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Madeira reminds me of cake :)
Besides the fact that I've loved Astrid ever since reading 'White Oleander', Asta looks a bit wrong to me, likes it's misspelled. Aster (like the flower) or Astra are also nice...
Love Maple, it's really cute!
It's close enough to Mabel to be wearable, although people may think that's her name at first. But I could see a lot of people saying what a cool name it is. Or...
Absalom - would be very hard to wear as a first
Thorin - both this and Theron are pretty cool
Raphael - not too corny, and nicknames Rafe or Raffe (pron Raf-feh) makes it less grand and easier to...
My favourite is Jasper Zion Wolf, but I think it's mainly because I like the Zion Wolf combination for the middle names. It would work with quite a few of your first name picks:
Jago Zion Wolf...
January 10th, 2015, 08:16 AM
Depends what sound you want, as all 3 could potentially be pronounced slightly differently. E.g.
Larisa - la-REE-sa
Larissa - la-RIS-sa
Laurissa - law-RIS-sa
Personally I prefer Laurissa,...
January 10th, 2015, 08:07 AM
I think a couple of others have touched on a possible cause for your confusion - you seem to have two different styles of names on your list, feminine and unisex. Maybe you want a name that combines...
January 8th, 2015, 07:03 AM
Paisley, Penryn and Paloma, with Petra as the bonus
January 7th, 2015, 03:46 AM
I was going to say Spring, Bright, Lux or Bliss as a middle name, but then read you want something more traditional.
How about Lorelei Fleur? I also second the suggestions of Lorelei Rue and...
I quite like Tansy, I think it's a really sweet name. Love it with Jed too.
It makes me think of the character from 'Hart of Dixie', so has kind of a down to earth, kind, optimistic, southern,...
My immediate thought was Xyla - similar sounds to Zelda crossed with Lyra. It's a variant of the Greek name Xylia, and means 'woodland', so unique but not made up :)
Since Juno's initials spell JOYS, are you looking for another combination with positive initials? Maybe that could help narrow down names for you.
Kirrily Ivy Saskia (KISS)
I really like Eamonn.
I'd go for Eamonn Connor over Eamonn Rourke. Eamonn Connor feels a bit more contemporary, whereas Eamonn Rourke feels a bit old man and almost like trying too hard to have...
Penryn. Just can't get it out of my head.
There was a contestant named Lysandra on a reality show here in Australia, and this is how she pronounced her name too.
December 24th, 2014, 08:29 AM
From your list, I'd pair Hadley or Posey with Archer.
Have you considered:
Exactly what I was thinking.
December 24th, 2014, 08:14 AM
I like the idea of Love as a middle name, but not super keen on the combination of Freya Love for some reason.
I second the suggestion of Freya Lux or Freya Lark. Freya Laurel would also be pretty.
December 24th, 2014, 08:09 AM
Juniper (hence my username :) )
I like it - it's slightly offbeat, not too theme-y and has a good flow. It's my favourite of the five you listed.
December 8th, 2014, 05:44 AM
My cycles were regular when I was still on birth control, but once I stopped taking it almost three years ago they've been all over the place. Sometimes one month, more often two, occasionally three....
December 8th, 2014, 05:16 AM
Get a second opinion. If for no other reason than you want a Doctor that you are 100% comfortable with as you will be with them for a while, and this experience has already put you on the back foot....
December 8th, 2014, 04:48 AM
Aoife. Love the sound but so many people would struggle to say it just by reading it, and I'm not keen on how the "aoi" looks
October 3rd, 2014, 07:42 AM
Totally agree with Toby and Bo!
It makes me think of the main character from the old show Sliders, where Quinn (full name Quinn Mallory) was played by Jerry O'Connell. So I definitely have no problems with Quinn on a boy.
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