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June 1st, 2013 03:31 AM #51Emiliana Pari Debuts July 2014Soren Pasha, Caspian Bardia, Raphael
June 1st, 2013 05:30 AM #53Senior Member
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Ottilie - I love Aphrodite for little roo.
My faves from you list
Aphrodite Illyria Rose - but maybe this is too much like her original name & therefore doesn't quite have the qualities you are looking for to match her spirit
Aphrodite Tabitha Wren - just beautiful though Tabitha to me is dark green & velvety not sea green & light.
Some other suggestions
Aphrodite Sylvia Wren
Aphrodite Sylvie Willow
Aphrodite Lucy Miranda - these middles are all light to me
Aphrodite Felicity Lark
Good luck, there are some amazing suggestions on this thread. Little too will be well named when you have decidedMum to Jude Michael
June 1st, 2013 09:13 AM #55Member
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June 1st, 2013 10:27 AM #57Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna. 22. Name nerd.
Clemency | Clementine | Juliette | Helena | Isabelle | Annabelle | Evangeline | Seraphina | Rosalind | Violetta
Vanessa | Audrey | Ariadne | Callista | Belphoebe | Bellatrix | Lyra | Valencia | Valentina | Laetitia | Cytherea
Gavriel | Hermes | Flynn | James | Orion | Alexander | Caspian | Peregrine | Marius | Altair | Lucias
Callum | Cadmus | Jason | Perseus | Theseus | Oliver | Éomund | Stellan | Amias
June 1st, 2013 12:48 PM #59
Aphrodite Illyria Celeste is stunning in writing, sound, and image. However, I do understand the desire for two 'normal' middles to go along with the more fanciful Aphrodite.
I'm somewhat rooting to see either Miranda or Vanessa somewhere in her name - Miranda because she's such a great Shakespearian namesake and Vanessa because she's a family name for you and I've seen you mention how much you like that name is other pepole's posts. Both names are familiar yet complex and beautiful and give me images of a vast, beautiful sea.
I do like Cressida, Nerissa, Viola, and Olivia for their Shakespearean nods. However, Olivia and Viola give me dissonant imagery - Olivia is so earthy and Viola is, well, so purple. Cressida and Nerissa have the proper imagery for me, but I rather like that Vanessa and Miranda don't have their roots in Greek mythology; they don't bring a lot of novelty to the table, so to speak. Most people know these names (especially Cressida) from Shakespeare though, so perhaps I'm being silly (and a double dose of mythology is definitely not a bad thing!). Aphrodite Cressida does sound very nice. A final nature/celestial (Willow, Laurel, Celeste, Estelle) or family (Lettice, Poline) name would be a great capper, as others have said. Is Elaine still on the table? She could also be a nice third name to infuse the combo with a bit of Arthurian legend. With such beautiful names, you really can't go wrongLoving right now:
Eulalie Catharina, Beatrix Eveline, Cecily Morgana
Ivo Marius, Euan Casper, Remy Nathaneal, Crispin Adair