View Poll Results: Which do you like best
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May 13th, 2013 11:03 PM #6Please vote on my names list http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9831892
Mary Wildflower, Fae, Edith (Edie), Ida, Beatrix, Jean, Winifred (Winnie), Phaedra, Thisbe, Sylvie, Cordelia, Magnolia, Catherine, Mimosa
Arto, Lawson, William, Rupert, Albert, Makepeace, Wetherell
Rabbits Eleanore Saffron Nightingale & Gethin Abraham Jubilee(Bob/Bobby), Lizard Ute (German Ooteh), Guinea pigs Marmaduke Hubbard & Algernon (LG)
May 13th, 2013 11:07 PM #8Senior Member
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May 13th, 2013 11:11 PM #10
May 13th, 2013 11:14 PM #12Senior Member
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I voted for Henry Graham and Griffin Rory. I adore Griffin and completely disagree that it is a name no one would ever want to have. I think it's a great name. I almost voted for Rory Sullivan as well, but I figured voting for three would not be very helpful, so I narrowed it down to my two favorites. Overall, they are all fantastic names/combos -- you can't go wrong!Mom to Alexander Patrick (11), Madelyn Esther (8), Genevieve Susan (3), and Theodore James (stillborn at 37 weeks on February 3, 2014). Expecting #5 in May 2015.
Boys: Everett, Sebastian, Augustus, Samuel, Abraham, Elias, Julian, Silas, Nicholas, Desmond, Jasper, Ezekiel
Girls: Bridget, Felicity, Elizabeth, Leona, Ophelia, Caroline, Aurelia, Elysia, Callista, Miriam, Isabelle, Delilah
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May 14th, 2013 12:18 AM #14
I voted for Sullivan Graham Barnett. Knowing the last name helped a ton... Although I liked some of the other names, Sullivan stood out from the crowd because of the flow. You have 3 syllables, 1 syllable, 2 syllables... this is ideal for flow, where each name has a different # of syllables. The others flow well, but I'd say not nearly as well... esp. Griffin Rory Barnett, where each name has 2 syllables. This is why knowing the last name matters...
Also, Sullivan's a great name. To me, I connect it with the 19th century, which makes it seem more gallant and manly. I also think of Sullivan Ballou's letter during the Civil War... So, I think of a loving, compassionate, gentle, romantic man...
Henry is just so common sounding. It is classic, but doesn't have any wow factor for me. Graham is nice, but maybe with a different mn. Rory is not even on the same level as the other names for me. Griffin is quite nice, but feels much more trendy. So I think I'm officially putting in for Sullivan.Emiliana Pari Debuts July 2014Soren Pasha, Caspian Bardia, Raphael