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Raoul! Glorious name. I say "Rah-OOL." I love those two round, open syllables that melt right into each other. Raoul is sexy, but it has gravity too. What will you do for a middle name?
By the way,...
I'd go with Emilia. It feels the most complete to me. But I'm not wild about Elizabeth in the middle with Emilia - the sounds are redundant. How about something Elizabeth-related that gives more...
I'd steer clear of another n-ending, to avoid making Aedan sound like just another trendy n-ending name. Finnian is really handsome and Irish, but there's that ending. Do you like Phineas?
February 1st, 2014, 04:57 PM
Dominic for me. NN Mick for extra surfer flair?
I want to like Marley, but I just think of Marley's ghost. Do you like Monty? I think it could be really unexpected and cool in the US.
How about Krysztof Zarek?
I've never met a Zarek. It reminds me of the Polish name Svarog (Swarog?) which I find strangely beautiful.
^^Oh whoops! Thanks Raquel. :-)
February 1st, 2014, 04:38 PM
I like Rowan and Oliver together. Both tree names! Theodore Douglass is the most presidential, but it doesn't sparkle imo. Jack seems mismatched with Rowan.
Conrad! It's the least surnamey, and it's got such a great masculinity. Also seconding Mischa's Aldous suggestion. It's quite different from Conrad - tweedier, gentler - but beautiful.
I do like...
It's a handsome combination. Caspian is beautiful, Locke is cool - are you related to John Locke? I'm not a big fan of Atlas - the "carrying the world on his shoulders" thing makes my neck hurt to...
boy's name Colm... which leads me to Colomba... seconding Paloma.
Well I think Rosalba is an inspired way to incorporate both names. Still love love loving Raziela for you. Raziela Opal? Baila is sort of contained in Raziela as well. Other Baila B-names:
Rosalba all the way. Rosabelle sounds over-the-top sweet/pink to me. Rosalba has edge, while still being very romantic. I prefer the balance of consonants in Rosalba to Rosabelle, which is more...
To Iverine or not to Iverine...
From a purely musical point of view, DTT is crisp and clear as a bell. It needs nothing else. If you don't feel the need for a sentimental name-tie to family, then...
My favorites are the most minimal of your names - Clea, Enid, and Fern. Delicate but edgy.
Tesla is great for your baby fireball. DTIT is my favorite. Come on - what's wrong with a little "d-tit"? It's funny, kind of Mae West funny. It doesn't spell anything really offensive or unpleasant....
Frankly I prefer Ernest. But Frank has a nice down-to-earth mensch kind of feeling.
January 21st, 2014, 05:37 PM
Well I'm glad to hear you're no longer bleeding your guts out - uffda. Estrogen is no walk in the park. Eat some iron!
January 21st, 2014, 05:01 PM
Hey there. I forgot to check back in. How are you doing K? Not still bleeding I hope? Did you end up getting in touch with your doc, or are you waiting it out?
Yeah I thought it was a neat coincidence for you. Tesla is a timely name.
January 19th, 2014, 07:41 PM
Emerald and Bay get my vote. Emerald, while whimsical, also has some history of use as an actual name. Breeze and Haven don't, and Haven makes me think of Jessica Alba. Maris means "of the sea" -...
Overheard in Brooklyn.
Cute sassy little old lady one: "The girl's name is Avery. What kind of name is that?"
Cute sassy little old lady two: "I've heard worse. Did you know Theresa's grandson is...
January 19th, 2014, 07:20 PM
Estelle is completely wearable.
I actually love Gertrude. Though it's got some serious clunk in it's trunk, it's also really endearing. Gertrude Stein was a genius, so great namesake there. And...
Great balls of fire! Speaking of Tesla... A couple of days ago, scientists in China discovered ball lightning in nature for the first time. It's a phenomenon that occurs when lightning strikes soil...
January 18th, 2014, 11:31 AM
I don't have any special knowledge of this stuff but I just wanted to send you a hug. That sounds stressful. I think it's quite unusual for breakthrough bleeding to show up as a full-on...
January 17th, 2014, 10:00 AM
Oh dear what a long list. I can see the beauty in almost all of these names, so it would help to know a little more about what you're going for.
I'd eliminate Indigo, January and Sequoia (not...
January 17th, 2014, 09:40 AM
These are the ones I think are most wearable or interesting or both. You have so many ideas.. Do you have any favorites from the list, or maybe some kind of imagery for us to go on?
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