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I grouped these into 3 to for better suggestions.
Classic and elegant:
Helena, Caroline, Penelope, Rose, Emmeline, Violet, Matilda, Evangeline, Diana, Hazel, Johanna, Josephine, Katherine,...
I like Lucy and Sophie together and don't think the -EE ending is too much. If it bothers you though, I'd go with another classic and relatively short name. Some suggestions: Alice, Ava, Claire,...
I think Vera and Pax(ton) work well together and I don't think most people will know that they have Latin roots. Vida would would be great with Pax. Some other possibilities: Verity, Violet,...
I prefer Zoe slightly over Stella, but they are both nice names. Stella Marie and Zoe Annabelle work best, but what about combining Marie and Annabelle to Mariana/Marian, Mirabel, Mabel/Maybelle,...
August 19th, 2014, 07:54 PM
You do have lovely names and a great sense of style for your sibset! I do think Daphne and Felix would work really well.
Some other possibilities:
Hazel, Maude, Imogen, Rafferty, Stella,...
August 17th, 2014, 05:20 PM
Leopold (Leo) and
Frederick and Lucinda, Josephine, Millicent, Clementine, Juliet, Cordelia
Desmond and Frances, Esther, Roxanne, Judith
Calvin and Daphne, Edith, Maud, Violet
Edwin and Flora, Jane, Mary, Clara,...
August 10th, 2014, 09:38 PM
Well, you've got a cool last name, so pretty much anything you put in front of it sounds good! While I like a lot of your names, my favorites from your list are Isaiah and Wesley. I'm from Texas...
I think Dylan is too close and like Graham best from your list with Jacob, Collin, and Maxwell.
Some other possibilities:
Jacob, Collin, Maxwell, and
What about using variants of James or John?
Bradley Evan W__
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Bradley Seamus W__
Bradley Hamish W__
Bradley Sean W__
Bradley Shane W__
Bradley Zane W__
From your list, I definitely agree that Lilah is the best with Ruby. Lilah Helen, Lilah Sue, Lilah Suellen (if you wanted to use both names!) all work well. There are also lots of possibilities if...
August 10th, 2014, 08:32 PM
You've got some love choices here. With a classic name like Peter (even Petey or PJ), I'd go with a similar sort of name. My favorites from your list are Alice, Nora, and Millicent for a girl...
I really like Victor and Paulina Ruth from your list. Some other possibilities:
You've got a great start and lots of good names here. Daphne, Rowena, and Beatrice are my favorites from your list. I'm not a big Hilda fan, but maybe as a mn or some variation.
Some other names...
August 8th, 2014, 10:45 PM
From your list, I like Hazel Roxine or Rose __ best with Adelaide and August. Although I agree that Rosalind, Rosalie, Rosamond, etc. work better. If you want a nature theme, what about Rosemary? ...
They are both lovely so you really can't go wrong. What about waiting until she's born and seeing which one fits best then?
August 8th, 2014, 10:16 PM
Names similar to Everly: Waverly, Avery, Emery, Amelie, Amelia, Jolie, Coralie, Rosalie, Emily, Blythe, Briony, Sydney, Natalie, Cecily, Esme, Yvonne, Ellery, Elodie, Evie,...
August 7th, 2014, 11:06 PM
Linnea seems a bit more sweet while Nola is more elegant-- so either could work fine. A few more suggestions:
July 28th, 2014, 10:02 PM
Desire was not an unusual name-- I guess what brought the parents together, or maybe desiring God or something along those lines? At Plimoth Plantation one of the actresses plays the part of Desire...
From your list, I like Mathilde, Amelie, Cecily, and Isaline best with Juliette. I like the idea of using Charlotte as a mn and way to honor you and your friend too. Some other names that would...
July 28th, 2014, 08:46 PM
Ainsley and Salter are much more trendy (and preppy) than the names you seem to be considering, so maybe you should not be looking at traditional names.
Similar to Sarah: ...
July 28th, 2014, 08:21 PM
Yes-- some of the virtue names make me laugh (Obedience, Exercise, Seethe, etc.), but some I find quite lovely-- Hopestill, Restore, Remember, Clemence, etc.
I was surprised by the names we...
You've got a lot of fns ending with -A and mns starting with -A or a vowel and this makes them a little hard to pair. I've switched them around where I think it worked better or used 2 mns or 2 fns...
July 28th, 2014, 07:54 PM
I've been doing some genealogy research and am interested in the names of course! Here are some for girls that I've found. These are women/girls arriving from England or being born in the new world...
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