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February 26th, 2015, 09:45 AM
I struggle with this. I love love love the name Hermione, but I'm not a Harry Potter fan and it would get pretty awkward, because I'm of the age group where everyone loves HP, and it sounds silly...
I ageee with the PP; Klytie relies heavily on the T sound, which Kalliope is lacking, you'd definitely need a T heavy name in the middle spot, such as Temperance, Tate, Tyr, or Tali.
I like it, it's nice, but a bit too cutesy for my tastes. I've heard it as a nickname for Cassandra before, which was nice :)
Thirding the suggestion of Esau James!
February 3rd, 2015, 10:34 AM
A girl would be Fable Selene.
A boy, Caspian Sol.
February 3rd, 2015, 09:33 AM
I do love Avalon, the sound as well as the mythology connection.
I really like it, though I definitely prefer it in the middle spot. But I think that's more due to its length than the fact that it's not suitable for the first name spot, I just prefer longer names...
I'm from England and I would say tay-gan. I lived in Wales a coupla years back and knew plenty of Welsh girls who pronounced it tay-gun. So I guess it's subjective?
October 4th, 2014, 03:25 PM
Pietro, Viola, Luca, Isabelle, and Gabrielle.
Very typical of Italy, ha!
August 20th, 2014, 08:13 AM
Hermione and Elsa for sure! :(
And Beatrice nicknamed Tris, grr :(
My sister is just Charlie, no long form, and she likes her name just fine :)
I'm having a hard time settling on a name that feels right with both Fable Grace and Iris Claire. Any suggestions berries? :)
I don't know why everyone seems fixated on the fact that Fable means 'lie'... It doesn't; it means story with a moral, a lesson learned - a tale of guidance and growth. The baby won't be named Work...
I like Snow, it's pretty. If kids can be called Rose, then kids can be called Snow :)
However, you might not be aware that Snow is the name of a (male!) character from the Final Fantasy series.
October 18th, 2012, 07:53 PM
I've heard the name Vrinda quite a lot here in the UK, it's pretty
I've tried everything I can think of, and nothing seems to sit right with Olive :( so, I thought I would come to the berries for help.
I like classic strong names, and also nature names.
I'm from the UK, and yup it's 'nile' although more distinguished like 'ni-al' not one syllable. It's an Irish name so it's quite common over there but not so much over here on the mainland.
No, I don't think so.
My friend named her son Edward a little over a year ago, and now I associate the name with him and not sparkly vampires. Any little Edward will make the name his own :D
It's great isn't it? It's the short form of Temperance but often stands alone because of the place name (in Florida, I think). As a virtue name I think it's a fresh alternative to Hope or Faith :)
July 14th, 2012, 06:55 PM
Antigone. Or basically any ancient greek name like that, not because I'm worried about naming my child something ~weird, but because what if she doesn't share my love of history? What if she wants to...
I love your choice of Callisto! It's my niece's name, but most people call her Callie.
Also love with your Cora:
I can't decide which combo I prefer -
Iris Valentine & Juno Ashbet OR
Iris Ashbet & Juno Valentine.
& I'd be interested in alt. middle names if you have any that you think...
I adore Tesla Mae out of your names.
Nora Susan flows nicely as well :)
I love Whit for William, but I could be a bit of a stretch. A friend of mine has a little boy called William Thomas who goes by Whit.
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