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April 15th, 2013 08:59 AM #6Junior Member
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- Sep 2012
I like Roxana Emerald the best I can't get on board with the name Milena (or any other variations of it) because it reminds me too much of a medical term. Only look it up if you want to know. I used to work in emergency rooms and I remember a couple of women coming in with a variation of Melena and there were comments made about their names. It's unfortunate because it is a cute name... just thought you'd want to know before you decide Good luck!!
April 15th, 2013 10:24 AM #8Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna. 22. INFJ. Name nerd.
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April 15th, 2013 10:31 AM #10
Milena - I like it quite a lot. It doesn't really feel like my style, either, haha, but there's just something about it! I'm not really a Mila fan, but I think Millie and Lena are cute nns. Even Leni.
Wilhelmina - meh. I've loved Mina for years, and I've come to love Willa about a year ago, but I was always iffy on Wilhelmina. It just seemed so unattractive to me. But lately I've been coming to appreciate it. Someone posted Wilhelmina Daisy a while back and I thought that was just perfect. I'm not sure about Wilhelmina Emerald, though--I think the styles quite clash.
Lucilla - och, brilliant! I've never much been a Lucille fan, but there's something about Lucilla! It quite reminds me of Marilla and Camilla, both of which I adore. Maybe that's why I like Lucilla.
Rachel - och, swoon. Who cares if Rachel's plain? She's brilliant! She seems so sweet, I would love to have a Rachel one day. For what it's worth, I like Rachel Emerald. Probably because Emerald's unexpected, and I tend to like "E" names with Rachel. But I think an unexpected MN really helps freshen Rachel up.
Monica - meh, not really my thing. I never got the appeal, and a friend sort of just ruined it for me, so I like it even less. I think pretty much everyone will think Lewinsky after Monica, but it is a nice name.
Prudence - meh, I don't really like the witchy appeal, and otherwise, it just seems like a really old lady name, I can't really see the appeal. I do think Pru is pretty cute, though.
Roxana - I went to school with a Roxana, nn Roxy. I think it's a fun name. Not really something I would use, but I do like it.
Lucilla and Rachel are my favorites.Ashley
twenty-something namenerd and aspiring novelist
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April 15th, 2013 11:27 AM #12Senior Member
Pondering names for a hypothetical #7. Combos on the short list: Grace Elizabeth, Lucy Caroline, Peter Gregory and John Benedict
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- Feb 2010
April 15th, 2013 12:40 PM #14frontrunners:
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