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June 30th, 2014, 03:48 PM
We have decided on Ruby Lor(r)aine for our baby girl due in November. Her middle name is after my grandmother, who spelled her name Loraine with one r. I can't decide if I should keep her spelling or...
My friend has two girls named Iris and Lilly. I think they are a very cute sibset!
Daisy Evangeline was first to come to mind, even before reading earlier post
Daisy Marie (go-to middle but sounds nice together and much better than May, imo!)
Just a few...
Poll: Down to three
We just found out we're having a girl! Pretty sure we've settled on a name, but I would like to see responses to our top three. The middle will be Lorraine after my grandmother. (The third option,...
May 9th, 2014, 07:21 PM
I never thought of Jack, and I kind of like it! I'll ponder that one and see what the hubby thinks. Jamie might work too - I wasn't sure if that's too out of style or too feminine these days. Jayce...
May 9th, 2014, 03:18 PM
Any ideas? My husband's name is Jamil, so while Jameson means son of James, it might work well enough for son of Jamil too, or we can spell it Jamison (and his middle will be Jerome after grandpa)....
Cerulean, Sagan (nn Sage), River, November (nn Bear), Loki, Winter, Onyx, Zephyr
I like Sherlock too, but I'd call him Locke
April 25th, 2014, 03:11 PM
Thanks for the feedback, that definitely helped me narrow it down. I'm removing Emile, Ashton, Dexter, Rocco, and Rhodes from the list.
April 24th, 2014, 04:59 PM
I like Loki as a nn, not so much stand alone. Perhaps a nn for Lokahi (Low-KAH-hee), which means harmony and balance in Hawaiian (I live on Maui). Not big on Shadow as the middle for Loki/Lokahi...
Sebastian (Bastian) or Sage
River or Rowan
Orion (Rory) or Zephyr
Jameson or Emile
Ashton or Xander
Forest or Hunter
Dexter or Max
Rocco or Rhodes
And if you have order of preference, I'm...
What about Amelie? I really like the name Amelia, but I love the name Amelie (Ah-meh-LEE), and it's just different enough!
We're thinking Sagan (yes, after Carl Sagan), but are there any other formal names you can think of that Sage would work as a nn for?
April 15th, 2014, 07:16 PM
Since your other three all have single syllable first names, Ash and Bay come to mind, both of which could be nn of something longer, but can also stand on their own. I like pp suggestion of Rory too!
April 15th, 2014, 06:46 PM
Roman is an awesome name, and Roman Alexander is a perfect combination.
April 15th, 2014, 06:44 PM
My husband's name is Jamil. His mother liked the french name Emile, then happened across Jamil in a book somewhere and went with it as a more unique name with the similar sound. I'm sure I'm biased,...
I prefer Calla, but I like Calla Sage better, or Ruby Sage, Amelia Sage, or Evelyn Willow, or Ruby Willow
I've always loved Evangeline
April 11th, 2014, 08:27 PM
That's so funny, I've always pictured the term spelled "mali" in my head (I'm in my thirties so it was just plain old "E" when we were younger, and I've only heard the new slang within the past few...
My full name is Kathleen, though I've always gone by Katie and nn Kate. I like the versatility of the name. While I wasn't fond of Kathleen when I was younger (only my grandparents and my dad called...
Aubrey is too popular, though I think it's a beautiful name. My best friend's daughter is Gabrielle. I strongly dislike Brianna, Brielle, etc. So are there any other names that come to mind for which...
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