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With Walter and Astrid I immediately think of the TV show Fringe, though they go well together; Poppy seems like an outlier, and I like it much better in the middle.
I quite like the combinations of...
Ezra Thomas Macy
Tobias Joseph Macy
Joseph Levi Macy
August 11th, 2014, 03:34 PM
Sophia — lovely name, lovely meaning, lovely namesakes
Emma — I really love it, and it reminds me of Jane Austen's heroine
Isabella — a nice enough name, it's elegant; I love Isadora and...
I love Miriam and Sarah best, but I have a soft spot for Elizabeth, and I think Hannah Miriam Re@d sounds lovely. I think Miriam works in the middle for any of your choices—I love Sarah Miriam, or...
2. I love the name. I think it's charming and rare, but not unfamiliar--it really hits that sweet spot for me, especially since I see it in old books so often.
3. Nah, not to worry....
Maeve Emilia would be my choice.
Hm, mayhaps Sylvie, Cecily, Verity, Emilia. Or move Claire to the beginning and go with Clara.
I prefer the flow of Margot Eliza, but Margot Elspeth is very pretty.
Sylvie Araminta — love Sylvie, never have liked Araminta
Isabel Magnolia — quite lovely
Adeline Lilou — I don't quite get Lilou, and it's a lot of L's together
Beatrice Pearl — my favorite
Beatrix Lily and Stella Thisbe stand out to me as being just excellent, literary choices.
My favorite literary names include Julia, Elinor, and Anne. Julia Thisbe would be pretty cute.
Since you love Susanna, and Annie makes sense as a nickname from that, I'd go with Susanna. Susanna Joy is a pretty perfect name, I have to admit.
If I were naming her, she'd be Anne. There are so...
July 14th, 2014, 07:36 PM
I adore Rosemary and Irene together. I think they go nicely with Clara. That's my favorite set.
My favorite single name of yours is Rosalind.
Camille and Genevieve seem just-right together,...
Another vote for Xenia Iris.
May 28th, 2014, 06:18 PM
I love Junia! It's so charming with Beatrice, and with Sylvie.
I'm charmed by Ellinor Greta, though the flow of Ellinor Simone is very lovely.
Why did you choose Ellinor instead of Elinor? I prefer the one-L, like in a favorite Jane Austen book.
March 30th, 2014, 10:38 PM
Beth, Elle, and Bea are my favorites.
February 11th, 2014, 09:19 PM
It doesn't bother me.
February 10th, 2014, 11:09 PM
Paul & Anne
Anne & Mary Rose
Paul & Nicholas
February 7th, 2014, 05:01 PM
You could always throw in another name, something like Gloria Elizabeth Lila. Penelope Lila is a very nice combo, but I've got a soft spot for Gloria, and it's more surprising.
February 5th, 2014, 09:25 PM
Today...Anne Columbine Ilaria.
I haven't! I need to...I loved Little White Horse, though nothing compares to City of Bells.
I like Glenna. I went to school with one, she was lovely! It seems like a name for a bright, grounded, warm girl. It could be paired with something simple or fancy, but I like it best next to...
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