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June 10th, 2013 10:43 PM #26
Autumn, Summer, Winter: I've never had a particularly deep love for season names.
Mirabelle: Is a plum. I'm not fond of it as a given name.
Addison: Screams 80's-90's to me, but maybe that's just me.
Copeland: Is this an actual name?
Rosaline: Too frilly and pink, I much prefer Rosalind.
Arizona, Alaska, Jordan, Atlanta: Place names really isn't my thing.
Arabella: Wonderful name, I think it's so beautiful and very elegant.
Cecilia: Not my style, but I prefer this version over Cecelia.
Eve: Makes me think of Eve Harrington from All About Eve - not a great namesake.
Juliet: Again, too girly-girly for me.
Calla: Maybe it's a cultural thing, but that name (along with Willa) sounds so odd to me. Don't like it.
Alyssa: Have never cared for this name.
Venessa (Vanessa): Same as above.
Belle: Another very girly-princessy kind of name. Not my cup of tea.
Anya: Like the Russian pronunciation, dislike pretty much every other pronunciation.
Gwen: Not a fan.
Nova: I kinda like it, though mainly as a middle.
Catalina: Again, not quite my style.
Sophie: Lovely name. Can't go wrong with it, it's a classic.
Savannah: I've actually been intrigued by it for a while. I think it's quite charming.
Clementine: Another very girly name, though it's sweet, I'd never use it myself.
Alva: Beautiful name, it's on my list of favourite girls name, and it's a great alternative to Alma and Alba.
Aviana: I love the name but not with the nickname Avis (car rental service immediately springs to mind).
Thea: Have never really understood the appeal.
Lennox: Annie? No.
Cosette, Eponine: Too tied with Les Misérables.
Aria: Don't like it.
Sutton: Another name that sounds all kinds of wrong in Danish ears.
Clover: Makes me think of Totally Spies!
Alba: Don't care for it.
Casper: Very popular name here in Denmark and definitely not a bad one.
Reeve: Definitely not my style.
Christopher: I like it, it's a classic.
Finn: I'm guilty of being really fond of Fynn, but Finn is nice too.
Trevor: Gives me strong associations to a certain Mr. Longbottom's pet toad.
Connor: A very popular name, but quite frankly I don't understand why.
Avery: Have always seen that name as a girls name, but that might just be me.
Lucas: Beautiful and classic.
Ransom: See Rebel.
Jackson, Rhys, Hudson: No, those only work as surnames for me.
Isaac: It's sweet, it's very popular, but not bad.
Cain: Too biblical for me.
Hayden: Ever since I've seen American Horror Story, I've kinda liked this name on a girl (which is totally off my general style). I dislike it for a boy though.
Asa: One of my absolute favourite names. How can one not love this name.
Alfie: Generally dislike nicknames turned given names, I prefer Alfred with the nickname Alfie.
Harold: Nah, too old-fashioned (says the girl who's into Archibald and Maude).
River: Have never cared for name like this.
Cricket: As a pet name, perhaps, but never as a given name.Exporting old Danish names, Greenlandic names and Greenlandic sibling names
Henry Ásgeirr Edmund • Amaury Charles Fyodor "Theo" • Alexander Adelin Lórien "Sasha" • Asa Edouard Ivik
Cosima Ingrid Zenobia "Mimi" • Matilda/Johanna Ivalo Galadriel "Tilda/Anna" • Gaia Margaret Undómiel • Asta Catherine Françoise
And for the moment: Atticus Elessar Oisín • Aviaaja Agnes Lúthien "Avi"
June 21st, 2013 10:18 PM #28Senior Member
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June 21st, 2013 10:45 PM #30Senior Member
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Summer, Cecilia, Eve, Juliet, Calla, Anya, Nova, Sophie, Clementine, Thea, Winter, Clover, Alba
Casper, Christopher, Finn, Jackson, Isaac, Alfie, River, Rhys
Autumn, Mirabelle, Rosaline, Arabella, Belle, Gwen, Catalina, Savannah, Aviana, Lennox, Aria
Reeve, Trevor, Avery, Connor, Lucas, Hayden, Asa
Addison, Copeland, Arizona, Alaska, Alyssa, Venessa, Jordan, Atlanta, Alva, Cosette, Eponine, Sutton
Rebel, Ransom, Cain, Harold, Cricket, HudsonAdelaide/Alice/Amelia/Autumn, Beatrice, Caroline/Cecilia/Charlotte/Clementine, Daisy, Eleanor/Eloise/Emmeline, Felicity/Fiona, Gemma/Genevieve/Georgia, Hazel/Helena, Iris/Isla, Josephine/Juliet, Maeve/Margot/Matilda, Penelope, Seraphina/Simone/Summer, Violet/Vivienne, Willow, Zara/Zoe
August, Beckett/Blaise, Callum/Caspian, Dashiell/Declan/Dominic, Felix/Finn, Harrison/Hayes, Jasper/Jude, Leo/Liam/Linus/Luke, Miles, Oliver, Patrick, Sebastian/Silas/Simon, Theodore/Thomas/Tristan, Wesley
June 21st, 2013 11:14 PM #32Senior Member
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Venessa – Do you mean Vanessa? If so then I like.
Aria – Love, but getting very popular & may date badly
Sophie – Classic, pretty & timeless
Anya, Gwen & Eve – Simple and elegant
Rosaline – Prefer Rosalind, but this is nice too
Thea, Alyssa & Alba – Feminine whilst still being strong.
Casper, Isaac & Lucas – I can imagine these three playing blues in a smoky underground bar. Very cool!
Christopher – Classic, solid name. Likeable but not very exciting
Hayden – I know –ayden names take a beating, but I like this one
Rhys, Connor & Finn – I like Irish & Welsh names anyway so I’ve always had a soft spot for these names
Avery - Soft but strong
Autumn, Summer, Winter, Savannah, Cecilia, Catalina, Juliet, Addison, Alva
Clementine, Arabella – To fussy
Mirabelle & Belle – Dislike ‘belle’ names in general
Jordan & Copeland & Lennox & Sutton, Reeve, Hudson Jackson – Not a fan of surname names
Arizona & Alaska & Atlanta – I don’t really like state/city names
Nova – This is my dog’s name, so I actually do like it, just not for a person!
Calla – I want to like it but it just feels incomplete somehow. Same with Asa
Aviana (Avis) – A car rental company
Clover – A bit bovine
Trevor & Harold – I love old man names, but don’t think that these two should be resurrected
Rebel, Ransom, River, Cricket – These are words to me, not names.
Cain – I actually don’t mind Biblical names with less than pleasant backstories (I really like the name Jezebel for example). However, killing your own brother and committing mankind’s first murder is a bit of a PR disaster for this name.
Alfie – Too cutesy, especially for a boy.Girls: Alice, Anna, Astrid, Beatrice, Clara, Elodie, Emily, Evelyn, Hannah, Hermione, Lorna, Phoebe, Sophie, Sylvia
Boys: Andrew, Arthur, Elliot, Griffin, Hamish, Henry, Leopold, Martin, Peter, Robin, Rupert, Thomas, Tobias, William
Guilty Pleasures: Athena, Damaris, Digory, Emrys, Ganymede, Hester, Jessamine, Phineas, Myrtle, Nymeria, Nyx
June 21st, 2013 11:43 PM #34
Mirabelle, Eve, Juliet, Anya, Thea - So, so pretty and sweet.
Summer, Winter, Arabella, Calla, Belle, Gwen, Nova, Catalina, Sophie, Savannah - Nice names!
Alyssa, Venessa, Autumn - Sounds a little dated.
Addison, Jordan, Lennox - Too boyish for my tastes.
Copeland, Sutton - Very surname-y.
Rosaline - I prefer Rosalie or Rosalind.
Arizona, Alaska, Atlanta - Not very name-y, not a fan.
Cecilia - I've just never liked how this name sounded, sorry!
Clementine - I've always thought this was too over the top.
Alva, Aviana, Aria, Alba, Clover - Not my style.
Cosette & Eponine - Love Les Mis, do not think these names could work at all in the real world. Colette is a good substitute.
Finn, Trevor, Connor, Lucas, Jackson - Great names.
Casper, Christopher, Isaac, Rhys, River, Hudson - I like these.
Reeve - I definitely prefer Rhys.
Rebel, Ransom, Cricket - Not my style at all, trying too hard.
Avery, Hayden - A little girly.
Asa, Alfie, Harold - Just not my style.
Cain - Too many negative connotations.teenberry -- writer -- drama kidCurrent crushes (constantly changing):Girls: Thea, Aurelia, Rosalind, Rose, Rowena, Helena, Hermione, Carys, Clio, Cassia, Viola, Lily, Lila, Lucy, Seren, Maia, Mirabel.Boys: Miles, James, Jasper, Jude, Graham, Arthur, Oliver, Leo, Lewis, Wesley, Rory, Rowan, Caspian, Silas, Sebastian.