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June 9th, 2014, 08:38 PM
I love Willa Juliet and I absolutely adore it with your boys' names!
I really like Luna Camille! Something that automatically came to mind was Luna Arabelle. I think avoiding an 'a' ending with Luna would be best. Some other suggestions-
All of these are so very beautiful! You have great taste and I love all of them. With Mia, I'd try and avoid most 'a' ending names, as its short, and the 'a' is a large part of its sound. Also, any...
Just some 'ith' ending names... trying to avoid repeats
Lovely flow and a beautiful name that will serve your daughter well throughout her whole life!
Evangeline Clare- I love Evangeline (with the 'leen' ending), and it sounds pretty nice when paired with Clare, but the plain 'Clare' spelling doesn't appeal as much as Claire to me, and i think it...
Leonor is a sort of foreign name- leaving off the 'e' gives it a more boyish feel. It seems very bright, and maybe yellowy-orange or light spring green. I'd peg it for a definite spring name- new...
I've redone my list and I'm very happy with it! It's not really out-there, but it's definitely very unique, and I like the flow of each name. I've been wondering though, how do they sound as sibling...
I like the Perry spelling better, as well. Have you considered Perrie?
I love Julie and Julia, but Juleigh is definitely NMS.
June 6th, 2014, 02:22 PM
Just a few possibilities-
Dalili Sofia or Glenda Delphine
June 2nd, 2014, 08:33 AM
I've always loved the alliteration Marjorie May (if you like alliterations). Marjorie is very sweet and country-ish. I really like it! I'd pair it with something short and girly, that doesn't end in...
I automatically said CAR-uh, but if you wanted CARE-uh or CAR-uh, you'd simply have to correct those who said it wrong. Both are pretty common pronunciation.
I'd definitely use Roslyn.
If you're going to do hyphenated names, I'd choose two simple names of similar style, short and not with the same kind of sounds. Some of my favorites out of that list:
May 31st, 2014, 12:43 PM
I love Aveline! Also, I second the suggestion of Evelyn.
I'll try to avoid repeats! Asterisks next to the ones I like best with Faye.
nooshi- Thank you so much! I like Oriole, Oriana, Seraphine, Aphrodite, Persephone, Auberon, Sapphira, Bodhi, Leilani, Lavender, Delphine, Mariposa,Ravenna, Thalassa, Calypso, and especially Lotus!
faithnamer- Thank you for the link! I will check it out. I like India, Luna, and Flora.
oiseau- Yes, exactly. :) Cassiopeia is awesome, but my sister's name is Cassidy.
Any other suggestions?
Lately I've been loving the whole 'nature' vibe and all of the sort of spiritual names I see. I don't mean like, religious names, I mean names that sound very heavenly or otherworldly, like Celeste,...
My old list has gotten a bit boring for me, just the same old thing over and over again. Opinions on my new one? Be honest, I know they're pretty out-there.
Dalili Sofia (da-LI-LI)
I honestly think that it sounds really bad. No offense to anyone who likes it, but... it just doesn't do the trick. What about Kimberly?
I think that Clementine Elvira Rose sounds a little better, but only because I like the shorter middles at the end. I don't like the overlapping 'e's though, so I'd go with Clementine Rose Elvira.
1) When did you start loving/liking names? What age? I was probably about eight when I realized- hey, everyone has a name!
2) Why/How did you start loving/liking names? When I first got interested...
Just some random suggestions that fit your needs:
Damaris or Darian/Darien
Xanthe/Xanthia (ZAN-thee, ZAN-thee-uh)
Theodora or Dorothea
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