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June 21st, 2013 11:43 PM #31
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.
June 22nd, 2013 02:05 AM #33Member
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Autumn and Summer: I've always preferred Summer over Autumn as a name but I think its because of associations with people I have had in the past.
I just can't get into the -belle names! I don't hate them but I don't love them. I prefer Mirabelle over Arabella (depending on the pronunciation: I prefer the air-a-bella pronunciation). I see Belle as a nickname.
Addison, Copeland and Sutton are just too masculine to me. I usually like unisex names on girls though.
Rosaline is just so pretty and I like that its from Shakespearean literature.
Arizona, Alaska, Atlanta: I like Alaska the best out of the bunch by a long shot, but place names just aren't my style!
Cecilia, Juliet, and Sophie I LOVE, and I would love Eve if it was Eva instead Calla,
Alyssa and Venessa just seem dated. Also, I would spell Vanessa with an 'a'. The 'e' will only cause a hassle throughout life and I've never seen it before.
Anya, Alva, Alviana, Aria and Alba: I just hate them, I'm sorry. However I'm not a fan of 'A' names at all actually.
Catalina is a type of salad dressing and I can't get over it.
Gwen just looks awkward I don't know.
Jordan just seems overused. I feel a know an abundance of Jordan's (both male and female).
Nova: I actually really like Nova and the meaning behind it.
Savannah, Clover and Clementine I just dislike. I couldn't name my child Clementine. Clover is the best of the three.
Thea is just meh, I prefer Theo for boys so it kind of puts it
I absolutely love Lennox for either a boy or a girl.
Winter is one of my guilty pleasure names but I don't know if I'd ever have the guts to use it.
I agree with Eponine sounding like a drug.
I can't love the -ette names because they remind me of nicorette I don't know I can't get it out of my head.
I love Finn, Isaac, Cain (but spelt Kane for less of a negative biblical reference), and Rhys! These four are all on my boys list as well
I hate Casper, Rebel, Ransom, River, Cricket. They all seem like they could be dogs names.
Christopher, Connor and Lucas are okay. They seem to fit in the same category for me, I feel like they're very 90's and slowly becoming dad names.
Trevor is so dated to me!
Avery I feel is so feminine now! I have a cousin Avery who is male and could never have imagined it on a girl. Now, I know so many little girls I find it stranger on a boy. Hayden also seems girly to me, perhaps because of Hayden Panettiere. I would opt for Hudson which I like
I hate Harold but I also hate Harrison, Harry, Harriet etc. (I hate names with the 'hair' sound in it).
I also do not like Asa or Alfie, they just seem so short.
I like Reid over Reeve.
I used to love Jackson now I think it's just okay.
June 22nd, 2013 02:37 AM #35
Autumn, Summer: they're both beautiful names, maybe not entirely original but beautiful.
MirabelleArabella, Cecilia Aviana: pretty but a little too frilly for me
Addison: I just think of the disease, sorry
Copeland:don't like too heavy for a girl
Arizona: I love Arizona, makes me think of blue skies and deserts. Plus I know the most beautiful little 2 yr old named Arizona nn Rizzo
Eve: LOVE, it's simple yet feminine and strong
Juliet: pretty, but doesn't really appeal to me, too many strong associations
Alaska, Sutton, Lennox, Alba, Atlanta, Alva, Avis: Eh, don't have a pretty sound
Calla, Alyssa, Venessa, Jordan, Savannah, Sophie, Belle: all feel dated to me or overused
Gwen, Clementine, Thea: All sweet and familiar yet unexpected
Cosette, Anya, Eponine: Too much, pretty names but for me it feels like you're trying too hard
Aria: LOVE maybe a little trendy but I think it has a beautiful sound and connotations
Clover, Winter: Cute
Nova, Catalina: Pretty and exotic-lite
Lucas, Isaac, Christopher: classic names, can't go wrong
Rhys, Reeve, Finn: short, strong and masculine
Connor, Jackson: slightly trendy, but good strong names
Cain, Trevor, Rebel, Cricket, Ransom, Hudson: don't like either too trendy for me, bad connotations or just don't like the sound.
Hayden: Very trendy, but I love this name. And even though it's not pronounced the same I love the connection to the composer
Avery, Asa, Casper: soft boys names, I love them
Alfie, River, Harold: not bad, just not very inspiring to me
Last edited by alexa400; June 22nd, 2013 at 02:40 AM.Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot
June 22nd, 2013 09:23 AM #37Senior Member
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Autumn - I like it.
Summer - My favourite seasonal name.
Mirabelle - Always sounds like mirror ball to me
Addison - Not my style at all. Super trendy at the moment.
Copeland - Don't like the surname as a name
Rosaline - Prefer Rosalie
Arizona - I guess it ok. But not great.
Arabella - Classic. Although I still prefer Isabella
Cecilia - One of my favourite names. And who can resist Cece as a nickname.
Eve - I like this as an alternative to Eva or Ava.
Juliet - LOVE!
Calla - Trendy Flower name
Alaska - This one might get looks from people
Alyssa - It's ok.
Venessa - Everyone will always misspell that.
Belle - I love it. But as a middle name.
Anya - Not really my style. But its ok.
Gwen - Ok as a nickname. Prefer something like Gwendolyn as full name.
Nova - I like Nola better.
Jordan - Not really my style. Plus, I knew a few female Jordan's growing up so it seems a bit dated to me.
Catalina - I Love.
Atlanta - Don't like at all.
Sophie - Really cute.
Savannah - It's all right.
Clementine - Adorable.
Alva - Makes me think of elves
Aviana - Amy Adams
Avis - Sounds like "Anus"
Thea - not my style
Lennox - not my style. Not even on a boy
Cosette - Ifyou're ok with the Les Mis references for the rest of your life
Eponine - Same as Cosette
Aria - Never really liked
Sutton - Don't like at all
Winter - I do like this. But as a middle name
Clover - Hate this name. Seems more like a pet name.
Alba - Makes me think of Jessica Alba.
Casper - I like it.
Reeve - No, dont like. Maybe Reese instead.
Christopher - It's all right.
Finn - I like it. But its also popular at the moment.
Trevor - Not my style
Rebel - Do you want your kid to be rebellious?
Connor - Not My style
Avery - LOVE this as a boys name. So happy to see it here and not on your girls list
Lucas - I love LUKE, but not Lucas
Ransom - Oh God, No. Why would you want a name that is associated with kidnappings?
Jackson - It's all right. I prefer just "Jack" though.
Isaac - LOVE this.
Cain - Eh, not for me.\
Hayden - I used to love this name before the whole Hayden/Jaden/Aidan naming became really popular
Asa - i love it, but people will have pronunciation problems
Alfie - Cute, but also super british sounding
Harold - Sounds a little old-manish
River - LOVE it.
Cricket - Perhaps as cute nickname. Not as a full name.
Rhys - I LOVE RHYS. And its so underused.
Hudson - I love it. But seems a bit trendy at the moment.
June 22nd, 2013 08:25 PM #39Senior Member
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Love (bolded)/ Like (not bolded)
Summer- I have a friend named Summer.
Mirabelle- Love Mira but idk with the -belle ending
Copeland- not sure how I feel
Arabella- So pretty
Cecilia- also cool but it gives a dated vibe
Juliet- one of my faves
Alaska- Makes me think of John Green
Alyssa- super trendy but cute
Nova- Super cool space name
Jordan- alright, but super trendy
Sophie- see Jordan
Clementine- Couldn't actually see it on an adult
Lennox- Not my style
Cosette- Like the tape?
Sutton- Idk about on a girl
Calla- cool flower name
Belle- middle name
Autumn- just idk
Eve- to Toddlers and Tiaras
Alba- Jessica Alba??
Eponine- Sorry :/
Alva- see above
Savannah- Not my favorite city name but idk if people think of that when they see it.
Addison - not on a girl
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Casper - awesome
Finn - see Casper
Isaac- nice Biblical name
River- My favorite nature name for boys
Hudson- masculine but trendy
Christopher- timeless classic
Hayden- trendy but cool
Reeve-how about Reese?
Trevor- Harry Potter ruined it for me lol
Rebel- You won't be thanking yourselves when he is a teenager.
Avery (not for a boy)
Ransom- wow. Just wow.. Horrible connotations, would steer clear from this.
Asa (not for a boy)
Rhys (don't like this spelling)
Cricket (to girly)
Cain- Makes me think of Cain and Abel
Last edited by yolo199; June 22nd, 2013 at 08:38 PM.14 year old name addict