Type: Posts; User: east93
Search: Search took 0.10 seconds.
November 18th, 2013, 04:32 PM
Excellent points raised here.
Odette is gorgeous! And far more rare, which adds an element of specialty.
Maybe suggest other nicknames if someone insists on using one. Like Odie, Detta, Etta,...
November 18th, 2013, 04:28 PM
November 14th, 2013, 09:08 PM
Sticky: Aw, I love this thread so much!
Aw, I love this thread so much!
Oh boy, what a topic!
Okay, character's I love:
Kol Mikaelsen, I am SO not over his death.
Jack Mercer from the movie Four Brothers, also not over his...
So long as it's not a boy's name on a girl, I think any naming method can be viewed as feminist.
I don't choose my names on how "feminist" they are.
November 11th, 2013, 05:56 PM
Eden Rose is nice, but it's very filler to me. Rose Eden would be far more refreshing.
It's almost like every other girl or her sister's middle name is Rose. Eden is not particularly impressing...
I pronounce it: tah-lee-uh, like Natalia without the Na beginning. I think that's the general "correct" way.
I have met a Talia who says it "Tul-lee-uh".
Not at all.
Eden's on my boys list, and it's viewed as a girls name although it's legitimately unisex and arguably male. I love Riley on boys, moreso than on girls.
I think Ella is the more obvious nickname for Eliana/Elissa.
Especially since she already has two different names, her legal name and her Hebrew one. I wouldn't start mixing it up with Bella in...
I agree with the eena ending seeming whiny.
Amoreena is a pretty idea, but the sound isn't pleasing to me, and it looks excessive when written. I prefer just Amore actually. I know of a girl named...
I think on the subject of certain names garnering more attention that others it's not a matter of clique, or fakery, persay. It's more so that most nameberry users aren't just soon-to-be mothers...
Leona is my instinctive spelling, from your list I don't like any as I say them as "Lee- AH - na"
For Lee-on-na, I'd also consider Liona, kinda like Fiona but with an L.
Chloe Francesca is gorgeous! I love it.
Which of the two do you prefer and why?
Laurel feels more earthy and mature, Lorelei is more whimsical and ethereal. I'm torn between the two.
August 19th, 2013, 01:26 AM
I absolutely adore the name Aria. It's one of my favourites, and I had considered it for myself for the longest time.
I second the use of it.
Valentina, paired with Grace it's so regal and elegant.
To me, Chloe is a very fresh, pastel kind of name. I picture a fair blonde, blue or green eyes, slender build, pinks, blues like the sky and then greens like grass and new plants. It's a very...
So far I have:
Dashing (probably better for a boy)
Ahh, Anna and Hannah, we have an Anna, Hannah, Annika, and Arianna in the preschool room at work. Imagine calling those names out...every...day.
Thank you for the replies!
@sansa_nanami - I love Briseis, always have but the story behind the name is too negative for my liking. Eliora, and Soraya are other ones I like also, but he feel...
What other names would you say fit the feel of Aria, Georgia and Vittoria?
Also, if these three were sisters, what middles would you put with them?
My father was very disappointed by the George. I'm kinda of disappointed too. I would've liked Louis in the first place more. Louis Alexander George for example.
July 13th, 2013, 08:11 PM
I think a misspelled name is a misspelled name, not unique at all. Names are primarily spoken in day-to-day life, so Pashenze is still Passions, Laci is still Lacey. Except now the misspelled name...
I love the name Cassandra. If I didn't have a cousin named Cassandra, I would totally change my name to it. I love the nickname options as well: Cassie, Cass, Sandra, Andie.
Results 1 to 25 of 500