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Thanks! Thats a really good point... I should probably stop thinking so much as a name nerd :P
I've lately been getting more adventurous with sibsets I've been trying out, especially boys, and I put together Gulliver, Calvin and Floyd, which I thought was brilliant.
However, the meanings of...
With a name like Donny Fox as your first, my instinct for the second boy's first name is a similar 'old man' style nickname. I love the idea of having a special word middle name, so definitely keep...
Oh man, I have heard so many pronns for Naomi... It's a lovely name otherwise, but I don't think I could give it to a kid simply because of that :/
Recently had some family friends over and was instantly enamoured with the younger boy's name: Matisse, after the artist. (His family called him Tees for short, which was also cute).
I think its a great name but maybe Brook or Brooke would help it flow better? The names are very similar but stop the 'smeyers' or 'smelliot'..
June 2nd, 2014, 08:14 AM
As someone from the UK, your names sound very typical and normal! It's a shame that Imogen doesn't work, I know quite a few and Immy is an great nickname.
Names which sound similar:
May 21st, 2014, 06:39 AM
I have to say, I absolutely love Sanna, and I think it also goes really well with Kale because they're both quite understated and simple. To make it more interesting maybe use the dutch spelling...
May 4th, 2014, 05:50 PM
I love Hayes, I think it sounds casual and intelligent while still being out of the box.
May 3rd, 2014, 04:02 PM
Lydia Primrose sounds very graceful, and almost regal, yet it's also strong and sharp. I also think it flows better, as the 'th s' consonant border in Lilith Seraphine stutters a little.
April 30th, 2014, 12:47 PM
Nora is an adorable name, and is at the same popularity level as Elise which gives them a certain cohesiveness I don't think you could achieve with Sarah or Leah and Elise.
When I was younger I knew siblings called Wulf and India.. those names still sound wonderful together.
Other sibsets I love: Violet, Klaus and Sunny (Series of Unfortunate Events)
February 8th, 2014, 03:26 PM
Ooo, I have a massive soft spot for Tegan on a boy, though that's about 80-20 at the moment. Other names I like are Sascha and Nikita (both russian boys nicknames), Harper, Quinn, Ashley...
Although Anniston isn't really my style, I can see that that could sound really nice, yeah. H/e, immediate association with Jennifer Anniston might be a problem, unless you're massive fans.
January 18th, 2014, 06:56 AM
I really like more your style of names, no criticisms! Some similar names to those that i love:
I lot of it is simply that in our society, male is still subconsciously seen as the default. That's why it's okay for a girl to be a tomboy but not for a boy to be a 'fairy' - simplistically, because...
January 13th, 2014, 10:33 AM
I think it's a great name! By the time he's grown up TFIOS will have been mostly forgotten, and even if it hasn't - it's a great book and a great character. :P
January 12th, 2014, 07:23 AM
You could change up the spelling a little and name them Boniface maybe
December 15th, 2013, 07:18 AM
I've been thinking lately about how much I'm liking names like Harper, Tegan, Jude, Cleo, etc, for boys - despite the opposite general trend of using gender neutral names tending towards boyish names...
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