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I know a Katarina,sometimes she goes by Kata,pronounced Kah-Tah. She's Hispanic,though.
@renrose: Does anyone in Liverpool still speak Scouse? I'm asking mainly because over here,unless someone lives out in the middle of nowhere they probably will not have a Southern accent at all. At...
@jasmine.lee: How much Maori vocab would you say has seeped into the non-native population?
I'm from Texas. We're so stereotyped here that even the other states think we're vastly different from...
September 30th, 2013, 04:53 PM
The first thing that comes to mind for me is "Wednesday's child is full of woe". Eve Tallulah Tuesday,are you still out there? I'd be interested to see her opinion on days of the week names...
September 21st, 2013, 08:49 PM
James and Patsy
Maternal Great Grandparents:
Orville and Martha
Samuel and Clarinda
Mary and Inez(...he later changed his name to Rene. Why did his...
Elise Annabel,Arabella,Mirabella etc.
September 20th, 2013, 09:00 PM
Reminds me of Fawkes the Phoenix from the Harry Potter books.
I think Violet Nayeli would be really pretty...though you would actually be starting a "flower theme" what with your name and her's.I don't know if that's a plus for you or not.
I think that if you love the name,then use it but if it is also the name of a loveable book character than that's a bonus! I love the name Yvaine because I like the sound,but hey,the Stardust...
Yvaine,maybe? That recent post that included the name reminded me how much I love it!
August 22nd, 2013, 12:55 PM
Oskar and Clark 100%. Not matchy,but they share some letters which makes the most harmonious pairing to my ear.
August 22nd, 2013, 12:48 PM
They are beautiful names,but one thing you may want to consider is that at some point in time you will inadvertently call Pippa Pippi or Vivi Viva. I'm going to assume you are aware of the connection...
I voted Gabriel. I like the sound better. Plus,you can shorten it to Gabe,and I'm big on nicknames.
Tatiana. Pretty and feminine but sounds more substantial than Viviana.
I like it,but when I brought the name up to my mom she said it's too close to Leanne and sounds feminine. That may be most other people's reaction to this name I'm afraid.
Isabella is beautiful,but yes,it is VERY popular. If you think the name is too popular for you,than you could always change the middle name to something less common.
I don't think it works. I wouldn't want to be constantly mistaken as a boy. Since it has a fair amount of meaning to you,however,I would use it as a middle name.
August 6th, 2013, 06:30 PM
I think Isolde and Calliope are best,though Isolde goes better with Aphrodite in my opinion.
August 6th, 2013, 11:36 AM
Maybe you could combine lists and mix and match your favorites by using a first name you like,and a middle your wife likes,or vice versa.Like Isabelle Summer,Celeste Aria,etc etc. Or ask yourselves...
August 5th, 2013, 05:15 PM
Ooh,very pretty! I guess I imagine a girl with big brown eyes eating a red apple? That came out of nowhere.
August 5th, 2013, 05:10 PM
Sorry,I'm not too great at suggesting names,but I think Ragnar is a real winner. Matches the quirky style your other children's names have!
August 3rd, 2013, 12:29 PM
Alina or Corrina,but unless you mean for it to be pronounced "Core-ee-nah",I'd go with spelling it Corinna. Both are good,familiar sounding yet stand out from the crowd,and with a lot less future...
August 3rd, 2013, 12:24 PM
Ronan. Roman seems odd to me as a name,I don't see "Indian","Serbian",or "Swede" as being actual names so why Roman? Rowan comes at a close second,but Ronan is on trend in a very good way.
If you have to ask than it's probably not,though the way I'm pronouncing it makes it sounds like the mythical god of war's name.
I actually like it a lot! It's no weirder than Lovejoy,if you think about it.
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