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I've never heard of this used as a given name. It sort of sounds feminine I guess, but I find it hard to imagine as a first name. It would be a super cool middle for either gender. I immediately...
Unisex. I think of prime meridian.
January 25th, 2015, 09:20 PM
Hudson & Leo are my favs.
Schuyler Daniel Grey hands down. I love this. Never thought I'd like Grey, but this combo is so handsome.
I have a top ten name (a misspelled variant) and gave my child a rare vintage name outside the top 1000, (spelled correctly). My own name misfortune was absolutely the driving factor behind my...
Veda is absolutely perfect with Bodhi
Veda is gorgeous, it's a beautiful sound with wonderful meaning. It's ancient but has such a modern feel at the same time. I also think it sounds so...
I love Marilla! And I'm not a Green Gables fan. I mean I enjoyed it when I was a kid to read it but wasn't my fav by any stretch. Point is I like Marilla without the Anne connotation. I think it's...
January 18th, 2015, 08:12 PM
I took two boys names and three girls names to the hospital when DS was born. It had nothing to do with having the right fit. I was just indecisive and couldn't commit! I also think I didn't want the...
Fable is really sweet, I love it. I can see that as truly unisex although I much prefer for a female. Oakley is a fine option too.
Ollie would be a super cute nickname for Oliver or Olivia or...
Archer initially makes me think of the obscene cartoon. Then I think of bows and arrows and hunting deer or something, it's violent to me.
I voted Quinn. Not big on Patricia with it though but it if it's a family name go with it. Juliet is a nice feminine Classic and probably a good pick. I just personally don't care for it. Quinn is...
It isn't vain to me. Jenedy is nms. Also it rhymes with your own name, that would bug me, its a little much. If you're keen to use a name that honours your own maybe Genevieve or Geneva? I also think...
January 17th, 2015, 02:52 PM
I like Cai Eamonn Joseph
or Seth Peadar Henry
I dislike Lex, pretty much any name ending in X just sounds like a brand name to me.
I put them in my preferred order:
January 16th, 2015, 09:26 PM
Paloma Saffron & Romilly Pearl
Basil Rockwell & Linus Noble
I love Violet. I don't love Mercy but I do appreciate it as a nice underused virtue name. I know a Mercy with a sister Miriam. She is so stunningly beautiful and graceful that its hard to dislike the...
I find Eloise has a trendy feel to it. I know it isn't but it feels that way. I do love both Eloise and Annabel. i see the point about Annabel getting lost in the -Bella crowd. But it...
January 3rd, 2015, 08:31 AM
Evelyn Lake is amazing. It sparkles. It's perfection with your other babes. Congrats to your family!
I go by this
1. Pick the original
2. More than one original/established spelling? Pick favourite. husband has different favourite? Go to last option
3. Nameberry poll.
I picked my kiddos...
Yeah I was thinking Marshall fits great with the current occupational surname trend, without sounding obviously trendy. I love the sound of it. I know a Marshall my age (30ish) but he was named for...
January 2nd, 2015, 08:09 PM
I met a server in Florida recently named Holland King. First name Holland last name King.
My brother had a girl in his class in high school, named Liberty Ann Justice (last name Justice)
I worked with a girl 25ish names Pier. Everyone called her Pierre :( she hated it.
I think Pier is nice and in the middle spot it wouldnt cause too much issues, even if you live some place that...
Hadley. Hadley is a suitable female name although not a favourite around here obvi. It's nms but I think it's cute.
You have already heard the spelling is no good. This sort of misspelling a boys...
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