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I really dislike Morgan but love Morgana - it's weird how much difference one letter makes!
Both Morgana Iris and Ilaria Morgana are beautiful. A couple of my favourite Morgana combos are Aveline...
October 26th, 2014, 08:50 PM
I picture a stuck up little girl with pigtails and frilly dresses who bosses everyone around - this is probably because I used to know a little Imogen who was like this and she pretty much ruined the...
Rhiannon is not a name I am usually a fan of but I think it works beautifully with Rhiannon, and is far more exciting than Georgia. I also think that Alice and Julia really complement each other :)
I recently started a French evening class but don't have much time to practise so feel free to message me in French too Whirligig :D
September 26th, 2014, 05:43 PM
Asa Benjamin (my absolute top favourite boys' combo :) )
I think Ivor is great! It has family associations for me so I have considered adding it to my list. It feels very Welsh to me, even though obviously it's origins aren't actually Welsh. It's a very...
It is pronounced Av-uh-LEEN, it's a beautiful name
What both kimigrace and Mischa said is exactly what I was going to say except I probably couldn't have worded it as well. Basically Niamh is a pretty Irish name that is not that hard to get the hang...
September 9th, 2014, 03:39 AM
Well I guess you'll like a course with lots of lectures then, so maybe PBL is not for you :) The majority of courses will contain PBL to a certain extent, but some more than others. The school...
Sabrina Rosalie "Bri" - not a fan of Sabrina, all I think of is Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Rosalie is pretty, the flow is ok but a bit off
Hermione Sienna "Maia" - I like Hermione and wish I could...
September 8th, 2014, 04:06 PM
I don't know what it's like for other international students, but I was going to apply to study medicine in Ireland and the academic entry requirements were much tougher than for the UK (my good A...
September 7th, 2014, 04:09 PM
No need for the next person to rate my signature, just wanted to post again to apologise to @sigma! I started doing my post before you posted yours but I kept going away and coming back to it so it...
September 7th, 2014, 04:04 PM
If you have any more questions about medical schools in the UK, feel free to ask me. I can't guarantee that I'll be any help, but I'll try :)
September 7th, 2014, 02:21 PM
Adelina Sophia - 7/10 Adelina is really pretty, one of my favourites and Sophia is nice (though overused as a first). As a combo it is a bit frilly for me with them ending -ina and -ia
September 7th, 2014, 01:17 PM
I think (I haven't looked much into this) that after completing a medical degree here you can apply for residency posts in the USA but the competition is much fiercer than home students so is very...
September 7th, 2014, 11:35 AM
Ahh ok. I don't know how much you know about the system here so sorry if you already know this (and sorry if I've got anything wrong - I am going to be a medical student this year and have done lots...
September 7th, 2014, 09:07 AM
I don't think I can be much help other than to add that I would also recommend Bath! I applied there (for a different course and ended up not accepting my offer as I was applying elsewhere for...
There are some exceptions (as always with this kind of thing!) but I pretty much always say -ee-uh. I find the -yuh sound unattractive. I have never even heard names like Amelia, Olivia, Ophelia,...
The only person I've ever known called Antonia pronounced it An-TOH-nee-uh, but when saying it fast it always came out more like An-TOH-nya (I always dislike the sound of -ya at the end of names...
@tiannarose - the only other one I could think of was Tia and I felt the same, it's just nowhere near as magical as Hestia
@isioleth - thanks :)
@geeknamezyo - yeah, I thought of hussy too and...
I love Hestia and (at the moment!) would love to name a future (long way in the future) daughter Hestia.
Would Hessie be a ridiculous nn?
If you think it would be, can you think of any other...
September 2nd, 2014, 03:25 PM
I'm pretty sure it's oh-TEE-lee-uh but I can't help pronouncing it OH-tih-lee! (OH like in cot, tih like in tick, lee like in leaf)
I'm really confused about your pronunciation AH-ty-lee, are you...
September 1st, 2014, 04:05 AM
I have always said Muh-TEE-us but I think if you wanted Muh-TYE-us it wouldn't be too hard to enforce.
I have never heard Muh-THIGH-us and I think the name loses it's beauty when pronounced that way.
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