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I really like Cerys Octavia. All of the first name combos work well-- Octavia Celeste and Octavia Meadow are my favorites though as Lily, Grace, and Rose are more commonly used.
I love Jane-- it was my mother's middle name and now is my niece's name-- she's Jane Louise. The few Janes I know are independent, confident, fun, and lots of sass!
Yesterday, 03:03 PM
What about June instead of Juno?
Some other possibilities:
Caden, Faye, and
I think it would be nice to have a different ending for each child, so here are some possibilities:
Eleanor, Ingrid, Odette, and
Agatha - Aggie
Agnes - Nessie
Annabel - Annie
Beatrice - Bea...
July 24th, 2016, 08:12 PM
I went with Cressida Mary and my second choice would be Persephone Mary. I like the flow of Cressida Mary better and Persephone sounded closer to Calliope with the E-ending and I thought there was a...
One likes Sylvester and one likes Dax
I love Diana Frances-- Princess Diana's name!
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I'm another vote for Douglas-- it's much more distinguished and classic to me. Dudley reminds me of Dudley Do-Right from Rocky and Bullwinkle. Some similar names are Duncan, Donald, Donal, or...
What about Graham Levi? This could be for Leroy and Melvin. James seems to M-heavy with Graham, but what about Jay or Jacob (the original form of James) instead? Graham Jay or Graham Jacob are...
I like either spelling and I hope you use this name! This said, I prefer Frederic with Greta and Giselle-- that spelling seems more European and continental like the girls' names.
I like Anne Beatrix best with your sibset, but I would think about doing a different ending from Jane. Helen and Henry are kind of close and similarly Henry and Mary have the same ending. My top...
I think Stella and Arabella both go well with Scarlett. I was going to suggest the compromise above Estelle or Estella with Stella as a nn. Maybe you could use Marcella nn Stella or Celeste nn...
Jane, Lucinda, Heidi, Catherine, Heathcliff, Emily, Polly, Posey, Ramona, Rowena, Ophelia, Lara, Elizabeth, Beatrice, Rebecca, Daphne, Diana, Nancy, Josephine, Agatha, Matilda, Margaret, Scarlett,...
One parent likes Amaury, the other likes Hudson
July 22nd, 2016, 08:26 PM
From your front runners, I like Lucy best with your sibset-- it fits the traditional vibe really well. Alice or Eve would also be great choices with your last name. I'd stay away from girl's names...
I like Tallulah Pearl too. Tallulah Mae is another short mn combo. Some other possibilities:
I think Viggo is more consistent stylewise for your family and is stronger sounding than Alec, but do you want 2 V names? Because of Viggo Mortensen, I think the pronunciation is becoming more...
From your list, I like Emilio Victor or Laszlo Victor and Cordelia or Leonora Rose or Rosemund Victoria best with Sebastian. Roman and Thurston are too similar and Marlon doesn't seem as classic as...
I like Zev and think it fits nicely with Zeke, Zander, Zane, etc. Some possibilities:
Ari, Avi, Asa, Amos, Dane, Dar, Dean, Eli, Gabe, Gavi, Gil, Iov/Jov, Ira, Jael, Jeb/Jed, Jesse, Jude, Matz,...
July 17th, 2016, 05:30 PM
Emmeline's a great name, especially to honor Emma, and I don't see it ever being "crazy popular" in the U.S. Some other possibilities for honoring Emma: Gemma, Emilia, Emeraude, Clementine, Noemi,...
July 17th, 2016, 05:24 PM
Eliza, Beatrice, Josephine, Louise, Veronica, Winifred, Susannah, and Carys are my favorites from your list and with your sibset. Rowena or Roxana were the first names that came to mind with...
What about Damaris Priscilla, Damaris Lydia, or Damaris Ruth? I like these combinations quite a bit!
Romilly seems a bit unisex compared to Isabella and Pollyanna, but the other names don't quite work because they are too close. What about using Millicent nn Milly instead? It seems to fit much...
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