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December 3rd, 2013, 06:09 PM
I prefer Willem over William 100%. I think your name choice is very fair... meaning that I see very little for anyone to complain about.
Thanks for the opinions. I agree that Amelie and Ophelie are a bit too alike. I am having some trouble finding a middle I like as much as Ophelie (maybe Aurelie...but same problem). Allouette and...
They are very long, but still quite pretty. I prefer Violet Persephone Wren.
Ricklynn for the daughter of a Rick.
Miami is one of my daughter's friends. I'm not personally big on location names.
Yoshi on a blonde little boy. This has actually grown on me a little, but...
December 3rd, 2013, 11:00 AM
I love Mateo, but wouldn't like for him to pick up the very common nickname Mat.
I came across the name Pipsan in a Tove Jansson novel (The Summer Book). She is called "Little Pip" for short, which is kind of adorable. I think it is an uncommon Finnish name. What are your...
I don't think it's out there. You could use Mose or Abe for a nickname.
I think a tough and tomboyish Primrose would be amazing.
December 2nd, 2013, 09:46 PM
I have heard the name Cotton, though it is very old-fashioned. I think it is typically a male name, but I could see it working on a girl. Laurel Cotton is nice enough. Piano and Flute are still out...
Sorry, I didn't see the bit about dis-liking Ed names. I also almost suggested Thaddeus. Theoden?
Here are some of my favorite boy names:
Dodger (not many people like this though)
Pipsan (possibly better on a girl)
I also like Sage Quinn the best!
Verona Rosamund is very beautiful. I also like Avalon Philippa (Pip is a cute nickname). Other suggestions are Zaria and Salem. For boys I like Kingston Arden fairly well. Abel is great too.
Ted is a useable nickname for all the "Ed" names as well. Edward, Edison, Edgar, Edmund, Edwin, etc.
What about Commodore instead? I only know one person with that (middle) name, but he likes it. I also know a Cap, which is a nice name too.
I live in the US and most of the Taylors I have met were boys. There were plenty in my classes throughout elementary, middle and high school. I'm in my 20's now and dislike the name for either...
I love Wilder, but Brody isn't my favorite. Here are a few more suggestions:
I have seen Avabell and Norabell, which are a bit different than Isabell. Annabell is my favorite and isn't as widely used. Here are a few more:
December 2nd, 2013, 04:08 PM
Morgan - I really like this on a boy. Morrigan is an alternative spelling.
Reed - I'm just okay with most musical names, but this one is a bit better.
Liam - My sister has regrets with using this...
Sarah is old, but not really classic. It is also somewhat plain compared to Nora.
December 2nd, 2013, 03:48 PM
I don't like Flute or Piano. I usually love "thing" names, but these are out there a bit. Here are some suggestions:
Compassion (I had a cat named this.)
Atticus Tait is nice. I don't think Austen fits with the others. I think of it as a southern first name. I really like the name Lovic. Is it possible that it was made up by your great-grandmother?...
I would smile if I met a little boy named Bartleby. That is mostly because it is a very literary name. Herman Melville wrote a very popular short story titled,"Bartleby the Scrivener."
November 30th, 2013, 10:03 AM
Part of the appeal of Lux is that it is short. I wouldn't try to lengthen it. Here are a few "light" alternatives:
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