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I think Theresa is beautiful and unexpected.
If you're not opposed, I like it with a long middle actually. I know everybody loves 3-1 rhythm but since your surname is short and Theresa is classic...
Various combos, they mix and match mostly:
Molly Jane Celeste
Gemma Lee Chantal
Chloe Isabel Marie
Emily Carys Blythe
Coralie Eliza June (I like Coral/Coralie more than Cora?)
I don't like it at all, but I still associate Anna/Hannah/Chana with the actual meaning and I speak a little Hebrew.
I also don't get naming kids things without knowing what the name means. Like,...
Mabel and Maybelle
Yesterday, 09:25 PM
Morrigan - 'Phantom Queen' a semi-scary Irish mythology goddess of war and ravens. And it has a fairly imposing sound IMO. I don't think it's masculine though.
-Sienna - I like it better than Aubrey and Audrey definitely. The colour is pleasant. I like it's warm, earthy feel. I wouldn't use it though. I like some other names that are similar too much to...
Yesterday, 04:01 AM
Snowdrops are lovely flowers, so delicate and magical-looking, but I don't like the English name much. I do like Eirlys, which is Welsh for the same flower though. It'd pair well with Myfanwy too....
I like Ra-ra actually. I think my sister is thinking of that. (She doesn't want Ella because elsewhere on her list is Lucinda, and Cinda + Ella is a bit too cute!)
I love the spelling Raphaela but...
April 14th, 2014, 02:35 AM
Brynn is all right, but I'd consider Branwen, Bryony, or Betony. Bryony is actually a pretty nice mix of the sounds of Brynn and Emery while not being as masculine as either. Bryony and Betony are...
Emmett and Ezra are my favourites. Finn is very nice, as Owen and Julian.
Flynn is yucky, it reminds me of Errol Flynn.
Leo & Milo are not my style.
I really dislike Oliver, Roman, and Soren...
Some I love, sorry for any repeats:
Amy - Not very popular for babies?
I prefer Zain to Zayn.
I like the name itself a lot but I'd probably spell it Zane. Zain is the other option I'd consider.
April 14th, 2014, 12:17 AM
I love Vespertine.
I also love:
Undine and Ondine
I prefer Iona to Fiona, but Fiona is okay. I don't like many F girls' names aside from Felicity/Felicia, it's just a weird thing I have.
I don't like Bronwyn as much as Branwen (said pretty much...
I like Kate, but while I feel like Katherine/Catherine is always in, Kate cycles. I find it very pretty, but I suspect it will bottom out to about where Kathy is now - firmly mom-name and...
April 11th, 2014, 07:46 AM
If I understood the OP right, withinreason, I think they were asking for something to sibset with Crispin, not serve as a MN?
I immediately thought Ambrose but see it's already up. I also love...
April 11th, 2014, 01:39 AM
More I thought of after my post:
Luscinia and Lucasta
Philomena and Philomela
Melusina and Mélisande
I like Aidan (though only this spelling, not Aiden).
Alden is okay but I wonder how many times a day it would be misread as Aiden, looking at it. Like, I like Iola, but 9/10 people think I wrote...
April 11th, 2014, 12:16 AM
Meg, Daisy, Maisie, Peggy, Rita, and Mae are some of the most classic nicknames for Margaret besides Maggie. Gretchen is derived from a German variant. Greta is another possibility.
April 10th, 2014, 10:23 PM
There are combos I really love:
Jane Xanthe or Hannah Zephirine
Lee Raziela or Libi Ravenna
Yeah, I say lie-sander. Or lyyyyye-sander, maybe.
liss-ander is not attractive to me.
April 10th, 2014, 09:46 PM
I adore Mae. I find it a perfect mix of class and sassy.
I like both Mabel and Maybelle, though I say them differently.
My husband and I have always squabbled about Mae vs. May but thanks for...
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