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May 23rd, 2015, 08:20 PM
With a sister Zara, brother Knox, Pax, or Maddox is a bit too close to the Jolie-Pitt kids for me.
Zayn: personally I think it is too close to Zara for siblings. Also, similarly spellings combined...
May 22nd, 2015, 01:52 AM
Is it just me that can't see or post comments on the blog post "Oh no they didn't" posted to the homepage on May 21, 2015? I see this error message where the link usually is:
"Parse error: syntax...
May 18th, 2015, 01:30 PM
I really like the names you've chosen!
Roksana (a little edgier than Juliana?)
Thanks everyone for your replies! It's interesting to see how many of our significant folks like names that are nameberry approved! I thought for sure I'd get a lot of responses with trendy names......
May 16th, 2015, 03:37 PM
I love this porch-sitter name! I know an Almadene in her late 20s who is not country nor Southern. I met her about 10 years ago and my first thought was that it must be a smoosh name. Good work...
Hey berries! I'm wondering if you would share what your non-name-nerd partner, best friend, or parent thinks is a great name?!
My partner likes Begonia and Coral nn Coco for girls and...
May 10th, 2015, 09:25 PM
I like Cindy, Hy, Cia, Cinthia, Hi-C, and Hana (meaning flower) as nicknames!
My partner loves this name. We know a young girl who almost exclusively goes by Coco, full name Coral. He thinks Coral and Coco are perfection (:
I like it too (just less than he does) and think...
since there are other monarchies outside of Europe, here's what I would name...
A Thai prince: Ashwin Saranyu
A Thai princess: Busarakham Isra-dao
A Japanese princess: Hiro or Masuyo Kasumi ...
The band nerd in me thinks of William Kiefer's march, so I picture a boy who is intellectual, sensitive, and enjoys a certain amount of organized creativity. I think it would be a good name, fitting...
I'd love to see a sibset of Violet and Rigby.
I like a lot of the other options suggested, but only have one original idea to offer (:
May 2nd, 2015, 04:55 PM
It seems like almost everyone's choices seem to be rearrangements of the top 10 royal names within the past 5-6 generations with a few not-so-dark horses mixed in occasionally. Early on when...
I've liked Joss since reading Thackeray's Vanity Fair (character Jos Sedley). I like it as a nn for Joseph, Josephine, Jocelyn, Josiah, Joshua, Jessica, etc.: equally male and female presentation for...
"it's finals week and I'm posting in the forums to procrastinate. what do you think of ...?"
*every time there is a huge paper or exam*
#real talk #rightnow
*reads post about a...
April 28th, 2015, 12:06 AM
I've read the replies, repeats are a supporting vote. (:
Just a reminder that Anne means Grace, so Anne Louise Grace is a tiny bit repetitive.
When I first saw your post, I thought you were trying to chose between Louise and Eloise as middle names, so...
for what it's worth, I think it's perfectly fine to have two "old lady" names...
Between Frances Eleanor and Frances Josephine, I prefer Eleanor for the flow since there are multiple repeated...
I like Eileen a lot actually. The only person I know with this name is maybe 35, very sporty and a lot of fun to be around, so I'm not getting this "dated"/great aunt image that some people are...
Noah James and ...
Margo Faye or Fae
Margo Vae or Vada
I voted for Edward Ulysses because of the repetition between Eleanor and Theodore. I know Henry's middle name of August is on fleek with the trends, but it is much bolder than James or Thomas, so I...
dear ikfly, please get out of my head, <3 ruolan
trying not to repeat other suggestions, but here's a few:
I know a kid named Daxton, he's probably 12 now. He was the coolest of toddlers and I imagine he still is.
March 1st, 2015, 09:16 PM
My favorites with big brother Lorrin Patrick would be Noel Adrian and Paul Hudson.
February 21st, 2015, 03:16 PM
P.S. Serena, Arielle, Bennett and Dane are also on the list
It's funny that other berries think Coralie and Annaliese are too...
Of course it is mid-terms and I'm pondering name meanings and associations rather than studying and writing papers...
So here's my question, when you see a name meaning "fair," what do you usually...
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