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Eliza Audrey - Eliza has been my favourite name since I was a little girl and I love the nn Ellie. I think the vintage Audrey compliments my Eliza nicely.
Amalia Iris - this name came from my love...
Chase sounds very masculine to my ears-maybe as a middle name?
July 29th, 2014, 09:28 AM
I love Archer, hate Archie. I don't think it sounds pretentious at all-the only Archer I have met was the cutest, spunkiest little guy.
Since I dislike the nn so much, I could only use this as a...
Oh, I love Campbell!
Emmett, Isaac, Jasper, Aston and Evander are my picks. I think Aston or Evander sound best with Campbell :)
July 29th, 2014, 03:45 AM
For months I have been searching for new favourites that don't begin with E, but keep finding more E favourites!
When it comes to naming a family I won't be as concerned-hopefully-if they have...
Freya and Audrey are by far my favourites, but I think Elsie and Louise fit nicely.
"... and bears a similarity to trendy sisters Ella and Lila."
This quote is taken from the Eliza meaning page.
Eliza is similar to Ella since they share the popular 'el' sound; I think Stella is...
Hubby and I agree on Lila, for boys we like: Eamon, Ronan, Ewan, Emmett, Arlo, Archer, Bennett, Seth, Kai.
I think Lila and Jack are perfect together!
I agree, I imagine it is pronounced Eh-lee-nuh.
I pronounce Elena as eh-lay-nuh, but it can also be pronounced eh-lehn-uh, so the lee pronunciation for Elina makes sense to me...
It's a mum name to me, I know so many Lisa's in their thirties that it feels far from fresh.
I much prefer Elisa.
I'm a huge fan of this sibset - all the best!
I know a young girl named Klancie and don't think it's a very pretty girls name at all, not to mention the unusual spelling they used!
I love Marley, I have Mali as a nn for Amalia on my short list :)
Very sweet, I think the flow is of two then three syllables is good, although the double 'ay' in ay-duh lay-own-ee bothers me a little. If you pronounced it as lee-own-ee, I think the flow would...
Rosalind Mercy Louise sounds fresher to me :)
They are all different names to me, depending how you like the name pronounced.
Madeline - mad-eh-line
Madelyn - mad-eh-lyn
How do you pronounce Madeline? I do think they...
I think it would be fine for you to have a daughter named Eliza, the connection would be sweet. It's not like Lizzie having a daughter named Eliza-that would be too close.
Eliza is 167 in Australia,...
July 12th, 2014, 06:21 AM
Delilah and Eleanora (prefer this spelling) are gorgeous choices.
Coraline makes me think of the movie with the button eyes, which isn't the nicest association.
Magnolia would be my third...
July 11th, 2014, 08:44 AM
What a lovely named family! My brother's name is Caleb Nicholas and my name is Grace too!
I mostly agree with ashthedreamer; I think Cora Brown or Mina Brown are the nicest and more unheard of options.
I actually quite like Meadow and Willow, but paired with your last name make me think...
I actually think Astrid, Poppy and Rosalie sound fabulous together! I wouldn't be surprised to hear that any of the others were their brothers either :)
July 11th, 2014, 03:19 AM
Hehe I know heaps of people named Logan and they have never been associated with the term 'bogan' lol. (I am also in Aus)
It seems to me that anyone named Logan grows up to be a pretty cool guy,...
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