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I prefer Isla. It seems more substantial than Ila, and I'd pronounce Eila and Ayla with a long 'A' sound instead of 'Eye' (presuming you meant for them all to be pronounced the same)...
It makes me think of gammon, like the food. And cannons.
Not loving it if I'm honest.
January 7th, 2013, 07:39 PM
Oh, I really hope it's not Kassia/Cassia! That would completely ruin it for me. :(
I can totally see Kalypso, actually. Something over-the-top and attempting-to-be-yooneek...I think Kadence might...
I adore Ada. It's so sweet and charming and soft, but also a little bit spunky, just like Ella. I think they would go together really nicely without being too matchy like I think Willa and Ella would...
Ellis Charlie (m)
That's all I can think of for the last year, I know of several coming March/April/May time...
Maybe it's because, like @covella said, they go by Jack or maybe even by their middle name, since John is quite often passed down through generations and so someone's official name could be, say,...
I prefer Briony, because it looks less awkward and y-heavy than Bryony. Also, the Bryony spelling tends to make me slightly over-pronounce the first y so it sounds less like Bri-ony and more like...
I actually think it could work. Gray/Grey is a very neutral colour to me, and since it's technically a word, in my opinion it isn't really attached to either gender. I do think that she'd be mistaken...
December 27th, 2012, 07:24 PM
I think it could be considered an upcoming modern classic - it's well in the top 100 here still. I only like the Caitlin spelling though.
December 24th, 2012, 07:23 PM
I used to love Violet (and still do!) at the age of about seven because it sounded so princessy and my favourite colour was purple. I guess I was ahead of the trends...
Another one I loved was...
December 24th, 2012, 03:53 PM
Maybe there should be an easy way to submit names that aren't on the database already, along with gender, origins, meaning etc. and if they're approved by Pam and Linda they can go on the site. Then,...
December 18th, 2012, 06:35 PM
They're drastically different names. Clara, for me, makes me think of a sweet, princessy yet fierce little girl. Bentley...well. First of all, it's a surname, recently turned boys' name. I dislike...
I know an Adrian who goes by Rian most of the time, but sometimes he's Rio, which I think is a great nn for Adrian, and unexpected too. I think Ike is a great nickname for Isaac. Maybe you could also...
My name's a bit more popular here than it was a few years ago so I rarely have problems now, but when I was little I used to get Ellie and Ellen more times than I could count and I still...
December 15th, 2012, 08:10 AM
When I hear/see the name it doesn't immediately make me think of the place. It was a name long before it was a city, after all, so I don't think it's in the same category as the others you mentioned....
Cleo, possibly?? I also like the suggestion of Emmy.
I'm actually really crushing on Clementine at the moment. So quirky and sunny-sounding c:
December 9th, 2012, 10:34 AM
DAH-lee-uh, I'm from the South East :)
How could she have chosen a name without double-checking how it's pronounced?? You should tell her she's saying it wrong or this kid will get ridiculed. I would have thought most people would have at...
It really depends on the name and/or the reason for me. Most people over here are generally fairly familiar with most 'mainstream' Celtic names because the influence is obviously quite close to home....
November 30th, 2012, 05:46 PM
I'm 14, and I always used to like naming dolls and things as a child, but I think at the age of around 12 was when I really started to see names as a proper interest. If I remember, my favourites at...
November 25th, 2012, 08:38 PM
I haven't actually told anyone properly yet. I'm slightly worried that a) they think I'm some kind of freak or b) they think I'm pregnant (I'm 14...) so um...yeah. My little sister knows I love...
I was going to be Olivia May before two of my mum's coworkers gave birth to little girls, both named Olivia May. I was then going to be Olivia Grace, but by this stage my mum didn't want Olivia any...
November 12th, 2012, 08:09 AM
Has anyone said Edith yet? It was my grandmother's name and I can see it coming back, along with nn Edie. If Eden is so popular, why not?
I also think Ellen, Rosemary, Kathleen and Lois could make...
I know two Bryonys and two Brideys who go to the same schools as each other; I also know two Saskias, two Rhiannons, two Finbars and I recently know of two little newborn Dashiells (all the others...
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