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January 30th, 2015, 05:16 PM
Let me just say that I love your taste in names :) I love the subtle natural/place-name theme.
I love the names Indira, Geneva, and Meridian from the poster above me!
Also, how about...
I've gone by my middle name since birth, as I was given my grandmother's first name. It's a little confusing and annoying sometimes to correct people and explain that I want my full name on all of my...
January 30th, 2015, 04:44 PM
Alistair: "Defender of mankind"
Any name derived from Alexander means "defender"
Edward- "Wealthy Guardian"
Try some archangel/angel names:
January 22nd, 2015, 08:16 PM
This has never really been a concern of mine. I haven't actually shared my list with hardly anyone, so I don't know what the reactions would be. I guess some of the really ethnic names that I love...
Callan, Cashlind, Claude, Claudius, Connary, Creighton, Croix
Calista, Calixta, Carrigan, Christa, Chrysantha, Clare, Claudia, Colleen, Cosima
Cash could be a nickname for Cashel/Cashlin/Cashlind. Beckett is also one of my favorites, and can be shortened to Beck.
Veda Elaine and Bodhi Isaiah sound and look wonderful together! I love the vowel sounds in the middle names.
Audrey, Owen, &
Emmett and Emily
I was almost Maria Denise, but my parents ended up putting Maria in the middle and choosing Evelyn, my grandmother's name as the first. I love my name a whole lot better than Denise, because it...
I'm not really a fan of Rowan, but River is nice! What about Vega, Astrid, or Seren?
I love Kira too. It's a beautiful name and is lovely with the middle name and last name!
Saul as a name isn't bad, I just can't separate the name from the image of the biblical King Saul (who was not a good guy). I love the story of Lazarus, but not as a name. It looks too much like...
Sonnet and Lyric
Sonnet and Story
Sonnet and Limerick
Sonnet and Odette
September 8th, 2014, 08:20 PM
The sad thing is that I picked out Sophia, Charlotte, and Isabella long before they exploded (because I love classic names), but now they are. I get annoyed with folks who follow the naming "trends",...
April 23rd, 2014, 11:57 PM
I've always crushed on Hero, Hermia, and Titania for girls, and Claudius, Tybalt, Iago, and Oberon for boys.
April 23rd, 2014, 11:52 PM
I went through this a couple of years ago when my cousin had her baby. She wanted to give their baby our grandmother's name as a middle name. However, my first name is our grandmother's name, so I've...
I too prefer Atlas Austin. Atlas Dixon is a little bit of a mouthful.
How about Bain, Baird, Baker, or Baden?
btw, sunniva, I also immediately thought of Baelfire as soon as I started reading this post! I love OUAT :) It really is a wonderful name, but it would...
April 3rd, 2014, 10:12 PM
April 3rd, 2014, 10:09 PM
Quintin Russell is my favorite out of all of the names. I love Tobias as a name, but I don't like s on the end running into your surname. Isaac Russell is just ok, I just don't think it flows as well...
What kind of a name is Edwinny? It sounds like a sound that a horse makes! I can't wait to see the actual good names from your ancestry list!
I really like Wilder with your sibset!
Tanner, August, and Wilder :)
March 25th, 2014, 10:09 PM
I love Rhett so much. Rhett is very simple, but it also sounds very firm and strong. I really have a sweet spot for southern names, and Rhett is no exception. I like it better as a stand alone name,...
March 24th, 2014, 10:08 PM
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