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Violet Emelia Mary & Caleb Elias Joseph
July 20th, 2015, 06:14 PM
I think Vivienne West is by far the best option out of the three. I did immediately think of Vivienne Westwood though. I assumed you must be a fan until I read the comments.
Alice Maire & August Spencer
Edit: Sorry double post!
Cordelia is by far my favorite of your options.
Dorthea Meadow and Charles Godfrey
I like Ashely on a boy and love the nickname Ash. I know boys with the names Sandy, Madison, Whitney, Kelly... I have never heard them teased for it. With so many girls having unisex names these...
July 18th, 2015, 02:03 PM
I love the suggestion of Shoshana. Sasha sounds like a very logical nickname for it. I also like the meaning "lily."
July 15th, 2015, 01:05 PM
Rosalie I prefer just Ros, but with Rosalie you can always use the nickname Rose
Amalia I like this, but it's a little too close to the very popular Amelia for me.
Isla-Lea I am just not a huge...
July 14th, 2015, 10:11 PM
Augustus: I love this name. It feels very regal and steeped in history
Atticus: I love this name for similar reasons as Augustus
Tristan: This reminds me of a popular not-so-no jock from the 90's. ...
That is a really interesting point about unisex names and gender identity. I had a "boy Taylor" and "girl Taylor" in a class growing up. They were hardly ever referred to as just "Taylor."
I think it's much too sexy for a person, but it would be great on a cat!
Here is the definition:
an impudent, cunning, or boldly flirtatious girl or young woman.
They sound great together! I would be thrilled to meet sisters named Rose, Alice and Frances.
That's an interesting question! I do not find Archer as macabre as Hunter. Archer makes me think of kids at summer camp shooting arrows at a brightly painted target. This is purely a personal opinion...
Hi! I will divide your list into three sections: usable, more usable w/changes, and less usable
A list of my favorites (with edits) are at the bottom.
I have to agree with babymagic. When I hear the name Hunter I think of death, and slaughter. It feels very macabre.
June 22nd, 2015, 03:04 PM
Seraphina -I like this, it feels whimsical and romantic
Willow -I like this and the imagery of the willow tree
Aurora -This name is a bit of a tongue twister for me
@leah3456 Your names are solid, classic, and timeless. They are vintage but not too old fashioned. You seem to be a classic and sensible person. You might like old movies and dressing up. You may...
I would say Harris or Cade. The double "son" is a little repetitive.
June 18th, 2015, 03:39 PM
Sorry for any repeats!
Sirena: ("mermaid" in Spanish)
Maris: (of the sea)
Cordelia: (heart/daughter of the sea)
Marilla: (shinning sea)
Beryl: (sea green jewel)
Marin or Marine (of the sea)
I love Jane!
My favorite Jane combo, and potential future name for a daughter, is Jane Dahlia.
June 13th, 2015, 09:52 PM
Your future kids are so lucky to have you naming them! You have a beautiful list!
Penelope - 7 I really like this name but I do worry about it being a flash-in-the-pan name. I also don't love the...
These are my top five (in no particular order) from your list :)
Finn & Adelaide
Finn & Cora
Finn & Daphne
Finn & Eloise
Finn & Maeve
June 10th, 2015, 06:03 PM
I like Gabriel. It might be helpful to write down a list of reasons why you like each name!
My vote would be for Lyra Josephine! It feels like a great compromise!
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