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Lorraine is on my list, but as a middle name - my grandmother was named Vivian Lorraine and I love that name (but I would spell it Vivienne).
I don't think that Thelma needs a nickname...it's just...
My sister's name is Caitlin and I think if I have a daughter I'd want to give her that as a middle name, because my sister and I are close. But people spell it all kinds of ways (Katelyn, Kaitlin,...
August 13th, 2014, 08:54 PM
Josiah Matthew (my cousin's name + my brother's name)
Caitlin Jael (my sister's name + my cousin's middle name)
I like most of the boys' names in my family but not most of the girls'.
I love them all. I picked Charlotte Amalia, but I love Charlotte Helena and Charlotte Louise too (actually one of my favorite girls' names right now is Charlotte Louisa!).
Daisy Francesca is my favorite, but I also like Daisy Valentina.
January 20th, 2014, 10:09 PM
For that, I love Zipporah and Liviana from your list. I like a more subtle evil queen name, especially since your evil queen at her heart is a loving mother and terrifyingly evil. A deceptively...
August 16th, 2013, 02:17 PM
Felicienne (comes from Felix, who was a Roman general and a governor of Judea)
Josephine (inspired by the Hebrew Joseph)
Jade or Jada (Jade is more French-like, but...
I also think Jessica is the best given it's popularity in the late 80s/early 90s and the rest of the family names. Jessica and Amanda are like classic late 80s/early 90s twins.
Yes. When I'm writing I go to great pains to have no more than two major characters with names that start with the same letter, because I feel like it can be confusing. I would notice, and it would...
I think it depends a lot on the character and her origins. Suria and Surya sound the farthest from Cyrus. I like Surya better.
Other suggestions are Solana, Kalinda, Eliane and Eliana. There...
I actually think Evangeline Lily is the best combo. Violet Lily I don't like the sound of, and it's too flowery. Florence Lily is too flowery too. Evangeline does connote soft and gentle but...
August 16th, 2013, 01:24 PM
My aunt is named Rachelle (I think she spells it Richelle, but it's pronounced the same) and she goes by Shelly, all the time. Lord help the person who calls her Richelle. I think you need to go by...
Here are some names that were popular in the United States during the 1930s - I'm sure they were similarly popular in England. They're in no particular order.
My cousin's daughter (7 years old) is named Sophia, and she faces the same issues. I don't think little Sophia cares if people call her Sophie, but it drives her mother crazy - she hates the...
August 16th, 2013, 12:53 PM
I think men should have the option to have as much input as mom. The baby is both of theirs! But I know that my husband is going to do the veto method. Essentially, I will select the name because...
Lilith has negative connotations to me. I really love the first three combos,...
August 16th, 2013, 04:47 AM
Hebrew/Biblical first names:
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