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  1. ways to get to Pippa aside from Phillipa and Penelope

    I thought someone had asked this awhile ago, but didn't see in search history!

    Creative ways to get to nn Pippa?
  2. Names meaning or symbolizing eternity/eternal

    Looking for suggestions for names meaning or symbolizing eternity/eternal.

    I found the Norwegian word for eternity translated into Evighet (ev-i-et from online pronunciation) which could be...
  3. Funny you should bring up Alcott, I have been...

    Funny you should bring up Alcott, I have been thinking about it, because I do love Louisa May Alcott, but sadly cannot use Louisa!

    Willoughby or Wisteria might work though!
  4. I've noticed a "ley" and "er" trend for girls lately!

    Has anyone noted the growing trend of girl names ending in "ley" and "er"? Recent baby girl names from friends and acquaintances:

    Harper, Piper, Summer, Taylor

    Hadley, Finley, Tinley
  5. Something similar to Windsor (but not Winslet)

    I found Windsor on a user's baby name list, and I like the surname-y, yet whispy nature of the "W," and even nn possibilities Susu, but for obvious pagent-mom-putting-on-airs-reasons, it wouldn't be...
  6. Friend needs to expand her list! Hubby has rules:)

    Here are the names on her list so far:

    Connor, Duncan, Elliot, Ethan, Gabriel, Griffin, Harrison, Kieran, Liam, Nolan, Oliver, Oscar, Reid, Riley and Sebastian.

    Husband does not want names that...
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    Go for Piper if you like it, I know a few people...

    Go for Piper if you like it, I know a few people who have used it, and until you mentioned it, I didn't realize there was a slang version of the name at all!

    Magnolia is great too! I always...
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    I love "clunky grandma" type names (Agatha/Aggie...

    I love "clunky grandma" type names (Agatha/Aggie for example) but Eunice doesn't seem to strike the same chord for me. Is this a family name? Perhaps something with a similar feel but a little less...
  9. Love Olympia and Pearl, not a huge fan of...

    Love Olympia and Pearl, not a huge fan of Millicent.
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    I think it works; may depend on your surname. I...

    I think it works; may depend on your surname. I think Sloane is in the same vain too.
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    I think it has a positive vibe, I actually kinda...

    I think it has a positive vibe, I actually kinda like the Harbour spelling, makes it seem more surname than place name...if that makes sense?
  12. This is such a tough one I think; especially...

    This is such a tough one I think; especially since nickname names are becoming so popular, there is going to be crossover names. I love many nature/flower names, but then I think "oh, it kinda sounds...
  13. Names like Zephyrine or Wisteria, but more usable, every day names?

    Would love alternative/similar names suggestions to Zephyrine or Wisteria, my husband won't go for too "earthy" or "flowery" and I don't want the familiar like Lily, Rose etc.
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    Myra always seems like such a sweet and kind...

    Myra always seems like such a sweet and kind name!

    Others;

    Anna
    Bellamy
    Elena
    Fae
    Haven
    Honora
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    Myra always sounds so sweet to me! Other...

    Myra always sounds so sweet to me!

    Other options:
    Anna
    Bellamy
    Blythe
    Day
    Ella
    Eleni
    Eulalie
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    I think maybe swap the word "name snob" to "name...

    I think maybe swap the word "name snob" to "name aficionado" (especially berries); a person who is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about an activity, subject, or pastime. Therefore, we THINK more...
  17. Playing with the name Ever, but could it be misread as "Eve-r"?

    I like the soft "e" sound of Ever, but am wondering if people might mis-read or mis-pronounce as "Eve-r" which is not lovely at all;)
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    I had three dollhouse dolls named, Eilish, Anna...

    I had three dollhouse dolls named, Eilish, Anna Kate and Emma Jane. I also had a barbie family of mostly boys named Christian, Dominic, Clark, Collin and a girl named London. For awhile I also named...
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    I would love to use Louisa, but it is a familiar...

    I would love to use Louisa, but it is a familiar member name which is off limits:(
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    Luciella or Lucibella better?

    I ran across Luciella/Lucielle and Lucibella/Lucibelle recently, and although they sound slightly made up, they are just variations of Lucy/Lucia.

    I have always been in love with the nickname...
  21. ways to lengthen Lucy beyond Lucia or Luciana

    I cam across Lucibella on a nameberry list, and little to be found on this combo online, got me to thinking there must be other creative ways to lengthen Lucy (I am not necessarily a fan of Lucia or...
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    Too bad the only "girl" ending I know about is...

    Too bad the only "girl" ending I know about is "datter" (my background is Norwegian!)
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    Tennyson for a girl?

    This was in a recent article I read, the wife was named Tennyson...
  24. First child's name starts with A, weird to have future 2nd child's name start with F?

    My son's name is Atticus, and I already have a boy's name picked out if we have a boy next, but for girls, I keep gravitating to names starting with F (Floralia, Fenna etc).

    We do call Atticus "A"...
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    Elora Vaughn gets my vote!

    Elora Vaughn gets my vote!
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