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June 19th, 2012 11:44 PM #1Senior Member
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thoughts on my names....
Caedmon MichaelMarried my best friend 5/11/13, mommy to Murron Lydia Genevieve 10/20/14
Our angel Riley 8/13
Bow ties & top hats:
Solomon Henri Jace,Leland Wallace, Arlo Frost
Nashua Hartley,Alden Kai,Emerich Frost
Friedan Oliver,Solomon Ashley, Ezra Theodore
Bows & Pearls:
Luella Edith,Flannery Kate,Elora Frances
Florence Adele,Lilia Inez,Enid Sylvia Gertrude
Edith Lynley Inez,Lior Josephine,Livia Pearl
June 20th, 2012 11:27 AM #3Member
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Murren/Mauren Kate- fn sounds masculine but i like the mn
Kairi Nicole- it's cute but it may not age well
Henrietta Margaret- yes! i adore old fashioned names
Lavinia Beatrice- yay for traditional!
Ayelet Pearl- fn nms, love the mn!
Sylvia Arwen- like the fn but i prefer Arden over Arwen
Viviette Frances- prefer Vivienne over Viviette, mn nms
Peri Olivia- yes!
Christiana Lorraine- don't like fn, okay with mn
Bronwyn Olivia- don't like fn, mn is one of my favorites
Maeve Aisling- nms
Ophelia Carys- yes!
Thessaly Paige- only like mn, fn can be Theodora
Mava Nicolette- love the mn, is the fn pronounced mah-vuh or may-vuh? i prefer mah-vuh
Arlo James- flows very well
Solomon Henri- nms
Jensen Mordecai- perfect! unique but familiar~
Claudius Lleyton- love fn because it's latin, mn nms
Zoltan Oliver- fn makes me think of electricity, this whole name is great!
Leland Thomas- fn nms, okay mn
Moses Alexander- fn nms, love mn
Auden Wallace- yes!
Brighton Charles- has a nice regal feel
Caedmon Michael- fn nms, love mn
Overall, I love your taste in names!
June 20th, 2012 04:44 PM #5Senior Member
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Murren/Mauren Kate - No. Mauren looks like you can't spell Lauren, and I dislike Kate.
Kairi Nicole - Carrie- yes. Cary- ok. Kairi - NO. Nicole - eh. Dated.
Henrietta Margaret - Ok. Hattie is a cute nn and the full name flows well with Margaret.
Lavinia Beatrice - Pretty vintage flair to both.
Ayelet Pearl - No. To both names.
Sylvia Arwen - Odd. Sylvia is very old-school. Arwen is very epic fantasy. They don't go well together.
Viviette Frances - eh.... Viviette is ok. Prefer Vivienne. Not a fan of Frances.
Peri Olivia - Peri is very cute for a nn. I'd prefer a longer, more formal fn if she ever decides not to go by Peri. Sick to death of Olivia and if I never hear that name again I can die content.
Christiana Lorraine - Dislike Christine and all its variations. Lorraine is very pretty.
Bronwyn Olivia - Dislike all around.
Maeve Aisling - Love Maeve. Don't love Aisling.
Ophelia Carys - Unusual. It grows as you say it. Pretty.
Thessaly Paige - Ok. Thessaly has always reminded me of "thistle". Not a bad thing, but it's an odd association. Love love love Paige.
Mava Nicolette - Dislike.
Arlo James - Nice.
Solomon Henri - Ok. I'd only use Henri with the "i" if I had a significant connection to the French culture, but it's a classy variation regardless.
Waylon Zechariah - This one made me laugh. Fun.
Jensen Mordecai - Not a fan. Jensen is too modern and Mordecai has too many negative associations for me.
Claudius Lleyton - Interesting mix of cultures and linguistics. Ok.
Zoltan Oliver - Zoltan? The fortune-telling machine from Big? No. Oliver is great.
Leland Thomas - Very nice.
Moses Alexander - Ok. Might pair Moses with something a little more obviously Biblical (Alexander has been very westernized and turned mainstream eons ago.) Maybe Aaron, Zekariah, or Simeon.
Auden Wallace - Very nice. Unusual but not made-up.
Brighton Charles - Charles is ok. Not a fan of Brighton.
Caedmon Michael - Eh. NMS.Girls - Abigail, Georgianna, Anne, Charlotte, Claire, Genevieve, Annette, Eliza, Felicity, Hannah, Noelle, Eugenie, Grace, Phoebe, Philippa, Cecilia, Cecily, Elizabeth, Hollis, Piper, Lorelei, Vivienne, Paige, Carolina, Isobel, Lucy, Molly, Georgia, Victoria, Naomi
Boys - Bobby Sparklefritz until H can offer suggestions. Ones I like: Rory, Owen, Tyler, Ian, Elliot, Alexander, Ephraim, Levi, Jacob, Reid, Avery, Nathan, Miles, Jasper, Spencer, Toby, Dean, Philip