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Another vote for Solomon Jude! I also like Sol, and perhaps Solly when he's young.
July 28th, 2014, 04:55 AM
People should be thanked, not be called judgmental and closed-minded when they are asked to give their opinion and then take their time to help by giving an honest but negative one. Tilelli from...
March 13th, 2014, 12:02 AM
I like Emerald Llian Phantasm the best out of my choices. Thank you!!!
March 8th, 2014, 07:27 PM
Fun! Thank you so much!!!
December 14th, 2013, 11:56 PM
Since you are a Leo and seem to want to work something catlike into your name, how about Jynx Panthera?
An African lion's scientific name is "Panthera Leo," so you could also do a play on that...
Danica (Slavic, "morning star.")
Ausra (Lithuanian, "dawn")
Ayelet (Hebrew, "dawn")
Eos (Greek goddess of the dawn)
Fioralba (Italian, “flower + dawn)
Morning (Word name)
If you want "Don" in...
I went to high school with a Tinker Bell who went by Tinker. Also at school was...and I'm not joking, a guy who had dwarfism (achondroplasia) named Happy. Fortunately, he was a great guy who WAS very...
In 2008, the parents of a nine-year old girl in New Zealand lost custody of their daughter due to having named her Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii....
Susara or Suzara have been not an uncommon names in South Africa for hundreds of years...particularly good if you have a Sarah to honor, too. Susa or Suza are shortened variations.
I get compliments on Mila all the time, although I might go with Milena if naming a baby. I'm officially Pamela but became Mila due to siblings and friends, calling me Pammie-La.
December 5th, 2012, 02:17 AM
Tigerlily. They have a three-syllable Italian surname, which sounds really strange with it. The only nickname she is ever called is Ti.
Like Greenapple said, this is very common in the Scandinavian countries...and also in many other countries around the world where patronymic (and sometimes matronymic) surnames are still are, used,...
Agnes (like only pronounced the French way, ahn yay.)
October 21st, 2012, 05:12 PM
Although I like the name Isaac, I can never forget a boy who was bullied by others chanting "I sick, I sick, I sick."
Go for it! It absolutely would not rule out Lily, however, Lila might be a bit much with Lela. I love Lela as a nn for Ashley. I actually go by Mela (mee luh) for Pamela which is more of a stretch...
August 23rd, 2012, 09:49 PM
I never loved my son's name and tried quite a few times to call him something else, but it never stuck. Ironically, he is now an adult, and HE has always loved his name. Meanwhile, I still have my...
August 17th, 2012, 05:59 PM
There are some beautiful Indian names. Just a few:
6. Brooklyn is derived from the Dutch, "Breukelen," which means "broken land." Etymology is important to me.
7. Brooklyn feels a little down market to me.
Therefore, Brooklyn is simply NMS....
I LOVE the idea. Since Amelie has an Armenian middle name, maybe Zara would feel left out if she didn't get an Armenian middle name, too? As pretty as Zara Rose is, I would absolutely vote for...
April 30th, 2012, 12:56 AM
Thea does go well with Elsa and Greta, if hubby agrees! Also, perhaps;
Helena, nn Lena
March 11th, 2012, 01:09 AM
Ivy was the first name to pop into my head, but I see that you've decided upon Clara. Congratulations!
If pronounced properly in Italian, it would be ahn ee ah, or maybe AHnee ah is easier to understand.
It would absolutely not have the nya sound in Anya, without the silent g before the n, which...
October 31st, 2011, 09:01 PM
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October 25th, 2011, 04:09 PM
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