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September 24th, 2012 10:41 AM #1
NEED HELP!!!!!!!! what do you think of my long list?
out of interest...
WillowThe Name Obsessed 11 Year Old Writerloving these names-Esme - Lola - Miranda - Juliet - Serena - Elizabeth-
September 24th, 2012 11:21 AM #3
Charlette (this spelling)
Isbel (is this suppose to be Isabel, Isobel or Ishbel?)
WaverleyAll the best,
September 24th, 2012 11:29 AM #5
Isbel is not supposed to be any of your suggestions, mischa.
thanks for replying!!!!The Name Obsessed 11 Year Old Writerloving these names-Esme - Lola - Miranda - Juliet - Serena - Elizabeth-
September 24th, 2012 11:41 AM #7Senior Member
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September 24th, 2012 11:49 AM #9
Aurelia - like
Amber - dislike
Amy - like
Annabeth - dislike
Autumn - like
Cara - dislike
Cora - dislike
Cerys - dislike
Charlette - dislike, but love Charlotte
Carly/Carla - dislike
Elisa - dislike
Elisabeth - like, but love Elizabeth
Ella - like, but only as a nickname
Emma - like
Eloise - like
Faith - dislike
Fay - dislike
Flora - love
Fern - dislike
Fiona - dislike
Georgia - dislike
Grace - like
Helena - dislike
Holly - dislike
Imogen - dislike
Isbel - dislike, but love Isabel
Isla - dislike
Iona - dislike
Jade - dislike
Jasmine - like
Lucy/Lucie - Lucy - like, Lucie = dislike
Louisa - dislike
May/Mae - like
Maria/Marie - dislike Maria, like Marie
Meghan - dislike
Mollie - dislike
Niamh - dislike
Naomi - dislike
Natalia -dislike, but love Natalie
Rose/Rosa - love Rose, dislike Rosa
Savanna - dislike
Susanna - dislike
Thalia - dislike
Violet - dislike
Waverley - dislike
Willow - dislike
September 24th, 2012 12:04 PM #11
I really like your list, especially:
Aurelia - and Aurelie too!
Amy - I quite like Amy, but lean toward Aimee.
Cora - Prefer Coralie or Coraline.
Cerys - Nope. Prefer Carys.
Charlette - Charlotte?
Ella - Much prefer the french Elle.
Emma - and Emme.
Fay - and Fey. but more as middle name.
Grace - I like Grace, but since it's so popular, I'll vote for another variation (Gracia, Grazie, etc) too.
Isbel - Isabel?
Iona - I prefer Ione.
Natalia - This and Nathalie
Rose/Rosa - Like it, but prefer the longer version, like Rosalie, etc.
Savanna - prefer Savannah.
Thea - Like Thea, but more as a nickname.
September 24th, 2012 12:04 PM #13
Aurelia - I love Aurelia nn Aura or Lia. It's on my list as well. I think it's a great variation of Audrey and Aurora (though the later is on my list as well).
Amber - nms.
Amy - short and sweet. Personally I'd use it as a nn for something like Amelia since I just prefer given names to be longer but otherwise I really like this.
Annabeth - nms. I know it's been used fairly frequently in the past but I always think of it as a smush between Anna and Elizabeth.
Autumn - nms.
Cara - nms. (I'm not really a fan of names starting with C except for a very few).
Cora - nms.
Cerys - nms
Charlette - prefer Charlotte nn Charlie or Lottie. Though Charlette nn Charlie or Lettie could be really cute too.
Carly/Carla - nms.
Elisa - prefer as a nn to Elisabeth.
Elisabeth - it's a beautiful classic name. I like it, but it's not on my favorite list mostly because it is so popular I almost feel like it's over used (I think we have 4 in our family).
Ella - Prefer Ella as a nn. Very cute though.
Emma - I love Emma despite it's growing popularity.
Eloise - This is by far my favorite Louise variant.
Faith - nms.
Fay - prefer as a nn.
Flora - I prefer Fleur. or as a nn to Florinda.
Fern - idk. I'm on the fence about this one.
Fiona - LOVE.
Georgia - nms.
Grace - I like it's simplicity but unless it's a fn I often feel like it's a filler mn.
Helena - I love this name. Also Helen.
Holly - nms.
Imogen - I like it a a lot.
Isbel - Isbel seems misspelled to me (my cousin's name is Isabel). I'm not a huge fan of Isabel either though. I prefer Annabel of Mirabel.
Isla - I really like this one though I don't think I would use it.
Iona - I really like the nn Io.
Jade - nms.
Jasmine - nms.
Lucy/Lucie - prefer the more traditional Lucy though Lucile would be my choice.
Lily - I currently love flower names but I prefer Lilith or Lilian/a over Lily.
Louisa - see Eloise.
May/Mae - I love Mae. Esp as a nn or a mn. I feel it's softness is a great way to round out a slightly harsher fn.
Maria/Marie - prefer Maria but it always makes me think that the parents are very religious. The meaning of the name isn't my favorite.
Meghan - nms.
Mollie - cute though nms.
Niamh - Love Niamh.
Naomi - Adore Naomi.
Natalia - nms.
Rose/Rosa - prefer a longer version like Rosemary with nn Rose or Rosie.
Savanna - nms.
Sophie - I love Sophie (it's also my mn).
Susanna - nms.
Thea - prefer this as a nn to Theadora or Theodora.
Thalia - nms but in general I find this a very pleasant name.
Violet - I prefer Viola.
Waverley - On my favorites list, despite that fact that I am torn on how I feel about it. I think my opinion changes almost daily.
Willow - I prefer Willa but think that Willow is an AWESOME name.Aurelia - Coralie - Elva - Helene - Illyria - Lorelei - Loretta - Merida - Mirabel - Ofelia/Ophelia - Viola - Wisteria
Alaric - Anton - Emmett - Erich - Felix - Hugo - Julian - Leopold - Ludwig - Oscar/Osgar - Tristan - Victor
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September 24th, 2012 12:13 PM #15Senior Member
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Charlette- dislike spelling
Meghan- dislike prefer Megan
Mollie- dislike prefer Millie
Willow- likeGirls: Greer Rosalie, Clio Genevieve, Mabel Juliet, Lara Vivienne, Iris Lucia, Margot Laura, Sylvie Maeve, Ingrid Scarlett, Florence Pearl, Romy Blythe.
Boys: Christopher David 'Kit', Maxwell Jude 'Max', Edward Stephen 'Teddy', Rex Kingston, Frederick Oscar 'Freddie', Gilbert Leo 'Gil', Gideon Felix, Hugo James, Tristan Josiah, Ivan George.
September 24th, 2012 12:34 PM #17
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