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I agree with many others that Huck Hudson is a difficult combo.HoweverI do really like Hugo Hudson, Graham Hudson, Gilbert Hudson, and Arthur Hudson!
October 12th, 2014, 11:03 PM
I am not a fan of these two names as a combo, the flow and feel is off to me. However, I really like the suggestions of Harlan Frederick and Harlan Felix! They have better balance and energy as...
From reading those on your list and knowing your daughters', names Louisa Colette really stands above the rest!
I prefer Sylvie over Tessa although the flow is not as good for Sylvie with Elizabeth. It is sort of a toss up as to whether Sylvia or Sylvie works better (since they are both vowels at the end...
October 12th, 2014, 10:45 PM
I prefer Elysia Rose as the combination is sweet but it does not feel as common as the others.
They are all quite nice but after reading your post it seems Gwyneth Elise is perfect! I hope your hubby agrees ;-)
I love Beatrix (it is at the top of my girls list too) but find Trixie unappealing and kind of stripper-ish. However I don't think the potential nickname ruins the name at all.
October 12th, 2014, 10:06 PM
I do think Alice is getting more common although look at the popularity chart to see how quickly it is ascending to give you a better idea. Also check how it is doing in your state on the ssa...
October 12th, 2014, 05:02 PM
Here are some ideas based on your list:
Althea - Anthea, Thalia/Talia, Amaya
Athena - Amelie, Acacia, Alcina
Willow / Willa - Aster, Aveline, Eartha,
Lake - Azure, Lark, Larisa,
Cora - Beryl,...
Winter Amelie Kate is gorgeous! Fresh and balanced, sophisticated and sweet all in one!
I like all except Imogene. I think the combos work well with masculine middles as long as the last name is more than one syllable, otherwise the full name is too brief.
October 9th, 2014, 11:09 PM
You have beautiful names here but Maeve Clementine stands out for the balance of consonants vs. vowels and length. Best Wishes!
I agree with the previous post that Hannah sounds much better than Alice with your last name. Hannah and Samuel sound nice together. Only people well versed in the bible would make the connection.
I love your boys names. A girl to go with Arthur and Isaac...
October 4th, 2014, 03:25 PM
October 4th, 2014, 02:54 PM
Sage is so darling. Immediately, Fern came to mind. I like how it is short and naturey and the sounds are all different but of similar weight, very complimentary. Faye seems a little light to me.
What about Audrey Delphine? The flow seems a bit better and the sounds less similar with the shorter middle and softer ending.
Some more ideas for you:
Audrey Liliane (lily-ann)
I like Anna Maeve or Anna Gwendolyn!
I agree with nameberry on this name "too close to violent".
This is my favorite as well! Good luck!
Margot is one of my favorites! I prefer the -ot ending.
The sound of Margot Pinot does run together. When you say it quickly it is hard to distinguish the first name from the last name. If your...
How disappointing! And what an odd coincidence... Here are some ideas for you please let me know if anything appeals...
I like Maura Eleanor! I like India too but I can see how it might be a hard name to wear. Seraphina is pretty but quite elaborate.
I don't know how they work in Swedish but some alternative...
I like all the names on your list and most of them are on mine! For Abe I prefer Abram as a full name. Louis & Malcolm are probably my top picks to go with Charles.
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