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Isis. I still dislike the name because I can't dissociate it from her.
Eva Katherine is probably my favorite. Calla Bridget is runner up.
Imogen, while pretty, might be a bit difficult for a little girl growing up in DeLand (I'm a Floridian so I feel safe weighing...
December 4th, 2013, 12:13 AM
I think it's a harder task if you are going for a "full" name that ends with an E sound as opposed to a full name that can be given a diminuitive/nn that ends in E. For example. Richard--> Ricky,...
I wouldn't necessarily name my kid "after" these presidents, but I like the names independent of them:
I'm a little wonky, so some names have too much political meaning...
November 30th, 2013, 10:39 PM
Socialites and gossip girl archtypes don't seem (to me) to fit the description of necessarily possessing wits or sophistication. I live in Palm Beach. Beauty or being born into the right family (I...
pardon the repeats:
November 21st, 2013, 11:31 PM
I don't think the connection would occur to most people. Eliza and Bennett are lovely together. But if you think they are too close, maybe Beckett?
November 16th, 2013, 06:27 PM
I would probably describe your taste as eclectic, though you seem to veer toward nature-inspired names. I'm guessing that for each name, you have a specific reason why you like it (whether because...
Alaia (Ali)- not my favorite. reminds me of Aaliyah
Alessia (Essie)- pretty but a little fussy
Anastassia (Stassi)- nms. too fussy/princessy for me.
Anneliese (Nelli)- pretty name, but not keen...
November 7th, 2013, 03:19 PM
I would say the names are classic rather than specifically "british monarchy"-- but I'm from the states so my thoughts don't immediately turn to royalty.
November 7th, 2013, 12:12 AM
Asia "the rising sun, lively"
Eleana, Eliana "daughter of the Sun"
Liane/ Lianna "daughter of the Sun"
Apolline "sunlight" | Apollonia "from Apollo, sunlight"
Selena "moon goddess"
Caitlin is the classic spelling. All the others are nms.
I'm not sure what you mean by "evokes Gunther without sounding so harsh"?? Do you mean another Germanic name? Another name that begins with G?
I'm just going to throw some stuff out there and see...
November 6th, 2013, 08:12 PM
I'd vote for Adam. I'm not sure how popular it is in Canada right now, but Jayden and names that rhyme (Aiden, Brayden, Caden, Hayden, etc.) with it are unbelievably popular in the states right now....
I don't hate it either. Just not a huge fan. My taste veers more toward classic/traditional names and names with literary or historical meaning.
Also not a fan of any name worn by a Kardashian...
Everett- cute. if I had a son named everett, I'd probably end up calling him Rhett, though-- which is a win in my book.
Rhett- like it.
Dean- it's very grown up and serious to me. ...
November 6th, 2013, 02:51 PM
November 5th, 2013, 11:29 PM
I voted for Catriona, but these are all good choices. I'm Irish Catholic (from the states), so I have met literally dozens of Catherines/Katherines, Caitlins/etc., and Kathleens over the years. I...
I pronounce both Dahlia and Dalia as DAHL-ya (When I say it, it sounds closer to Doll-- as in baby doll-- than Dall-- as in Dallas, TX).
November 5th, 2013, 10:26 PM
I'm from the US and I pronounce it Cor deel yah. I don't know anyone with the name.
Finola "white shoulders"
Guinivere "white, smooth" --> Gwen, Wendy
Whitney "white island"
Bronwen "white breast"...
November 5th, 2013, 07:11 PM
Jeremiah is great. I have nothing against it. Not my cup of tea, personally, but it's a strong, masculine, biblical name. Can't go wrong. I don't really have a visual for it. I am not sure I...
I think it's lovely.
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