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I don't think you are overeaching if you used Daisy as a nickname, because a nickname does not have to tie with an actual name. Daisy as a first name, I have to say that I know two Daisys, one who is...
I agree with the earlier posts, Belle is fantastic on its own.
May 14th, 2012, 03:19 AM
Eliana Beth-It looks and sounds very pretty, but I think I prefer Liana Beth.
Francesca Mae-I love, love, love it! Spunky and exotic tied with sweet and simple Mae.
Emory Katherine -I'm not a fan...
I have to admit I prefer it than most Finn-names, maybe except Phineas but then that may be due to the character. Oh well. :)
Lately I have been re-reading one of my favourite books: Daughter of the Forest...In the novel one of the protagonist's brothers (the closest to her) is named Finbar. He is also easily one of my...
May 13th, 2012, 09:51 AM
Thanks! I quite like how you coupled them, my favourite pairs are Pyramus and Thisbe and Octavia and Agrippa. I have a friend in University named Viola, so it wouldn't go down well but I do love the...
May 13th, 2012, 08:51 AM
So two beautiful Bernese mountain dog puppies are coming to live at my house permanently soon, a boy and girl. Very excited, and since I love naming things my family has given the naming rights to me...
Poll: I love Theodore Arthur!
I love Theodore Arthur!
Philip Dean Hale
Virginia Elsa Pearl
Elsa Virgina Pearl
Etta Sadie Monroe
The names may not exactly "fit" together, but they are not going to be introduced all together for the rest of their lives, no?
I love Tobias and Sally, Thelma is cute, Matthew okay but I'm not a...
There were a few names my parents considered apart from Olivia, there was Georgia, Lydia, Victoria, Julia and Elsie. All very pretty, and I suppose I could imagine myself with any of those names...
I don't have any German heritage that I know of but here is some names that might work:
Ah I love it being pronounced Louie! Such a handsome name, classic as said before and sounds very jazzy to me (Louis Armstrong) which is a bonus.
May 2nd, 2012, 08:26 AM
@taz-I agree with the Emilia/Amelia thing. Emilia seems like a name that I would like (as alternative to Amelia's popularity) yet it seems very cold to me and Amelia is fresh and pretty.
To play this game, please use this dice: http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks1/maths/dice/twelve.htm
My name is:
Roll the dice to find out your FN and LNs! Middle name...
May 1st, 2012, 11:31 PM
Wow great comments guys! I thought I was going mad with this theory.
May 1st, 2012, 11:03 AM
My name is Cassandra May Treml
I work in the medical field and live in New York State
This is my house:
I am 21 years old and just graduated college with a degree as a:
My name is Sabina Isolde
On my birthday I go to a club with my friends and meet a boy. His initials are:
Haha, my name is up there. Oh well...
Personally I don't think there is any name I hate (its a pretty strong word), there are names that I might dislike and probably will never use so off the top...
May 1st, 2012, 08:31 AM
Okay I might be having too much fun thinking about names, but today I thought about the topic of names with different spellings that vary in different vibes.
Okay, that wasn't a very clear...
May 1st, 2012, 08:04 AM
I'm glad you loved my suggestion of Mira, I still adore Simon Henry and Miranda Lily, but if you love Mary why not use that?
Miranda Mary could work as well as Mary Miranda, they're both very nice....
Well I'll suggest you to look up waltzing more than matilda for some of the trends in Australia and what the popular names are at the moment if you want a less common name. Its a really great site,...
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