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December 10th, 2014, 04:56 PM
I think all your girl names go with Harrison with the exception of Hattie (too close in sound to Harry). You could group them into categories to help you determine which style of girls name you like...
Some more Y names:
December 10th, 2014, 04:17 PM
This was so much fun looking for traditional boys names with out there nicknames. I really like Winston "Win" for you. How do you like:
Frederick: Rock, Rocky, Red
Charles: Chuck, Chase,...
December 8th, 2014, 06:31 PM
I noticed straight away that both of your girl names are spunky take on a boys name. Georgette fits that pattern perfectly! Who cares about eye rolls if you love it.
Willa, Maxine and
Hello wonderful berries
I'm hoping you may help me out a little. I'm thinking about opening a clothing boutique for little ones.
Some of my favourite brands have two names together such as: Fox...
My husband got a new job recently and one of his workmates is Eliza. Eliza isn't a different name as such but is really hadn't entered my nameosphere!! I really adore it.
I hope you find a name you like. I like Finley and Avery the best from your options. I would spell McKay as Makay. I've tried not to repeat any names but sorry if i have.
Just to make it clear the above post reflects Australian data only.
Matilda and Hilda are the only -ilda names that have charted in Australia since the 1900s. In the 1900s Hilda was no. 27 in NSW. Matilda is now no. 18 and has been for a few years.
I don't think...
I think Lydia is a beautiful name. Someone else said uncommon but familiar. I agree.
Poll: Thoughts on Aurelia
I met a baby girl on the weekend, Aurelia pronounced aw-REH-lee-ə. I had never heard the name pronounced like this and I think it's beautiful.
I would like to know how you pronouce Aurelia. Please...
I'm looking for girls names that evoke images of glitter, shimmering, twinkle, sparkles, dreams. If the name is Scandinavian it gets extra points.
I'm not looking for cutesy names for example...
My vote is for Amelia nn Mia
Eleanor and Olivia are a great sibset.
I think classic, timeless:
Eleanor, Olivia and
Penelope (Pen, Penny)
Phoebe, Fiona (Fee)
June 12th, 2014, 10:20 AM
Oh I like Aly as a nickname for Alexandra.
June 12th, 2014, 10:10 AM
This post has been inspired by this post at swistle:
I'm looking to collect girls names that fit this criteria:
1. To be pronounceable when read and spellable when heard by the average...
March 27th, 2014, 10:54 PM
Thanks for your ideas!
I am loving some of these names. It's interesting to see what others would pair with Frederick. Some of my favourites have been mentioned already: Matilda, Max, Oscar,...
Lucy and Sunniva
Abel/Abram/Bram/Abraham w nn Bram
Ted/Thaddeus/Theobald/Theobold w nn Theo
Anika/Annika (Have you considered Anneke)
March 27th, 2014, 01:46 AM
Our little boy's name is Frederick Luke. We mostly call him Freddy.
Ideally we would like 3 children. If you were to name my other children what would you choose?
I need 2 boy names and 2 girl...
Early last month we welcomed a beautiful baby boy, Frederick Luke. We gave ourselves a week to name him. Harrison, Maxwell and Frederick were all contenders.
We wanted a name that we both loved....
Coming in late on the conversation. I live in Australia and we are planning to name our bubba (due in 3 weeks!) Frederick. I've been very nervous about using this name because it does seem a bit out...
December 22nd, 2013, 04:31 PM
I also really like Xavier and Sebastian together.
There are some longer syllable options for your 1 syllable nicknames that you both like.
Nate - Nathan, Nathaniel
Nash - Nashua (i've met the...
@Sarah - Hope all goes well today with the test results
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