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September 5th, 2014, 05:55 PM
Can't believe how long it's been since I revisited this thread! We moved about a month ago and I lost track of my handwritten recipe cards in the shuffle...but then I remember I had posted my beef...
I think it's more usable as a middle than a first, but there is no reason why it couldn't be used as a first when there are names like Pandora or Lillith floating around. And is there anyone who...
July 16th, 2014, 04:52 PM
Ally and budding activist here! Grew up in a very religiously conservative home in the Bible belt of the USA, so it's honestly been a huge journey for me to get to the point where I am willing to...
July 16th, 2014, 04:40 PM
I finally decided on Tanith, a Phoenician goddess name that also means "serpent lady." Can't wait to see what they choose!
July 15th, 2014, 07:14 PM
I honestly didn't believe it at first, but there appears to be an official contest to come up with a use-name for the Lady of the Green Kirtle / Queen of Underland in the upcoming adaptation of The...
"Forever walking the line between worlds."
"I just really love my cat."
June 6th, 2014, 02:13 PM
I'm on a C kick right now with my playlists. I have Cruise, which is driving music (hip-hop, pop, rock...anything with a melody line that works for my voice, because I can't drive anywhere without...
June 6th, 2014, 01:59 PM
Would it make a huge difference if he did have a crush on you? He'll still be your best friend. It's important not to take other people's word as truth when it comes to someone's feelings. The only...
I know a guy whose middle name is Rhoslyn because it was his mother's maiden name. It has the pronunciation you want. I don't think any of the poll options do, to be honest.
May 31st, 2014, 02:30 PM
vofarrell26 - Thanks! I love Clara Snow as well...it's so wintry and rings like a bell ^_^ Thanks for suggesting some middles for Snow, that seems to be unusually difficult for me. I adore Snow...
Sounds like quite a challenge! I'll see if I can be of any help (and I apologize in advance for any repeats)
Grant, Isla, and...
May 29th, 2014, 06:20 PM
Thanks so much for your responses!
lovemysweeties - My favorite of your suggestions is Vivienne. I've always been a sucker for it, especially with this spelling. Not sure how I feel about pairing...
May 29th, 2014, 03:49 PM
Snow is one of my favorite word names, with the added bonus of some really wonderful namesakes. Snow is a major character in one of my favorite books, Solitaire, and there's also the various tellings...
Anja and Elsa immediately sprang to mind.
Alright, Berries, after a few days of mulling it over, the current list of options (in order of preference) is as follows:
Phoenix: Maximus, Gryphon
Ptolemy: Auberon, Antares, Polaris
Artemus: Theseus, Severus
Lorenzo: Antonio, Firenze
Nikolai: Aleksei, Dimitri, Dominic, Niklaus
May 20th, 2014, 07:49 PM
The Fifth Element. It's campy and ridiculous and cheesy and completely over the top and I freaking LOVE it. I have probably seen it like 30 times.
Favorites are Thea and Phoebe. I love the soft, romantic vibe and the mythological connection with Phoebe is an extra bonus. I also love Tessa, Simone, and Nadia.
Beth and Kate are both very...
Yay for more responses! I am getting really excited about some of these combo ideas!
watz - Thanks! I adore the whimsical magical-but-grounded feeling of nature names in the middle slot. You have...
I don't think anyone's intent was to judge or censure a legitimate family for how many children they have or don't have. I think the point of a question like that is to ascertain whether or not the...
I do think the name is typically a one-person name and will label you as a fan. I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing. Many of the names on my list are fandom-inspired. I do find it a bit odd,...
I actually think Anthem makes a smashing word name, like a quirky, noble-sounding twist on Anthony. I have never been a fan of Llewellyn, but for some reason pairing it with Anthem makes me a huge...
I love it on paper, but not so much when said aloud. Perhaps it's just the way I pronounce it, but I hear Cruella DeVille O.o
I do love the meaning though, and Rue is a beautiful nickname!
I think Olivia would make a splendid middle name, as it is in keeping with the style of her sister's middle, Sophia. I would hesitate to go too feminine with the first name, as you don't want someone...
Although every Morgan I have personally met was female, I still think boy when I hear the name. It seems so handsome and rugged and fresh on a boy, like seafoam crashing against rocky Irish cliffs...
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