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I like Anya the best, but I also like the random-type suggestions. Is your grandmother still alive? Maybe she would like to give the baby a Polish-language nickname.
July 17th, 2013, 12:09 AM
Caroline! They all sound nice, but I just prefer Caroline by far, on its own and as a match for Christopher. More nickname options, and Claire seems to rhyme a bit with the surname.
May 7th, 2013, 12:41 AM
Thea is very pretty, but very safe and fairly conservative. Ramona and Verona each have a feel of their own, and to me, it's not a bad thing that Ramona is kind of a perennial eight year old girl. I...
Maybe a posh surname name?
Leaves me cold. It looks kind of like a verb [Inquirin' minds want to know!] and also has ambiguous pronunciation. Kweerin, Kwy-rin, Kee-rin, Kwur-in.
I love Q names but this isn't one for me.
February 4th, 2013, 12:38 PM
There's also Tybee, which is a gorgeous island off the coast of Georgia.
February 4th, 2013, 03:04 AM
Over Ashley? Noo! How about Cary ;) ?
I looked up a few Southern US states to see if they had any governors with historical names, and I came across a few possibilities:
February 3rd, 2013, 12:47 AM
If you want to, it could work and be wonderful. I don't know where you are, but there are number of English male soccer players named Ashley right now, and I think it's rather refreshing (and sexy,...
I like Violet Evangeline best, too. All the others are fine, but I am kind of tired of Elizabeth as a default middle name, unless it honors someone, of course. Violet Eve sounds almost like a perfume...
Caspar--I love Caspar, and I think it's perfectly distinct.
Vincent--Love this, too but has a similar sound to Quentin, where it's not quite a rhyme but not not a rhyme
Arthur--possibly a good...
If you have any reluctance about using the name, it will probably nag regardless if you can justify it or can explain the decision satisfactorily. If you like the sound and what India conjures up for...
February 2nd, 2013, 11:28 AM
Atticus Love it, but possibly more popular than you think, depending on your social circle
Declan Used to like it, but right now I think it needs to go away and kind of figure itself out.
February 2nd, 2013, 10:55 AM
Nobody's mentioned A Letter to Elise by the Cure? :)
I don't know if the name is dated precisely, but I graduated from high school in the 90s and two of my HS friends who've recently had babies...
December 8th, 2012, 03:06 AM
I think as a rule you might want to eliminate names that end in R--Sawyer, Parker, Piper, etc. because of the surname. If you're unsure about using family names, cut them out.
From your list I...
I think it's fine. Wien would be strange, but Vienna sounds reasonably nice if you're okay with place names.
Yummy, yummy krill...mmm.
By itself, it's okay if you don't mind the city or the other associations. I was at a Target the other day, and there a six year old who answered to Abilene. If you like...
I like it! I think it entered the US via Ryan's Hope a million years ago, and to me it's a more substantial one-syllable name. It's the only long-A name I like--can't stand Grace, Blake, Lake or the...
November 13th, 2012, 02:12 PM
They sound nice together! They are probably the edge of my comfort level for similarity, but the initials and consonants are different enough for me. My only other reservation was that I thought they...
I think it's great--it fits into that great category of being familiar yet surprising and unusual. The trees are amazing, too, and to me, a more preferable namesake than delicate flowers. Run with it...
October 21st, 2012, 12:24 AM
Antonella, Pierina, Beatrice with Italian pronunciation, Giannina, Sibilla, Sveva
October 21st, 2012, 12:12 AM
Like it a lot!
I think it's very interesting, but I can see wanting to be careful and putting it in the middle.
I personally love the idea of a raptor or hawk being a girl's name, and not just the teeny widdle...
October 20th, 2012, 09:10 PM
I think Rafferty and Cormac go with the arty but accessible vibe of Sasha. I rather strongly dislike both Taylor and Tyler, and I don't think either goes with Sasha. Travis is okay, but it doesn't...
I think it's interesting because it's enigmatic. It's sporty and arty, uncommon but familiar.
Agree with others! Coralie, Coraline or even Coralina would be nice. Coralette is nice enough, but 'ette' makes things sound like an appliance at times. Kitchenette, etc.
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