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My parents had a pattern with names...the 1st child would be AB, the 2nd would be BC, and so on.
My sisters and I are:
July 20th, 2013, 06:43 PM
Bettina is another option but I like Betty and Elizabeth :)
June 28th, 2013, 08:21 PM
FIANNA is an Irish name meaning "fair". I always loved it and think Fianna "Fia" is sooo cute <3 and works well on a child and adut.
June 28th, 2013, 08:10 PM
I was think Clementina Jade that way you can call her Emma as a nickname therefore Dh gets his name and you get a close variation of yours.
*Fictional Princess names*
*Good girl names*
April 17th, 2013, 08:44 PM
Does Corinne have a middle name set yet? I was thinking that something like Corinne Amanda or Corinne May would be a good way to help get to Cora because:
April 17th, 2013, 08:40 PM
Ruby and Violet
Sophie and Elena
Felicity and Beatrix
Hannah and Jenna
February 17th, 2013, 09:30 PM
Corbin-I like the nickname Cory :)
Dante-reminds me of The Divine Comedy
Enzo-maybe Lorenzo with nn Enzo
Grayson-Like it but too trendy maybe
Hey, I was just wondering if anyone knows of any girl names which have to do with remembrance, memory, looking back the past, reflection, etc. I really appreciate it, Thanks :)
Beautiful name but waaayyyy too close to Noah
I like Bix because its short and cool compared to the long and elegant (and very beautiful) Beatrice :) I like Beatrice Jennifer but due to bad initials I wouldn't use it (does Dh live any other...
November 18th, 2012, 01:02 AM
Rachel doesn't seem dated because while it was more popular in the 90's (especially with Friends) it's still used a lot in religious families (I'm not Jewish but almost Jewish person i know is either...
I read an article which was about an unfortunately deceased man with the surname Beasley and right now I'm watching an interview with Rachel Maddow and well I just want to know, do you berries enjoy...
Like most Berries, tryndee names=ICK! BUT I was wondering, are there any tryndee names you would use if they weren't considered Tryndee? Personally I like the sound of Shylee but would never consider...
Ambrose Carraway Fallon with the nn Bro :) I mean, what boy wouldn't love to be called Bro? It's actually a cool term to use now :D
I think since Brynn isn't SUPER feminine (and thats not to say thats bad-I actually adore brynn on a girl) then a sister shouldn't have an overly feminine name BUT her middle name should match...
October 22nd, 2012, 01:02 AM
Thanks for the answers <3 And I can see it both ways. On one hand, giving a child 2 middle names makes him/her stand out over siblings and that's not right, yet again if you wanted to name your...
October 21st, 2012, 04:21 AM
Alfred Louis (I like the idea of siblings named Alfie and Ollie)
Edwin Levi (Eddy, Win)
October 21st, 2012, 04:08 AM
Hi Berries! I've noticed that sometimes parents give one child an extra middle name. Some famous examples are the Affleck's lovley named children Violet Anne, Seraphina Rose Elizabeth, and Samuel...
1. French name? Roux
2. Irish? (Bonus: how do you feel about Gaelic spellings?) Riona and Gaelic spellings are better!
3. Name from a TV show? (from which show?) Samantha Bee (Daily Show)
Have you guys ever came up with names when you were little and then questioned as an adult? I found an old notebook from 1st grade and I wrote a three sentence story about a "daddy" name Jay and a...
September 23rd, 2012, 07:58 PM
1. Lucy Grace
2. For g/g twins then Bahati and Fayola "Fay" which both mean "Luck". For b/g twins then Mosi and Zola. For b/b twins Hakim and Malik
3. Stella Maris
4. Fia or Fianna with...
Name him Johnathan and call him John as a nickname? Or maybe name him John-Gilbert because if it's hyphenated people will see his name as John-Gilbert McCain and not just John McCain. (Kind of like...
Adam, Bethany, Jordan, Sarah
Rebecca, Rachel, Ruth, & Robert
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