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I'm not really a fan of Bonnie. One of my childhood friend's mom was named Bonnie, so I kind of find it out dated. It also feels a bit nicknamey (but I do like it as a nn). Bonnie and Elizabeth...
I love Augustus. I think it sounds great with Magnolia. I like the name Douglas, but not as much as Augustus, and don't find the nn Gus intuitive. Also, I read a book with an evil character named...
I really like it. It is one of my recent loves. I fell in love with it after hearing Ed Sheerans "Nina". After listening to the song a bunch of times, the name grew on me.
I think that Jane is fine with a one syllable surname, as long it isn't something super generic like Smith. I would just use a long middle with it, ex:
I love this combo! Why would anyone dislike Vesper. It is so cool and has such cool meaning. Luna Ophelie Vesper is a beautiful choice.
I think these classify as 'classic & vintage'. I think I'd choose Jane, Nina, & Alice for triplets, since they are all short and sweet. Either that or: Jane, Alice, & Evangeline.
I had Georgiana on my list for a while. I really like it and wish it was used more! I had on my list:
I like Artemis. I've been thinking of re-adding it to my list (I used to have it on my list). I know of a couple kids named Artemis (though I don't know any personally, my cousin has a friend named...
August 28th, 2014, 07:43 PM
My mom works with a young man named Marlon. I like the name, but it isn't my favorite. I think Marlon is pretty versatile, it fits with a ton of different styles. I like Charles/Charlie and Sophie...
Ruth has been growing on me lately. I'm starting to really like it. I'm not really a fan of Esther, and you already have 1 daughter with an E name so I'd choose a different initial.
@lindsaycl- A lot of us on here are "Teen berries". We are just teenagers who like etymology and names. I keep lists just the same as most pregnant people do. I'm not pregnant, I just like names. ...
August 28th, 2014, 09:38 AM
From your list I like:
As for Zoe, Zoe is my favorite name, but I'd doubt you'd get the pronunciation Zo instead of Zo-ee, since it is a popular name with one...
I like your list! I'd keep:
I think Beth is more intuitive as a nn for Elizabeth. I prefer Eliza as a full name. But I definitely Eliza over Beth.
August 27th, 2014, 09:09 PM
I like Maude the best from your list. I just like the sound and look of it. I also like Agatha from your list. I would've voted for Agnes if it was an option. I also like Helen which is kind of...
August 27th, 2014, 09:07 PM
I love Zoey and I like Genevieve, Alexis, & Jasmine . I wish I knew more about your style. Out of curioustly, what are your other kids' names?
August 27th, 2014, 09:03 PM
I used to avoid the name because of the tank connection, but I recently added Thomas to my list. I think the only people who think of the trains are children. I had a little boy named Tommy in the...
I've been redoing my lists, and I've added and removed a bunch of names. I'm looking for some middle name combos for the following names:
I like Felix the best out of your names. Felix is vintage and fun and underused. I would avoid a middle that ends with -s so they don't rhyme, so I'll go with Felix Wolfgang, even though I really...
August 27th, 2014, 12:14 PM
I like it. It may be a bit clunky, but I think it is cool.
August 27th, 2014, 10:55 AM
Basil is one of my favorites. It doesn't get a lot of praise on NB. I say Bay-sul (like the herb). I went to Greek church camp and met 2 kids named Basil from different parts of the country. Both...
I really like Delia. I'm starting to like it more than Cordelia. It is short, sweet, and unexpected. I think it is a good choice.
When I was at a camp I met a girl named Evangeline and I was really excited because Evangeline is one of my favorites. I said, "OMG I love your name omg." or something along those lines. I felt...
August 26th, 2014, 10:26 PM
I redid my list today so I'm editing. Now mine are:
Zoe Helena- Zoe is my dearest grandmother's name. I love her so much, and she is all the things that I would want my daughter to be: kind,...
Wren totally works. It's like using Jane to honor James. They sound close enough, and its not like Warren has a feminine form. Really, any W name could work to honor a Warren.
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