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May 24th, 2013 12:40 PM #6
Elisabeth Kate - it's fine, prefer Elisabeth to Elizabeth
Cassandra Vivienne - nice, especially Vivienne
Rosalie Nicole - lovely first, terrible middle! Maybe Rosalia?
Charlotte Lorraine - blah. Dislike Lorraine
Catalina Lucy - very nice
Mackinley Alice - Alice is nice, Mackinley I really don't like.
Anneliese Scarlett - meh
Abbigail Mackenna - dislike the middle, Abigail is nice but looks like a typo with two b's
Hadleigh Grace - would be nice with the spelling HadleyTwo small people, Mila and Cato.
Atlas Constantine, Atlas Octavian, Abel Caius
Sylvia Cleo, Lyra Penrose Blythe
May 24th, 2013 03:11 PM #8
May 24th, 2013 03:25 PM #10Senior Member
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Elisabeth Kate "Elise" - I like this, it's classic and beautiful. I really like the nn Elise with Elisabeth, which I would have never thought of using.
Cassandra Vivienne "Cassie" or "Cassia" - Hmmm... I like both of these names they just don't seem to flow as well to me
Rosalie Nicole (don't love this middle, but can't think of anything else) - Rosalie is gorgeous, I definitely like Rosalie, how about Rosalie Elisabeth, Rosalie Margaret, Rosalie Maeve, Rosalie Eleanor, Rosalie Catherine?
Charlotte Lorraine "Charlie" (but would probably just go by Charlotte) - Charlotte Lorraine is very pretty, I would just be aware that Charlotte seems pretty popular, (maybe I'm wrong though)
Catalina Lucy "Cate" - I like Catalina and I like Lucy, but not together. How about Catalina Lucille or Catalina Lucinda?
Mackinley Alice "Kinzie" - I don't really like this, I like Alice, but I know many girls with the name Kinzie/Kenzie
Anneliese Scarlett "Annie" - Cute
Abbigail Mackenna "Abbie" - I like this is it is spelled Abigail, the double b looks strange to me.
Hadleigh Grace - Cute, but I would prefer just Hadley spelling.
May 24th, 2013 03:56 PM #12
Elisabeth Kate "Elise" - Cut!
Cassandra Vivienne "Cassie" or "Cassia" - Liking Vivienne, not Cassandra. I think it's a personal thing, though. The combo's a little long, too.
Rosalie Nicole (don't love this middle, but can't think of anything else) - Like it! How about Rosalie Violet, Rosalie Sage, or Rosalie Claire?
Charlotte Lorraine "Charlie" (but would probably just go by Charlotte) - Cute, but I'm not a fan of the fact that both have double letters.
Catalina Lucy "Cate" - Love this! Catalina is cute and fresh, and goes well with Lucy. NN is perfect!
Mackinley Alice "Kinzie" - I'll admit, I first thought the nn doesn't make any sense. And I prefer Mckinley spelled just like that, since it's the original spelling. But Mckinley Alice is nice!
Anneliese Scarlett "Annie" - I love your nicknames! Unfortunately, the s sound runs this name together alot, which is awkward imo.
Abbigail Mackenna "Abbie" - I agree the double b is unnecessary and odd. I prefer the spelling Mckenna, it seems less trendy. Never liked Abigail that much to start with, actually.
Hadleigh Grace - I adore the name Hadley, but I prefer ley. I know it's traditionally the masculine spelling, but I think Hadleigh looks too trendy.~*~**~*Larissa~*~**~*
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May 24th, 2013 04:48 PM #14
Elisabeth Kate "Elise" - Classic and spunky
Cassandra Vivienne "Cassie" or "Cassia" - two wonderful names but a little long in the same combo
Rosalie Nicole - Rosalie is pretty but I don't care for Nicole.
Charlotte Lorraine "Charlie" - I love Charlotte but I don't like the flow of the l's in this combo. Lorraine Charlotte sounds better but I do prefer Charlotte as a first name. How about Charlotte Rosalie?
Catalina Lucy "Cate" - Again, the l's are not ideal. Lucy Catalina flows better.
Mackinley Alice "Kinzie" - Can't stand Mc/Mac names. Would you consider Alice McKinley?
Anneliese Scarlett "Annie" - I love Anneliese but Scarlett is trendy and has too many negative associations
Abbigail Mackenna "Abbie" - Don't ruin a classic name with a teen spelling, please! How's that for honesty? Abigail Mackenna looks much better.
Hadleigh Grace - Another terrible spelling. Hadley Grace is fine!All the best,