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September 22nd, 2014, 04:55 PM
Isla Evangeline and Jasper Theodore are *breathtaking*. Those would make a superb sibset! Ottilie is lovely too, though I'd like it better with Margaret than Margot. sla Evangeline...
September 22nd, 2014, 04:52 PM
In summary: I prefer Arden on a girl, and the only ones here that I find acceptable for both are Charlie & Rory as nicknames, Elliot, Marlowe, and Sage. The rest are boy names to me.
1. Rowan -...
September 22nd, 2014, 04:43 PM
Yep - I'd had Ivy on my list for a long time when my dream mind came up with the combo Ivy Joyeuse. It's high on my list now.
September 22nd, 2014, 04:40 PM
Betsy is very cute, I have it on my list as a nickname for Beatrice/Beatrix.
Marnie is okay, a little dated I think. I could see it as a nickname for Marina, Marianne, maybe even the Margaret...
September 20th, 2014, 03:41 PM
Maple Willa Beatrice & Rowan Elliott Dale
Seren Octavia Pearl & _________
September 20th, 2014, 03:40 PM
Seren Octavia Willow
Hazel Margaret Isobel
Iris Vivienne Harper
Luca Julius Everett
Niilo Caspian Dale
Delilah Maeve -- new MN
Adele Gwendolen -- swapped
Sabine Guinevere -- initials
Coraline Mary -- new FN
Willa Frederica -- kept
Falisha & Fairyn :-/
Ramona nn Romy for a girl!
I like Whitley & Schuyler together, but not the combo Schuyler Kaitlin. If I could put any two together, it would be Aspen Lucia & Greer Dakota. I'd also like Greer & Hazel - Greer Lucia & Hazel...
What do you think about it?
I like it a lot!
At first sight, does it strike you as feminine, masculine or unisex?
Masculine, definitely - wouldn't think of it for a girl, though I like Gale for...
I think the two-syllable names you have listed do sound awkward. But a longer name would be fine, for example Calliope Shelley. But then again, Mary Shelley and Percy Shelley were both famous...
I would use whatever I wanted, and if that was to honor one side and not the other, that would be my choice and not for family to get upset over. Use what you like, honor your grandpa if it's...
Lucy, of course! Tessa or Liza would work well too.
Either! I know it's mostly used on girls, but I love Teagan for a boy. I've known ones of both genders and it's one of the most truly unisex names to me.
July 6th, 2014, 11:39 AM
I don't see that as a problem. I know a sibsets of Ezra/Clara/Eva and Jonah/Stella, and they've never struck me as odd.
I have Ezra and Luca on my list too. My favorite sister names for Luca are...
July 6th, 2014, 11:37 AM
Vivian - I would use Vivianne/Vianne or Valentine
Israel - Ezra for a boy, Isobel or Isolde for a girl
Harriett Jane - Harris/Harrison for a boy, Hattie for a girl
Earl - Pearl :)
June 8th, 2014, 03:44 AM
DH: David Rhett Redford (42)
DW: Delia Lillian Redford (37)
DS: Caspian Hollis Redford (23)
DD: Saoirse Daisy Redford (18)
DD: Callista Seren Redford (17)
DS: Julius Koren Redford (15)
June 7th, 2014, 08:41 PM
June 2nd, 2014, 01:58 AM
Haha, OP has many of my favorites there - Juniper, Pearl, Lark, Wren, Everett...
My big one is Linnea, sounds like it should be right up my ally and it would honor both of my parents, but I can't...
Amalia -- this is really different from Amelia to me, and I like it much better!
Anna -- classic, lovely
Elodie -- one of my favorite "El-" names, it's still fresh and offbeat
May 12th, 2014, 03:10 PM
DH: Simon Lee
DW: Mira Joy
DS: Nico Matias
DS: Roman Lee
DS: Beckett Zion
DD/DS: Maeve Georgia / Sebastian Hugo
DD: Lilian Estelle
Simon and Mira, with Nico, Roman, Beckett, Maeve,...
DH: William Seth
DW: Anna-Marie Addison
DS: Henry Alexander Nigel
DS: Silas Benjamin Rex
DD: Meredith Lily Olivia
DD: Josephine Mary Quinn
DD: Isabelle Jillian Zola
I like this best of the options, but the repeating "ia" sound irks me a little. I like the sound of Aria Natalie, but the styles are mismatched to me. What about Aria Madeline or Aria...
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