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I find Adina charming. A bit old-ladyish but still fresh and has a few nn options. Strong and soft at once. Easy to pronounce, familiar but not popular, she might get some queries on spelling - not...
November 13th, 2013, 02:21 PM
I have a cat named Zimbabwe, nn Bob, Zimbob or Babwe.
Among my favourite names given by friends to their pets:
Raisin - a hairless cat
Odin and Thor - brothers, cats
Leonard Cohen, aka Mr....
I like Theodore Thatcher! I'll add
Theodore Nathaniel (not alliterative but does repeat the sound).
October 27th, 2013, 04:25 PM
My experience has been the same as gemmav. My name was always intended to be pronounced in both languages, in the accepted pronunciation of each. My mother, the bilingual one, changes depending on...
October 23rd, 2013, 04:01 AM
Congratulations! Welcome to little Karis!
October 3rd, 2013, 08:59 PM
That is a challenge, a lot of eh sounds. What about Mae Peyma or Mae Peyton, perhaps Mae Pamela or Mae Parvaneh? Would a first letter alone work or would you consider asking her to help you chose...
I like Kindrie and would vote Kenden or Kendin on the boy side.
August 31st, 2013, 05:17 AM
I love the idea of Loretta! It sounds refreshing, feminine and slightly exotic (love the Italian pronounciation). Lorie, while nice, seems more dated to me than Loretta, but that's probably just a...
August 29th, 2013, 05:16 PM
Great post! The name that comes to mind is Gloria nn Ria.
I agree, Audrey Vivienne is lovely and my favourite. I like Ava Lucienne as well.
If you want to find more enne names, a search for names that contain "enne" at BabyNameFacts.com could be...
August 20th, 2013, 07:29 PM
I voted for Emmett though I also like Declan and Elliott. Micah is nice but when I say Micah O' out loud, the vowels blend into each other to give first name Miko.
August 18th, 2013, 01:01 PM
Evangeline with Riley as a last name is fantastic and not too much of a mouthful at all imo. Riley carries Evangeline well. Evangeline has more than one nickname possibility and goes well with Noah....
What a lovely name! Congratulations on the birth of Theodora Mairi.
I think Ezra, Theo, Enzo and Leon work well - they don't compete with or run into your last name. They're also easy to spell which could be welcome with a long last name. I particularly like Ezra
Quinoa is perfect. Not good for anyone real, but so perfectly hits the mood for the Pinterest board photos. Love it. Thanks for sharing.
June 22nd, 2013, 08:40 AM
I think Harrison is usable, confusing only for your husband's brother and his wife perhaps but not the rest of the family, unless the in-laws are close.
All your combos are nice. Rhys Dafydd is...
I like Margaret or Jane best. Halle Jane has a more similar flow to Lucia Marie if that's important to you. While Regina and Margaret have the same syllable count, I like the contrast of texture...
June 16th, 2013, 05:44 AM
Perhaps Aurelia Leonie?
In my family, middle names are family names, and usually the name of a godparent. We don't use the names, and when we travel together we get a good laugh over the repetition in our passports. I like...
June 15th, 2013, 03:29 AM
I think Joe Bryce is nice. I agree with other posters that Colton is a good match with Dixie and a good name. This could be good or bad, but the Colton Joe combination makes me think of Joltin' Joe...
I like Aubrey quite a bit. Aubrey Elise and Aubrey Amelia both work IMHO.
These might not be what you're looking for but just to get the ideas flowing...
Hmm, free and grounded, wise and adventurous...
June 8th, 2013, 02:21 PM
Great names. I like Jasper best with last name Lewis. Jasper Lewis seems like he could be serious, fun or both.
I think it works, especially for the nicknames. Cute!
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