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Thread: Name List Additions - WDYT?
June 8th, 2012 07:52 PM #11Senior Member
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June 11th, 2012 12:50 AM #13Melinda Susanne
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June 11th, 2012 02:38 AM #15Senior Member
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Clarise -- This name, while rather dated, has me thinking of Queen Clarisse Renaldi of 'The Princess Diaries', and I mean, who couldn't help but like something linked to the brilliantly lovely Julie Andrews? It may just be the association for me, but I don't mind the name.
Della -- I find this one to feel incomplete or awkward, probably because my mind refuses to see it as anything other than Bella with a D-, or an almost Adela...
Cara -- This is definitely not a bad name, but I have just never seen it to be anything special. It's strange though, because I really like Clara.
Lea -- Well, as I am a huge Lea Michele fan, of course I love it. Sweet and simple, yet strong and fresh.
Stella -- I used to really dislike Stella, but I must admit to warming to it slightly over the past few months.
Noa(h) -- I adore Noa (without the -h though, as that instantly makes it all masculine).
Martha -- This makes me think of this strong and fiesty character that was on an Aussie soap a few years back that I adored. Prior to that I couldn't get past it being dated, but now, I can see it on a modern person.
Matilda -- I can't help but sing Waltzing Matilda in my head, but that's definitely not a bad thing (and most probably an Aussie thing). I like the name.
Ellen -- This is one name that I just cannot get on board with, even with the fantastic associations (eg. Page and Degeneres).
Loretta -- I do find this quite dated. It's most commonly heard on women 40years+ here.
Gwen -- I don't mind it, but I would definitely prefer it as a nickname for Guinevere.
Meg -- Cute, but far too nickname-y to work well as a full first.
Auden -- No idea what this is (makes me think of cars and mechanics), and I really don't think it sounds the slightest bit feminine.
Abilene -- My first thought was 'anemone' for some reason, and now my mind just will not come out of the water. I like Abby, and quite like Abigail, but not fond of Abilene at all.
Rosemary -- While I quite like Rose, I can't seem to warm to Rosemary I'm afraid.
June 11th, 2012 03:37 AM #17
June 11th, 2012 03:51 AM #19
Clarise -- I dont think this a bad name, I think of the elegant and classy Queen Clarise Renaldi of the Princess Diaries movies. In the book, she is not nice at all.
Della -- Its nice but it seems more like a nickname. Maybe Adella?
Cara -- I like that this name means dear and I want to like it but in Spanish it means face so that is what comes to mind.
Lea -- I like it but with an h.
Stella -- I like it.
Noa(h) -- I know in Israel, it is a boy and a girls name but it just seems all boy to me. Even though I did meet a cute little girl name Noah. I think the Noa spelling is more feminine.
Martha -- Nms.
Matilda -- Its cute, I will always think of the movie Matilda though.
Ellen -- nms.
Loretta -- nms
Gwen -- nms
Meg -- nice nickname
Auden -- Sounds to masculine, I just think of the poet W.H. Auden.
Abilene -- nms
Rosemary- I love Rose and I like Mary however I think I like Rosemarie better. I think of Rosemary's baby.20 year old who loves names, books, and languages.
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