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I was going to suggest Flora, Clara and Cecilia when I read the title :)
I don't think Clara is headed for the Top 10 anytime in the future (it's never been in it since 120 years back) and it...
Yesterday, 02:46 PM
I don't think my boys name list differs that much from my girls, however, it changes less- names that made it on the list usually stay there for years. I'm not sure if issues with popularity change...
I think Rose Charlotte is gorgeous but I also like that Rose has the potential of a middle ending in -a, however, Rose Olivia runs into each other very much making it sound like Rosolivia.
The only one I really like from the remaining list with Caspar and Felix is Atticus.
I don't find Rufus, Otto or Rocco to fit in nicely. Quentin and Linus would be nice, especially the latter would...
Isis Blakely - Isis is unusable right now but generally a pretty name, Blakely is not for me
Willow Evangeline - beautiful combo
Gwen Laurel - I'm not a huge fan of either but the combo flows well...
October 18th, 2014, 04:15 PM
Elodie Jude - Elodie is lovely (though I prefer Eloise) but Jude on a girl is not for me
Quinn Lenora - Quinn I'm neutral about, it doesn't appeal to me much but it's not a bad name, I prefer...
1. Would you choose a name from one culture, both, or none?
I think I'd choose a name that exists in both languages even if as parents you would only use one pronunciation.
I wouldn't mind if the...
Felix and Caspar are both sooo lovely. I have Elliott Caspar Frederick nn Otti or Elliott and Caspar (as brothers) on my short list, so I think they go together quite well.
I like Eve but it doesn't excite me when I hear it on someone. I don't think it's too short but I think I still prefer it as a nickname for Genevieve.
I prefer Henry Julien! I like -tt names (Elliott, Bennett, Beckett, etc.) but Everett just reminds me of (Mount) Everest.
I also think that Henry goes a tad better with Samuel than Everett.
I adore Rose as a first name and would most likely use it if I could, especially since it also comes with the sweet nn of Rosie.
Daisy is sweet but since it's not being used where I live it only...
October 18th, 2014, 09:23 AM
Myrna Beatrix - Beatrix is lovely and I prefer her over Beatrice but Myrna is just not my cup of tea
Nora Blythe - Nora is gorgeous, Blythe is not my style
Virginia Sigrid "Ginny" - Neither...
I like Annie, especially since you don't have to wonder if the name is too cute.
Dean, Sam and Castiel (from your earlier post) would certainly make an interesting sibset ;)
I think if Sam would go by just Sam anyway, I might choose that over a longer name, especially if you...
My favourite names?
I'm not sure where or when I heard Ophelia for the first time but I think it might have even been while watching Pan's Labyrinth, the movie that made me fall in love with the...
1) I'd pronounce it Bar-thell-e-mee. (Barthélemy I'd pronounce Bar-te-le-mee, so no short L.)
2) I do think it's usable but I would put it in the middle spot as well.
3) Yes, I think it's...
October 16th, 2014, 03:59 PM
Your boys name style is absolutely fantastic!
I love Theo, Jasper & Atticus and really like Jude, Ezra, Asa, Leon, Archer & Flynn.
Viggo and River I sort of like and the rest is just not my cup of...
October 16th, 2014, 02:22 PM
I'm not too familiar with names like that but I do know of Nuria (noo-ree-a).
October 16th, 2014, 10:01 AM
Ottilie - lovely, I think O- names usually sound very grand and classic, Ottilie is no exception
Colette - not a huge fan as I tend to like names that include a more open/light sound (a/ee /etc.)...
October 16th, 2014, 05:21 AM
Not a big fan of Evan on a girl. I think the actress doesn't help much either as you always say her full name and not not just Evan Wood, which when I hear that I'd assume it was an actor.
I actually think that when paired with more normal names Castiel looses a bit of it's pop culture reference and makes it sound more like a cross between Caspar and Gabriel, which I prefer for a name...
I like Zara, I do associate it with the clothing store but that's not bad.
Zara Annabelle Lucy
Zara Gwendolyn Emma
Zara Vivienne Alice / Zara June Vivienne
they don't really sound good to me...
October 15th, 2014, 09:48 PM
Olympia reminds me a bit too much of the Olympics but I do like O- names ending in -ia as I find them to sound very grand (Ophelia, Octavia, etc.). I really like Pia as a nn but Lily would also work!...
Carlo Frederick is fantastic and perfect with Victor as a brother.
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