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November 27th, 2011, 07:58 PM
Patricia does feel dated to me, especially with the nn Pat or Patty. For an updated nn how about Pate? Patsy is always an option too and I personally find it darling. From the PP's suggestions I like...
November 21st, 2011, 02:47 PM
Conrad, Barron, and:
While I absolutely love and adore Adelaide, I think Adelaide Charlotte is quite the mouthful. Eleanor Charlotte is much more pleasent to the ear.
Louis (this spelling) was my first choice for a boy, but then I said all four names out loud and realized how close to Annelise it was. Which is unfortunate because he would have been stellar. Clive...
Alyeska Jade or Alyeska Meadow are my favorites for a girl. Alyeska Jade has the better flow, IMO, but Alyeska Meadow looks gorgeous written out. For a boy I like Rainier. Denali sounds like an...
I'd go with Judith and just call her Jude. That way she can a have a closer connection with her great-grandmother, while still maintaining her own identity. Plus, if she does decide Jude is too...
Sage was my first thought, glad to see it's on your list. Definitely gets my vote for number one. Others I like/think would work from your list:
I prefer Claire Celandine, looks more complete and gives it more of a French vibe which I love. Other than that I really like it. The flow is nice as is the balance.
October 5th, 2011, 02:04 PM
Oh, lovely choices. For number four I would use:
I love Lilac as a FN. I too have a love of flower names and have never really understood why this one never took off. It is similar to Lily and Lila as well as being beautiful color and flower. I...
Cecilia just looks...cleaner. Plus all I see when I look at Cecelia is the "Cece" part and I just don't find that attractive. Absolutely love the name.
Some of my favorite more whimsical/wordy names are:
September 19th, 2011, 09:31 PM
I love the idea. I too much prefer Christopher to Christian.
September 19th, 2011, 11:03 AM
Well luckily the *ley usually denotes a name with that meaning! Chesley and Wesley, though both traditionally masculine names, both mean meadow and have the ending you are looking for. I think they...
I'm going to be honest; a lot of these are way to modern/trendy for my ears so I just narrowed it down to my favorites from each list.
I do feel that it is a bit dated. Brandon is a bit fresher, but still not exactly fresh. Personally though, I love them both.
I really love Ev* names: Eve, Eva, Evangeline, Evangelia, Evadne, Evren etc. I also really like Eliza, Eloise, Emmeline, Emmanuelle, and Elspet.
September 18th, 2011, 12:13 PM
Juliet and Isabella are very pretty. For number 3 how about:
September 17th, 2011, 11:02 PM
I personally find Nina to be perfectly suited for the business world. The only Nina I have ever known is extremely driven and has accomplished quite a bit; she's been in a ballet company, interviewed...
September 17th, 2011, 10:40 PM
September 17th, 2011, 06:10 PM
I think it is only rude if you take it that way. My name is Jade, I cannot tell you the amount of times my friends have joked about me having "a stripper name". Which is all fine and good, because I...
There are some really great old Biblical names that might suit you both, or old Roman and Greek names. I'd scan some of Shakespeare's character lists too. A few names I think may hit your middle...
September 17th, 2011, 04:00 PM
My favorites are Fabiana, Emiliana, Christiana, Feliciana, Floriana, Gloriana, Georgianna, Jordana, Morgana, Luciana, Mariana, Oriana, Tatiana, Viviana, Julianna, Johanna, and Roxanna.
September 17th, 2011, 03:44 PM
Maeve. Hands down no contest. I don't care how Lyla/Lila/Lilah is spelled, Maeve still wins.
September 17th, 2011, 03:41 PM
OK, first when you are on a name site asking for an opinion understand that you are usually going to get people who love names, not just for the sound but for etymology as well. We are pickier about...
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