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July 2nd, 2014, 12:11 PM
Anna Belle (as in first name Anna, middle name Belle)
July 2nd, 2014, 11:46 AM
Nehemiah William would get you Niam. It's a biblical name.
Yep, Aryan makes me cringe. I would not assume you were a neo-Nazi, but I would hate saying your child's name. I like Rohan and Sam a lot though!
July 1st, 2014, 04:52 PM
I love Monroe and Harvey for boys. I cannot think of any that I like for Girls
July 1st, 2014, 04:39 PM
For you, I would pick Clark because I think it is the most unique. I have never met an Everett though, and it's one of my favorite names. As a 22-year-old Californian, I have met several Claytons,...
July 1st, 2014, 04:27 PM
Jeramy, Jerome, Gerald, or Jeremiah could shorten to Jer/Ger [Jair] or J.B.
Daniel nn Dan or Danny
Michael nn Mike or Mikey
Anthony nn Tony
Zachary nn Zack
Wow, reading about everyone's experiences was super interesting, so I'll share mine. My husband and I started dating when we were 15, so we had a LONG time to ponder the last name issue. We agreed...
Ferelith or Franklin
Magdalena or Minerva
None: Dominic for a boy :) I guess Dominga for a girl
I love "Mon" names: Monroe (boy), Monday (girl), and Monica.
Lysander Sante, "Holy Liberator", Lysander is my favorite name for a boy. Sante is the name of my husband's great-great grandfather (Sadly, this name is so not husband-approved.)
Obviously this is not a big deal, because no one else has pointed it out, but Nick Miller is a main character in the show New Girl, which was my first thought. I like Nicholas William Miller.
I like it a lot. I think of Disney, Breaking Bad, and Walter Cronkite.
I haven't been loving girls' names in general lately, but I have been liking Rubina. I love nicknames and Rubina is full of options: Rue, Ruby, Bean, Jellybean, Bina, Ina... Do you think this would...
June 21st, 2014, 03:12 PM
Harrison: Harris, Hare, Rison, Sonny
Roscoe: Rossy, Rock, Rocko, Rocco
Cassidy: Cas, Sid, Idy
Morrison: Mo, More, Morris, Rison, Sonny
Sullivan: Ivan, Van, Lee, Ully
June 21st, 2014, 02:55 PM
Similar to Sherlock (which is great!), I also like Sherwood (as in the forest).
Kipling (as in the author of the Jungle Book stories)
Salem (despite the witch trials)
I like Davi Lucca Elisha and Luna Mariana. I do not think they are too similar.
June 21st, 2014, 02:13 PM
I like Lydia better with sister's name and last name, but I like Serephina more outright. Fina and Liddie are equally adorable. Since you have two solid options, maybe let Maeve pick her sister's...
Also, I think Klein is WAY better than Nixon. Most people do not know that Klein means small. Almost everyone thinks of the watergate scandal and unattractive Richard Nixon when they hear Nixon,...
One of my favorite high school teachers was Miss Klein. She is like 6 feet tall and a German immigrant. She laughed at the irony of her own name, but it was her last name. As a first name, it...
I like the "Hat" part, it's a cute nickname. I call my sister Hannah "Han" and it reminds me of that.
Monica Theodora, "Mon", Her initials would be in honor of my sister-in-law
Odette Minerva, Wealth of the mind
Fernanda Patricia, "Fern", Noble and bold voyager, Patricia honors grandmothers on both...
June 21st, 2014, 01:39 AM
Lizabethm said everything I was going to suggest. I love Clio and Freya.
June 21st, 2014, 01:33 AM
Fern Caroline! I love the name Fern.
June 21st, 2014, 01:15 AM
What about Rubina Greene? I feel like this lessens the "color clash" somewhat, but she could still be "Ruby." Celeste is my favorite mn option for either Ruby or Penelope, but I like the significance...
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