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May 23rd, 2015, 03:25 PM
Miriam, Tovah, Naomi, and Eliorah are absolutely perfect. They represent a clear style, fit well together (in case you return to this list for future daughters), and are all strong, gorgeous names.
May 19th, 2015, 10:49 PM
May 14th, 2015, 12:38 AM
Great question. My answer will echo a lot of what's already been said. For me, guilty pleasures are:
1) Names I love but are too popular to use. James, William, Lily, Violet, Isabel, Benjamin,...
May 13th, 2015, 08:04 PM
Nova Sophie, Alma Winter, Darwin Skye, Reese Adlai, and Lars Alton
601-625: Lucian and Beatrice
626-650: Atlas and Coraline (WOW!)
651-675: Bruno and Marina
676-700: Amos and Chaya
701-725: Cassius and Marjorie
726-750: Thaddeus and Margot
751-775: Samir and...
401-425: Rory and Gwendolyn
426-450: Ellis and Dahlia
451-475: Finnegan and Celeste
476-500: Harvey and Sylvia (ADORE)
501-525: Theo and Anika
526-550: Augustus and Willa
551-575: Moshe and...
201-225: Jasper and Tessa
226-250: Simon and Iris
251-275: Felix and Juliet
276-300: Donovan (nn Dov) and Eloise
301-325: Archer and Miriam
326-350: Gideon and Talia
351-375: Quinn and Catalina...
801-825: Apollo and Ariadne (with Esme as a close runner-up)
826-850: Reuben and Aurelia
851-875: Emory and Bonnie (so excited to see Bonnie chart!)
876-900: Dimitri and Emmaline (though I prefer...
May 10th, 2015, 03:14 AM
I would have literally no idea how to pronounce any of these names. Even looking at them makes my head hurt. Just...why?
Thanks for your feedback, everyone! It seems like opinion is pretty divided. Jem-EE-na is the clear winner in terms of preferred pronunciation. Like a few people who commented, I also love the name...
I would appreciate feedback on the name Jemina. From what little information I can find, it's a relative of Jemima, and shares the same meaning: "dove." I like the phonetic connection to Benjamin (a...
May 7th, 2015, 12:59 AM
Catalina Victoria is absolutely stunning.
May 6th, 2015, 10:59 PM
I immediately subtracted all misspelled names. -lie is not pronounced "lee"; its pronounced "lie." Hadlie is not pronounced like Hadley; it's pronounced HAD-lie. Adding extra letters, or swapping...
May 6th, 2015, 09:28 PM
More: Willa, Mae, Diana, Ramona, Sally, Thea, June, Lucia, Matilda, Esme, Verity, Blythe, Isadora, Edwina, Adeline, Mercy, Judith, Louisa, Francesca, Wilhelmina, Mavis, Arden, Rosamund,...
May 6th, 2015, 09:13 PM
These are great suggestions. I'll add Pearl, Iris, Opal, Greta, Clara, Delilah, Fiona, Virginia, Elsa, Josie, Rosalie, Rosalind, Wendy, Valeria, Emmeline, Georgia, Rose, Theresa, and Helena.
May 6th, 2015, 11:15 AM
Either Eloise and Matilda or Iris and Sylvie.
May 2nd, 2015, 10:17 PM
Hopefully no repeats.
May 2nd, 2015, 10:05 PM
Hopefully no repeats.
April 22nd, 2015, 07:23 PM
April 21st, 2015, 01:18 AM
I think Southern Belle, I think of a white woman sunning herself on the porch while slaves are tortured, exploited, and abused in the background. So...Scarlett?
I know a lot of Jewish boys and men with this name. Because the concept of Israel is so spiritually central to a lot of Jews, I don't see this name as inherently political...but on a non-Jewish baby,...
Cyan (I knew a girl with this name in undergrad, as well as a girl named Ginger)
Darcy, Madison, Taylor, Avery, and Evelyn were all originally used exclusively for boys for hundreds of years. If you give your daughter one of these names, you are giving her a traditionally male...
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