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June 26th, 2012 06:10 PM #1Senior Member
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Girls A-Z pick your favorite
From each letter pick your favorite. what are your thoughts on these names.
Ezra Mekai,Solomon Wolfe,Otto Levi,Arlo Court,Emerson Zechariah,
Orion Joseph,Finn Harrison,Remington Francis,Landon Rowe,Sutton Gage,Macon Joseph & Quinn Oliver
Gloria Promise, Rosaleen Alivia, Thessaly Henriette, Ivy Juliet,
Livia Pearl,Avianna Gladys,Ailsa Delphine,Henrietta Pearl,Aveline Lilly,Ophelia Lark,Cleora Josephine,
Mena Isobelle,Eira Grace,,Miriam Alice
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June 26th, 2012 06:25 PM #3Senior Member
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Agatha-- liked it best, but don't love it
Brielle-- pretty, but maybe too made up
Cate-- prefer Kate, but best of the "C"s
Dorothy-- like the name, but not sure i'd name a baby this
Eden-- cute, but trendy
Gena-- a little 1980s for me
Hosanna-- can't imagine a little girl with this name really, but liked it best
Indra-- not crazy about this one
Jaya-- same as above
Katalina-- sorry, not a fan of your k names
Linnea-- actually like this one!!
Marla-- it's ok
Nara-- much prefer Nora
Penelope-- reminds me of a cartoon, but Penny could be cute
Ramona-- think of Ramona Quimby from the children's series
Sabina-- much prefer sabrina
Taryn-- it's ok
Wren-- cute, but I wouldn't use
Xanthe-- prn "zanthe"?
Yara-- not a fan
June 26th, 2012 06:40 PM #5Senior Member
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Agatha - it's okay, best of the choices given
Bridget - pretty name, I've always liked this name
Cate - it was between this and Cordelia. I love Kate, so I guess this was the next closest option
Dorothy - i like this name, even though I think it may be a bit dated.
Edith - I like this only b/c I can call her 'Edie'
Freida - again, best of the choices given. I much prefer Fiona and Felicity
Gena - I don't really like this name, but it's the pest of the options given. Gina would be an improvement though.
Hana - again, best option of the choices. I like Hannah, so I figure this was close.
Ingrid - again, best option of the choices. I really just don't like any of the other choices. Isla and Imogen are okay 'I' names.
Jae - again, best option of the choices, the others were worse.
Keely - again, best option of the choices. I have a little cousin with this name, it's okay, not great.
Lorraine - I actually like this name. Not sure I'd give it to a child, but I like it enough.
Maeve - I don't love this name, but I think it's okay.
Nara - again, best option of the choices. I prefer Nora.
Ophelia - I like this name.
Penelope - I love this name. This was tough for me, because I love Paloma too.
Ramona - love this name too.
Sakura - again, best option of the choices.
Theodora - again, best option of the choices. It's an okay name.
Vivian - it's okay, not my favorite.
Waverly - an okay name, not great
Xanthe - again, best option of the choices.
Yara - again, best option of the choices.
Zaira - again, best option of the choices. I like Zelda and Zara.Favorite girl names of the moment: Cecilia, Eleanor, Amelia, Violet, Charlotte, and Ramona
Favorite boy names of the moment: Henry, Micah, Jack, Elijah, Owen, and Jonah
June 26th, 2012 07:03 PM #7Senior Member
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Agatha - would prefer Agnes, but it's the best of the A's you have.
Bernadette - have always loved this, especially for its -ette ending.
Cordelia - it's been growing on me lately. Christiana came as a close second, but I feel like it's guilding the lily of Christina.
Dorothy - classic with cute nns
Edith - I like -th names, but "ed" is sort of masculine
Frances - better than the other f's. It's solid and classic (and medieval)
Gena - the only g I didn't look at and go, "What?" (and sounds pretty besides)
Hana - love Hannah, but she will spend her life explaining she is h-a-n-a
Ingrid - better than the other i's, and I suppose I like the "ing" sound. Looks like a Scandinavian princess.
Jae - would prefer Mae; I'm not a big gender-bender, and Jay is so heavily masculine
Keely - would make me want to "keel" over, but it sounds better than being "keen" on something
Laramae - pretty combination of Mae I've never heard before
Maeve - as I've shown, I love Mae names, and I like Irish names as well. Bonus: it's pronouncible
Noirin - why not Noreen? (as I think this is pronounced - of course now you have me in Irish mode) Would produce less pronounciation issues.
Odessa - a nice-sounding place name that is fresh yet solid
Penelope - would love to see a little Penny
Ramona - because it sounds like a legit name; and it's childish as well as serious
Sareen - I do love the -een sound, even if this doesn't look like a legit name.
Theodora - because it's more solid and feminine than your other choices. Would prefer Theresa.
Vienna - beautiful sounding feminine place-name
Wren - although I'm iffy on it; it being a word. Winifred is a close second.
[Don't like either X name]
Yadira - although it sounds like, "Ya dear," it's better than the other options
Zarina - although it is a title for an overthrown russian empress...it sounds prettyProud author of Kissimmee, Orlando, Mary, Adam, Mississippi, Micah, Georgette, Evelyn, and so many many more
June 26th, 2012 07:08 PM #9Senior Member
Natacha - mother to Geneva Simone and Marlena CarysRunning all my names past http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect.com/a site that surveys people with the same name.
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Boys: Archer Sloan or Merrick
Girls: Indira Maren or Sloan