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Yesterday, 05:51 PM
If I had been a boy, my parents would have picked the masculine version of my name, so no I don't think it's crazy :)
Pretty enough - but I'm not fond of it at all. Something about it irks me... And it would be like lavendyr said, unbelievable cheesy.
I like Ebba :) But that's perhaps because I'm Scandinavien. My beloved great-grandmother, Elsebeth Maria, was nicknamed Ebbemia. And my great-aunt was Ebba - her name was Elsebeth Kristina.
OOh, you can use Birch as a name... Hadn't considered it. Birch translated to my language (Faroese) is Bjørk - and it's a girl name, though I can't imagine Birch for girls. I love it, and Henry Birch...
I like Ivy Claire and Ivy Delphine, but Ivy Caroline was the clear winner for me. Gorgeous combo... I just plainly adore it :)
Personally I prefer Ewan.
It all depends on the name. I don't like it, when they name their kid something like Izzabella, just to make their name more unique. It doesn't make it unique, just difficult to spell.
I adore Cornelia, along with Cordelia. Cornelia is just a elegant name, and I would love to see it on a little girl... I think it's beautiful as both first and middle name, so I just adore it.
November 28th, 2013, 06:29 PM
Menalaus - Slytherin.
Marina - Ravenclaw.
Aric - Gryffindor.
Charles - Hufflepuff.
Tallulah is great. Not a name I use personally, but I think it's sweet, and I love Lulu.
November 23rd, 2013, 08:43 PM
Matilda May works surprisingly well, and it doesn't have the whole superhero feeling like lot of alliteration names have, so a point for that. It sounds like a classy little lady. And I love Millie! ...
One thing I just can't understand is if Moffat hates Rose... Why has he brought her back to 50th Anniversary? I don't have high hopes, but I almost hope that someone prevented Moffat into butchering...
I love Gemma. Mira, Benjamin and Gemma, oh gorgeous.
My other personal preference is Nola.
November 20th, 2013, 06:56 PM
Poll: I adore Noelle :)
I adore Noelle :)
I picked Rosalie - although I like Rosalind much better. And for Rosamond, I prefer Rosamund. Rosemary is pretty, but Rosalie won.
I first mis-readiit as Julianna, before I realized the D. Honestly, I like Julianna/Juliana much better. Juliana Elizabeth?
Oh, my favorite is darling Louisa. Never liked Lorelei. Lavinia is very gorgeous, but I suppose I can see the nicknames, Lav/Lavy..
Of your other choices I adore Henrietta and Beatrice with your...
Ever since I came to nameberry, I like Nora more, than I did in the past. But Claire still wins ;) I adore Claire. Hazel is in second place for me.
November 19th, 2013, 01:09 PM
Oh, sweet. Loretta Claire is just sweet. My favorite nn of all times is Etta, but since you can't use it... I like Lorie, Lettie and Lottie. Sweet. Don't think you can go wrong with any of them.
Oh, congratulations with your sweet boy. Gorgeous name :)
November 18th, 2013, 06:36 AM
Congratulations! Ruby Juliet Noa is such a beautiful name.
I think it's ruined. If she had been one of those good role model's, it wouldn't have been, but well she's a wreck - but she will be forgotten soon enough.
Honestly we don't hear much about Paris...
I prefer Louis :) Lewis is great and all, but I adore Louis.
I prefer Rowan. Rowen is in second place. But I hate Rowyn - it's just terrible trendy, and the 'y' doesn't belong there at all.
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