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Today, 07:29 AM
Margot is absolutely lovely - congratulations!
I think they sound a bit similar. I love Augustin and Ignatius and Augustin & Barnaby from the suggestions above though.
They go really well together - also, unusually for me, I also said the right pronunciation of Elián in my head, which is a bonus. I had never heard of Elián before, but it has a lovely look and sound.
It's a bit fussy for me when said out loud, but it looks nice written down. Really unhelpful I know. I think I'm trying to say it would be a better middle name, where it's said out loud less.
All are completely useable, but I do love Sylvia (also like Silvia) - Celia looks a bit unfinished, and Cecelia is too 's' heavy for my preference. That's just me though!
I'm not a fan. Not the fact that it's a smushed name so much, just that it sounds and looks to much like one - the 'erm' and the 'ella' sound and look very separated to me. Carmella or Carmelia sound...
It goes so perfectly with your others girls - I have such a soft spot for Fleur anyway, but it has such a beautiful sound.
I know a few young Sylvias and no older ones, so that might affect how I see it, but I think it's very fresh (and bound to increase in popularity where I live, I'm pretty sure) - it has a lovely...
I have always loved Astra, and Aster is just as lovely sounding. Something long and feminine in the middle would be my choice: Aster Lenore, Aster Josephine or Aster Thomasin would be beautiful. Good...
September 27th, 2014, 01:27 PM
Mary - Mary Eliza Eliza is fantastic! It has such a vintage feel, but is still fresh enough to be useable. Love it.
Rosemarie - Well, here in England (or at least in my area of it)...
Andrew. Othello is too tied to Shakespeare (and not a fab association either)
Phaedra has a lovely sound, but for me personally, the associated mythology is too big a deal (bear in mind, however, that I am studying Classics, so I'm sure not many other people will immediately...
I chose Svala Ísabel for the meaning it holds to you although I do love the sound of Svala Þórunn (and possibly prefer it soundwise) - just out of interest, how often would a middle name be used in...
September 26th, 2014, 06:25 AM
Amund has a nice sound. Armand (French pronunciation), Amun and Edmund are what it might be confused with, however.
I am so sorry. Prayers to you and your family.
I like Louisa nicknamed Liesel.
I think it sounds like it lacks history as a human name. (please don't spout statistics at me, I'm sure I'm wrong, but that's what I think when I hear it!) The sound is perfectly nice, but I would...
Ischa and Cato
Ischa and Solon
Ischa and Jabez
Ischa and Giles
Ischa and Raoul
Ischa and Rafe
Ischa and Lonzo
Ischa and Emil
Ischa and Zeke
Ischa and Klaus
Sadie isn't too farfetched in my opinion, though.
I know a Seraphina nicknamed Raffy which I've always liked.
September 22nd, 2014, 01:05 PM
I love Kit (used as a nickname for Christian on my own list), and think Christoph sounds very suave. Malcolm is a name I love the look of, but not so much the sound.
September 22nd, 2014, 09:09 AM
Sorry, just seen your post - Milla Lova is lova-ly (if you'll pardon the pun!)
September 22nd, 2014, 09:08 AM
Leonora/Leonore (already suggested) might have a similar feel? Milena also springs to mind. Good luck!
I prefer Richard. Richie is fine for a toddler/nickname, but I can't imagine it on a grown man.
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