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Thoughts on both- which do you prefer.
My friend named her daughter Mia Myrt1e after her grandma Myrtle. If the baby was a boy he would of been named after her Grandfather.
Briony- Bry(like Brian)-on-nee
I'm originally from (southern) England and now is...
You could always use Lena as a nn for Valentina
I love all your name choices- you have a wonderful taste. I like Elodie the best though if that helps :)
I haven't paired up all my names, but I have a top 5 for firstnames and top for the middle spot
Middles: (all have personal connections)
Lovely sibest, I love Orwell being used as a name. Strange for the boys to have such literature based names and not know about it, oh well still nice to see these names being used :)
my name is Tara though I pronounce it Tar-ruh. I think Terra is a lovely name, this spelling makes more sense to me that Tara- pronounce Ter-ra, Terre sounds like tear to me, as in to tear a piece of...
I've only had my first name misspelled once in 22 years, it was when I was in primary school and was a christmas card spelling me name Tarragh. I'm glad my first name and middle name have common...
I know a Rona who has always had her name mispelled as Rhona. I would say Rhona because of that.
July 26th, 2014, 08:31 AM
Thank you for posting, always good to know whats popular in the state :) I'm surprised to see Mackenzie pop up so many times.
Love Eliza Poppy, Copeland Joseph, Theodore Thomas.
thank you everyone, really loving the suggestions of Opal, Nova, Lark, Oona, Greta and Twila
Anouk, Lumina, Lumi, Clementine, Zelda, Starla, Dune, Minka have also caught me eye also :)
I know a Bessie, Libby and a Ibby/Ibs
I've been looking though my list of names for the girls and Esther, Clover and Luna are the only ones that I still like, the others feeling lack luster and having lost whatever it is that made me...
Dear Rosemary- Foo Fighters
Iris- Goo Goo Dolls
Ruby- Kaiser Chiefs
Grace Kelly- Mika
Hey There Delilah- Plain White Tee's
I grew up as one of three Tara's in Secondary School- when we were born our names where in the top 200 (not 100) and we were all friends and even sat at the same lunch table. Yes I was referred to as...
July 24th, 2014, 06:36 AM
I have only met one Isla who is around 5yo, for me living in Australia it's Charlotte, Amelia and Matilda. All lovely names, just know far too many children named this now.
Can I just say I love both your choices, I voted Ramona because I love the name just that much more than Veronica. Either way your daughter will have a lovely name :)
I think Sophia/Isobel/Isabella/Amelia are beautiful names too, I don't think common names are a bad think. They are popular because they are lovely names, I'd rather name my child a name I loved then...
July 22nd, 2014, 07:09 PM
The old Bill is slang for the police in the UK, Bill reminds me so much of the police drama The Bill. Great show that is now cancelled, other than that my friend has a baby brother named Billy. It's...
From my side T!a Debb!e Sue, her middles are after her grandmothers.
From my bf's side Ch@rlotte Ol!via Lee, her middles are after her dad.
July 22nd, 2014, 03:03 AM
Elton is an interesting name, it's almost as unheard of an Elvis and has the connection with Elton John. But unlike Elvis it takes me a while to make the link, I like the suggestions of Axel and...
July 21st, 2014, 09:36 PM
Alvin is his best friends name lol, but he has suggested Abel before so that most likely will be a compromise.
He probably would like a name with rock n roll swagger, I'm just hoping he likes...
July 21st, 2014, 06:57 AM
I'm not a really big Elvis fan and wouldn't want to be labelled as one either, thanks Nooshi for your list their are some awesome names that are defiantly my style. Loving Almadeo, Alto, Ephraim,...
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