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Hi, I know I'm an american but I thought i'd just drop in for a moment with a british related question :-)
My mum was born and raised in Newcastle so I guess half of me connects to this thread...
December 3rd, 2013, 05:32 PM
That is incredibly brave of you, sebastianrhys.
My uncle's girlfriend adopted two boys after nine miscarriages of her own when they were six and three, and a few years later was contacted by the...
I used to want 4 or 5 but now that I have a career path in mind (the US foreign service as a diplomat) I realize it will be very hard to find a husband who is willing to travel around the world with...
I've heard of Debutante's but only in Historical Novels. I think it's so cool! If you wouldn't mind me asking, is this a part of Australian culture in general, is it just a thing your school does or...
November 24th, 2013, 04:15 PM
My mum: Nicola
Her brother and sister: Sam (no kids) and Alice (no kids)
None of them have middle names, and each of them chose the others name. My mum chose Sam and Sam chose Alice.
Yeah sorry, Heathcliff is a bit too much for me. Too much on its own, without even the connotation of the book. Also, if you haven't even read the book, that to me is another no. I think the only way...
RAY-ph is also how I pronounce it, love :)
November 12th, 2013, 09:42 PM
Very interested in this topic. I LOVE the name Thisbe, but have been extremely put off, considering it was the name of a dog I've grown up with who we have to put down last year. (My parents adopted...
November 12th, 2013, 09:38 PM
Isolde and Eilidh make my heart swell! It's also kind of comforting that even though they are low in numbers, they won't be the only ones on the planet ahaha
I know it sounds bad, but that's the first thing I thought of as well lol.
I wonder what special meaning it has though, if any?
LOVE both Roan and Thayer. To me they also sound adorable as siblings!
I like the spelling of Roan and Thayer has kind of a 'fantasy' element to it that draws me. To me it doesn't really matter...
There's quite a few but I enjoy doing imagery so I'll just touch on the ones that I really get something from.
Agatha- I get an old crone from this but that's not really positive sorry...
October 21st, 2013, 07:51 PM
Edward-Dashing and bookish with glossy brown curls and a secretive smirk. The color in my mind is royal blue
Christian- black hair and somber eyes. Romance movies, afternoon tea and a box of...
Eleanor? I really like it with jack and lila!
Gwen (could be used as a nickname for Gwendolyn, but it could also works on its own)
Cate (Biased on my own name...
Helena and Charlotte are darling together <3 Marina and Helena are a little too close in sound for me (if I'm pronouncing them as you do) and I'm not a big fan of Alexandra.
October 17th, 2013, 06:37 PM
Wesley James <3 I love the nickname Wes, and Wesley is such a nice name! Henry is overused, but still sophisticated. I just prefer the more fun but still elegant in sound Wesley.
October 7th, 2013, 05:52 PM
I've spoken French since preschool so I'd only pronounce it the French way. It's s pretty sound :-) ella17 pronoun citation is closest to the real thing, I'm not very helpful since I've been speaking...
Dated, according to me, and I personally don't like it ^^
Hey y'all, I'm Cate! I'm 14 and a freshman in highschool at the moment.
I like reading writing and the New Zealand band Avalanche City <3 (Okay, I confess, a few of One Direction's songs are...
Like a lot of you, I love writing. It's a passion and I do it almost every day. I used to have dreams about being an author and getting work published, but the more I think about it, the more I...
I think you couldn't go wrong with either :)
Art and Fred are cute together, but personally I like Jude more, so that's what I voted for!
Emmeline is what first comes to mind!
Rhys and Emmeline
Rhys and Cecily
Rhys and Sage
Rhys and Eleanor
Rhys and Isobel
Rhys and Vienna
I'm not really sure what you're looking for but in my...
September 23rd, 2013, 09:19 PM
Cecilia Eleanor! I think it goes best, second place is Rosamond Isabelle.
September 20th, 2013, 10:15 PM
Eve! (Lovely name but I would have hated it because I'm an atheist)
If I was a boy I would have been Nathaniel Edward :)
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