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July 18th, 2015, 08:44 AM
My favorite is actually Keira, but with a different spelling: Kira. I would be inclined to pronounce Keira as kye-rah. But I also like Cordelia. :)
October 16th, 2014, 04:39 PM
All of them are beautiful! Really, can't go wrong with any of them. Have you considered waiting for the baby and naming her when you see her? Good luck and congrats!
Yes... I think Plum is better suited for the middle spot, especially combined with Scout. Eloise Plum is nice though. Plum is a gp of mine. If you're looking for names like Plum, what about Kite?...
Elizabeth- like, but it's a little too classic and popular for my taste
Marguerite- love, especially with the daisy connection
Eleanor- like; prefer...
July 29th, 2014, 02:50 PM
I agree, Penelope is my favorite but it's out of line compared to her sibs. My choice would be Ella. If she doesn't look like a Ruby, then you don't have to name her Ruby.
I love Rosalind and Madeleine almost equally (Lucinda not so much), but Eva Louise is lovely and so I voted for Madeleine. Though Rosalind Eva Louise sounds great too. I think Joanna is a little...
I sort of like Lace- it's along the line of Silk, Velvet, those names, but I think it's more accepted because of name Lacey. I love the variation Lacie (that spelling) too.
I think August is short enough to stand by itself, but maybe you could call him Gust? That doesn't really work... but that's all I can think of.
I personally prefer Isabelle as a first name... I think they both flow well though.
Love your names! Especially love: Vesper, Cecily, Eve, and Maeve. I'm not that big on Frances, it seems a little too masculine to me. The other names are meh, although Xanthe is pretty but would be...
Nora Elizabeth is beautiful, but the flow isn't quite there and both names are common (ish for Nora). That's why I voted for Meredith, even though it's not really my style. But, Nora Meredith is...
As I read it, I pronounced it eye-suh-lee. That's probably not right, but eyes-ley is quite pretty. If you really like Rose, go for it, because Eisele Rose is quite pretty.
I think Twilight has dimmed down quite a bit now, and Rosalie personally is one of my favorites. It's not too "out there" either, and it works great with big sis Amelia.
It's a gorgeous name, no doubt, but the first syllable is full of teasing potential and I don't think it really ages that well. It'd take quite a girl to pull it off, but it's definitely possible.
July 24th, 2014, 11:41 AM
Clementine Adelaide was my vote, but I don't care much for the nn Clea. You're right, Evangeline Adelaide is a bit of a mouthful, but I think Evangeline Rue is lovely. Tallulah is not really my...
July 24th, 2014, 11:38 AM
Love: Willow, Beatrix, Fleur, November, Genevieve, Magdalen, Mireille, Jessamine, Lavender, Cora, Flora, Annabel, Lux, Penelope, Fae
The others I'm mostly meh about, but what a unique list!
I think Leo should have a longer middle name, especially with Rosalia. I vote Leo Alexander, but my second choice is Leo Simon (both my favorites).
July 22nd, 2014, 04:27 PM
I can't get my tongue around this one. I completely mangled it when reading it- pronounced it as Lub-hoise! Though tbh, this might be a common mistake. I highly advise against this one, as where I...
Hmm... Delia, imo, is too old-fashioned for me- Cordelia is a little better. Odelia sounds made up to me; I like Odette or Ottilie much more. Dahlia is a pretty name, though it's not my favorite,...
I've been crushing on Ada for a while now, but I only like it as AH-da, not AE-da (as in Aidan). Do you think the AH-da pronunciation is viable, or is it just no? The Nameberry page says Adah is...
July 21st, 2014, 01:22 PM
Definitely Larkin! Tatum, I don't know why, just brings an association of potates (?) to my mind, maybe because of tater tots. I also think Larkin flows better with Olivia.
July 21st, 2014, 01:20 PM
Ah... you have a lot of pretty names against each other! These are just my personal preferences: ]
Juliet (I love Aria too!)
July 21st, 2014, 01:16 PM
The only thing that is kind of matchy is the Y sound, but that's really subtle. Ryan Dwyer sounds perfectly fine to me!
Silke is a pretty name... however, Sinus just makes me think of runny noses. As the first post said, I think Linus is a good alternative that kind of has the same "feel" as Silke. Silas is a little...
Personally, I think Emerson Sloane is a little too unisex and heavy on the S's. I'd use a slightly sweeter, more feminine middle with Emerson and the same thing with MN Sloane. Maybe:
Emerson May ...
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