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Thread: Opinions on my Top 20??
August 2nd, 2012 01:05 AM #1
Opinions on my Top 20??
Well my Top 23... I just couldn't decide!! What do you think? And which 3 would you cut from the list? Also, I'm not the greatest at pairing first and middle names... I listed a bunch of middle names I like (family names are in italics...) I'd love to see what combinations you can create with my favorites! Or have any other suggestions you think I might like? Thank you so much!
Last edited by julia johanna; August 2nd, 2012 at 01:18 AM.Alice, Cecilia, Eve, Georgia, Iris, Jane, Rose, Sylvie, Tess, Violet
Calvin, Dexter, Felix, Jack, Leo, Louis, Max, Miles, Oscar, Simon
August 2nd, 2012 01:22 AM #3Senior Member
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August 2nd, 2012 01:32 AM #5
I will '*' the names I would scratch from the list.
Maria - Nice, but a little plain for me. I prefer Mary.
Lillian (Lillie) - I love Lily by itself, but Lillian works beautifully for an adult woman.
Anna - Sweet and classic, but I prefer Anya.
Lucy - I like it, but I can only think of Lucy from Peanuts.
Hazel - Underused! A little harsh, but I think its cute.
Rose - I love, love, love Rose! I think it needs to be used as a first name more often!
Eve - I think it's cute, but I prefer it as a middle name.
Tess - Prefer it as a nickname for Theresa/Teresa or Therese/Terese.
Liv - Prefer it short for Elizabeth or Olivia.
Freya - Cute, but a little dated. I imagine a red head with cute little pigtails and a huge smile.
*Sylvie - Much prefer Sylvia but I'm not a fan of either name.
Flora - I love Flora, it's so sweet and brings up lovely images.
*Nona - I don't like this at all, all I can think of is "No, no", like you're correcting a child.
Matilda (Tillie) - I personally don't like this name, but there's nothing bad about it.
Nell - I prefer this as a nickname, but it could stand on its own.
Phoebe - Cute! I think this is a hidden gem that's perfectly usable.
June - This is growing on me. I imagine a strong willed, opinionated girl.
Celia - I strongly prefer Cecilia; Celia just doesn't sound complete to me.
*Cleo - I don't like this name at all. Not quite sure why, but I just don't like it.
Iris - Pretty! Soft and feminine.
Alice - Love, love, love! Soft, yet strong, but feminine nevertheless.
Daisy - A little childish to me, I don't think it will work well on an adult.
Ramona - A little dated. Reminds me of Ramona from the book "Ramona the Pest".
Charlotte - Beautiful!
Victoria - Strong and regal.
Magdalena - Not my style.
Christine - I love this, mainly because of Phantom of the Opera.
Agnes - Not my style.
Louise - Cute!
Johanna - Strong, feminine name.
Margaret - Cute!
Susanna - Sweet, but I don't think I would use it.
Felicity - I don't like this. I prefer Amity.
Marigold - Not a fan. I prefer Marilyn or Rosemary.
Carolina - Cute!
Pearl - Not a fan.
Fern - I love this! I like it better as a first name.
Joy - A little dated and plain.
Saskia - I really like this! I prefer it as a first name, though.
Amelia - Cute but common.
Athena - Sweet and strong.
Selene - I prefer Selena or Serena.
Jane - Strong, classic, feminine.
Last edited by tay2thestars; August 3rd, 2012 at 02:01 PM.~inside this teenberry's mind ~~Please vote on constantly changing middle name possibilities
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August 2nd, 2012 01:46 AM #7
First-and-middle-name pairing ideas for you ...
01. ALICE Margaret
02. CELIA Marigold
03. CLEO Fern
04. DAISY Pearl
05. FLORA June
06. HAZEL Amelia
07. IRIS Athena
08. LILLIAN Charlotte
09. LUCY Carolina
10. MATILDA Jane
11. NELL Susannah
12. PHOEBE Johanna
13. RAMONA Louise
14. SYLVIE Magdalena
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August 2nd, 2012 02:09 AM #9Senior Member
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The names I'd lose from the list are:
I know people dig Liv but it sounds to specific to Liv Tyler, plus it sounds incomplete, IMO.
Nona is a name for grandma in Italian, which can lead to awkwardness, especially in older age.
Cleo will be a cat name forever for me.
(I just noticed as I scrolled back up that others had these ideas first, but I'll leave because I like them too.)Mom to Clementine the cat and Friedman the fatter cat.