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This thread is sort of funny to me because I have a great-aunt Leonie, and when i was really young I was always so confused because everyone would pronounce it differently and I never knew who they...
Yes, that does sound really nice actually. Thanks, I'll add it to the list! :)
Thanks everyone! I made a list of the names I'll mention to her to see if she likes :) The ones I thought she'd like are:
Would anyone be able to help me out by giving me ideas for a 3 or 4 syllable girl name?
It would be for the middle name. First name Pauline.
My best friend since childhood found out she was...
I'm glad someone else likes Keeley!
My favourites are:
Luella, Leela, Keeley, Junia, Livia, Beatrice, Genevieve, Hazel, and Henrietta
Arlo, Solomon, Hugo, Orion, Porter, Flynn, Maxwell,...
July 9th, 2013, 07:10 AM
Other thoughts on certain names:
Diana- I don't think they will actually use this on their first born, but rather would hope for a second daughter, and place it as a middle name.
July 9th, 2013, 06:52 AM
Ive been making a family tree of the royal family like a nerd these past couple days because I wanted to see what kind of names popped up and would be fair game.
Based on that, if I was naming a...
July 9th, 2013, 06:15 AM
When my husbands younger, teenage sister came to visit us in the hospital after we had Kyla, the first thing she said to me was 'Isn't Kyla just sort of a dumb made up version of Kayla?'
July 8th, 2013, 08:01 AM
The one that comes to mind for me is Bevin. People always call it masculine, 'made-up', or ugly sounding. Also people for some reason have trouble pronouncing it. (They say BEEV-in, like beaver,...
July 7th, 2013, 03:32 AM
My shorter favourite list isnt updated, but the link is for all the names I've heard and liked even a little that aren't in the top 1000. I add to it all...
@ursa_minor & @aurra
Exactly how I feel about it. Many literary 'made up' names have actually become very popular, like Wendy. Actually I have to say Eowyn is even on my list. The problem I have is...
I've been seeing this name a lot lately and its one that really just grinds my gears so to speak.
For everyone who doesn't watch/read game of thrones/a song of ice and fire, Khaleesi is an...
August: light green, like a peridot
Gideon (pronunciation issue with Simeon)
Gideon (Gable reminds me of.'gobble' or Anne of green gables)
Malachi (Mordecai sounds too dark and ominous. Reminds me of Uruk-hai)
Hugo (has more...
I decided to make a list of my favourite names that aren't in the top 1000(. http://nameberry.com/userlist/view/46344)
I was actually quite surprised that some qualified, while others that I had...
I really love Everett, Asher, Hayes and Jonas. Everett is a great alternative to Emmett, because yes I worried about the twilight aspect, and that it's really rather popular lately. My daughter's...
My top 3 favourites are:
Asher John Potter Cruise
Cooper Allen John Cruise
Winslow Allen Potter Cruise
I've always found finding girl names much easier than finding names for boys.
So far, I've had 2 little girls, but we someday want to have a third child, so I'm starting to collect more boy...
My favourite is Felix.
Maxwell (but yes, if you're worried about trendiness, I'd say this one is out)
January 14th, 2013, 04:28 PM
My favourites are Anastasia, Arabella, and Ariella.
January 14th, 2013, 04:25 PM
I would say Raf-eye-EL.
October 16th, 2012, 08:56 PM
For girls, my favourite is Catherine. I like both Ann and London, but I'm not really a fan of 2 seperate names for a first name. Sinclair I'm undecided. I like the sounds of it, but not sure about it...
My favourite name for a first name is Sawyer. If you are using this list for middle names too, I would say:
My second favourite is Tatum, middle names:
October 16th, 2012, 08:32 PM
Well technically I suppose it could be a first name. It would be a little odd, but it's similar to Allison, Alana, and other "Al" names, so I figure it would work just fine.
For a middle name I...
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