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August 10th, 2012, 08:44 PM
Fuchsia Maeve, definitely. Chrysanthemum is just not working for me. However, I do agree with one poster - imagine Dr. Fuchsia M. Lastname - I can't. And the spelling will always be an issue... I had...
August 10th, 2012, 08:39 PM
I think Nevaeh is worse than Heaven - so tacky. Heaven is better, but I like Haven the best out of all of them.
What do you think of that sibset - Emma and Ivy?
I'm unsure... I love them both separately, but together.... iffy.
Also, if anyone has any sassy but classy middle name options that would be...
Thanks for your opinions, everyone! :D
August 7th, 2012, 01:05 AM
Take Blue, then - if Indigo is too rare, take blue. A primary color. Blue is a name - not as accepted as Indigo, but nevertheless a name. A lot of people say blue, almost as much as English (or...
Thanks for all the replies, everyone!
And I cannot believe I forget Emmy as a nn! Add Em and Emma in the mix, too!
August 6th, 2012, 01:22 AM
To be honest, without thinking about the fact it's a common word, I like it. The sounds are nice, the meaning is nice. It is VERY risky, I'd say. However, if you both love your jobs and know you'll...
August 5th, 2012, 08:55 PM
You already have HEAPS of replies, but I'm giving it a go anyway.
Auburn (nn Aubrey)
What do you think of Remember as a word name?
It has history, but I find it modern and moving.
Nicknames could be Remy, Ember, Emby, Berry and Reby/Rebel (a bit of a stretch).
August 5th, 2012, 03:28 AM
Katelyn Elizabeth is, IMO, slightly boring. Kate Vivienne creates a vivid picture full of energy. Plus, if Katelyn has family ties then Kate will too - but if Elizabeth has the family ties, you could...
I like it! It's unusual but has that trendy-surname feel, like Addison. And who said that trendy was bad?
I like it for a boy, and the nickname Dace is adorable :)... however, on a girl - ehh. Not...
July 24th, 2012, 10:19 PM
Anabay - Really liking this! However, I would personally spell it another way. Annabay, Annabé, Annabae.
Espen - Like.
Kestrel - This one is not my style at all, sounds like a fish to me.
I would pronounce it con-stan-tee-nuh. I like it, not love, but I think it is a beautiful sounding name. If Constantina has family ties too, that's great.
Nicknames: Connie, Constance, Constantly...
July 13th, 2012, 04:02 AM
You haven't responded in a long time, but I'll still give it a go:
Renaming characters is hard, especially if the name has to fit with their personality.
I like Ember, but it seems a bit too... serious? For me, anyway.
I have a question - do you not want the...
July 12th, 2012, 03:17 AM
July 12th, 2012, 02:36 AM
I love Izabella Alice! A very popular name spelled a bit differently without being crazy, well done.
My favorite from the girls is probably Hazel Noelle because of the 'z' connection, and from the...
I personally don't care for it, however I do think the nn Mosie is cute. If it has no bad associations and you come to love it fully, I say go for it. It would make a great, unusual middle name...
I love Audrina! I would love Aurora but it is a little difficult to pronounce.
It's so cool to see names like Millicent (old style) and Elsie (unusual). I especially love Ada, Aiden and Larkin.
July 11th, 2012, 08:13 AM
Thanks for the feedback :). Sometimes people have a hard time accepting minor rejections, but it makes us reconsider and question ourselves and in the end, it gives us (generally speaking) better...
I dislike the name Breton (it sounds like the name of a type of bread) and like the name Luke, however Luke Joseph just doesn't sound right. Breton Alexander, however, has a nice ring to it and the...
For me it belongs to a boy.
July 11th, 2012, 03:11 AM
I agree - this way we would get feedback straightaway to our favorite names.
I LOVE names that are ranked 'most unusual', and I love your list. These are my favorites (the ones with the stars are the most usable to me):
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