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Nora, Lydia, Charlotte, Flora, Jane?
Adela / Adele
Nora is beautiful (I think Juliet and Nora would make the most darling sister names). I'm not sure how popular it is right now, but do you meet many little Noras? That might be more important than...
Anya (though I like AHN-na, so basically Anna with a more European A sound)
Aurore - I think Aurore would be au-ROAR (as in roar like a lion), at least my...
Yesterday, 07:43 PM
@lanternlight's Caspar Nicholas is simple and yet so gorgeous, totally up my alley.
Emilia Ingrid & Felix Henry
M&M: Matilda Elizabeth & Henry Benedict
November 26th, 2015, 08:06 PM
Some will be repeats as this is a list I made a while back:
I don't love the name itself, but I think Marlow would be sweet on a boy. However, with the added -e it does come off as rather feminine.
November 25th, 2015, 01:37 PM
Liv. If it were Nora without an -h, then Nora.
November 24th, 2015, 03:09 PM
I love Louisa with Konrad, Mabel isn't German to me at all, it's still sweet with Konrad but it makes me think "vintage American" rather than "vintage German".
I love Frieda and Wilhelmina from...
I love Leonor!
It's been on my short list for the longest time, it's not right now but I'll see if I can find any old combos.
Anyway, some ideas:
They're not that good but here you go:
Esther Bethny Maud
Lydia Constance Maud (maybe Lydia Florence Maud)
Edith Matilda Constance/Cadence
Maud Aurelia Constance
Theodore Silas James
While it's not my personal style, I absolutely love it for you. It goes really well with the nature theme you have going on and I view both Emerson and Wilder as two modern, adventurous, bold and...
November 23rd, 2015, 05:34 PM
I really love Arthur and Henry and I might keep all of them on the list should you decide upon seeing your boy, that he doesn't suit the name you chose. However, if you do want to make a decision...
Reminds me of Castor Transports (transport of nucular waste), which, when they happen, always kindle a heated debate. I do think it is usable but I'm not a fan of the association, so I would...
November 22nd, 2015, 05:50 PM
I voted for Caroline. I find Arabella Lu / Isabella Lu to be a bit too sing-songey and very L heavy. Caroline Lu also has the Ls close together but the names don't run into each other.
Suggestions (that have nothing to do with Eulalia, though)
I think it's a bit much (or maybe I'm just not a big fan of the pronunciation), but you have to love it, not me .
There are several shorter versions of the name, such as Eula, Eulala, Lalia and...
November 22nd, 2015, 04:03 AM
Emilia Caroline, Leonore Emma, Felix Henry, Benedict Asher & Casper Nicholas
November 22nd, 2015, 04:00 AM
Leonore Emma & Felix Henry
November 21st, 2015, 11:29 PM
I prefer very feminine but not too frilly names with Lavinia, some of my favourites:
from the ones...
Do they like nature/word names? Maybe something like River or Brooks? Or do they prefer unusual classics such as Melvin or Kit. Or do they prefer more modern names like Aiden and Hunter?
P - Pearl, Penelope/Pippa, Phoebe
Q - Quinta, Quinn, Quilla
R - Rose, Rosalind, Rosa
S - Sophie, Sybil, Serafina
T - Theodora, Thea, Tessa
K - Kitty, Katherine, Klara
L - Lavinia, Lydia, Leonor/a
M - Matilda, Mary, Marigold/Martha
N - Nora, Nell, Niamh
O - Ophelia, Ottilie, Octavia
F - Flora, Fleur & Florence (so diverse, I know)
G - Georgiana, Genoveva, Gwendolyn
H - Henrietta/e, Hattie, Helena/Hermione
I - Isabel, Ida, Isadora
J - Juliet, Jane, Josephine
November 21st, 2015, 06:14 PM
Which is the important thing, that you like them :)
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