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Thread: HELP! I need creative Berries!!
March 30th, 2013 07:57 PM #6Senior Member
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Add to Carrie sound: Carson
Brian - (sound) Brandon, Ian, Brianna, Breena, Bryn, Brynna (meaning) Gabriel, Clare, Ken
Lauren - (sound) Lawrence, Lorelai, Laurel (see Laura for others) (meaning) (same as Laura)
Louise - (sound) Louisa, Louis, Lewis, Lucy, Lucia, Eloise, Eloisa (meaning) Camilla, Earl, Hera
Wilbur - (sound) William, Willa, Willow, Wilfred, Quilliam (meaning) (nothing palatable to me)
Jeannne - (sound) John, Joanna, Joanne, Jean (zhahn for a French boy), Janet, Jane, Jeanette any variation thereof (meaning) (ditto sound)
Rachel - (sound) Raymond, Ray (meaning) Leah (is the other wife of Jacob in the Bible), Howard
Bessie - (sound) Elizabeth, Bettina, Elspeth, Elsie (meaning) Aaron, Abraham, Alexander/a, etc. ("pledged by God")
Bernice - (sound) Eunice, Bertha, Janice, Alice, Bernadette, Bernard (meaning) Alma, Nicholas
Beatrice - (sound) Beatrix, Bea, Trisha, Patricia, Tressa (meaning) Bronwen, Edith, Edmund, Gwen, Juliana
Emerson - (sound) Emily, Emmett, Emma, Emer, Emile (meaning) Emery (means "son of Emery")
Wolfford - (sound) Wolf, Ford, Wolfgang (meaning) ("wolf", anyway) Conor, Conan, Ylva, Ulric
Talmidge - (sound) Matilda, Midge, Madge, Maud (meaning) Umm...don't know what it meands?
Tawes - (sound) Dawes, Lewis, Amos, Wade (the last one just uses similiar letters...) (meaning) (ditto)
Iris - (sound) Daisy, Rose, Lily, Irene, Ireland/Irelyn, Siri, Irving (meaning) Noah, Rainbow
Justin - (sound) Justine, Justina, Joshua, Timothy (meaning) Yoshi ("Righteous" does not provoke many usable results)
Hilary - (sound) Millie, Hilda, Hilga, Hilmar, Larry, Lawrence, Millicent (meaning) Blythe, Asher, Allegra, Joy
Lawrence/Lewis kept coming up a lot. Possibilities? Anyway, hope that helped! (I searched on behindthename.com for meanings)Proud author of Kissimmee, Orlando, Mary, Adam, Mississippi, Micah, Georgette, Evelyn, Diane, Millicent, Maybeline, Prudence, Margo, Jade, Matthew, Susan, Maura, Mil, Floss, and so many many more
March 30th, 2013 09:00 PM #8Senior Member
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You don't have to use a name of a loved one to pick a meaningful name. Are there any places or things that are important to you or your husband? For example, I know a Caroline whose parents met in Charlotte, NC (Charlotte and Caroline are derived from the same root.) Calla Lilies are my grandmother's favorite flowers and she used them at her wedding, so I might consider Callum, Calla, or Lily to honor her. Even generic names like Nadia (means "hope") may carry important meanings with them because of what they symbolize. Try to think of concepts or ideas that might work- I'm sure you'll find lots!
Here are some suggestions based on your list. Again, sorry for repeats:
Laura- see Lauren
Harry- Henry, Hank, Hal, Harriet, Hattie
Carrie- Caroline, Carys
Brian- Bryony, Briallen
Lauren- Lorenzo, Laurensa, Lorena, Lola, Lawrence
Louise- Lula, Alula
Wilbur- William, Willow
Jeannne- Jane, Johanna, Sinead, Giovanna, Gianna, Jana
Bessie- Elizabeth, Isabel, Tess/Tessa, Belle, Elise, Elisa, Lise, Zabel, Sabella
Emerson- Emily, Emma, Emmett
Wolfford - Wolf or names that mean it: Lowell, Kennelly, Conall, Conor, Conri, Cuan, Faolan, Conan, Lyall, Remus, Roman, Romy For girls: Guadalupe, Lupe, Romilly, Roma, Romy
Talmidge- The Hebrew Tal, plus Talia.
Tawes- I like Tawes on its own actually. But there's also Dawes, Tawson/Taweson, and Tawny.
Hilary- Ellery, Alair, Ilaria
Talmidge + Wolfford: Tala, the Algonquin word for "wolf"
Evelyn: Emerson + Lynn
Wolfford + Wilbur: Wilford
Wilbur + Emerson: Wilson
Tawes + Emerson= Tawson
Brian + Emerson= Bryson
Laura/Lauren + Tawes + Emerson = Lawson
Laura/Lauren + Harry = Lawrence, Laurence, or Larry
March 30th, 2013 10:36 PM #10
I'll apologise in advance for repeats if any occur:
Laura - Aurora, Lola, Lottie, Lori, Lara, Lauren, Lorna, Flora, Eleanora, Norah. Larry, Lars, Lawrence/Laurence, Laurent, Laurel.
Lynn - Imogen, Quinn, Finn, Gywin, Winnie, Lynette, Linda. Lynnard or Leonard, Leon, Flynn, Finn, Quinn.
Harry - Harriet, Henrietta, Hattie. Henry, Harold, Harrison, Larry.
Carrie - Caroline, Carol, Cara, Carolyn, Capri, Caprice.
Brian - Briony, Bryant, Bryson, Byron, Briaun, Breanna.
Lauren - Lorenzo, Lola, Wren, Lawrence/Laurence, Laurel, Larry, Laureen, Lorette, Lorna, Lorita, Lorenza
Louise - Eloise, Eloisa, Lousia, Lois, Lulu, Lucia, Louis, Lewis, Heloisa, Louisetta.
Wilbur - Wilfred, Winifred, Silbur, William, Willis, Willa, Willow, Wollow
Jeannne - Jean, Anne, Joan, Annabelle, Joanne, Jeana/Gina, Jenette/Janete, Geanie, Jeanie, Jett, Jeanetta, Ivana (same name but slavic version), John (jean is a french variations of john). Jack, Jackie, Johnson.
Rachel - Rochelle/Rochele, Shelly/Shellie, Rae, Ray, Raymond, Rakele, Rikele.
Bessie - Tessa/Tessie, Jessie/Jesse, Elizabeth, Eliza, Beth, Libby, Isabel, Elle, Elsa.
Bernice - Bernadette, Bernie, Denice, Bernard, Brian, Barry, Colette (meaning), Tori (meaning), Victoria (meaning)
Beatrice - Trisha, Patrice, Beatrix, Patricia.
Emerson - Emelia/Amelia, Emeilia, Emily, Emmaline, Emery, Emmet.
Wolfford - Wolfgang, Ford, Ralph (Wolf meaning)
Talmidge - Talia, Midge, Didge (Bridget), Madge, Marjory.
Tawes - Tawny/Tawni, Tate, Maude
Iris - Irene, Lily, Daisy, Poppy, Rainbow, Ida, Isla, Rose, Flower, Elodie (flower), Flora, Magnolia, Lotus.
Justin - Justine, Julius, Justice, Julian, Jules.
Hilary - Henry, Ellery, Millie (Millicent), Felix (same meaning, happy).
Lysanne - (variation of Elizabeth, same as Bessie), Lynn & Jeanne.
Bryson - Brian & Emerson.
Emmalynn - Emerson & Lynn.
I'm sure there is more but that's all I've got! haha x
March 30th, 2013 11:00 PM #12Senior Member
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You guys are great! Thanks so much for all the suggestions.
March 30th, 2013 11:00 PM #14Senior Member
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