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April 10th, 2013 05:18 PM #6** The opinions expressed above are not meant to be reflective of Nameberry as a whole but are my opinion and mine alone. **
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April 10th, 2013 06:45 PM #8Senior Member
- Join Date
- Dec 2011
Riley - Prefer for a boy.
Megan - Was so over done in my generation that I am just bored of it and all it's various spellings and pronunciations.
Macey - It's cute, prefer Macie.
Harper - A bit trendy, but not a bad name.
Heather - See Megan. Also I find it too, breathy if that makes sense.
Victoria - Love it. Strong, classic, and feminine without being too frilly.
Ariana - It's cute. Not a personaly favorite, but still nice.
Aubrey - Meh.
Aurelia - Love.
Aviana - Love.
Dalis - Dallas* It's a huge pet peeve of mine when people misspell words.
Peyton - Not a fan.
Jackson - Alright, bit overdone for me.
Caleb - Meh, again it's ok. Just NMS.
Seth - Love it.
Mason - Love.
Percy - Weasley. But even without that association it sounds a bit prissy.
Darien - Prefer Darion, but I do like it.
Dalton - Alright.
Austin - Alright.
Connor - Meh, again overdone.
Ja(y)ce - Jace. It's cute, simple and to the point.
Tanner - Nope. Should be left as a word.
Gideon - Alright.
Gannon - No thank you.
Holdon - It's nice, not a favorite, but nice.
Kenton - See Holdon.
Emeric - No thank you.
Phelan - As in a felon/felony?
Aeneas - No.
Za(y)ne - Zane. I like it.
April 10th, 2013 07:33 PM #10
In order of what I like
Aubrey - love
Ariana - pretty
Macey - I like it, but there are too many spellings for me to love it
Aviana - interesting, but not fabulous
Megan - meh, I know dozens, it's fine. I really like Meg
Heather - meh, it's okay
Riley - not for a girl
Harper - not a fan, too trendy sounding
Peyton - trendy
Victoria - not one I like
Aurelia - aureola
Dalis - no, hate
Zane - love
Darien - I like it a lot!
Seth - love
Gideon - love
Caleb - nice
Emeric - I don't mind this one actually
Jackson - meh, it's okay, quite common
Mason - meh
Connor - meh, really common, not a favorite
Dalton - meh, not terrible
Austin - meh
Jace - okay
Aeneas - meh, maybe as a middle
Tanner - meh, trendy
Holdon - not fond
Kenton - not one I like
Percy - sorry, it's all old man for me
Gannon - no
Phelan - phallic, felonOlivia/Livia/Livy/Liv : Thessaly/Darah/Bethel : Noelle/Eve
Benedict/Eli: Jude/Zane: Luke/Darius : Levi/Phineas/Calvin
April 11th, 2013 01:05 AM #12Senior Member
- Join Date
- Jan 2011
Riley - too gender neutral for me
Megan - ok, slightly dated, but maybe will be cool again for our kids
Macey - eh
Harper - I don't love the sound of this name
Heather - I think this is a pretty name
Victoria - love it
Ariana - pretty, but it's hard to stand out from other similar names
Aubrey - ok, but I like audrey better
Aurelia - Love it
Aviana - pretty, but so many avas out there, I don't know if I'd want it.
Dalis - pronounced like the city in Texas? I would not use
Peyton - trendy
Jackson - a little trendy
Caleb - biblical, not my favorite sound
Seth - ok
Mason - not my style
Percy - I am not bold enough to give this to a man
Darien - never heard of it
Dalton - yes! I know a little boy with this and it's very cute on him.
Austin - I would use only if there was a connection to the Texas city
Connor - OK
Ja(y)ce - eh, trendy
Tanner - no
Gideon - I would love to meet one, but I don't know if I want one myself
Gannon - no
Holdon - no, hold- on?, not even holden? don't like either
Kenton - no
Emeric - hmmm... made up, but sounds ok
Phelan - no
Aeneas - difficult pronounciation
Za(y)ne - I like it only without the y
April 11th, 2013 02:05 AM #14
Riley - I like this for a boy or a girl, I don't really have a preference. It works nice as a middle name paired with a really girly first name.
Megan - kinda dated, but not bad
Macey - I prefer Maisie.
Harper - the Harper train has come and gone in my opinion.
Heather - 80s
Victoria - can be nice if paired with a more modern or trendy name
Ariana - very pretty!
Aubrey - I prefer Audrey
Aurelia - gorgeous!
Aviana - not my style, but not bad
Dalis - dislike a lot
Peyton - cute
I like Maisie, but only spelled that way. Ariana and Auriela are close seconds and thirds. Riley and Peyton are nice as well, but I think both could be paired with a really girl name. Ariana Peyton for example.
Jackson - nice
Caleb - I like this a lot
Seth - love
Mason - like
Darien - dislike
Dalton - eh
Austin - LOVE
Connor - like a lot!
Ja(y)ce - prefer Jase or Jace
Tanner - kinda trendy, but I like it
Gideon - great middle name
Gannon - dislike
Holdon - prefer Holden
Kenton - dislike
Emeric - dislike
Phelan - dislike
Aeneas - dislike
Za(y)ne - dislike
Seth, Mason, Austin, Gideon are my faves.“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”
-George R.R. Martin
alyssa ϟ twenty-one ϟ usa ϟ name lover
If I ever have a baby, I would name him or her:
Charlotte Matilda |Augustus Henry
Anastasia Louise, Clara Penelope, Amelia Caitlin / Aiden James, Jase Alexander, Renly Isaac