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Ellena (Ellen-ah) - Use Eleanor. Same pn, legitimate name (or do you say it differently in the US, like el-ah-NOR? I'm never sure)
Elaina (Eh-lay-na) - Elena.
Calista - eh, I dislike it. ...
Elisabeth - yeah
Elizabeth - yeah
Amber - no
Ember - yes
Lark - yes
Robin - euhh
Wren - yeah
Emberly - please no
Ebony - eh, yeah
Everly - no
Yesterday, 07:53 PM
I'd also second this. The impact will be long term if anything, I wouldn't exepct a bunch of baby Elsas because of this film.
Yesterday, 05:56 PM
Elsa is fairly common in the UK.
It probably would have caught on in the US sooner or later, and I wouldn't imagine a Disney film would massively influence it (there seem to be tonnes of new...
Sloane is awful.
I can't stand Kerry.
Yesterday, 04:16 PM
I don't think so. It's gorgeous but doesn't have enough 'trendy components' to make it into the top 100. It's not even big in the UK yet.
At the absolute most I could see in around 500 in 5/6+...
I'm against all bodily mutilations to infants, and lets call a spade a spade - deliberately causing a wound to wear jewellery, that's exactly what it is.
Regardless of gender or cultural/religious...
Haha, sorry, I was carrying on the Dr Who joke.
Yesterday, 12:25 PM
Octavia sprang to mind. Simply because it's got an unusual dark elegance about it... very heavy and cold but also very beautiful.
I know a few mega-hip parents who've used Missy, Suzie, Cindy, Lori and the like. I know a little girl named Joni which might be my most favourite thing ever.
Jennifer, Michelle, Leeann, Kelly and...
I don't get it either, honestly. I used to massively dislike it, but I sort of see the appeal now. I think a similar trend will follow with Olivia, Amelia, Charlotte. They'll be around in the UK far...
Say: What pretty names!
Think: I like this family.
....these are my kids: Clara, Sarah-Jane, Boe and The-Cult-of-Skaro.
Yesterday, 06:59 AM
Hopefully these aren't too weird, and have the same classic but trendy feel to Eleanor and Charlotte:
Usually I don't think they work, but Wren Winter is pretty lovely.
I think maybe it sounds okay to me because it's not descriptive like Summer Rose or Magnolia Bay. They sound like names in there...
December 3rd, 2013, 08:12 PM
David Atlas all the way! How wonderful.
December 3rd, 2013, 07:44 PM
The way I see it - you can put whatever you want in the middle.
Hawthorne is okay, for either gender. To me it's more cutesy and naturey, suitable for a puppy, maybe. It's definitely not tough or...
My choice would be Kai, Evelyn, Iris and Amity together.
Just like your other children's names, Amity is old with a deep history but is fairly modern sounding and would fit in perfectly in any...
December 3rd, 2013, 07:23 PM
All of them are absolutely usable, a few of them are gorgeous. And Shirley! I'm so desperate for Shirley to be revived.
Jensine is questionable in English-speaking countries. I would say it...
I disliked it before I'd read The Hunger Games (she's not a main character, but not a particularly favourable one).
It's not particularly pleasant sounding, nor does it really sound very namely...
This is an incredibly confusing post. Why can't you call her Aurelia with the correct pn or not use it at all?
Aurélia is AUH-ray-lee-AH, the first sound pronounced in the back of the throat...
December 3rd, 2013, 12:08 PM
I'm going to be the first to say, I hope this is a troll.
Silence and Given? I have nothing against puritan/virtue names, but these two are particularly harmful especially for little girls.
December 3rd, 2013, 06:32 AM
This suddenly occurred to me last night - Ebba could honour Deborah/Debra/Debbie.
I'd always liked it but had in mind it was Scandinavian therefore as unusable as Hrefna. According to Nameberry...
December 2nd, 2013, 11:16 AM
Savanna Augustine Daisy is beautiful!
I prefer Vanna to Savvy though.
December 2nd, 2013, 08:21 AM
Are you being serious when you say you'd actually love to be called Antiquity or Kitten? I try to be open minded with naming, and I think you should name your children whatever you want, but they...
I like it. It's a bit cutesy, but not massively. I first though of Jove, which is a perfectly nice connotation (and referenced a lot by Shakespeare which is why I thought of it first).
I know a...
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