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October 18th, 2014, 01:14 PM
I used to love some of the most popular names in America at the moment (Isabella, Jacob, Noah, Olivia, etc.). Then I switched to very old, vintage names with dust all over them. Only recently has my...
Thanks so much, everyone! I particularly liked Jessamine, Jemima, Gemica/Jemica, Genevra, Jewel, and Georgina. I didn't know so many people would like Gem by herself. :)
What could be a full name for Gem that isn't Gemma? I was just thinking that I like the name Gem but couldn't use it by itself. :)
September 17th, 2014, 07:08 PM
My parents are so unoriginal. They would've named me Jacob Ryan M*****. I also have a super common last name, so I wouldn't be surprised if there was ANOTHER boy with the same exact name as me. :/
September 17th, 2014, 07:05 PM
Luna is the name I wish I had. My actual name is aeeeiiilllmnnorrrr.
Okay, so I have loved everyone's suggestions, and they all have truly helped me out! But I think I'm going to name him Aries. I will be considering other options too, but for now I'm going to start...
Dri is too feminine. Dany reminds me too much of Game of Thrones, though!
What do you think of these for my character: Archer, Aries, Arrow, and Idris?
I really love everyone's suggestions! My favorite by far is Andrian (thanks, @whitefeather01) with the nickname Dri— Thoughts? Any other names?
Time Period/ Location: The time is set three hundred years in the future, in what some might call a "solarpunk" society. Solarpunk is similar to steampunk but it's much more futuristic, with lots of...
Yeah, I realize now that my version of Xian is not really how it should be pronounced. I do like Zian, but I really liked how the X looked... I might start a new thread just for his name.
Myla - Lyla
Artemis or Athena?
Time Period/ Location: The time and place are three hundred years in the future, in what some might call a "solarpunk" society. Solarpunk is similar to steampunk but it's much more futuristic, with...
Isabeau is cute, but not too cutesy, in my opinion. If you don't want to call her Beau, she can go by normal Isabel nicknames like Izzy or Isa.
August 16th, 2014, 03:58 PM
August 16th, 2014, 03:40 PM
I've always wanted to be an author. I did when I was seven, and I do now. ;)
Isn't Livia just a variation of Olivia? I'm not completely sure, but if it is, then it's definitely too close. If not, still. Olive works better, in my opinion. Plus, it sounds great with Caroline!
Moonlight isn't terrible as a last name, but it is kind of pretentious. Maybe something that doesn't scream "witch" as much, but still meets the standards of being a witch name, if that makes sense....
Jenny Leap has a nice ring to it and flows well. It is a very normal name to me, but not too plain. I prefer Jenny to Jennifer with the last name Leap, by the way.
I don't like the idea that your...
August 6th, 2014, 01:42 PM
Mabel Novella & Violet Cyrilla
@redwoodfey - A novella would be great too! And it's completely understandable if you don't have the time. :)
Does anyone else have any opinions on this? :D
July 18th, 2014, 04:53 PM
Hi everyone! This thread was started a while ago, but I still would like to give my viewpoint. I am in no way at all a mother, nor will I be for a while! But I do consider myself to fit in here.
Say: Hi girls!
Think: Amelie Kate and Lucy Eleanor are gorgeous. I prefer Matilda Violet than just Tillie, and Essie Marigold is growing on me. :)
Meet my daughter, Hazel Clarissa.
July 17th, 2014, 11:35 AM
Flora - Fleur
Rhiannon - Hannah
Norah - Noor
Isabel - Belle
Addison - Madelyn
Ricard - Richard
Charles - Charlie
Cullen - Kellen
Junio - Jago
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