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August 18th, 2012 11:21 AM #1
Opinions on my list
What do you think about my list? Your opinions are much appreciated!
Thanks in advance!
August 18th, 2012 11:32 AM #3Junior Member
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August 18th, 2012 01:39 PM #5Senior Member
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Aurora - becoming a little trendy but still love
Genevieve - too common for me but still love
Luna - too common but still love, love that it means "moon"
November - would love to see this used, also like August and September
Riley/Rylie - not my fav and really trendy but I still love it
I don't like Selene but I love Selena!
Noah - really trendy but still love it
Aspen - love the feel of this!
Cassian's okay but I prefer Caspian! love it.
August 18th, 2012 06:00 PM #7Senior Member
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Guinevere -- Nms as it's too Middle-Ages-sounding to me
Cassia -- Love! So sweet, but also spunky and has such a fun sound!
Amaya -- This is pretty, but nms
Brenna -- I prefer Wrenna
Gwendolyn -- See Guinevere
Lillia -- This is pretty! Maybe a little too frilly for my taste
Aurelia -- Really distinguished and beautiful
Daphne -- I like this one too! I like the meaning connected to laurels because of the connotation with being victorious. And besides, it's got a really nice sound.
Senna -- This is very understated and pretty.
Aurora -- I like it! I always think about how hard this must be for little children to pronounce though.
Genevieve -- Seems like too long of a name for me
Charlotte -- Very pretty. Might be a tad too common in comparison to the rest on your list.
Rosanna -- I don't like this one much. It just sounds like a two-in-one name
Michelle -- This sounds dated to me
Phoebe -- I don't like the sound of it
Katri/Katria -- Is this pronounced Cah-tria? Because, if so, that is very very beautiful!
Thalia -- This one is neat!
Sorrel -- I would love to meet a child named this! I like how it is really unique, but contains familiar sounds (ex. Hazel, Laurel)
Rue -- This just makes me think of the phrase "rue the day..." I see the appeal though, as it's got a really cute sound.
Luna -- I always think "looney"
Selene -- I much prefer Serene or Serena
Riley/Rylie -- I love this name!! I wish it was not so popular. I know too many dogs with that name too. :P I've been thinking though, that maybe Rylan or Rylant would work for a little girl. Mariah nn Rye is also an option.
November -- So pretty! Have you also considered September and October? I think Ember would be a cute nn!
Lucy -- Pretty and classic
Willa -- Wonderful name! I love the sound of it and I picture a really sweet, smart girl
Alexia -- Makes me think of dislexia
Willow -- Really nice as well! I like how Willow trees are known to be very strong and withstand storms that other trees can't handle.
Cho -- I don't like it. It doesn't seem to fit in with the rest. Is there a story behind it?
Nathaniel -- This is a great name! I think it has a wonderful, handsome sound.
Archer -- nms, but cute.
Orion -- It's unusual, but hey, if Ryan works, why not? It's growing on me.
Michael -- Too bland
Noah -- Nice name.
Cody -- I like this one!
Aspen -- I prefer this on a girl.
Hugo -- I really like this name. The connection with Victor Hugo and the nn Hugh are big plusses!
Theodore -- I like Theo on its own
Cassian -- Doesn't sound masculine enough to me
Soren -- see above
William -- I like Will on its own
Jacob -- I like this! But maybe too popular? How about Caleb?
Connor -- nms
Wow, haha, this post is a book!
August 18th, 2012 07:27 PM #9Senior Member
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Pretty list! Some nice unusual beauties on here. These are my favorites......
Katri/Katria - I prefer Kadri
Rue - as a nickname for Ruby