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April 18th, 2013 12:31 PM #1Senior Member
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April 18th, 2013 01:50 PM #3
April 18th, 2013 02:04 PM #5
Amity Calista- love this.
Blythe Eloise- like.
Calliope Eloise- I love Calliope, but not sure I like it or not with Eloise.
Cecelia Ivy- like it, but I think I prefer Caecilia or Cecilia spelling.
Daphne Susannah- not sure.
Eloise Susannah- dislike.
Genevieve Gisele- not sure.
Phoebe Lorelei- so pretty but a bit mouthful, but maybe it's just me.
Susannah Blythe- okay.
Vivian Calliope- I think I prefer Calliope Vivienne.
Wilhemina Ivy- pretty.
Claudia Arwen- nice. I especially love Arwen.Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna. 22. INFJ. Name nerd.
Seraphina Juliette Audrey | Evangeline Laetitia | Catalina Ariadne
Violetta Leonora Catherine | Isabelle Faustina Clare | Valencia Lyra Amoret
Peregrine Cedric | Gavriel Alexander Callum | James Lucias Auberon | Caspian Felix
Clemency | Clementine | Helena | Annabelle | Rosalind
Callista | Belphoebe | Bellatrix | Valentina | Vanessa | Caroline | Talitha
Damien | Orion | Altair | Cadmus | Jason | Perseus | Stellan | Amias
April 18th, 2013 08:41 PM #7Senior Member
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Amity Calista - Both names are pretty. I'm not sure they go well together, though.
Blythe Eloise - I'm sorry, I really dislike Blythe, but Eloise is nice.
Calliope Eloise - This is very nice.
Cecelia Ivy - This, too, is excellent, although I prefer the traditional spelling of Cecilia.
Daphne Susannah - Stunning. My favorite on your list.
Eloise Susannah - The "S" sounds at the end of Eloise and the start of Susannah run together when I say it, which I don't like.
Genevieve Gisele - Pretty, but again I like the usual spelling of Giselle better.
Phoebe Lorelei - Not bad.
Susannah Blythe - Hate Blythe, once again, but in the middle it's more acceptable.
Vivian Calliope - This is probably my second favorite on your list. I absolutely adore Vivian.
Wilhelmina Ivy - It's okay, but I think there are better names on your list.
Claudia Arwen - I would like it better as Arwen Claudia, which I think is lovely. The other way around sounds awkward to me.
April 18th, 2013 10:35 PM #9
Juliet, Willow, Camilla, Luna, Genevieve, Lorelai, Clarice, Emmeline, Isla, Eloise, Amelia, Mabel, Aurelia, Lumina, Lavender
Declan, Camden, Leo, Luca, Oliver, Rhys, Griffin, Milo, Yves, Rémy, Theo, Jasper, Gavin, Anders, Félix, Ollivander, Maxim