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August 30th, 2015, 06:42 PM
What are some names that you think would go well with Frances and Theodore "Theo"? I like more old-fashioned names with history. Nothing too popular (à la Henry) and nothing too harsh sounding for a...
The suggestions of Rose Evangeline, Rose Magdalena, Rose Delilah, Rose Cordelia, and Rose Eleanor are great!
I love Rose Caroline! It's probably my favorite combination, so pretty and dignified.
What middle name would you suggest for Rose?
So far, I've come up with Rose Matilda, Rose Beatrix, and Rose Helena, but I'd like to hear a few more opinions and combinations.
You might like...
I've been pronouncing Bea "bee-uh" ever since I saw the name, but most people on Nameberry seem to just pronounce it "bee". I personally prefer the two syllable pronunciation, but wonder how most...
March 24th, 2015, 07:40 PM
January 4th, 2015, 01:14 AM
Just thought of these, but what do you think of Phoebe Eliza Catherine or Phoebe Eliza Kate and Juno Beatrix May?
January 4th, 2015, 12:02 AM
I'm having trouble coming up with two middle names for Phoebe, Juno, Ramona, and Hazel.
This is what I currently have:
Phoebe Eliza ______
Juno Beatrix ______
Ramona ______ ______
Poll: Sparrow or Archer?
Which name do you prefer: Sparrow or Archer?
Both are guilty pleasure girl names for me. They both hold some special meaning, but I don't know which one I like better.
What do you think?
August 15th, 2014, 07:49 PM
My cousin Molly is always who I picture when I hear the name. She's got very long, very straight dark brown hair with brown eyes and very tan skin. She's really smart, driven, outgoing, and just a...
I always pictured an Ivy as a dark-haired little girl, but I was wondering if you could see a blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl being named Ivy?
I don't know if I can, but maybe...
I was going to be Peter if I was a boy.
I vaguely remember one of my sisters almost being Hope and one of my brothers almost being James "Jimmy". I was thirteen when my youngest brother was born...
Ivy has recently started to grow on me (no pun intended), but I have a few questions about the name that I am hoping you berries can answer.
1. Do you think Ivy is a trendy name? I love that the...
Lately I've noticed that so many of the short, vintage girls names that I love all seem a little too "hard". Names like Maude, Edith, Frances, Agnes, and Olive for example. All of the names that...
June 24th, 2014, 08:10 PM
Oh man, that's tough. I'd have to go with a name that I've always loved: Cecilia. Probably Cecilia Hazel as a full name
June 18th, 2014, 07:10 PM
Genevieve nn Gen/Jen
Florence nn Flo
Matilda nn Tillie
Alice nn Allie/Lyss
Frances/Francesca nn Fran
Agnes nn Aggie
August nn Gus
Oliver nn Ollie
Edward nn Ed
Do you think that these names go well with a last name of Evans?
June 16th, 2014, 05:05 PM
You have wonderful taste in names!
Viola is an exquisite name! I love that it's a Shakespearian name and has more history than Violet. Violate didn't come into my mind when I heard Viola until I saw a thread about it a little while...
June 12th, 2014, 01:56 AM
I don't think so! If it was the first name then probably, but most people won't know her middle name. I know people who named two of their kids Julia and Roman and I didn't realize the Romeo and...
Thank you for the suggestions!
What do you think about Mavis or Maeve with Edith and Viola? I like Mavis because it's more vintage (whereas Maeve seems more modern to me), but in the threads I've...
Oh, I'm sorry! I realized I said ending with T, E, V, A, or H when I really meant to say beginning with T, E, V, A, or H
What would you name a sister of Edith "Edie" and Viola? I like old lady/vintage names that are somewhat classic and familiar, but aren't overused. For example, I love Cordelia and Phoebe! However...
What do you think of these names together?
Cordelia (maybe Cora as a nn)
Do the names go well together? What would you change?
June 10th, 2014, 09:07 PM
I've tried hard to like all of these names but I just can't.
Felix: It sounds like feline to me and therefore always reminds me of a cat.
Oliver: I don't like the nickname Ollie.
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