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May 18th, 2013 09:17 PM #6Senior Member
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Love...(names I would use myself)
Neutral...(names I like, but wouldn't use and names that I am just plain neutral on)
Kaida (my niece's name, except she spells it Kayda)
Hate...(names I don't like at all and would never use)
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May 18th, 2013 09:50 PM #8Senior Member
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- May 2012
Have you tried thinking of first-middle name combos yet? That was helpful for me when it came time to narrow down.
Combos I would suggest/like from your list include:
May 18th, 2013 09:52 PM #10
I love these names for their beauty, spunkiness, depth and/or history.
Good For Middle Names
Alice MagdalenaAll the best,
May 18th, 2013 09:53 PM #12
Marina- I like it. Uncommon, but familiar.
Lily- Who doesn't love Lily? As long as you aren't concerned about popularity, this is perfect.
Ella- I like this, but I think Etta or Eleanor would be fresher alternatives to this borderline-trendy name.
Elsie/Elsy- I love Elsie, especially as a nickname for Elsa. Sounds spunky!
Ruby- LOVE Ruby. The Rolling Stones song is a nice musical connection.
Lucy- Eh. I'm getting sort of bored with this. I hear it everywhere. I'd much prefer to meet a little Lucia/Luciana/Lucienne.
Florence- See Eleanora.
Hazel- I adore this. Such a sweet name!
Holly- It's pretty, but not so fresh anymore.
Natalie- See Holly.
Valerie/Valeria- I think there are lots of better names out there.
Lettie- I prefer this as a nickname, and I think it would be the perfect short form of Ayelet.
India- I love India, but it's caused some huge fights on Nameberry over history between England and India.
Kaida- I don't care for this. It seems like it could be possibly trendy.
Mila- I like Mila a lot. It's really closely associated with Mila Kunis though. I like Milena even more.
Mirela- I don't know about this.
Ema-Nikol- Do you mean Emma-Nicole? That would make a lot more sense, and look/sound prettier.
Magdalena- I like it! NN Maggie is so cute.
Zaira- I like Zara better, but this is beautiful too.
Bárbara- Barbara is so unstylish, and adding the accent mark doesn't make it much better...
Mireia- I like the idea a lot! I'm not sure about the spelling though.
Alice- PERFECT! I lovelovelove Alice. Always a gorgeous choice.
Alexandra- I think this is gorgeous, but a tad overused.
Sara- I'm not a fan. Classic, but seems somehow boring.
Stella- Stella is so pretty! I always like this.
Verena- I like it! Underused, with plenty of history and a really lovely sound.
Castilia- I don't love it. Camilla, maybe?
Phoebe- Adore Phoebe! Familiar but uncommon, plenty of history and a fun sound. Would be great on everyone from a little girl to a businesswoman.
Daphée- Do you mean Daphne? Because this sounds... Daffy.
Agnès- Beautiful. I love this name!
Jane- Supposedly plain, but not so common and packs a punch.
Maia- I think this is okay, but you have prettier names on this list.
Ramona- I've never cared for Ramona. It reminds me of the character from the children's series and tomato sauce.
Oriana- I like it! Really pretty.
Noa- I don't care for it. Too close to the masculine Noah.
Aylin- Sounds plain and unfinished.
Ayla- This I like! I prefer Isla, though.
Anya- Lovely! Such a pretty sound.
Amaryllis- Too out there for me, but you're probably more courageous than me!
Rosie- I prefer this as a nn for Rose, Rosemarie, Rosalie, etc.
Willa- I like Willa. It's friendly and down-to-earth, but vintage and uncommon.
Blythe- Love Blythe! Happy, sweet, and works on anyone.
Chloe- Eh. When I was a little girl, I always wanted a Border Collie named Chloe. To this day, I think of a collie when I hear it.
Darcy- I don't love this. It seems masculine to me, possibly due to the Mr. Darcy association.
Eilidh [ay-lee]- I love this!
Nico- I knew a boy named this. What about maybe Nicoline nn Nico?
Anwen- Pretty, but I prefer Arwen.
Casie- Sounds dated to me.
Cordelia- Absolutely gorgeous! Love the meaning- "heart".
Daisy- Pretty, but I prefer it as a nn for Marguerite.
Drema- Sounds too close to the word drama to me.
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May 18th, 2013 10:38 PM #14
♥ Clara Dean Lucy Dominic ♡
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