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Manny & David
Walter & James
Charlie & Jacob
Ian & Caleb
Simon & Tobias
Theo & Lucas
Thomas & Elliott
Jude & Seth
George & Samuel
Raymond & Nicholas
Ruby Eliza (kept)
Mae Winifred (changed MN)
Lorelei Jane (changed FN)
Cora Laine (swapped)
Verity Gay (initials)
Yes, I would.
Would you name your kid Walter?
Coralie / Cora
Liliana / Lily
July 7th, 2014, 01:10 AM
Those are all so classy!
I have always thought Josephine and Evelyn are beautiful names, so those are my favorites; but really, I like your whole list. I'd never heard of Marin before, but I think...
August 7th, 2013, 01:33 AM
I don't think anyone's suggested Holden yet. It's a literary name, but I don't think it's too pretentious. Plus it sounds a bit like Soren.
To solve the Ben problem...maybe Bennett or Benton.
August 7th, 2013, 01:12 AM
Christina is super popular, but I think dropping the final -a freshens it up. It's also less trendy than Kristen.
Eleanor nn Elle or Ella. Rosette. Gloria. Iris. I also love...
Mary Margaret (could still go by Maggie)
Herman (Henry) Glenn
Thomas (Tommy) John
I don't think there are too many Rs in Margaret Parker. If you...
Not even kidding, two sisters: Happy and Gay.
I just met them last week, but they're both in their late 40s.
Recently that I've liked: Ava & Eleanor (Elle) and Olive & Pearl
Even though they're so common, I'm pleasantly surprised by every Catherine, Elizabeth, or Caroline. Because at least they're not Katharynn, Elysabyth, or Karulyne.
I don't mind creative/unique...
I'm not a huge fan of the name in general, but I actually prefer it on a boy. I think the reason I dislike the name so much is because I don't generally like girl names that end in -o.
I think Solomon is the most obviously usable, but a couple others could definitely work.
Arlo makes me think of Harlow, which is one of my favorites...for girls. But with that spelling, I...
July 28th, 2013, 11:58 PM
Lemon is pretty adorable. It sounds a lot like a situation in which a child couldn't pronounce her full name, so she shortened it and it stuck.
"What's your name?" - "C...Cl....Lemon!!"
July 28th, 2013, 11:44 PM
I adore the name Sylvie, and I think it works perfectly on its own. Plus, using a "nickname" as an actual name means that your daughter won't constantly have to correct people during role call....
I agree with the others who have posted: I don't associate it with male Justins. In fact, I don't think you'd run into any association issues, since it's really just not that common.
Roxanne might be too similar to Vivienne...the other option would be Roxana, but I don't know how "flapper" that is.
Irene doesn't strike me as overtly "flapper," but it was definitely popular in...
July 22nd, 2013, 03:34 AM
I don't think Eva's overused. It is popular, but it's popular for a reason. Plus, I agree with merrybells that Eva and Isaac go together beautifully.
I love the name Iris, and I think it can be...
Jonah is typically male, but I think a feminine middle name could cancel that out and make it cute for a girl. Denali is...
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