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December 2nd, 2013, 06:12 PM
I think Alaric Marion is great, especially with the nn Lark. I don't think this combo reads feminine at all, Marion is a unisex name and paired with Alaric it reads all boy. Lark is a very uncommon...
December 2nd, 2013, 05:10 AM
What about names ending in -er. They have a similar sound so you would be continuing your theme, but give you so many more options.
For example Jasper, Asher, Oliver and Sawyer are just a few...
I prefer Euan, it both looks nicer to me, and makes pronunciation easier.
I much prefer Nathaniel, though Sebastian is nice as well. I think Nathaniel Wolfgang sounds amazing.
I much prefer Guinevere, to me Genevieve sounds harsh. I think that Guinevere fits in with the other names more, as they tend to be unusual like Guinevere, but they do both fit.
November 29th, 2013, 01:18 AM
Irina Kozlov from Russia
November 28th, 2013, 08:01 PM
November 28th, 2013, 05:38 PM
I love nicknames, my favourites are Gwen, Ginny, Annie, Beth, Elsie, Beka, Edie, Minnie, and Rue for girls and Kit, Danny, Robin, Ash, Ned, Jem, Drew, Billy and Harry for boys.
I don't like Lulu,...
The best twins names I know are Seth and Callum, and the worst would be Fergus and Angus. I think fairness is important in naming twins, if one gets a family name they both should, if the plan is for...
Anna is so simple and elegant, and I love Lavender as a middle name, it's quirky and surprising but in a sweet way. Together they look and sound divine. The only slight problem is the repeated 'uh'...
November 28th, 2013, 05:05 PM
I agree with those who say they prefer Jordan Penelope, it seems a lot more grown up.
I think Levi Flynn sounds better, and I prefer Flynn to Finn. Flynn just feels a whole lot less predictable than Finn.
I would name twins: Robert Abel and Daniel Briar; Robin and Danny
I left out Casper Maurice which is my favourite combo at the moment, because it seems (to me) unfair to give one twin a family name...
I was just wondering how everyone else comes up with suggestions, for middles or sibsets or whatever. I always feel my suggestions are a little off, or I can't come up with anything that hasn't...
Jared and Sophie
I can remember naming my dolls Clare, Rose, Maia (except I think I would of spelt in Mya), Rebecca, Jacqueline, Valerie, Brittany and Cassandra.
I had soft toys named Alfie, Florence and Ned,...
November 27th, 2013, 08:56 PM
November 27th, 2013, 07:21 PM
For boys I like
Kit (only as a nn)
Kasper (prefer Casper)
Keziah and nn Kizzy
Xander, it's a fairly well known name with only one pronunciation so it shouldn't have many troubles with people saying it wrong and if you do, it's an easy fix. Xander is the original spelling which...
November 25th, 2013, 07:17 PM
It's not like you're naming your daughter Blue, Ivy is a long established name with lots of other associations including most obviously the plant which I think is a stronger association than a celebs...
I think each of these names has the same vintage feel as Matilda, fits nicely with Stella (some better that others) and each as the potential for a cute nickname to match with Millie
November 24th, 2013, 08:16 PM
Louise Aveline is lovely
2 of each...
Alice Persephone, Tessa Artemis, Henry Demetrius and Felix Orion
3 of each...
Selena Genevieve, Thalia Alice, Amelie Isadora, Tobias Asher, Dominic Ezra and Jasper Charles
In terms of sound I think Miles Henry is the best. However when it comes to honouring family I don't think sound really matters for amiddle name.
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