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Last syllable is what I prefer.
Some true examples I have are:
Aria & Victoria/Vittoria
Olivia & Victoria/Vittoria
I'm really not a fan of gender-benders.
Especially when it will cause considerable confusion and grief for the wearer. It's really unnecessary in my eyes.
Rose is so atypically feminine, and I...
For a girl: Audrey, Owen, and Hazel
For a boy: Audrey, Owen, and Elliot or Ezra
I do like that suggestion as well. Thank you!
It's for myself, Malika was my first name, but I'm switching it with my middle name (the coral name in my signature) so Malika will be in the middle, but I find the combination awkward and dull, so I...
I am utterly in love with Ashley Malika Rose. Like head over heels in love.
Unfortunately I can't use it in this case, but it's on my favourites list now.
Audra Rose is lovely.
I want to do a double middle name with Malika as the first middle or second middle. Malika has a lot of sentiment, and personal reasoning for being chosen. I'm not looking for Arabic names persay,...
Noel for a girl is one of my favourites, however it's the issue of spelling that's tripping me up.
Noel I know is typical for a boy, and Noelle for a girl. However, I prefer the spelling Noel but...
One thing I prefer in honoring family, is to use something more subtle than just a first name. Such as the family embers middle name, or perhaps ask them what their favourite name is and using that...
November 27th, 2014, 04:18 PM
I like the idea of Lexi with a longer middle name, such as Elisabeth, Charlotte, Georgia, Gabriella, Genevieve, Geneva.
Or something calm and sincere like, Grace.
Lexi is such a short, edgy,...
Eden, River and Sage is my favourite so far.
Your name: Charlotte Diana
His name: Harry Edward Styles
Daughter - Liv Aurora
Son - Jasper Dane
October 24th, 2014, 09:33 PM
I only like April or Lane.
October 7th, 2014, 05:34 PM
Isaac for certain! Eden and Isaac sound lovely.
Paris Noelle is lovely, I'm more partial to Paris Noel though.
Which spelling do you prefer, and what are your thoughts on the name in general? Would you use it, if so what nicknames do you like? Sibling sets in mind? Etc.
I've always been fond of the name,...
September 14th, 2014, 11:17 PM
Laurel is my middle name, but I've started going by it as a first. And thank you :)
I work in a name-exchange retail environment, and I've encountered an issue with the pronunciation of my name Laurel.
I know it's "lar-rill" but I tend to say "Low-rell" like Michelle, due to...
Which do you prefer, and why?
Classic Victoria or the Italian Vittoria.
Vittoria seems to be my preference, I like the calmer yet slightly exotic sound to it.
Serafina is perfect actually! Thank you.
Oh, I adore the name Geneva. Especially with that surname.
I always picture blondes when I hear the name Geneva.
The word ardent, meaning "fiery, hot; zealous; shining, glowing: passionate" etc, is a favourite of mine.
I'm gathering words that either literally mean this, or represent it in some way.
Both are exclusively male in my eyes.
I think I'd prefer Kingston.
I have a big thing for loyalty, and I really love the sound of the word Loyal as well.
I'm not keen on it as a first name, and I'm not sure if it would work on a girl.
Perhaps as a middle...
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