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  1. #1
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    Need Old Hollywood Names!

    I am looking for a girl’s name that goes with the surname Valentine. I’m not married so is the potential of Evans as a surname or a hyphenated name like Valentine-Evans, Evans-Valentine. Or if one surname is chosen, and none hyphenated, then the other surname may become the third middle name.

    ANYWAY, I’M LOOKING FOR:

    • First Name, Middle Name, 2nd Middle Name, and Last Name
    • I prefer vintage, old Hollywood type names
    • I do not want a name that is not too common, but still somewhat familiar
    • I’m Canadian, so I prefer English or French names. If a name from another culture, then it has be a name that has crossed over such as: Carmen, Farrah, Florence
    • I prefer the traditional spelling unless the variation in spelling has also become common (Katherine/Kathryn)
    • I’m like place names, surnames as first/middle names
    • If the child is given a ‘different” first name, then need a very traditional middle name like Sarah or Elizabeth in case they choose to go by that in the future
    • I have a little bohemian streak so maybe a hippie middle name might work
    • No alliterative names i.e. – Vicky Valentine

    FAMILIAL NAMES OF IMPORTANCE/SIGNIFICANCE:

    Althea
    Helena

    CELEBRITY BABY NAMES I LIKE:

    Satine Anais Geraldine Macht
    (Gabriel Macht and Jacinda Barrett)
    Harlow Winter Kate Madden (Benji Madden and Nicole Richie)
    Sparrow Midnight James Madden (Benji Madden and Nicole Richie)
    Poet Sienna Rose (Soliel Moon Frye)
    Gypsy Alabama Rose (Shooter Jennings and Drea de Matteo)
    Kingston James McGregor Rossdale (Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani)
    Penelope Scotland Disick (Scott Disck and Kourtney Kardashian)

    NAMES I HATE:

    Maureen (my first name) and its variations Maria, Marie, Maura/Mara, Maren, Miriam
    Anne/Anna – I feel like it’s the filler middle name du jour
    Jessica/Jennifer – I feel like everyone born in the late 70s to early mid 80s has that name (my era)


    WHAT I’VE CONSIDERED SO FAR:

    Audrey Gray Elizabeth (I think Jenna Van Oy did variation of this)
    Harlow Satine Elizabeth
    Sadie EllingtonElle/EllieRose
    Hélène Althea Laurent (Hélène instead of Helena)
    India Everleigh Olivia



    Oh, I mean old hollywood inspired, vintage, classic, but not boring names
    Last edited by maureen82; November 21st, 2012 at 01:11 PM.

  2. #3
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    Oh, is Juliet Valentine too cheesy?

  3. #5
    I'm a huge fan of Old Hollywood. How about...
    Deanna after Deanna Durbin
    Hedy after Hedy Lamarr
    Greer after Greer Garson
    Liza after Liza Minnelli
    Lana after Lana Turner
    Bette after Bette Davis
    Clara after Clara Bow
    Mae after Mae West
    Ginger after Ginger Rogers
    Ruby after Ruby Keeler

    I tried to think of names that sound distinctly Old Hollywood.
    Madeleine * Catherine * Elizabeth * Grace * Caroline * Eliza * Florence * Cordelia * Claudia * Lillian * Matilda * Eloise * Therese * Julia * Cecilia * Camille

    William * Sebastian * Julian * John Paul * Vaughan * Gabriel * Leo * Thibault * Fabian * Xavier * Hadrian * Cassius * Emanuel * Henry * Owen * Jude

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