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October 23rd, 2013, 04:21 AM
Sigh -- still waiting for the positve test. Hopes springs eternal!
The other two contenders are Saskia and Ramona.
Klementine Star would have been a much better option. I was actually pleasantly surprised at how beautiful it was. North for a girl is awful to my ears. North Donda West? I have to believe this is...
April 24th, 2013, 05:22 AM
Don't like it at all. And I just wrote a post announcing that I've decided on Ursula for a second daughter so I'm not afraid of string (or harsh) sounding names!!!! But Drusilla has nothing...
Neither - spell it Teagan
April 19th, 2013, 05:49 AM
Adeline Estelle & Cora Paige
Adeline Paige & Cora Josephine
Adeline Linnea & Cora Rowan
Cora Saffron & Paige Clover
Cora Sage & Paige Flora (ok, a little matchy matchy but I couldn't resist!)...
April 19th, 2013, 05:42 AM
I voted for Flora but Camille was a close second.
What about Vivica? I love that name and it's similar enough to Vivienne that your husband may be swayed. For the record, I think Vivica has alot...
I adore Margot and I love the combination of Margot Emilia.
I think that in a few years Emilia is just going to get lost in all the E names for little girls right (my daughter takes swim lessons...
April 19th, 2013, 05:29 AM
Sigh, now I only need to get pregnant again.....been trying for 2 years and it's given me WAAAAY too much time to deliberate.
But I do love this name more and more and more and actually found...
August 28th, 2012, 12:11 AM
I don't think of Greta as an "old" name in the slightest! I think of it as a sweet and short form of Margaret.
Another vote for Liesl and Birgit. I think Birgit is fantastic, but it will have...
August 19th, 2012, 07:37 PM
A little boy named Apollo (brother to Maximus!) and a little girl called Pepper (Pepper Jean). I was thrilled to meet Pepper Jean but our neighbor's cat is named Apollo so it's hard for me whenever...
Ikaika - strong
Kainoa - the name
I'm from Hawaii and live here now and I would find it really strange to meet someone with the middle name of Aloha Nui Loa. Several of my friends kids have long...
August 7th, 2012, 11:48 PM
Thanks for the combos but all the names listed would be for first names. Middle names would be for family members and other special things and include possible Margrethe, Lux and Greta. ...
I would pronounce it Ke-LEN-a.
I greatly prefer Camila.
Our friends named their son (now 6) Nemo. His full name is Nehemiah, Nemo for short. Can't say I love it, but it certainly doesn't bother me. I think it is utterly useable, and just comes down to...
This may not be much help but I think all your combinations work beautifully and it really just gets down to your personal style.
In many places Ingrid is absolutely considered a traditional...
I like it. Robbie Naish (same pronunciation) is a huge name in windsurfing and has a surf shop nearby so it has a beach-y, slacker cool sound to me. But also a western frontier vibe.
@namefan: I think it's funny that you think Larsen Kelly is abit of an ethnic mix! 1) Vikings were important participants in the founding and growth of Dublin and in Ireland so there are alot of...
It's cute. Reminds me of the Nancy Drew books where her best friend was named George (a girl).
Norah. I absolutely adore this name and love this spelling (with an h) which gives it an extra element of grace.
My problem with Eva is that I never know if I am supposed to pronounce it EVE-ah...
August 2nd, 2012, 09:08 PM
Leonora and then Lenora.
Lenore is a distant distant third.
I agree with the previous poster that I like Leona better than all of them.
I was also going to chime in with Savitri but @nono beat me to it! I knew a lovely woman with this name which has always stuck in my mind. She pronounced it with the emphasis on the first syllable:...
August 2nd, 2012, 07:39 PM
@mischa: I agree that Ramona & Simone are too close so I can't use both of them together, but I hadn't thought about Oona and Ramona also being too similar.
I really love Ramona so I think that...
August 1st, 2012, 06:37 PM
Is this a good sister set to you? If you were to swap out any one with a name (names) from below, which would it be?
(in descending order of which we like)
Tirzah (pronounced TEER-zah)...
@nelson - LOL It would definitely help if the bearer were extremely attractive! Which of course I would like to imagine any future of mine will be! Haha
June 16th, 2012, 08:13 PM
I'm from Hawaii but haven't heard this name. I've lived here for 30+ years.
I disagree with whippersnap -- the correct pronunciation would be Ka-LEN-ah, the middle syllable rhyming with...
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