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  1. #1
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    Dark girls names

    Right, Berries. Could you guys help me please? I'm looking for some girls names that mean dark, night, evening etc, born in the evening, conjure up the colour black etc. It must have a "Y" in the spelling preferably. I already have Darcy and Twyla on my list, if that helps. Thank you muchess in advance. X
    Hala
    Proud Mummy to Kyan & Connor xxx

  2. #3
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    I suggest you look at this post,

    http://nameberry.com/list/409/Dark-Baby-Names
    All the best,
    Shannon

    Charlotte Noelle
    Baby boy due February 16th, 2013

  3. #5
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    Twyla is gorgeous! How about:
    Nyx
    Lilith
    Starla
    Poe
    Cleo/Clio
    Bronte
    Olivia <3

    Good Luck!

  4. #7
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    My first thought was Nyx as well.

    Or you could spell Lilith with a y---Lilyth or Lylith

    I love the name Darcy!

    There's also Layla, Carey, Karayan, Mindy

    I think to get the y you might have to alter the spelling.
    Ravyn
    Sabyl
    Melany
    Delya (Delia is the Greek moon goddess)
    Olivia/Livia/Livy/Liv : Thessaly/Darah/Bethel : Noelle/Eve
    Benedict/Eli: Jude/Zane: Luke/Darius : Levi/Phineas/Calvin


  5. #9
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    Ebony
    Onyx
    Nyx
    Midnight - Direct, but feels a bit like a cat name to me.
    Layla (though I prefer Laila/Leila)
    Branwen
    Vesper/Hesper/Hesperia - means evening.
    Vespertine (You could spell it -tyne I guess, like Leontyne) - Wikipedia says: "Vespertine is a term used in the life sciences to indicate something of, relating to, or occurring in the evening. In botany, a vespertine flower is one that opens or blooms in the evening. In zoology, the term is used for a creature that becomes active in the evening, such as bats and owls. [...]

    The term vespertine is derived from the Latin word vesper, meaning evening."

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