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I think that Elisabeth Price sounds the best, in terms of flow. I love Betsy! Betsy Price sounds really nice, too. My second favorite is Eleanor.
I like it a lot, when pronounced Pa-Reez-ah. I've heard Paris-uh which I don't like at all, but it's such a pretty name when said the first way. I think it's not overly complicated and would still...
August 31st, 2014, 11:41 AM
I love Harriet and Clementine. I think Clementine goes best with your other daughters names, though, despite how pretty they both are.
I agree with claragrey, Finola is the most obvious.
Others that can work:
I also think Nola could be a name in its own right.
August 29th, 2014, 10:40 AM
Schuyler Ezra Dean is to die for. Ezra Schuyler Dean is nice, too, but Schuyler Ezra Dean flows a bit better to me. Also, I love the name Schuyler!
Silas is so handsome :)
Silas and Wesley
Silas and Matthias
Silas and Owen
Silas and Caleb
Silas and Vincent
Silas and Atticus
Silas and Jonah
Silas and Milo
Oooh so many pretties!
I love Sebastian, Basil, Linus, Laslo, Lyle, and Bram. I think that Sebastian Xavier, Linus Xavier, and Basil Xavier are my favorites, but honestly any of the choices you...
I don't think that Rosalind Lidall sounds that great, just because of the sounds. But all the rest are really nice.
I adore Florence, it's so lovely. Rose is very traditional but not very common,...
I love Edith!
I like Nadia best. I would personally avoid the RR initials but I don't think they're that big a deal. My problem with Ruby Dawn Willow is that they are all word names. Nadia Dawn Willow is okay, but...
I'm torn on this name. When I see Amy I do think it looks dated, but Aimee looks fresh and new. I think it sounds a bit dated, too, but not to the point that it's not usable. So I'm not sure.
I like Fifer Romilly the best, although Romilly Winter is a close second to me. I just find Fifer to be so quirky and adorable, but it isn't to cutesy to be an adult's name. Romilly is a wonderful...
August 25th, 2014, 09:56 AM
Endora The way you are describing how you feel about Endora, with all the negative making you love it even more, is exactly how I feel about the name Alberta. That in mind, I really don't dislike...
August 24th, 2014, 10:59 PM
I agree that Ally makes the most sense based on the spelling of Alyssa.
Kudos for coming up with a nick name before you started school! I wish I'd chosen one when I was a freshman, as it's too...
Peter, Patrick, and Paul
Lauren and Conrad
Thanks so much everyone! I really like Concordia, and Cornelia is lovely, too. Great suggestions and input!
August 24th, 2014, 06:29 PM
I like both, but I think Seren is a better middle name than a first name in my opinion. Sabrina is lovely though! I would pick Sabrina out of the two.
I've always really liked the name Connie. I think it would fit in really well with the Daisys, Millies, and Ellies and others that are coming back into style, but it's behind the trend, which I like....
I love both names so much! I could picture myself having a little girl named Vera and a little boy named Pax, so I definitely think it would work. I don't think anyone would really notice the Latin...
First off, congratulations! I actually really love Lucy and Sophie together, but if the ee sound is really bothering you maybe name her Lucille, and call her Lucy as a nick name?
August 23rd, 2014, 06:45 PM
I personally like it best for a girl, but I can see it working on a boy, too. It's one of those names like Morgan or Riley that are pretty easy to picture on both, but once you meet a female Morgan...
Philippa Jane: Appilihp Enaj (App-ill-eep / Ee-nay)
Maxine Hero: Enixam Oreh (Ehn-icks-am / Oo-rah)
Henrietta Poet: Atteirneh Teop (Uh-teer-nuh / tee-op)
Wesley Troy: Yelsew Yort (Yell-so /...
I think that Hugh and Elin go really well together. They're both rather simple and understated, but at they are still very interesting and unique.
August 23rd, 2014, 04:50 PM
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