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Thread: opinions on these names
May 8th, 2013 02:20 PM #1
opinions on these names
So guys I really need opinions on my girl combo lists
Arya Winter Rose
Amelie Lovely Imogen or Amelie Winter Pearl
Please guys tell what you think I should keep and what I should drop"And so, being young and dipt in folly. I fell in love with melancholy,."- Edgar Allan Poe
May 8th, 2013 02:30 PM #3Senior Member
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Isabella Marie - I'd prefer Isabel Maria, it's slightly less generic. Marie is a pretty filler middle name, and I'm so over -bella names.
Annabelle Wren - Like Annabel in that spelling, Wren I don't care for but it works here.
Rosalind Ella - I like Rosalind, I think Rosalind Ellen might work slightly better
Alice Evangeline - I find Alice a bit bland and Evangeline is too frilly for my tastes
Arabella Snow - See Isabella, though Snow makes a rather interesting middle
Juliet Noelle - I don't like either of these names
Amabel Esme - Esme's nice, I fear Amabel will be mistaken for Annabel though a lot
Melisande Fleur - I actually really like this combo
Anastasia Rose - Ditto, though I prefer other Anna- names to Anastasia.
Winter Sophie -I don't like season or month names much, and it hasn't got the best flow. Winter Sophia works better.
Rowan Jane - Pretty sure there's a Berry on here with a daughter with that exact same combo. I don't mind either name, though I don't love either, either.
Primrose Victoria - Prefer Rose to Primrose, which is too Hunger Games for me. Victoria's nice, Rose Victoria would be lovely.
Ondine Juliet - Never heard Ondine before, not sure of it though, looks a bit made up to me, like London without the L in a weird accent.
Arya Winter Rose - I actually rather like this. Winter's nicer in the middle, IMO.
Amelie Lovely Imogen - Lovely would just be asking for teasing. Amelie and Imogen are nice enough names - Amelie Imogen Rose?
Amelie Winter Pearl - Prefer this Amelie combo, though I don't care for Pearl
Emilia Lauren - Love Emilia, but Lauren doesn't seem to flow, too L heavy I think. Emilia Fleur or Emilia Rowan maybe?
Genevieve Rose - Have never liked Genevieve (I'm probably the only Berry who doesn't, as it's a favourite on here). Prefer Jennifer or Eve
Anna Katherine * Lydia Ellen * Zoe Madeleine * Phoebe ___ * Imogen ___ * Emilia ___Samuel * Thomas * Charlie * Reuben * Oliver * George
May 8th, 2013 02:32 PM #5Senior Member
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May 8th, 2013 02:39 PM #7"And so, being young and dipt in folly. I fell in love with melancholy,."- Edgar Allan Poe
May 8th, 2013 02:53 PM #9Senior Member
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Hm. I think you may not be considering how the overall flavor of the names work together.
Persephone Anne - Persephone is mythological, fecund, strange. Anne is ultra-classic, spare, serious. They feel mismatched to me.
Hazel November Iris - Hazel and Iris together- too much botanical for one name. November's rather... unsubtle. I prefer Octavia. Persephone Iris could work (both mythological, both call up images of spring...)
Charlotte Grace - both so classic, so not at all surprising. Hazel Grace perhaps?
Saskia Adelheid - Saskia is a sexy spy in a little black dress, Adelheid is a galumphing German opera singer.
Juniper Eve - Yes, this works. Juniper is snappy and modern but evocative, Eve is a simple, crisp counterpoint.
Indigo Belle - Yes, this works too.. but it's a little cartoonish.
Lyric Josephine - Oh please don't inflict Lyric on dear Josephine. Hazel Josephine perhaps?
Eva Madeleine - Eva is nms, ditto Madeleine. But this combination is unobjectionable.
Aveline Belle - Aveline is lovely. I think you can do better than Belle..
Hadley Jane - very Southern. Sweet, but not terribly unexpected. Aveline Jane could be great.