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December 7th, 2014, 07:02 PM
I definitely wouldn't. I'd much rather honour my mother or someone else special to me, whether it's a family member or a hero.
I've never liked the trend, on boys or on girls, I've always felt it...
December 4th, 2014, 07:54 PM
Eleanor Dianne and Henry Tate- Classic and strong
Clementine Elsie and Ezra Tobias- Slightly quirky and unusual
Charlotte and Henry is also nice but Charlotte is a bit popular for my taste. If...
Waaaaayy too word-namey sorry. And he would spend his entire life telling people that his name wasn't Adam.
I agree with pp about the Bear-a-niece thing and I think it will be constantly mistaken for Bernice. The two "ren" sounds do seem to clash as well.
On a brighter note, Wren is ADORABLE and I really...
I like Ness/Nessa/Nessie and I don't think the Loch Ness Monster is a huge thing anymore but it DOES sound a bit dated to me. I'm not saying it's not usable, Ness is spunky and fresh to balance it...
Of course I hate made-up spellings and names, like most people on here but a name I have an irrational hatred of is Nora. Actually Norah is worse. I feel like I should like it, it's classic,...
I agree with pp about Elizabeth Rose being boring, Rose is a big filler middle and Elizabeth is actually quite popular.
While there is nothing wrong with Rosemarie I slightly prefer the Rosemary...
Sorry, but I don't think it works. It's going to make things a bit difficult for teachers calling her name at school, though Elise is nice.
Have you thought about...
Alice (not perfect flow...
Firstly, I have nothing against two middle names. The names in my signature may not have them but I will probably end up giving my kids two middle names just because there are soo many names I love!...
No just no. I don't mean to be rude, but you wouldn't name a boy Eleanor Michael, would you? It sounds ridiculous. It is an extremely sexist trend which I absolutely detest. I don't think that adding...
September 28th, 2014, 06:49 PM
I agree with Sparkleninja18, Eliana looks best to me. It seems cleaner and more streamlined than the others, the second L is really unnecessary, especially when it comes to pronouncing it. It's a...
I love Mimosa and I find it really sad that it's unusable because of the alchohol connection, it's also a botanical name, which I really like.
I know a Tequili (like Tequila) but I seriously hate...
What do you think of these names for twin girls?
Melusinia Lavinia Elizabetta Patricia Elvira May
And Ella Grace
I really think they match each other so nicely but they don't clash so they can...
Thoughts on Nebuchadnezzar? So I've really liked the name Nebuchadnezzar for a long time, it's the only name I've liked recently. For me it evokes images of a really kind, sensitive handsome young...
Totally agree with cristinamaria, everyone will find a problem with a name you like and I think they are both completely straightforward but I prefer Elodie, it's more feminine and pretty and quite...
September 11th, 2014, 06:35 AM
My favourite is Bo
@sorceress Illyria June, Illyria Gwen, Illyria Esme and Illyria Skye are wonderful. I agree with you about staying away from L and R in the middle. Thank you so much!:D
@steampunkleo I love Illey as nickname (worried it may get mispronounced as Ily though... :( ) I disagree that you suck at middles, Illyria Neve (Or maybe Niamh spelling??) is stunning and I also...
I've really started to love the name Illyria (i-LI-ree-uh) and I think it should definitely be added to the Nameberry database. It seems very exotic and feminine to me, and it's a Shakespearean place...
I LOVE Elsie Lillian it is such a beautiful combo. Elsie is sweet and classic and Lillian is so pretty. Congratulations!
It sounds very little girl to me and not really like a full name at all. I agree with Mischa about it never growing up.
September 7th, 2014, 02:42 AM
Rosalind nn Rosa is my favourite, but I also love Rosalie and Rosa as a standalone name.
September 7th, 2014, 02:40 AM
I like longer names with nicknames because I think sometimes nicknames don't age so well. And if you choose a full name with a nickname then in a way you get both names which I really love. My...
September 5th, 2014, 07:50 PM
1. Most unusual: I don't know, nearly every name I like is off the top 1000 but I guess Arianwen is pretty unusual
2. Most traditional: Elspeth
3. Most masculine: I absolute hate masculine names on...
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