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Names I like:
1. Ella - I know it's super popular, but I still think it's a pretty great name.
2. Mila - very sweet, although I would probably use this as a nickname for a longer name (ideas off...
I actually think Dorothea is nice, but assume you've decided against it. Dora, Dottie?
Dorian would be a great option for a boy imo.
For a girl, I like Lucia, but you could go with something...
April 13th, 2014, 07:40 AM
I would pronounce Thalia Thay-lee-ah, but that's because I have a stepsister who goes by this as a short form of her given name. I would pronounce Talia Tah-lee-ah, but I wouldn't think too hard if...
April 7th, 2014, 04:55 AM
Your most problematic name is Joan Susan, since the others all contain 'Ann'. My pick would probably Susanna/Susannah because it honours the middle names of all four, and it's a nice name. Zanna is a...
April 5th, 2014, 02:41 PM
Laura was the first name that popped into my head when I read your title, and I see you have it on your list, so that's what I'm voting for :)
Dante and Rafael are my favourites. I think they both go well with Luca.
I don't love Primrose, but I do love Lydia, and the combination does work well. I think Lilith Seraphine is a bit too soft-sounding for my personal taste, but it's certainly not a bad name.
Yes? No? Maybe? :)
March 23rd, 2014, 12:20 AM
I'm 25. But I would totally have loved this website if I'd come across it as a 12 year old.
When I was 12, I wanted to have twin girls and name them Jasmine and Minerva. I liked that the end of...
Willa-mee-nah. I always used to mispronounce this in my head until I spent like a fortnight binge-watching Ugly Betty.
This is pretty badly framed. Why not just ask what name makes the most sense as a male form of Rachel, if you truly wanted the conversation to be about the names?
This thread is inspired by Perry ("dweller near a pear tree") and Samir ("a friend to talk with in the evening"). What are your favourite names with meanings that are a little more, well, interesting...
March 13th, 2014, 10:00 AM
I think most are usable, tbh. I personally like:
Gertrude (this is sorta a GP of mine, I know I could never saddle a child with it...
I'm not a big fan. Elizabeth already has a variation which includes Bella (Isabella) and I just don't see the necessity of making up a new name.
Castiel's not bad as those things go, because if he wants, he can just go by Cas. But it is quite strongly linked to Supernatural, IMO.
Thanks for the help, everyone! She's added Sebastian, Solomon, and Soren to her list :)
I love Zilla. It's a shame that, as the Nameberry entry for the name suggests, it'd probably get all sorts of Godzilla jokes :(
I'm trying to come up with some great boys' names for a friend who would like to honour her grandmother, Susan. She's Jewish, and although not particularly religious (so they don't have to be Hebrew...
I love Jean, but I would call it unisex moreso than 'clearly feminine'. Written down it can be confused with the French boy name Jean, and spoken it can be confused with Gene. So I would pair it with...
February 12th, 2014, 09:49 AM
BB Linus and Troy
GG Hilda and ... maybe Ada? I can't decide.
BG Arthur and Minnie
February 12th, 2014, 09:40 AM
I've been thinking about this lately because I have two very favourite boys' names and, as yet, no sons. I think I am going to use them both together should I have a son, because they'd frankly sound...
I have a soft spot for Hilda. So either that or maybe Miranda.
I like the suggestion of Roman, it sort of streamlines Romanus a bit and is probably less likely to get teased.
Kai is quite popular on here, and apparently means 'sea'.
You could go with another...
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