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Oh, yay I got a fun one! Your style is charming, oiseau.
Twila Posey: posey isn't my favorite, but I've always been intrigued by Twila and the two go really well together. It reminds me of roses...
I like Annie! They are both distinctly nicknames, but Annie seems to be the option that better stands alone.
August 14th, 2014, 08:50 PM
I think it actually makes a better story than: "Oh, your name is January?" "Yeah, I was born in January."
It's not as obvious.
Boston gets honorable mention only for being spelled right. (As opposed to Bostyn) otherwise it fails in every other category in my opinion.
If you're looking for something really out of the box, and you like vintage names and The Wizard of Oz, maybe Dorothy Mae nn Gale would work. Dorothy's last name was Gale in the story.
I adore Rose Emmeline!
My first thought was Rose Cornelia just because I think Cornelia sounds so vintage Victorian to me. Others:
Rose Madeleine (so simple, but stunning)
Darby just isn't my style, at least not for a girl, and Keats sounds too much like a surname to me. The combo does do it for me, personally.
August 8th, 2014, 11:47 PM
What about Ever? It's very simple but whimsical, and the meaning is both evident and sweet.
I was going to say Nerissa! And if you like musical theater, theres always the whimsical Nessarose from Wicked.
August 8th, 2014, 06:48 PM
I really dislike Kamry, and I agree with Mischa it seems strange to name Your daughter Kamry with a cousin named Kambry.
I've heard this name before, and the both times I remember it was spelled Makiya. It's a little trendy for my taste, but I kind of like it. Makiya seems a nice less clutters spelling, though I can't...
I have Brynn Zenobia on my list but ive also had Brynn Arcadia in the past.
I don't like Maeby at all. It doesn't make sense to me as a name, and the one pop culture reference doesn't give it enough of a foundation to function in real life. Maybe is a pretty common word,...
Wow, I'm amazed to read this, honestly. Myosotis hit the nail on the head in her explanation - that's exactly how my mind works.
And @theodora , I think that's so funny how that's would sound out...
Okay, okay, I admit it! I do this all the time. My fictional characters I typically dream up in conjunction with tv shows/book series, but they are all part of their own vague story lines too. Glad...
I think you'll find very profound opinions on made up spellings of names from members on NB. We generally dislike them because they are pointless and unnecessary. I personally find them cheesy too....
It's very pretty! I think Iris and Fay serve well to lighten up Antonia and not make the whole combo sound too royal (Something like Antonia Eloise Francine would be a little too much...)
August 3rd, 2014, 10:37 PM
I would do Phoebe, Simon, Georgia, Arthur with Daphne, Hazel, or Ruby. But Margot is fantastic too, though I cheated and glanced at the first post.
I like the idea of each kid having a y in their name, so I would consider John Grayson and Perry Kendall. ( I also like it a tad better when john doesn't have the same initials as Jefferson, because...
I love unexpected nicknames! They're so fun!
It's very pretty, but I personally would switch Sophie and Anneliese because to me the S sounds run together. Margot Sophie Anneliese is just as lovely though.
I think it's too assumed that all Lizzie's are Elizabeth's (or maybe Lisette once in a blue moon). I say it works as a small , stretch, so I vote yes. if you really love Lizzy, since it's not very...
Cute! I like Maebry more with the spelling Mabry and something more classical for the middle, but what you have is nice.
@lovemysweeties will be thrilled to see another Maebry lover.
The only Thalia I know pronounces it Thay-lee-uh, so these are two completely different names to me. I prefer Talia.
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