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I find it a tiny bit heavy as all three names are on the clunkier side to me.
It does match Nettie's name though, so I'd give it a thumbs up!
Just Ed or maybe Ned? I can't think of other nicknames for Edmund that sound like a legit nickname (so not Mundy or the like).
I think I prefer Hermione Fable, though I prefer the look of Hermione Sonnet.
Did you have Hermione Flora as a combo once or was it someone else (or maybe it was Flora Hermione?)?
I really like both of them. Penelope has been a favourite of mine for a while but it's slowly loosing it's spark for me, at least in English. Arabella has always been on the verge of being on my list...
I like Elena Phoebe, Elena Charlotte, Phoebe Charlotte, Margot Charlotte and Audrey Margot.
My favourite standalone would probably be Charlotte (or Phoebe) while my favourite combo is Phoebe...
I like the French pronunciation but not the English one, it looses it's softness.
It's certainly wearable as it's quite easy to remember, has no weird spelling, "it's Apolline, like Apollo" will...
July 27th, 2015, 08:15 PM
I'm neutral about both names, Samantha is not used here but did/does seem to be quite popular, Silvia is used here but very dated while it seems fresher in most English-speaking countries, so I'm not...
Atticus & Ferdinand // Indira & Thessaly (not the names I would choose but the ones that I like the most together)
We don't exactly have the same stye, so what might sound good to you, doesn't sound good to me at vice versa. Here are just a few that I came up with.
I do have two middle names and I like having them, they never caused me much trouble. Interestingly enough, I know quite a few people with 2 middle names and they never complained. But I agree, with...
It is very R heavy and therefore quite hard to say. I do like both names, just not together.
I like Beck. It's cool yet somewhat sophisticated, friendly and smart sounding and not too mainstream.
I do prefer Beckett as a full name, especially with Tahlia, but I like either choice better...
I usually don't find a single name pretentious but rather a combination of names or sometimes a sibset.
For example, none of the names you listed is try-hard to me, however, Persephone Astoria...
Aurora Charlotte is my favourite by far. It's gorgeous.
I really like Viggo Alexander, it's quirky yet sophisticated.
Ronan Matthew is not really my style and seems to be right on trend.
Marian is not really my style either, it seems a bit dated to...
Leonor for me. Leonore is lovely and would probably go better with most of my favourites, but somehow it seems a little bland to me, unexciting, prim and proper but there's no fun or quirky aspect to...
It seems like Alaïa was "brought" to France by Tunisian designer عز الدين عليّة who, in French, spells his name Azzedine Alaïa, and pronounces his last name like Aliya/Aaliyah (an Arabic name).
I have Alice nn Liz / Lizzie on my list.
Maybe Felicity, Eloise, Clarissa, Melissa, Melisande, Alissa, Allison, Calista, Lisette, Millicent, Adelis, Amaryllis, Anneliese?
I'm not a big fan of the flow of Wilder William, nor of the repeated Wil- even though and maybe also because they have different sounds to them. I do much prefer Beckett William and Wilder Cade.
July 25th, 2015, 12:47 PM
I'd love hear some more opinions :)
July 25th, 2015, 08:56 AM
Thank you both. It's quite interesting that both of you answered American as they do sound very Victorian British to me, at least in a set they do.
And both also has Lavinia be the jeans girl that's...
July 24th, 2015, 08:45 PM
What do sisters Alice, Lavinia and Jane make you think of?
Where and when would the kids live?
What would they do in their freetime?
Do they play any instruments? Do they like books, movies,...
I think Harriet, Margaret and Henrietta are the next few tha will make it "big", though not as big as Juliet, Violet or Scarlett.
Colette and Odette (maybe Lisette, too) might have the French thing...
I'm not a huge fan of Otto (though Ottie and Otter are my favourite nn for Elliott). It just seems to be in that not-yet-ready-to-come-back category, at least here in Germany. There are some...
I really like Aurora Beatrice. Laundine and Giselle make the name a bit too soft, for me, they take away the strength of Aurora and make her very princess-y. Celestine make me think of the sky,...
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