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September 30th, 2012 09:21 AM #31Senior Member
Proud mama to..
- Join Date
- Aug 2012
- Swansea, Wales
Eliska Seraphine (b. 3rd March 2001)
Gabriel Blake 'Gabe' (b. 12th May 2008)
Naomi Sage (b. 22nd August 2010)
Scarlett Rowena (b. 28th September 2012)
Murphy Atticus (b. 28th September 2012)
Coralie Nell ~ Juliette Rue ~ Claira Mae
Willard Pasha ~ Hugo Elliott ~ River Thackeray
September 30th, 2012 11:00 AM #33Senior Member
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- Apr 2012
September 30th, 2012 08:48 PM #35
I actually think Eulalia will be easier to say (for English speakers) than Eulalie. I think the final -ia will naturally morph into -ya for many ("you-lay-lya") which allows the mouth to be a bit lazier than enunciating you-lay-lee. While Eulalia and Lorelai are not exact style matches, they are both uncommon and euphonious feminine names. The family connection is icing on the cake.
I do think Winter and Snow are far, far too matchy, and I think they take a lot of the luster off the beautiful first names you've chosen. I don't care for either name, as I prefer nature names to be a bit more evocative (i.e. Birch and Rowan instead of Tree, Wren and Oriel instead of Birdie). Are you purposefully looking for more whimsical middle names to ground the first, or are you looking for equally dignified nature middles? These preserve that winters feel:
Eira (Welsh for snow-- lots of names from this element, including Eirlys, Eirias, Arian, Arianwen)
Neva (Spanish for snow)
XY: A. R.
XX: C. V. N.
Allaire * Emmanuelle * Honora * Hyacinthe * Lysandra * Marina * Rosamond * Serena * Sylvie * Thea * Verity / Blaise * Cyprian * Evander * Jules * Laurence * Lucian * Marius * Quentin * Rainier * Silvan
كنوز الصحراء الشرقية Hayat _ Qamar _ Sahar _ / Altair _ Faraj _ Tariq