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June 7th, 2012 04:23 AM #1Senior Member
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Births 6/6/12 - long but interesting
Ashley Jorge - I was excited thinking a boy..and no it's a girl.
Halo Alexxis Esmeralda
Jareth Victoria - wow haven't seen this one on a girl yet now I have.
River Jordan - Yay a girl with that name, I have this combo for both genders Nice to see a girl with it. I was always debating if it was too boyish, but now that I've seen a girl with it I love it!
Tennyson Christine Renee
Tika Belle - yes really like Tinkerbelle.
Unique Caknia Waltlyn
Winner - another new word name
Declan Gatsby - LOVE Gatsby for both genders as a first or middle name
Elemynt Eris-Eros Sky Spirit - kinda cool, but wow.
Harper Lee - yay my boy combo on a boy!
Hugh Bell - I like Bell on a boy!
Jacob Thunder Hawk
Thae Eagle Sun
Whenever Lee - wow new word name
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June 7th, 2012 04:51 AM #3Senior Member
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Well, um... to start with the positive, I love Hazel - I'd prefer Hazel Augusta over Hazel August, but it's a lovely combo either way. I also like Atticus Lee and Elliott Ambrose quite a bit (Elliott's on a boy where it's supposed to be, and I ADORE Ambrose). I love Waverly, but not really with Joy. Tennyson is somewhat pleasing to me. I'd obviously rather see it on a boy - but at least it's spelled correctly and the middle names are classy. Aristotle Maximus is way heavy for me, but it's got some style.
WAY too many girls named Ellington, Elliott, Ellis, Ellyson - none of these sound even remotely feminine to me, with the possible exception of Ellis since it was the pen name of Emily Bronte.
Two girls named Unique made me laugh really hard - yeah, not so unique anymore is it? Vegas Rayne... oh good, when she becomes a stripper she doesn't need a stage name. Truth Serenity, way too much to live up to in one name. Pretty sure Khristian's gotta be sacrilegious in some way (Kross, too - then again, I'm Jewish). Braydenn? On a girl? Forever? Chapel? Come on.
Wait... HALO ALEXXIS ESMERALDA? That's - just - I have no words to describe the blatant awfulness.
As for the boys - not quite as terrible. Not quite. Harper Lee is a female author. Septtimous is spelled just horribly. Life Shy'Jay? Rolling my eyes right now. Viper? You want to name your child after a poisonous snake?
WHENEVER? Might as well have named him Whatever. Like, whatever, it's just a kid's name that he has to live with for the rest of his life...
June 7th, 2012 07:39 AM #5Senior Member
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River Jordan? As in, from the Bible? Wow, brings a new meaning to biblical place names with that one. And Harper Lee as in the author? Seriously, this is why checking your combo on Google to see what it brings up is a good idea.
And isn't Jareth the name of David Bowie's character in Labrynth? Not sure I'd want to be a girl named after a male movie villain.
June 7th, 2012 09:26 AM #7
A lot of very male sounding gils names here - Arrlow, Bari, Brayden, Ellington, Hunter, Jareth, Tennyson, Thierry......
There are so many pretty girls names out there, why do we need to keep making our girls sound more and more masculine? I think iy's a little sad.
Amongst some very out-there names, there are a few gems. I like
Emerson ThomasCome visit my name blog! http://babynamepondering.blogspot.com.au/
June 7th, 2012 02:33 PM #9Senior Member
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The first name on the list makes me cringe because I suspect it's a kreaytive variation of Harlow. Does Arrlow have an independent origin that I'm not aware of, or is Harlow getting so popular that people are inventing variations of it? Even as someone who often likes surnames as girls' names, I find Harlow itself horrible.