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  1. #1

    Help defining my style

    [FONT=Georgia]Just now beginning to compile name lists for future kiddos (close to TTC) and having difficulty pinning down a style. Feeling like I'm currently sort of all over the place. I'd like to give you all names from my girls list & have you group them by style, if you're interested. Appreciate any input![/FONT]

    Emerson nn Emme
    Ainsley
    Ezra
    Livia nn Liv
    Willamina nn Mila
    Adalie nn Ada
    Fiona
    Charlotte nn Charlie
    Louisa
    Kate
    Leonie
    Josephine nn Josie, JoJo
    Claire
    Camden
    Finley
    Monroe
    Rowan
    Adeline nn Ada
    Emmeline nn Emme
    Isla
    Laren
    Moira
    Monroe
    Phoebe
    Channing
    Lucy
    Delaney
    Harlow
    Henley
    Gemma
    Maeve
    Quinn
    Sloane
    Leta
    Marlow
    Remi
    Alba
    Neve

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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
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    Tomboysish
    Emerson nn Emme
    Ainsley
    Ezra
    Finley
    Monroe
    Rowan
    Camden
    Quinn
    Sloane
    Leta
    Marlow
    Remi
    Delaney
    Harlow
    Henley
    Channing
    Monroe

    Girly, but not overly frilly
    Livia nn Liv
    Willamina nn Mila
    Adalie nn Ada
    Josephine nn Josie, JoJo
    Emmeline nn Emme
    Adeline nn Ada
    Charlotte

    Short and sweet
    Maeve
    Alba
    Neve
    Kate
    Claire
    Isla
    Laren
    Lucy
    Gemma

    Refreshing names, that make you say, haven't heard that in a while, that's nice
    Moira
    Phoebe
    Fiona
    Louisa
    Leonie

    I love the names in the girly section. So lovely. You could make great combos from this list. Emmeline Kate, Phoebe Adeline, Phoebe Quinn, Isla Josephine, Alba Monroe, Rowan Emmeline, Willamina Claire, Livia Claire.
    Loving: Lilith Delphine, Daphne Elisabeth, Eleanor Lilac and my GP Amaryllis Clio
    William Dougal, Rupert Theodore and my GP Augustin Sage

    Celestia, Opal, Agatha, Mabel, Delphine, Lilith, Magnolia, Eleanor, Olympia, Harriet, Daphne, Nora, Tabitha, Lilac, Saffron, Wilhelmina, Clio, Amaryllis
    Vaughn, Sterling, Samson, Sage, Rupert, Hugo, August, Stellan, Dougal, Sydney, Theodore, William

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
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    Yes, it's hard to pin down your style. I feel that a lot of the names you like have clear, open sounds. Almost all of them are names that have a seriousness to them. Some of them (Charlotte, Leonie, Fiona, Emmeline, Maeve, Josephine, Louisa) have a more feminine, lush sound, but I wouldn't call those names frivolous by any means. The rest of the list- simple, cheerful, and slightly offbeat names for smart, honest, and rarely silly girls.
    Favorites:
    Maeve
    Josephine
    Alba
    Rowan
    Leonie
    Lucy
    Kate
    Phoebe
    Emmeline
    Moira

    Least favorites:
    Leta (I think of Leda, raped by the swan)
    Marlow, Monroe, Harlowe, Channing
    Willamina (Willemina or Wilhelmina I believe are the more original spellings) I know it's a nameberry darling, but I find it ponderous.
    Adeline- I don't see the appeal of this old lady name, though it's better than Analiese by a mile.
    Ezra. Please let this trend end. Ezra is such a great, masculine name. Remi I feel less protective of, though it is a man's name.

  5. #9
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    Dec 2012
    Posts
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    What about the names Hadley, Chesney, Shay, or Myka?

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