (the last one is a GP).
My first thought was Rose Genevieve! :)
Rose Adeline - I kinda prefer the -line ending with Rose.
I know it's a stretch but my favourite is actually Aimee, meaning loved. :) Other possibilities are Millie or Amie, of course
I really like it. I pronounce it like Michelle or Giselle without the first letter.
I agree with everyone. Just use Macy. I honestly fail to see Macyn's appeal and she'll definitely be mistaken for a Mason.
I agree with everyone. They sound perfect together. :)
What a beautiful combo! Congrats. :)
I love Arwen but it's just Arwen to me, without any nicknames. I prefer Wendy for Gwendolyn. :)
I dislike Adabelle, sorry. It just sounds (and looks) weird to me. Ida Mae is very sweet though.
Mine is constantly changing because I kinda refuse to create a fix top 5/10/20. Also, I'm still not sure whether I actually want to use two middles or just one.
My current top 20 names in no...
Definitely Eleanor. I know many people have suggested Eliette and Elliot's feminine version, but I honestly fail to see its appeal, sorry.
Fiorenza (too Italian?)
Booooyyy. I don't like it for girls at all.
I don't have any suggestions at the moment, I just wanna say I really like Natalie Estelle. :)
I really like both but Amelie Wren flows better so I vote for that.
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