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I know that, but it's awfully close to Amelia, and that's a girl I know. I'd rather not name her anything close to that... Oh, what am I to do??!
I've recently noticed that Aurelia is rising in popularity. Is it becoming too popular? I won't use a name that people think is unique, and I think that's what people feel this is. I need something...
May 11th, 2013, 12:43 PM
Come on, people.
I can't use it.
If you can think of any names with similar feeling, let me know. Thanks.
May 11th, 2013, 11:58 AM
Percival James - One possible character in my literary series.
what would you think?
Aurelia Everly Mercer-I would rather not use Aurelia because of the ia ending. I would rather have a more unisex ending.
Avalon Everly Mercer-Avalon doesn't sound right...
They sound lovely together.
I can't help but notice, but in your post you've spelled favourite two different ways.
May 10th, 2013, 08:17 PM
I'm trying to name my four main characters, and I'm having quite a bit of trouble. What do these names bring to mind? Who should be the central character? Include nicknames, if you please.
I was thinking of using Everly, but it's a bit close to Beverly.
May 8th, 2013, 04:55 PM
-Harleigh (female)- Harleigh is pushy and her own kind of person. Not special, but she doesn't care. She just survives.
-Noa (female)- Noa is outspoken and lovely, but she can be obnoxious and...
I don't think Rose flows well with a Z last name, as the sounds would be too repetitive.
May 7th, 2013, 10:21 PM
Celeste on either of your lists? Luna and Stella are actually quite similar.
Well, my name's Abbigail. Nothing there that I can really work with. God, I hate my name...
May 7th, 2013, 09:50 PM
I don't think it's pretentious; I think it's the perfect way to express a major part of your childhood, and possibly include a lovely name that you think it perfect for your child.
May 7th, 2013, 09:42 PM
I feel that you should be okay, seeing as you speak the language and can properly pronounce the names. There might be trouble, though, when it comes to an American correctly pronouncing the name.
Yes, at least I'm not a liar. :)
I was considering Avalon, but I don't know.
I also need a middle name as well as a surname.
All three pronunciations are correct.
I love Helene, but I'd never use it. Too many e's in too little space. Helena is gorgeous.
May 7th, 2013, 08:55 PM
I love Anastasia, Annabeth, Annaliese, and Miranda.
I've used Anaselia in one of my stories. I've also used Nelian, Arandia, and Elliana.
This character is, to say the least, a caricature of myself, so I'd like to find a name that fit's my personality but her image-- I have bushy brown-blonde hair whereas she has wavy brown-blonde...
May 7th, 2013, 07:29 PM
Posy, Periwinkle, Phoenix, Phaedra, Primrose -Though I hate the Hunger Games series.-, Poppy, Peirce, Prose?
May 5th, 2013, 12:01 PM
V might be hard...
Violet, Verity, Vivian, Venix (I've heard this somewhere...), Valerin--Valerie reminds me of Celery, Valentine, Vellin (I haven't a clue), Veela?
Romilly or Luther?
Edwin-Eden --Yes, I've heard it on a boy.
Leland-Lyran --Friend's son.
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