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April 7th, 2013 01:12 PM #6
Meadow - Best used as a quirky mn choice. I would think that her parents were new wave hippies.
Violet - Vintage flower name. I would imagine her parents are traditional with a love of flowers and gardening.
Amara - Parents wanted something feminine but different. It's pretty.
Luna - Trendy cosmic name. I'm not really a fan.
Valentine - A unisex name best used in the middle spot. Parents wanted a more romantic Saint name.
Audrey - Elegant, sophisticated and classic. Traditional parents weren't concerned with popularity.
Autumn - I find this name dated. Youngish parents?
Lucille - Vintage charm. Parents watched "I Love Lucy" as a child so it's filled with nostalgia.
Marlowe - A trendy, unisex celebrity-child name. It's ok but her parents may read the tabloids too much.
Matilda - A royal name that has loads of history. Parents wanted a really old name with spunk.
Sasha - OK but nothing exciting. Parents didn't like to take the traditional route and choose Alexandra. They liked Sasha better.
Willa - A literary name of simplicity and strength. Parents read "My Antonia" by Willa Cather when they were young.
Luana - This makes me think of Housewives Luann. A feisty child.
Elise - Pretty but getting a lot of attention. Parents may be Beethoven fans.
Emilie - Emily is pretty but overused. This French spelling is fine but it still sounds the same, doesn't it? These parents have a belief that if they spell a common name in a different way, it makes it more unique. Sorry but it doesn't.All the best,
April 7th, 2013 01:22 PM #8
Meadow – way too hippy dippy, could never take a Meadow seriously
Violet – I like it but its a bit blah. Rising in popularity too.
Amara – love this. Very nice.
Luna – Luna – tic . Not a fan.
Valentine – best in the middle.
Audrey – classy and feminine.
Autumn – a month. I like it in the middle though.
Lucille – love it, although a little tainted after reading the walking dead comics
Marlowe – not a first name.
Matilda – great but if you're Australian its pretty popular
Sasha – too nicknamey
Willa – feels too short and nicknamey
Luana – really dislike, so insubstantial. How about Louisa?
Elise – pretty.
Emilie – the spelling will be a pain in the ass, just go with Emily.cassia | vivian | flora
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April 7th, 2013 01:29 PM #10Senior Member
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Meadow - wonderful, spunky name, I have also considered it myself
Violet - fine classic, though I feel it is a bit overused
Amara - sounds like smth from Middle east, not sure is it bad or good for you.
Luna - it means "moon" in my mother tongue so I find it a bit funny, but pretty.
Valentine (-ine, not -een) - don't like it for a girl. I prefer Valentina.
Audrey - it's pretty but too common for my taste.
Autumn - very popular but I can't help loving it! Great name.
Lucille - I never understood the appeal of all Luc-names so I don't like it.
Marlowe - NMS.
Matilda - sorry, but it sounds as an old lady name. I don't think it looks fresh now even with a nn.
Sasha - I much prefer Alexandra nn Sasha,
Willa - fine, but I like Willow more.
Luana - I prefer Luna.
Elise - not a fan, same problem as Matilda.
Emilie - fine name, but may be too popular if you don't like to use the names from Top 20.
April 7th, 2013 01:46 PM #12Senior Member
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April 7th, 2013 02:00 PM #14Senior Member
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Meadow - don't like it. sounds like a hippie name or something. just can't take it seriously
Violet - love this one, adorable
Amara - not a fan
Luna - just makes me think of Harry Potter or the moon.
Valentine - valentines day. I don't like this as a name
Audrey - this one's okay, but not my style
Autumn - I guess I just don't like object/season/day names, don't like this either
Lucille - LOVE
Marlowe - cute, but I like Marlee better
Matilda - okay
Sasha - okay
Willa - not a fan
Luana - maybe with nn Lucy?
Elise - LOVE LOVE LOVE this one. I plan on using this as a nn for my first daughter
Emilie - LOVE this one as well. I know an Emilie, and I like this spelling much better than the traditional spelling because Emily is sooo overused.