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Thread: Nymbler Game :)
July 26th, 2013 04:00 PM #76Senior Member
- Join Date
- Mar 2011
- Midwest USA
Hazel, Susannah, Ruby
Frank, Albert, Clark
Ray - not really a fan, but it generally fits, maybe I should keep it on a list to see if I come around.
Sidney - DH would never go for it, since it's an either/or.
Henry - love Henry, but too popular.
Oliver - We do love this one, but lean toward Oscar.
Curt - Not a fan.
Jacques - This seems an odd throw in here, but again, not a fan.
Lee - Another that should probably appeal to me, so maybe I will keep it around and see.
Grace - love it, but it's a close family member's name that I'm not going to use.
Stella - This is nice, too trendy?
Constance - THis is nice too, I'd never thought of it before. I'll keep it around.
Alice - Adore. Has been on our list.
Charlotte - This was on our original list for DD1, but too popular.
Rose - Nice, but I'm staying away from floral if possible
Violet - DD#1
Jo - I love Josephine, BILs name is Joe, though.
July 26th, 2013 04:17 PM #78
I was bored so i do it again
Grace : i dont like it at all , i dont know why
Lucille : i like Lucy but not Lucille
Violet : i like the nn Vee but not Violet
Aida : hate it
Ava : i prefer Eva
Amelia : i prefer Amelie
Harper : i strongly dislike it
Charlotte : the only name i really like and i adore the nn Charlie
Noah : i like it as a middle
Henry : love it
Foster : i dont know but it reminds me of Foster Kids
Rance : strongly dislike it
Jasper : love it ..... on a girl
Oliver : one of my favorites
James : one of my favorites middle names
"And so, being young and dipt in folly. I fell in love with melancholy,."
Nineteen... Bad taste in everything
July 26th, 2013 04:58 PM #80
Abbey - Not a fan
Charlotte - So overused
Harper - Liked this when I was younger, but it's incredibly overused in my area
Grace - I wouldn't use it, but I can appreciate it (as a first, but not middle)
Susanna - This isn't on my list either, but I do think it's nice
Josie - Prefer Josephine, but I like it
Violet - It's on my list. I see it around Nameberry so much I feel like it's overused! But I don't know any little Violet's in real life!
Amelia - Another that I appreciate on someone else's child, but that I wouldn't use due to popularity
Henry - I know this is a Berry favorite, but I just can not get behind it at all
Ezra - Love!
Liam - Not a fan, also little Liams run rampant in my area
Oliver - Would use it to get to the nn Ollie
Noah - Way too popuar
Zeb - I actually really, really like this. I think I would use it and the full name Zebediah.
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August 3rd, 2013 04:19 AM #82Senior Member
- Join Date
- Jul 2013
- Illinois, USA
Lena- It's alright, I don't like it that much though
Antonia- I don't like it at all
Charlotte- So cute! My favorite from these suggestions
Maura- It's okayy
Lucille- Too old-fashioned
Marie- My middle name
Jack- I think it suits an old man
Oliver- My favorite!
Orrin-Never heard of it but I don't like it
William- Nice and classic!
James- I prefer it for a middle name
August 3rd, 2013 02:04 PM #84
August, Jude and Theodore
Elowen, Clea and Cassidy
Cory: It's okay but kind of plain, I'd never use it.
Shane: Ditto for Shane.
Oliver: I liked Oliver but then it got really popular! And a couple I know named their dog Oliver (nn Ollie). Super cute for a puppy but the name is sort of ruined for me!
Trace: Reminds me of Tracy which I dislike.
Clement: I'd never use it.
Jack: A classic that I love
Noah: There's nothing wrong with Noah but I wouldn't use it.
Amalia: I prefer Amelia.
Leona: I like this! I started liking it after I watched a film about blood diamonds in Sierra Leone.
Beatrice: I love Beatrice! It's on my list.
Britta: Water filter brand haha...
Augusta: I love August too much for a boy so I would never use this.
Ava: I know people love it but I think it's bland.
Charlotte: Growing on me but I don't love it.
Flora: I really like Flora lately. I think I'd use it as a nickname for Florence though!