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I second Nestor.
DD: Elsa Margaret
DS: Finn Augustus
DD: Blanche Violet
DS: Gabriel Peregrine
WDYT? The Giver is one of my favorite books, plus I like vintage names, so this is perfect. I don't like Jonah. :)
I decided to close the thread on Storm, so that's why I'm posting another thread so soon.
WDYT of Edmund?
To clarify: I don't think of it in terms of the negative verb, I usually put it with the nouns--and some storms are bad, but they're all just natural things. Also, it's a GP. I WOULD NEVER USE IT!
I love so many of the names, but as I'm a Christian, all the major deity names are GPs. Euphrosyne, Persephone....*sighs*
I had a thread about this months ago:
Thanks to the people who commented on it, but I'd like more opinions without bumping my old...
Raevyn Star (me!)
Kira Opel (my full sister)
Jordan and Kayla (IDK their middle names, they are my half-sisters).
Thanks, everyone. :)
A first name+ middle name like Linus Caleb could work.
Yesterday at Girl Scout day camp I was helping with the unit 1 kids (all around 6 years old) and a leader called a girl something that sounded like.....Zany? I thought I'd misheard, maybe it was...
I almost forgot "Careless Whisper"! That one's really good, too. :)
Finn. It's been my favorite name for so long, and it's one of the most usable names on my list!
This is one of my long-time favorites--as in, I liked it when I wasn't really a name nerd at all. WDYT?
1No crazy spellings
2No terrible associations with the name [one annoying Daniel wouldn't matter, but if I met 5 or 6, or one really evil Daniel, I'd dislike the name].
3No bad imagery in my head!...
Thanks so much, you two! I wasn't sure about it until now. :)
I don't know much about the Game of Thrones series, but I think it's too close to Edward....it might be mistaken for a typo. :)
I'm probably being hypocritical, because I love Charlie on a girl, but I don't like it, sorry. Maybe as a nn made out of her first and middle name?
Thalassa Juno? IDK....
And I disliked:
- The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
-Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
-Codex by Lev Grossman
All 3 had bad endings.
-House of Secrets by Chris Columbus
-Splintered by A.G. Howard
-The Giver by Lois Lowry
-Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne
-The Fault in our Stars by John Green
WDYT? Is it too preppy, is it too something else [if so, what?], or is it good?
nuh-VAY-uh is how I say it.
PROS (for me)
It's literary (both classic and modern books)
I've liked it for a long time
It sounds cool....? I guess I don't know how to describe it.
I agree w/ the suggestion of Mariposa!
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