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June 28th, 2014, 06:26 AM
My favourite is Gaia with Lilith being a close second.
My least favourite is Millicent.
I have the same problem with liking a lot of similar names. Actually quite a few of my favourites are on your list! Maybe I'll do one of these later.
Forest or Frost
Ferelith (g), Frederica (g),...
Hi, sorry I never really checked up or replied on this thread!
I definitely agree that there have been some entries on the names that are not appropriate, and that people have every right to voice...
I've thought my whole life about this for various reasons, and I've decided that I will not change my name at all when I get married. The biggest two reasons being that one, I don't like the idea of...
I agree that liking the individual name is more important than the name fitting in a 'sibset'. The only time I think it's any kind of issue or odd is when the names are very similar to each other....
June 21st, 2014, 12:09 AM
I don't really like the idea that names 'go to the girls'. As if somehow having girls named the same thing ruins it for boys. Nothing ever seems to have 'gone to the boys'. (I know that this has...
I was wondering if anyone shared my feelings about the new(ish) feature on each name, where you can leave a comment.
I think it was a very great idea, and thoughtful of nameberry to add it so...
I thought it would sort of be neat to see what names you used to hate, but have actually now grown to love, as some that are my favourite names now I used to totally and completely loathe.
I've always quite liked this name, and honestly I don't really know why. It's rather unlike most of my favourite names, and I usually quite dislike 'ette' endings. I know it is a little clunky, but...
May 6th, 2014, 03:57 AM
I personally (most likely) wouldn't give a child of mine the exact name of a relative, but I think in your case, it's not really that big of a deal. Since your husband's grandfather went by Bill, I...
@dantea Yes I would definitely consider putting it in the middle spot instead. I also like the idea of using a name that means snow. My favourites from your list are Eira, Neve, and specifically...
I've really been loving the name Snow lately as a first name for a girl. A couple questions though.
1. Though I love the sound of the name itself, I also feel it has personal significance for me....
December 14th, 2013, 02:06 PM
I personally wouldn't use it, but if you would regret giving your daughter a name that you like less than Marlowe, then I don't think it's the end of the world to have a rhyming name. I knew a girl...
December 13th, 2013, 07:35 PM
I like Spencer the best, and think it goes great with Delaney and Carson. My second favourite is Sullivan, and third being Oliver just because I think it's a little more plain than the other two. (I...
December 13th, 2013, 07:25 PM
Thanks so much for posting this! I always find it pretty hard to find Canadian stats, and yes I wish it was more detailed too. Also wish that the lists on the side for each province were at least Top...
I dislike the name Maverick personally, but if someone else chose it for their son I wouldn't think it was a horrible name or anything. Just not my style. I don't think it's too out there either. You...
December 13th, 2013, 06:50 PM
Reed and Ian are my favourites. For some reason though when I say Reed Faust, I hear 'read fast' with some kind of accent. I'm sure that's just me being weird though.
In order for me it's:
December 13th, 2013, 03:15 PM
I love Lorelei, and think that Jade in the middle spot makes the full name flow really well. It has my vote for sure.
I like both Gemma and Kathryn equally, but...
I think the Clare spelling is used often enough that it shouldn't be an issue if you wanted to use that. I think the saint connection is stronger that way, but I think if you prefer the spelling...
Brenna - I like this just fine.
Tinsley - A little to close to tinsel for me. Though I always liked Tierney which is similar.
Sigrid - Like this for a middle name maybe. A little harsh for a first...
Thanks again to everyone for answering/voting!
I think Violet is classic in the sense that it feels at home in the 1800s or present day, but not a classic as in so constantly popular that it may be seen as boring (ie. John).
December 12th, 2013, 02:06 AM
Agree with southern.maple that there is no such thing as a name "going to the girls". Why is a male name somehow ruined for boys if people use them for their daughters? It doesn't make any sense to...
December 11th, 2013, 09:59 PM
Imogen, Charlotte, Philippa, Clara:
Rosalind/Rosie, Freya, Eleanor, Harriet:
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