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November 4th, 2012 06:23 PM #26One Beloved Son - Raphael David
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November 4th, 2012 06:40 PM #28
Avery moves high up enough on my list, I probably will use it! I love it so much, and it has a lot of meaning to me--an old family name, it honors my sister, a great literary association, I just love it. I can imagine me with a little Avery, and besides, its the most popular it's ever been for boys, so I find it very usable! My friends know how very much I adore Avery, and every time they meet a little boy with the name they always ask about it for me, and I can't remember them (or me) ever coming across a little Avery that had problems with his name. Sure, it's way more popular for girls, but I think it's still very usable for boys!Ashley
twenty-something namenerd & aspiring novelist
Isabelle Aurora Grace + Caleb Elias Joseph + Arianne Eleanor Daisy + Everett Joshua Charles + Olivia Wren Camille
Grant Frédéric Conrad + Violet Emilia Mary + Casper Nathaniel Eden + Grace Odilia Lily + Samuel Gaspard John
I've recently started a new story--feel free to come along with me for the journey! havengermany.blogspot.com
Chapter 1 is up! And an author's note! (Alas, don't get too excited.)
June 23rd, 2013 12:22 PM #30
Ansel reminds me of Ansel Adams. When I was house-shopping with my older sister, I found a stack of books filled with Ansel Adams' photography. Ansel does sound like a nice unisex name. Personally, I like the way it sounds... just not the way it looks. Ferris has crossed my mind as an acceptable unisex name. That goes for Cleo too.
@tintri: Ezra does sound like a girl name to me. Did you know there's a band called, Ezra? I believe it's a Filipino rock band.
@ashthedreamer: Oooh Avery would be adorable on a boy. I swear, if there wasn't an Audrey in my family. Haha! It would bother me that their names are so similar in look, you know? Sigh.
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June 23rd, 2013 01:09 PM #32Senior Member
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June 23rd, 2013 03:11 PM #34
I love Evelyn, Kay, Avery, Mackenzie, Rowan, Hadley, Jesse, Paris, Sidney/Sydney, Ariel, Cary, Marlowe and Aubrey for boys, and Merry, Sasha, Misha, Kit, Jem, Jules, Joss and Jamie as nicknames. I like Rowan, Hadley, Ariel, Marlowe and Merry for girls too, as well as River, Austen, Adair, Indigo and Cassidy. I love a lot of tomboyish nicknames for more feminine full names (Theodora nn Teddy, Alberta nn Bertie, Roberta nn Bobbie, Sybil nn Billie etc) but that's about all I can think of. I don't honestly mind surnames on either gender unless they contain -son, which throws me quite a lot.juniper jane | adelaide mary | beatrix emma | georgiana lark | elizabeth isolde | sybil rosamund | ingrid annamaria | demelza katherine | elinor loveday | rosamund yvaine | amabel margaret
edmund alexander | wilfred cromwell | arthur serafino | frederick austen | aloysius rex | emrys sigismund | peregrin samuel | asa hawking | raphael richard | jude falco | caspian francis
aurelia, clara, estella, harriet, sylvia
evelyn, james, phoenix, thorin
anouk // henri