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September 25th, 2015, 04:44 PM
I actually like the mn Erin. Maybe a variant spelling would reconnect you with it? I'd suggest: Aeryn, or Ayrenne.
If you would like a completely clean slate, with a nod to resilience, strength,...
Aria Elisabeth is my favourite from the list.
I'll offer a few more suggestions:
Personally, I like Alban.
It reminds me of some similar names that are a bit rare, but have an old-fashioned ring to them: Alden, Elden, Abram, Edgar, Alger.
Oliver Ephraim took the words, er, the name, right out of my mouth!
We must be on the same wavelength, because Ephraim was the first name that popped into my head before I...
September 21st, 2015, 06:19 PM
Holt is a decent one-syllable name, and not overly trendy.
September 21st, 2015, 06:12 PM
Leo sounds great to me as it is. Leandro would be my pick for a longer, formal version if you use one.
Absalom seems difficult to pronounce to me. A bit of a tongue twister.
Two middles aren't too much. The syllable count in Freya Eleanor Jane M----- isn't too much IMO. I like the flow, each name is a different number of syllables, so it sounds fine to my ears.
September 20th, 2015, 03:47 PM
These are wonderful names! Love them all. You'll have a tough time picking just one.
I love Odelina, actually. Also Nerissa.
Avery and Brooklyn
But if you'd like to ponder some other possibilities, maybe:
Avery and Teagan
Avery and Mara
Avery and Karina
Avery and Ivonne
Avery and Davina
Avery and Darian
I don't think they're too close... if you're looking for something similar, but not so close to Owen, there are a lot of beautiful Welsh names:
September 20th, 2015, 03:21 PM
Camilla Olivia sounds beautiful to me.
Some suggestions that might also go well with Charlotte Ivy:
Similar to Lynette:
Lynn (in the past, it wasn't unheard of for this to be used as a man's name)
Lyndon, Linden, Lindon
September 20th, 2015, 02:46 PM
Samuel Pierce Collins
Dean Shepard Collins (I love Shepard!)
Benjamin Shepard Collins
Benjamin Dean Collins
I adore Rosalie. It has a nice musical flow, and it has such pretty associations... I'd give it a simple mn, probably a one-syllable middle:
September 5th, 2015, 07:55 PM
Finnian (Finn for a nn)
...and a couple of favourites that are more traditional: James or Matthew.
I really like both, but I'd pick Oliver first. Oscar is a grand old Victorian-style name, maybe too old-fashioned, though, for my taste.
Is Meadow too "eclectic"? It also makes me think of other obvious nature-themed names... Spring, Summer, Daisy, Primrose, Eden, Skye...
Maybe some less eclectic suggestions would be Brooke, Rose,...
September 5th, 2015, 07:32 PM
Charlene, Chantal, maybe Christabel or Christianne, have a similar sound or origin.
If it's something classic and maybe a bit vintage that you're thinking of, I'll suggest these:
Auden Rose is my favourite, for the same reasons given in the previous post.
Lots of excellent suggestions so far.
Is Omar to matchy?
Some other suggestions:
Warren (an alternative to Wallace?)
September 2nd, 2015, 03:01 PM
I prefer Frederick too. If you went with a different spelling, say Frédéric, the accents would be used for the spelling to be technically correct...
Leonardo or Rocco are my favourites. Some other Italian favourites would be:
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