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Thread: Sister for Beatrix Louise
January 6th, 2013 10:34 PM #6Ashley
twenty-something namenerd and aspiring novelist
Isabelle + Arianne + Olivia + Violet + Charlotte + Emmeline + Grace + Eleni
Caleb + Everett + Jack + Avery + Samuel + Caspar + Grant + Rory
January 6th, 2013 10:36 PM #8Junior Member
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January 6th, 2013 10:43 PM #10
January 7th, 2013 11:45 PM #12
Ha, Theo was my boy name for Beatrix, too. And Louisa was another possibility, but that is clearly off of your list. I also considered...
Georgia (but it didn't work with my last name)
Lucinda (might be too close to Louise?)
Alice (but might be too conservative with Beatrix)
I considered a few others, but I wouldn't pair them with Beatrix, so I left them off the list.
So, trying them in a set...
Bea, Theo, and Daphne
Bea, Theo, and Greta
Bea, Theo, and Imogen
Bea, Theo, and Adelaide
Bea, Theo, and Verity
Bea, Theo, and Georgia (maybe Bea, Theo, and Gigi?)
Bea, Theo, and Lucinda (maybe Bea, Theo, and Lucy? Bea, Theo, and Lulu?)
Bea, Theo, and Cordelia
Bea, Theo, and AliceMom to the delightful Be@trix He1en Luci11e (2011)
Loving Margaret (nn Maisie), Louisa (nn Lulu), and Frederick (nn Fritz) for future children.
January 8th, 2013 12:23 AM #14Senior Member
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Is it just me or does Bea sound best as the second name? For example, I think Daphne goes pretty well with Beatrix but when I say the two together I want to say "Daphne and Bea" not the other way around. Same with Theo. Oh well, guess there's no changing the order now!
Some great suggestions - thank you. I think Violet is the cutest paired with Beatrix but it is so popular - especially relative to Beatrix. Isadora nn Izzy is also adorable. It's a name I wouldn't have considered but now that I need something that can "compete" with the strength of the name Beatrix, it's sounding better. Same with Daphne. Not really my style before, but now my style is "Beatrix" and I do think it goes with Beatrix. Imogen is also cute with Beatrix though I feel it's quite a bit softer in feeling.
What do you think of Beatrix and Harriet?
Beatrix, Theodore and Harriet
Bea, Theo and Hattie?
I feel Beatrix is very clunky/cool, old lady, spunky...Can you think of other names along these lines?