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Basil is my favorite here by far (such a rich history!) but I'm also partial to Dill (as a nickname probably)...if for no other reason than that it reminds me of Dill Harris in To Kill A Mockingbird,...
October 11th, 2013, 03:44 PM
The meanings of my first, middle, and last names combined equal:
Lively pearl from the marshlands.
Sierra and McKinley do work nicely together; my only hesitation would be that Sierra sounds slightly "trendy" (but you may like that, so I don't know). :) Other options:
It's interesting that I should come across this thread just now, as I've been pondering my opinion of the name Rose these past few days! If you had asked me before what I thought of this name, I...
June 23rd, 2013, 03:36 PM
I had a "top favorite" name (first and middle combo) for a girl when I was 14 as well. I drooled over that name, I tell you! As the years passed, I fluxed from favorite name to favorite name, but I...
I actually love it. This is mostly because the Stephanies I've known are funny, lively, lovely ladies, and so I have a wonderful connotation with the name. When I look at it from a name-nerd...
In my family:
Morgan (I love this name so much on a boy, btw)
I keep looking at this and seeing "Goliath-ly". Sorry, but I think it feels like a name best left in fiction.
1. What's the best & worst comments you've had on your (or your kid's) name?
2. What is going too far when sharing your opinion on another's name?
3. Do you have any personal etiquette for...
I'm a Margaret...a very last-minute-decision Margaret! My parents were dead set on Emily as their girl's name (I was born in 1991), but changed it for some reason at the last minute. And I'm so...
January 20th, 2013, 01:29 AM
I came across a friend of a friend on Facebook the other day whose name was Brytnei (Brittany)! I simply do not have words. That poor girl.
November 8th, 2012, 01:43 PM
At first glance I'd pronounce it LOO-sha. However, there was a Hispanic girl in my college badminton class last year who was named this; I once referred to her in conversation with another girl (who...
I voted Clark Alexander but I also LOVE Jude Alexander! Both names have such a nice flow to them. :)
A recent thread on here asked if posters hated their own name. While I can understand that many people on here are indifferent or disgusted by their own given names, is there anyone who simply...
September 3rd, 2012, 03:46 PM
Chadwyck (guy), Chesterton (guy) and Chantilly (girl). All of whom are in their late teens/early 20s. I believe the guys go by Chad and Chet, respectively. Chesterton is interesting, but am I the...
September 2nd, 2012, 10:24 PM
I'm another Margaret! I actually know quite a few other Margarets who are all over the age spectrum, but most of them go by a nickname. (In fact, I live with a Margaret--who goes by Maggie--who was...
My brother's name is Owen and my name is Margaret. I've always loved the way our names go together: Owen & Margaret. :)
I think Amelia Spencer is lovely; it keeps the feminine first name/masculine family middle name trend perfectly! (I am a big fan of that naming idea). Charlotte is pretty but I don't think it flows...
June 6th, 2012, 04:42 PM
I voted Willa June. :)
For what it's worth, Willa Florence has been on my name list in the past!
June 5th, 2012, 07:14 PM
May 31st, 2012, 02:17 AM
Frances Dave (named for her father, David!)
One time I dreamed that I had boy-girl twins named Nolan and Jilla. Nolan was already a favorite name of mine...but Jilla? What on earth? Afterwards, I did some research to see if it was really a...
...today I passed by this car that had two sport/band/kids' names stickers on it (you know, the type that list the activity and then the kid's name).
The two names?
Ariel and Bell (yes, with no...
Wilby is cute, but the full name Willoughby reminds me of the rakish character in the well-known British book/movie Sense and Sensibility. The Willoughby in that story is a philandering jerk who...
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