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I like Sutton. Auden sounds too feminine in my opinion.
Is this spelling too complicated? I prefer Skyler
Is it too girly? Yes
Do you like it better on its own, or as a nn for Maximilian? On its own
Is it too weird? No...
1. Rosalind Joanna Meave
2. Natalie Amabel Wren
3. Madeline (ends on -line sound) Eva Louise
4. Natalie Vivienne Blair
(GP) 5. Salomé Diana Eve (Salomé = sa-lo-may)
Is Cicely pronounced like Sicily?
Adelaide is definitely my favorite. The rest aren't really my style. I'm not a fan of the K spellings.
July 11th, 2014, 10:23 AM
June 28th, 2014, 06:04 PM
I'm not expecting but I'm curious. If you go to the hospital with two names and are expecting twins of the same gender how do you decide which baby gets which name?
June 24th, 2014, 07:45 PM
I prefer the Catherine and Isabel spellings
Beckett (nn Beck)
Pronounced e-lay-na. Which spelling is most popular?
I've always liked Petra for some reason. Not sure what it is that I like about it.
June 9th, 2014, 07:29 PM
I was really hoping Charlotte would drop in the rankings since I love it so much but I only see it going up. I can see Amelia going #1 too.
Savannah & Willa are two of my favorites plus I like Lila too.
Out of the first names you listed Willa is my favorite but I don't think it goes well with sunny. If you're going to call her Sunny there's nothing wrong with putting it in the first spot.
June 3rd, 2014, 07:19 PM
I don't think it's offensive at all. Many Italian names are also Spanish. From you're list I like Luciana the best but I also like Viviana, Valentina, and Valencia.
Nathan Bradley. I don't really like Jesse.
Keep Gabriel, Luke, Matteo, Liam & Rowan.
Get rid of Bridger, Ronan, roman, Soren & Emmett.
The rest I'm neutral on. :D
May 4th, 2014, 05:35 PM
Laura and Benjamin
Spencer and Sawyer
Isaac Anthony Becker isn't bad. I like Simon better but it doesn't sound good with your middle names.
I'm American but I was looking to see where some of my favorite names rank in other countries. I searched Reid on a Uk baby name site and it didn't even come back with any results. Is Reid only used...
My favorites are Alice, Elsa, and Juliette. I don't think anyone would pronounce Viola the way you want on the first try unless i's have a different sound in German. My least favorites are Clementine...
They go together very well. I like them both.
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