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Ava vs. Eleanor
Mia vs. Isabelle
Ella vs. Elena
Natalie vs. Isabel
Hannah vs. Elise
Lillian vs. Kate
Lily vs. Rose
Aria vs. Juliet
Scarlett vs. Madeleine
Penelope vs. Adelaide
July 20th, 2014, 10:08 PM
Friends of mine seriously considered Kit and Kip for their little boy.
Glen and Hart are my favorite short names.
July 20th, 2014, 10:03 PM
Katerina Rose Arabella May would be pretty and helps break up the A endings. Switching it to Arabelle might also help with the flow: Elena Arabelle Rose May.
I actually know a teenager named Emmalou, which I think is cute.
I was thinking Lou is pretty with Meredith, then noticed you have Miranda in your signature which I like just as much.
Imogen from your signature would be lovely in the middle. Marley Imogen would match Noah Damian very nicely!!!
My first choice is Beau, but it's too close to Blue. So Bastian gets my vote. Very nice sibling set!!
July 15th, 2014, 09:53 PM
I think Karina Paula is a very beautiful name! I've been crushing on Paula and Paola lately, so it's very refreshing to see as a possibility. ( :
Bianca, Beau, and Belle/a or Bianca, Benato, and Berenice
Bethany, Brianna, and Beckham
Bay, Bo, and Bree
Benda or Benke, Bettany, and Bijou
Blythe, Blossom, and Bliss
Lori and Judy are too rhyme-y for my taste. I would go for Rain and Judy as nns (:
I think you've picked some great names. However, if the 4 syllable Alexander is "too much," what about 3 syllable Lysander? Or changing Roman's syllable flow with Romano, Romanos, or Romeo?
Considering that you are in Texas, I would expect to hear Emma-line, Emma-leen, or Emma-lynn about equally. I know a Southern bell with this spelling who pronounces it Emma-line so drawn out that the...
Honestly, I don't think you can go wrong here.
Daphne is a nice fit without being match-y at all.
Audrey matches initial and like Amelia is on-trend.
Evelyn matches style beautifully.
Samuel made me think of Simon, Simeon, and Sampson/Samson.
I was also thinking of Judah, Jonah, and Jonas for you.
Noam, Rohan, and Nolan are all less popular than Noah.
Lewis and Lucas:...
What about Holt (surname-y) or Hart (meaning stag) as a blend between Harp and Colt without the negative associations?
Other similar names that evoke color, instruments or horses: Blue, Roan,...
June 23rd, 2014, 02:33 PM
I love the meanings of these names! Carys has been a long time favorite, but I like how Noa is very versatile. I like "pear tree" as a meaning, but I personally prefer Pera or Nashiko over Perry....
Ren, I've been wanting to read your book for so long, but I can't do one chapter at a time, so I have been holding out for the whole thing-- I can't wait and this awesome cover is making it even...
Along the lines of Rose Red, I just saw Prairie on the home page and thought of Prairie Dawn from Sesame Street and California Morning from the Ballad of Lucy Whipple. Morning Glory might fit the...
June 22nd, 2014, 12:41 AM
frankie, I love your style, so yes I would read your book or at least like a full copy of your list! ( :
Today, I am loving (oh so punny) the idea of sisters named Amora, Ahava, and Mahala.
June 16th, 2014, 12:38 AM
I'm another Seraphim fan!
I like a lot of very Hebrew and Arabic names that would not fit my family at all. Hadassah and Idris are probably my favorites right now.
Most of my list will probably...
June 16th, 2014, 12:08 AM
Never in the top 1000, Smart, Strong, Calm, Word names or some combination there of...
June 12th, 2014, 01:58 AM
Paloma is my favorite listed. I also like Phaedra, Parisa, and Persephone!
Based on some of your other favorites:
Ian: Ivan Mark or Evan Mark
Thomas: Jonas Mark
Alexander: Lysander Mark or Evander Mark
Caleb: Aaron Mark or Ezra Mark
Conor: Camden Mark
I love this name and all of its spellings!! Fei is probably my favorite, 飞 meaning "fly" or "winged," so even though it's in a completely different language and text, it has a similar meaning. ( :
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