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Cora Lucille, definitely.
February 14th, 2013, 05:07 PM
I love it!!
Yes, I knew it was Indiana's real name (he is Henry Jones Jr; "we named the dog Indiana"). I love the movies and Harrison Ford is pretty awesome, but maybe I'm in the minority. I love it, but it's...
Don't mind Cass. I would probably use it as a nickname myself. I think of 'Supernatural' and Castiel, nickname Cas, and I think it could also work as a nickname for Caspian. I haven't heard of it as...
Flora - gorgeous! I love Flora. Only drawback for me is that here in Australia it's a brand of margarine. Same with Ajax (cleaning product). If it wasn't I would push to use it in a heartbeat.
The other reason why I think it would be a great way to honour her is becase Celia means "heavenly" which ties right in to honouring an angel baby.
Good luck, and my sympathies are with you and...
I LOVE Pearl!! It's so gorgeous!! I know exactly what you mean about pearl jewelry too, it's so classy and gorgeous, as is the name in my opinion. Plus, I think it's a great name for people who knit...
I'm so sorry for your loss. The only one I thought of that has not yet been mentioned is Celia, which uses the same letters as Alice.
November 5th, 2012, 04:55 PM
I love Rose, but Rosa, Rosalie, Rosemary, Rosamund and Rosabelle are nice too.
I think it's vintage and very usable. I think it's so sweet! Hubby isn't on board with it as a first name, otherwise I would love to use it myself.
This is what I thought of too.
BTW, I LOVE Aster Lilliana, Aster is on my list too!
When I read the title of the post, my first thought was "No such thing!" I love Jude Rigby! How handsome. Anyway, that's my 2 cents, and good luck making the decision!
Thanks Rollo! Me too!
I like Leonora, nn. Nora better of the 2 choices, but I prefer Eleanor as a name to Leonora. I don't think it's too much of a stretch to have an Eleanor, nn. Nora. But in any case, both names are...
Quite a dilemma! I agree that Elsie Lesie isn't the best option, and even hyphenated Elsie-Rae Leslie still sticks in my mouth a bit when I say it. I second the suggestions of @nono and @alzora who...
Agreed, January Lucia is a better choice in my opinion. I like Faye, but next to Lucia, especially given the cultural link, Faye jsut doesn't seem right to me. Lucia all the way!
Thank you all so much!! There are so many combo's that I would never have put together myself, this is exactly what I was looking for berries! Please keep them coming!
@Sunshine.10 - I love how...
So, I've had a name list for years and years now. I've been going through combo's for ages, but I just can't find anything that I love. I am not expecting, just a name nerd who is preparing. I am NOT...
October 23rd, 2012, 08:47 PM
Henry and August.
October 23rd, 2012, 08:37 PM
Hm. I don't know if there is a way to modernise it that I personally like, but then I love Ethel! I actually like all the names you mentioned (Clementine, Scarlett, Emmeline, Pearl and Piper). From...
October 23rd, 2012, 08:27 PM
From the names you listed, I prefer the original in most cases:
Kit (for a boy)
Hmmm, tough one! They are quite different styles in my opinion, Victoria very classic, Aria a bit more trendy (not to say that it doesn't have a long history, clealry it does, but I think that it has...
October 23rd, 2012, 08:06 PM
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