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I would try to choose last names closer to the beginning of the alphabet.
Some combos based on the names you've posted:
I like Indigo, Azalea, and...
DW: Amelia Janine (74)
DH: Wesley Charles (77)
DS: Soren Elias (53)
- DW: Gloria Carys (52)
- DD: Ivy Maria
- DD: Claire Fiona
I love David Rainier! Dash is a bit of a stretch, but maybe because he is known for his overactive ways, Dash would work.
August 24th, 2014, 08:37 PM
Character 1: Leonor, Eva, Elena, Sylvie, Antonia, Lisbet, Hadley, Polly, Ramona, Roxy, Moxie, Bria
Character 2: Lucas, Dominic, Weston, Franklin, Quill, Theodore, Alec, Desmond, Vincent, Victor
August 23rd, 2014, 03:57 PM
Avalon, Calla, Carys, Cilla, Onyx (Nyx), Roxanne (Roxy), Schuyler (Sunny, maybe), Theodora (Teddy), Winona (Winnie, Ona)
August 23rd, 2014, 03:50 PM
Shakespearean Suggestions; Names in parentheses are potential variants
Adriane (Adriana, Ariana, Ari, Ariadne, Ariadna, Ariane) Alice, Angelica (Angelina, Angelia), Beatriz (Bea, Beatrix), Cleo...
August 21st, 2014, 02:07 PM
Piper: Pepper, Pippa, Philomena, Philippa, Parker
Harper: Harlow, Harriet, Harley, Haley, Marlow, Hadley
Other Suggestions: Juliette, Julia, Viola, Flora, Ivy, Lucy
August 21st, 2014, 11:23 AM
Roman, Harlow &...
Alastair, Alec, Beckett, James, Jericho, Jet, Lionel, Milo, Parker, Quill, Theodore, Valor
I pronounce Cecily like seh-suh-lee. Sicily has the silly part in it to me.
Moira, Catherine, Elizabeth, Hesper, Esther, Greta, Vera, Antonia, Mavis, Freya, Adelaide, Claudia
August 18th, 2014, 08:14 PM
My ideas are probably going to be based on different time periods because one wasn't specified. They will be very varied
-He could find a magical jewel in the field and abuses the magic to get...
I like Amelia Blake and Isis Blake. I would research the names though to see if they are already taken or not. I've never heard of an author going by a nickname on top of their first name except like...
Jonas, Gregor, Teddy, Ivan, King, Franklin
I wouldn't necessarily chose a last name past M or N. People who are browsing only take the time to look at the beginning of the alphabet. Also, you could've added an 'e' to Green if you wanted....
Maybe use Bea or Beatrice because Beauty starts with Bea? That's me being lazy though.
on to better suggestions
Angelica, Bardot, Caledonia, Calliope, Carys, Cecile, Dove, Eve, Fauna, Perdita,...
August 15th, 2014, 10:56 AM
G Eve Caledonia
B Ronan Arthur
B Heath Lawrence
B Daniel Thomas
G Cora Clementine
G Sally Christine
G Fiona Cate
G Angelica Carmen
August 15th, 2014, 10:44 AM
I look for versatility as well.
August 14th, 2014, 12:13 PM
Felix, Frederick, Franklin, Francis, Farley, Feodor, Flynn, Foster, Finnick, Faolan
-his family secretly poisoned her (along the lines of the ritual gone wrong suggestions)
-a romantic rival murders her and he uncovers the truth
-maybe they called upon a god that kills her
August 13th, 2014, 06:05 PM
Andrian, Antonia, Ariadna, Aristotle, Bethel, Calandra, Caledonia, Dove, Helios, Keiko, Leilani, Lucius, Lux, Margarita, Palmer, Paolo, Sven, Tova, Yuma, Zanna, Zelena
I would definitely choose Jenny over Jennifer.
Does the name Jenny/Jennifer Leap sound too plain to you? I like it and it's not too plain.
Do you think the first name Jenny/Jennifer sounds good with the last name Leap? I like the combination,...
August 11th, 2014, 11:13 AM
I definitely think both are useable.
August 11th, 2014, 11:08 AM
Poll: I prefer Imogen Grace.
I prefer Imogen Grace.
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