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I've recently been crushing on what I would call a GP, or at a stretch a far-fetched middle: Athens.
I think it could really work as a place name, maybe for someone with Greek heritage or a couple...
October 13th, 2014, 10:09 PM
I'm so sorry I left this thread hanging! I posted just before my classes really picked up, and now school and sports have completely gotten in the way. I would still love to do this, but...
September 22nd, 2014, 10:19 PM
They're all gorgeous, and I'm thrilled to see Elowen in consideration :) My personal favorite is Elowen Aoife Rose. I think it has the best flow. I personally dislike Alexandra, because it feels very...
September 14th, 2014, 08:27 PM
My initial thought was that I would rather not give out my email online, but if it was over PM I think it might be okay. Anyway, NB is considerably safer than most internet communities. That's a good...
September 14th, 2014, 07:07 PM
I saw a thread like this on NB once before, but I tried to track it down and couldn't. So I thought I'd give it a shot and start my own thread.
Would anyone like to be "name pals"? Like pen pals,...
I love Cora, Isadora, Theodora, Pandora, and absolutely adore Florence, which while not a -ora name is very close to Flora.
September 14th, 2014, 12:08 PM
I voted for per-eh-grin, but really I say Pear-eh-grin. The "Per" sounds like the fruit "pear."
September 13th, 2014, 10:35 PM
I voted Grace Capella. It seems the most "real" to me, and the least like a character's name, which I think generally makes stories seem a good deal more believable than when the character has an...
September 13th, 2014, 03:31 PM
Lay-o-nor, because this is the Spanish version. I would say Leonore as Lee-o-nor.
I've never been fond of "double-barrel" names, but recently one occurred to me that I really like. What do you think of Clara Jane? I think it sounds classy, unlike some double names, and is...
Oh, God. This makes me feel faintly ill.
September 11th, 2014, 10:20 PM
I've been refreshing my boy's list and was thinking about Josiah. Than I checked the popularity, and realized it's in the top 100 (#69) and climbing higher! I was really surprised to see this. I've...
I think it works, but agree that Epiphany itself is not such a nice name. I prefer Philippa or Eponine.
Catalina or Caroline?
Arabella or Aurora?
Isobel or Isolde?
Lucia or Lilia?
Aviva or Vivienne?
Austin or Arden?
Sawyer or Schuyler?
Oscar or Arthur?
Callum or Calvin?
i just found this thread (I kind of knew it existed, but never posted on it before) so I thought I'd say hello. You've probably seen me around NB, anyway. I'm a teenberry from the US...
Jana ---> Jane
September 9th, 2014, 02:45 PM
My top suggestions are Ivy, Anika, and Viviana. Out of those I like Ivy and Xander most. Xander and Anika/Viviana clash, I think. Kaia, while a lovely...
I've been crushing on Roland lately. It's not my style at all, but I like the sound of it. First I thought it seemed old/fusty/dated, but it's really grown on me :) Opinions?
Otto, then Rowan. Both those two are absolutely wonderful. Crew as a name has always seemed odd to me, because I'm a rower and so I think of it as the name of my sport, not of a person.
I've long loved Edmund, and Ned has started to appeal to me in all his old-fashioned, not-quite-vintage cuteness. What do you think of Edmund, nicknamed Ned? (Or Neddy, for a little boy.)
I've always pronounced Antonia as An-TONE-ee-a, but now we're reading My Antonia in class and everyone says An-ton-EE-a, no emphasis on the O. What is the correct way (for an English speaker) to...
Absolutely stunning! :) Congrats to your daughter (and you of course)!
I thought poison right away.
September 4th, 2014, 11:08 PM
What a gorgeous sibset! I love Ivy Edith, it's wonderful :)
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