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I don't usually frequent the "everything but names" section, but I wanted to poke my head into this thread!
I just wanted to say I really loved your response to those questions. It's very well...
September 11th, 2015, 06:52 PM
Can you guys suggest some longer unusual names that have the possibility of short cute/quirky nicknames?
So far on my list I have:
I think Bodhi fits so well with Enya!
I'm going to be on the more extreme end and say that I don't want it to be in the top 1000 for the SSA list. I do like many names in the top 1000, but I wouldn't use them as first names.
Welcome to Nameberry!
Do you have any questions we might be able to help answer?
What are your thoughts on Callidora Moon?
Is Moon way too out there for a middle name? This combo just feels so whimsical and breathtaking to me and I am falling hard! After so long with not...
That's awful. I am so sorry they are being so mean!
I agree with the above poster, have your husband talk to them about keeping their mouths shut. It is YOUR baby!
I honestly don't think I...
I know it's more popular for girls, but I really prefer it for a boy. It's my (male) fiancé's name, so I'm only a little biased. ;)
What names do you think would fit in the wizarding world? I'm not really talking about names like Harry or Ron, but the more quirky ones. And not ones that are already used in the books, but ones...
July 27th, 2015, 11:33 PM
I tend to like quite a few 'out there' names! I just meant I don't love names that are common or popular. :)
Thanks for your suggestions!
I voted! My personal favorite is Olivia Hattie. Very sweet!
July 27th, 2015, 10:33 PM
I have this problem where I keep coming up with double middle names I love, but no first names for them. Anyone want to come up for some first names for these middle names?
_____ Hermione Bay...
What names do you think fall into the catergory of short, sweet, and unusual (by US standards)?
I tend to really love longer names in the middle name slot, and since our surname is long, I'd like...
Pagan is such an umbrella term! There are many different kinds of pagans.
I'm a panthiest pagan. And even then, it's more of vague feelings and a general idea as to what I actually believe. But...
Neve (the Irish spelling is Niamh) means "bright", not snow. And Solveig means "sun" and "strength". Solveig is my middle name, and I adore it.
Emrys. It's been my absolute favorite for about 6-7 years, and I cannot imagine myself not actually naming my son Emrys. Sometimes I wish I was able to leave it behind, because it doesn't really fit...
Mine are Ella, Jane, Frida, and Norma.
I prefer some of my great-grandmothers' names, which are: Alvilde, Emma, and Elen
Poll: This is hilarious lol
This is hilarious lol
Avatar is one of my all time favorite shows, but this would be way over the top!
March 22nd, 2015, 02:50 AM
March 21st, 2015, 02:30 AM
Fiammetta (though I'd spell it with one m, surname is very long!)
Cressida (I've always liked it, but it's long and I can't think of a nickname?)
March 18th, 2015, 09:57 PM
Athena, Avalon, Ariadne, Calanthe, Capucine, Cordelia, Cosima, Cressida, Evadne, Eulalia, Fleur, Freyja, Frederica, Georgiana, Isidora Isabeau, Juniper, Lucia, Lotus, Liv, Magnolia,...
March 17th, 2015, 01:36 AM
I like these (* = like a lot)
Illyria*, Gwyneira*, Thalassa*, Ondine*, Rowena, Faustine, Severine, Melusina, Vespertine, Nimue*, Vesta, Araminta, Thessaly, Thisbe, Juno, Persephone, Clio...
Liv Everly and Liv Waverly are both sweet combos, but it's a bit too V heavy for me personally! But I don't think it's a problem. :)
My first thought was Liv Gardenia which I didn't see mentioned!...
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