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Hmm…what about another nymph name? Ties them to each other as well as your heritage, and narrows down the somewhat endless possibilities! Also, how do you feel about a middle name ending in "a"?
1. Serena, Makenna, Adela
2. Adam, Henry, Joseph
3. Greer, Reese, Adair
4. Yale, Grace, Scott
5. Audrey, Sophia, Hazel
6. Madison, Declan, Tobias
7. Winslet, Harlow, Matisse
8. Raj, Knox, Bryn...
Zebedee -- August
Anders Quinn Abraham
Inga Claire Iseult
Leanor & Wren
Desiree & Evelyn
Mina & Eleni
Hedera & Bellanca
Remy & Liv
The only Darcys I know are female so it leans feminine to me. I think the only reason I have a "unisex" association at all is because of Mr. Darcy.
I'd prefer it as a nickname, and then I'm not...
Yes! I always forget that Bo could work for Ambrose and I love Ambrose!
In that order. Maximiliano is a whole lot of name and Evan falls flat for me. Have you considered Maximus or even just Maximilian? I especially love Oliver and...
Apparently there's this thing about Huck being a nickname for Henry -- doesn't seem any more a stretch than Hank, except that is new wave stuff. Gosh I love Henry and Huck, undecided as to whether...
I would add
for Delta Ruth you can get "Ru" so Dellie Ru, Del Ru, Dru.
Add votes for Penelope Lucy Aurelia and Aurora Juliette Fleur. I think I'm so used to seeing Lucy spelled Lucy that I can't wrap my brain around Lucie (though I know it's a legit variation) and...
Olive Aida -- ay-ee-duh
Beatrix / trice Tosca
My first thought was Zelda! Obviously because you have two Zs already, then Zoraida nn Zora, Zafira, Zinnia. That said, your two likes aren't Zs so I guess you're not keeping that train going.
I love Eleanor. She is so sophisticated and charming, but I actually think Eleanor is also quite wearable on a youngster, even without a nickname. As for Anora / Annora I think I like both spellings...
If DD had been a boy she would have been Beau and I looked high and low for longer names for which Beau/Bo could be a nickname for. I found some, but none I liked nearly as much as just Beau so...
Leopold -- I think of Aldo Leopold, which is a great relation!
Leonidas -- is tempting, but the "idas" ending makes me think of the "itus" medical suffix! Still, I think this is a fun one. ...
Silas, definitely, all the way.
Elijah -- Love, but especially love Eli. Prefer Elias slightly more. Elijah is a very popular name across generations in the US. I know all ages.
Reuben -- gosh, I can't help but think of the...
I just can't get behind names that begin with "as", even though my inclination is to pronounce with "uh-steer-ee-uh" and so many of these names have such beautiful imagery behind them (Astrid, Aspen,...
It's an interesting, "cool" bold choice. I'm not a fan. The "Cassie" beginning doesn't do it for me. I always think of Cashmere and Kashmir and I think its loses a little of itself when said outside...
December 19th, 2014, 04:30 PM
Another vote for Dean Everett.
December 19th, 2014, 04:28 PM
I love Claire / Clare, but I should have looked at your other children's names first! Beatrice is a far better fit, and is a name that has really grown on me!
Oh no! no no no no no. I guess if it's a problem, which I know it would be for me, she could always go by Mia or Amy.
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