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October 18th, 2012 11:18 AM #21
Of course I love the names in my sig, but there are others....
Magnus! (interesting because someone else mentioned it as well)
Croix (like St Croix)
Geordie (I know this would sound silly in England, but I think it would be okay in the States)
Pandora (nn Pandy is just too cute)
Seiji (boy's name, but the sound is all girl to my ears)James ~ Ariston
Aurelia ~ Sidra ~ Elizabeth ~ Gia ~ Julia
The others I hold close.... Quade ~ William (Liam) ~ Dresden ~ Giordana ~ Lydiana ~ Laurenza ~ Vivara ~ Fonya ~ Sagelle
October 18th, 2012 11:57 AM #23Senior Member
- Join Date
- Nov 2011
- Washington(state, not D.C.)
I love this thread!
My absolute favorites:
Charlotte-If I have a daughter, Charlotte will be her name! After all of these years, it's still my absolute favorite name.
Emilia-Emilia nn Millie is my second favorite option for a daughter.
Norah-I just love Norah. There's something so sweet about it to me.
Clara-I love the Nutcracker/Clara Barton/Clara Bow associations!
Violet-The Roald Dahl character isn't my favorite but I adore the name nonetheless.
Adelaide/Adeline -love Addie names.
Lucy/Louisa/Lucille-I also have a soft spot for Lu names.
Grace-Even though it's almost overdone as a first and middle name,and some find it boring, I adore the simplicity of Grace.
Sophie-I love Sophia, but I slightly prefer Sophie. I think it has to do with the fact that The BFG is one of my favorite childhood books.
Olive-It's a love/hate name (and hate for most) but I love it.
Matilda-Can you tell that I love Roald Dahl? I probably would only use this as a middle name, but I love it.
Random guilty pleasure names:
Ava-this is a pretty "normal" guilty pleasure name, but I adore Ava, despite its raging popularity. What can I say? I love old Hollywood movies/actors/actresses! (Hence Audrey and Grace also being on my list. )
Niamh-I don't think I could ever get away with using this, as I have no Irish blood whatsoever, and the spelling comes off as very Irish to me, if that makes sense. (As opposed to something like Rory or Liam which is still Irish but more approachable, in the US at least.) But I think the name is beautiful.
Carys-Is Carys too Welsh? I feel Carys is more usable than Niamh, but it's still unusual so I feel it'd come off as me trying too hard to pick something different.
Wren-I'd only ever use Wren as a middle name, but I love it, even though most people don't understand Wren and/or hate it.
Hattie-I'm usually not a nickname name person, but I love Hattie. Not Harriet nn Hattie-just Hattie.
Georgia/Georgina/Georgiana-I love the nn Georgie, but right now Georgie names feel a little too frilly for me. I wouldn't use Georgia because my number one choice is Charlotte and that would be too similar.
(Although Jack is my favorite boy name, I DO love Jackson, but that would be WAY too many Southern cities in one sibset. No offense to any Southerners out there, but it's a little too matchy for my own liking.)
Georgina/Georgiana are slowly growing on me, though.
Last edited by susan.n; October 18th, 2012 at 12:03 PM.Only 19 but a name lover!
Top Five:Charlotte Belle,Emilia Alice,Clara Eve,Norah Lucille,and Adelaide/Adeline Pearl
Other Favorites:Violet Isabelle,Lucy Arwen, Lila Josephine, Olive Beatrix,Amelie Sophia, Audrey Catherine,Louisa Caroline,Eliza Maeve,and Matilda Sophie
Henry Caspian, Rory Philip,Asher Flynn, Jack Elias, and Gideon James
October 18th, 2012 11:59 AM #25
yay happy thread.
Girls: Penelope, Lorelei, Amelie, Liza, Margot, Magdalena, Marion, Felicity
Girls Recent Crushes/Reconsiders: Mercy, Olivia
Boys: Frederick, Eben, James, Richard, Robert, Luke, David, William (okay can you tell I'm a bit boring with boys names? There are a few exceptions, but I just prefer core classic names for the guys..)
Boys Recent Crushes/Reconsiders: Baylor, Dexter
October 18th, 2012 12:34 PM #27
October 18th, 2012 12:41 PM #29
Besides the names on my sig..
Minnow/Thistle/Elm/Loveday/Delphi/Quill- I love all of these for middles! I have so many middle names and not enough first but I'm having fun playing around with these options.
Ethel Pommeline- Honestly I am loving this! It just sounds really sweet and fairy like.
Apolline nn Apple
Ace- As a nn, for what I have no clue haha!
Wilhelmina nn Minnie/Whimsy
Eden Trust- After seeing the combo Asa Trust on a blog I knew I had to find a first name for Trust(it's just so cool!) I love this, like LOOVE it. Handsome, charming, and overall just cool.
Monroe- Grimm is making me love this even more.
Coy- Saw an adorable little boy with the name.
Willoughby Rex- I love it but Willoubhy has been on and off my list for the past 3 years. Not sure how long it will stick around.
Boy names are so much easier than girls!Dayton.19.*Hopeful* Future Mom
Naming future twinkles...
Girlies:Aella Dorothy Plum.Judah Eilidh Catherine.Snow Amalija Anne
Guys:Back to the drawing board