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I think both Eve and Elle are less popular than Evie or Ellie/Ella. Both are classic and timeless. My pick would be Eve!
February 1st, 2016, 08:52 AM
I do not think Marcus would automatically be called Marc.
Some other names ending in S or Y sounds
Aurelius, August, Julius, Rhys, Wesley, Ellis, Gregory, Quincy, Silas
January 25th, 2016, 12:26 PM
I think it's important to remember that Matilda is a classic with a solid historical use. Therefore, it will never be so 2010s imo such as a newer name like Madison, Makayla, Zoe, Harper. And...
From your list I love Cordelia, Juliet, and Quinn. I would suggest Celeste, Calista, Lillian
The boys names are a little popular for my taste, but Noah and Liam are nice. I would suggest Julian,...
Edith is vintage but very serious and studious in my mind. I like the nickname Edie a lot and wouldn't worry about teasing. That said, I much prefer Beatrix!
Rose+Ellie = Rosalie
Or What about Amelie?
Not more frilly than other popular names like Isabella, Lilliana, etc. Rosemarie is beautiful, classic, and underused. Romy is amazing! I'm currently considering it as a nn for Ramona.
January 7th, 2016, 09:11 AM
Francesca, Ophelia, Elspeth, Cordelia, Iona, Talia,
Otto, Leopold, Remy, Arlo, Nico,
January 5th, 2016, 07:22 AM
Just sayin... If you combine the two you get the beautiful and unusual Delphine :)
For you I like:
Elowen, Imogen, and Romilly
I also like Ginevra and Paloma, but maybe you don't want to go too feminine with your other daughter's name.
Sonoma (a mattress company I think?),...
September 8th, 2015, 05:14 PM
Maple Hazel Ivy Violet Zinnia Marigold Iris Plum Fern Acacia
Lila is beautiful, Reverie reminds me of referee. It's ok. They do sound nice together though.
Can some recommend some boys names to me? For girls I like vintage, uncommon but familiar. Never...
September 2nd, 2015, 08:51 PM
Jet can be a nn for Juliet. Rose Juliet is beautiful!
September 2nd, 2015, 08:21 PM
Coralline- coral or Cora
Ondine- I'm just not familiar with this name ???
Lenore sounds incomplete to me. I prefer Leonora or Eleanor. Xanthe is growing on me and crescent reminds me of the roll.
What are your favorite combos from my signature?
Anna-Claire Edith, the others are a bit much imo, but great names non the less!
Amelie or Eloise? I love Amelie a little more, but I can't find the right nickname for it, and the pronunciation can...
September 1st, 2015, 08:49 PM
Miles Eeren - Mil, Ren
Finn Johannes- Fi
Ansel Klein- Ans
Aveline Pearl - Avie <3
Phoebe Pearl- Poppy
Norah Marjorie- Nor
Aurelia daisy- Ara, Aria
Juliet Pearl- Jet
Annalise Eeren- Annie
August 27th, 2015, 11:03 AM
I'm Jewish and I would not immediately think of this as a Jewish name. Most Jews I know have Old Testament names like Rachel, Rebekah, Jacob, Adam... More orthodox/ religious Jews are more likely to...
August 25th, 2015, 08:24 AM
I like Shiloh, but would prefer a more a more feminine name to go with two boys. I would t worry about style so much because style often changes with gender.
From your list I like Adelaide and...
You're not a fan because you only know a few songs :)
Perry is superior to Perrie. Perrie is superior to Peri.
Spelling alone will not change the fact that it's unisex. I see it as more feminine...
Yes I think the ie spelling looks cutesy, but the name itself doesn't sound cutesy. Also, you mentioned you wanted it to be easy to spell and I think people would assume the y spelling unless you...
Not my style... It's an old lady in mg mind. But I guess that makes it vintage?
I prefer Nadia, natasha, Nora, Sabrina, Celine, Camille
Clarisse and Camille go great together!
Anyway, this is...
I have to Agree that Perrie is cutesy, but Perry seems more adult. Could work for boy or girl I think.
Other P names-
Penelope nn Penny, Poppy, Nell
(Paul, Peter, Penn)
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