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I think I prefer Elowen. It is nature themed like Kai and Arlo. To me, because this name is for a girl and not a boy, the elaborateness of it doesn't even factor.
October 17th, 2014, 12:12 PM
I prefer Elowen Aoife Rose. It flows better than Elowen Arrow Eve. I don't like Eve tacked on the end.
Esme is a name that I always liked but recently started to LOVE. It is my #2 girl name now. I think it has a beautiful meaning and a great sound.
We don't have the same style so a few of the names you listed I didn't really like. But I did come up with combos!
Marlena Kate (Marlie)
I view Lauren as a classic name. I am a Lauren and I've met about 4 during my life. I would not lump it with Tiffany, Jennifer, Ashley, etc. Although, it might just depend on where you live.
Love Amara! The only meaning I know is the one listed here on NB.
My future niece-in-law is named Amara. She is sweet, spirited, outgoing little girl.
It did used to say beloved. I remember because I listed it under names I like for their meanings. "Maiden" wouldn't make the list haha, and it had the same meaning as Esme.
September 26th, 2014, 02:15 PM
I think Amila Starr is a great name; it has so much meaning for you.
Definitely go for the Amila spelling.
I really like Amila Starling too. Great name.
September 25th, 2014, 07:55 PM
My fiancé's favourite name for a girl is Maggie. It is a name that I like...I love Maggie Smith. But I'd rather had a dog named Maggie, :D.
I tend to like more outlandish, standout names.
September 23rd, 2014, 07:38 PM
I love Valentina. It such a great name and it works well with Stella. I hate the nickname Tina as well! I love the nn options of Valley and Teeny (I love Now and Then).
If you like Mariana, would...
September 23rd, 2014, 12:47 PM
I've decided I like the idea of my children having middle names that start with the letter A.
September 5th, 2014, 12:53 AM
Read the title of the thread and thought "Ugh that stupid Netflix show."
Besides that, it does come off as a very gloomy name.
I like it is a very chic, sophisticated name. I don't normally like Nina but it pairs really well with Fleur.
I think it is a pretty easy name to pronounce. I picture a suburban girl with blond hair, she is nice and bubbly, maybe plays softball or is a cheerleader haha. I personally wouldn't use it because...
I love Petra Simone! It is very chic and sophisticated. I love Minerva but I don't like it with Petra for some reason. :/
I think it's a great nickname. My all time favourite perfume is Jo Malone and I loved Jo March in little women so I am a bit biased. :) I like it short for Josephine or Josefina.
August 22nd, 2014, 04:07 PM
Annika is my favourite. Annica looks misspelled and I prefer Anina to Annina.
August 17th, 2014, 02:27 AM
I love the band, but when I hear that name all I think of is the band...and Star Wars.
It is a pretty uncommon name. But not out-there crazy. Cute nickname options as well, like Annie or Nora.
I have an Uncle Philip and my brother's middle name is Philip. My mom and grandma saw Philip is a first name and Phillip is a surname. Phillip is the first spot looks strange to me.
I voted for Josephine because I love it. But all of the names are great!
Dahlia Dee (I love alliteration but I lots don't.)
August 4th, 2014, 07:23 PM
Wow, I love Foxglove in the middle spot!
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