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While I think Beatrice Katarina has better flow, I put a lot more weight on first names than on middle names, and I far prefer Katarina to Beatrice. So I'd go for Katarina Beatrice.
December 3rd, 2013, 08:27 AM
If I'm to be brutally honest, I find it really boring. I just know SO many Davids. It's on a par with John or Steve. Just...yawn.
It's not offensive, or ugly, it's just a bit meh.
I've only ever heard Row-EE-nuh.
Rowenna would be spelled like that (with a double-n), I would think.
I could have written this!
I don't like Grier/Greer at all, or Sloane. I think they're extremely unattractive, to be honest.
I didn't think of Bon Jovi, but I'm afraid I don't love it, either. It reminds me of the word 'juvenile', maybe because it does strike me as a bit cutesy?
If you love it, you should go for it,...
I think it's a lovely name, but I probably wouldn't use it because there are too many possible pronunciations. And I particularly dislike the LOO-sha pron.
I expect to be in the minority, but I'm not a fan of Atticus.
It's just too closely associated with To Kill a Mockingbird, and nothing else, if you see what I mean (although I have no idea where...
November 29th, 2013, 12:01 AM
(Then again, I'm not sure I'm a very good 'berry, as I also loathe the much-adored Genevieve and Penelope. I'd name a child Francine over either of those, in a hearbeat.)
November 28th, 2013, 11:59 PM
Yeah, I think it's this.
I think Francine is ugly. Ditto Mavis, Beatrice, Harriet, Olive, Enid, Edith, and many others. Just yuck. I love some of the retro names, but only the ones that were...
I'd assume it was a nn for Araminta, but I guess it could be standalone. It's cute!
Lucy, hands down.
Emma is overdone to the point of boring. I don't see the appeal of Olive (olives being ugly little things), and Wren is not a nice sound, IMO.
November 26th, 2013, 04:06 AM
Gosh, this! Neville is a nerdy middle-aged accountant with a twitch.
Greville is much cooler, IMO.
I don't like the letter 'v' much in the first place, and find Genevieve a quite harsh name (something about the 'veev' sound at the end). I think it wold be a bit much with a 'V' last name.
November 25th, 2013, 06:13 AM
I am surprised that people think Maria and Sophia are a good set, to be honest. They both have three syllables, and they rhyme. Way too matchy.
I don't like Penelope, though. :(
I think it's rather beautiful. I also like Zora and Zeta, but I think I prefer Zoya now!
Never heard of the nail polish brand, btw. (I'm in Australia, though.)
I love it! Delilah Marceline is divine.
I agree with erin91, totally.
I'm confused about what the question is.
Rosetta is a beautiful Italian girls' name. Are you asking about the name Rosetta (fine) or the name Rosetta with the surname Stone (weird)?
I know someone who has just had a Lucette nn Lulu. Gorgeous!
I much prefer Kieran (but spelled this way). Jack is a bit overused.
October 20th, 2013, 11:54 PM
Bronson reminds me of a dinosaur.
Elisha Gideon is *superb*. Elisha is a perfectly fantastic masculine name. If people want to call girls Elliot, which is not even a girls' name, I can't imagine...
Azzurra literally means 'blue' in Italian. I find it a strange choice for an Italian parent, since as far as I know it is not commonly used as a first name in Italy. (I could be wrong about that.)
I find Elfie and CeCe much too cutesy, and I've never liked Flick.
The only Felicity nickname I like is Fliss, really.
October 20th, 2013, 11:36 PM
I hate that all the softer-sounding boys' names are going to the girls.
And no, it's not true that all names are increasingly being seen as unisex. The trend only goes one direction: boys' names...
October 18th, 2013, 10:08 AM
I love it too.
My close friend has a baby George, born about a year ago. He is scrumptious, and has made me love the name even more.
I find Edward way more stuffy than George. George sounds...
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