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I like Meara Roisin although the close R's do make it a little tricky to pronounce. From the names in your signature, I like Nora or Sylvie best with Callum and Jack. Sylvie Roisin is a nice combo.
What about Rosabel?
Some other possibilities:
Rose Matilda Isabel
Rose Charlotte Isabel
Rose Isabel Charlotte
Rose Isabel Jane
Rose Isabel Mae
I don't think Eowyn is too LOTR-- I don't think it would lead to teasing, but maybe some "knowing" looks from other adults. Both names are pretty similar to me so it's hard to pick a favorite. ...
Because of the strong vowel sounds at the end of Tea, I'd suggest using something that starts with a consonant instead of a vowel (and this will help with any word issues too). What about Tea Lenore...
Malaina Charlotte and Everett Theodore are my favorites from your list.
I think the most important thing is to have a name that both sides of the family can pronounce with relative ease (yes, pun intended).The names rooted in Latin or biblical names are probably a happy...
October 17th, 2014, 10:53 PM
You're totally right about the accent-- I just don't know how to type it! And there were a couple other members of the peerage who had children in this list. You can also tell that several old...
I like Eulalia best too. Sylvie was the first name that came to mind and Eulalia Sylvie would be a nice combination.
Eoin seems more ethereal when compared to Esther so I'd go with something else. I like the suggestions above. Owen or Evan and Esther would be nice and they both share the short E sound.
October 15th, 2014, 06:57 PM
I really like the mn Jardine that 2 of the boys above have-- Douglas Jardine is my favorite-- sounds like an early movie star (like Douglas Fairbanks I guess).
Other names I really like are:
October 15th, 2014, 06:48 PM
While there are a lot of names I like here, the standouts for me are:
Lucy Perpetua Rose
Boadicea Charlotte (this one makes me smile)
Antonia Audrey Helene
October 14th, 2014, 08:13 PM
Here are the girls names to go with the boys list that I posted separately. There are some great names here! Which are your favorites?
GIRLS NAMES FROM BRITISH TELEGRAPH July-Oct 2014
October 14th, 2014, 07:05 PM
I'm always curious to see what's going on name-wise "across the pond." I found several interesting trends-- lots of "royal" names and classics. Which are your favorites?
BOYS NAMES FROM BRITISH...
It seems more like a boy-name to me. I'm not a big fan, but I do like the Dutch girl name Marlies that could be spelled Marlise for better English pronunciation.
October 12th, 2014, 06:55 PM
Sabine is a great name and you've got a lot of good choices on your list. If you love the names, I don't think any of the concerns should prevent you from using them-- I don't think they are show...
Phoebe Charlotte Louise
Phoebe Charlotte Jane
Phoebe Charlotte Elizabeth
Phoebe Charlotte Pauline
Phoebe Charlotte Delphine
Phoebe Charlotte Rose
Daphne Elizabeth Amelia
I like Rose/Rosie best-- simple and classic.
I prefer Graham and like that it has the family connection, so I'd use it. Graham Henry is a great combination.
I'm not a fan of Huck for the same reason that I don't like Tucker-- I think these names both lead to a lot of teasing. As suggested above, I like Hayes, Hawthorne, and Heath with Sterling.
Being a Lucinda, I'm biased-- I love having it as a formal name and using it professionally with the more approachable Luci as a nn.
October 10th, 2014, 07:57 PM
Harlan and Rafferty make a good sibset, so I'd keep it for a second son (if you think this is a possibility). Other possible mns:
October 10th, 2014, 07:53 PM
I agree with the above advice-- something longer, but not ending in O. I would probably stay away from names starting or ending in R too.
I voted for Georgia because I like it best with Booker. The suggestion of Eliza though is really good as it fits nicely with Caroline and Booker.
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