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May 7th, 2013 09:52 AM #21
Just to echo everyone else, Violet is a nice name, but it is becoming popular, so it's not as uncommon as you think! I also like Serena and Magnolia.
Luna - I love the connection to my name, Diana, and the thought of a "Little Luna" is just adorable. I also like names where I can provide a Chinese nickname, which would be Xiao Yue (Little Moon)
Flora - I like short and sweet names, obviously, and this one is just so classic and sweet. Also another easy Chinese nickname: Xiao Hua (little flower)
Euphemia - This one is just super sweet sounding, it really doesn't fit in with my other favorites, but I still adore it. I love the nickname Euphie.
Caroline - Another one that doesn't fit in, but it grew on me after watching 2 Broke Girls. I just love the sound.
Artemis - Another name I like due to the connection to my name. She's also my favorite goddess. I think Missy could be a cute nickname
May 7th, 2013 10:06 AM #23
I really like your favorites, Serena in particular.
Zoe- I've loved this name a very long time. It took just as long a time to convince the fiance but he came around. I love the meaning, I love the sound.. The image I have in my head is a little girl running down a hill, laughing, with wild curly hair streaming behind her. It's crazy, I know, but that's what I see when I say the name.
Noemí- It's my fiance's favorite, but I've grown to love it too. It reminds me of a favorite blanket or sweatshirt.. comfortable, warm and peaceful. It makes me happy. Lately I've been contemplating using Zoe and Noemí together... Zoe Noemí
Elinor- I love the way it sounds, I love the history, and I love how elegant it looks.
Cassandra- it's sassy and spunky
Alina- every Alina I've known has been a beautiful person inside and out so I feel like I could give that to a future daughter.
Anastasia- the meaning is my favorite.
I have a few outliers- Cecilia, Lucía, Ophelia, Elizabeth and Catherine.Mi corazón
Niñas- Noemí Aurora, nn Nora, Leila, Isela
Niños- Lucas Emmanuel, Levi Elijah, Aaron
May 7th, 2013 10:30 AM #25Senior Member
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Fiona- Beautiful name! I also adore the nn Fi/Fifi. Also, the alliteration with the last name is not a problem, so long as you don't use another name that starts with "F" in the middle.
Ivy- Timeless. Ivy Annabelle sounds lovely.
Violet- Love it. Vi is also a cute nn.
Susanna- Feminine and pretty. I prefer Susannah though.
Maya- Although I also pronounce this name as my-uh, I can see how others would pronounce the name as may-uh.
Serena- I agree completely! I still love Sabrina as well though.
Wonderful list! Here's my list:
Amelia: I love the name Emily, but Amelia is a wonderful alternative.
Beatrice “Trixie”: I adore the nn and the meaning: 'Blessed, brings happiness'
Diana: Meaning: 'Divine'
Naomi: Meaning: 'My joy, delight'
Nora: Family name.
Phoebe “Feebs”: Meaning: 'Radiant, shining one'. The problem is that I also love the name Holden for a boy, and I don't want to copy the characters' names from Catcher in the Rye!
Vera: Meaning: 'Faith; truth'.
Timeless/Popular names (that I would most likely use for middles): Anna, Charlotte, Elizabeth, Jane, Victoria
May 7th, 2013 10:33 AM #27Member
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May 7th, 2013 10:34 AM #29Senior Member
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Love your top girl names, especially Fiona and Ivy.
My favorite girl names would have to be (in no particular order)
Clara: I love this name, and it's association with the Nutcracker. I did ballet as a little girl and loved it. Clara sounds charming and beautiful to me and would age well on a little girl imo.
Daphne: This name is pretty awesome to me as well, it's very pretty and not very common (especially where I am from). I think it is feminine and pretty.
Eleanor: Love this name, I feel it's elegant and classic. Plus has great nn potential.
Ivy: To me this is classic, simple, and stunning. Easy to spell, easy to say and brings in my mind a very pretty and sweet lady.
Violet: I know one of the sweetest ladies with this name, so to me it is beautiful and reminds me of a woman who has a wonderful heart!
Moira: This is one of my favorite names, unfortunately for me it'll never get used as a baby name b/c DH thinks it's weird and "made up", which it isn't, but whatever. I think it's stunning and underused and it was Wendy from Peter Pan's middle name, loved Peter Pan growing up.
Merida: This name is a newer favorite of mine, it's spunky, sassy, and pretty all at once!