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June 9th, 2013 08:27 AM #6Cynthia/Luna
twenty-something name nerd. infj
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June 9th, 2013 08:47 AM #8Senior Member
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Bethan - I like Welsh names
Sophie - Its cute and I know too many Claire's
Caitlin - I hate the name Lauren (bad association). I don't like Caitlin either but I don't hate it.
Lucy - cute and less popular than Emma
Julietta - Julietta is very romantic Maybelline is a makeup brand
Ella - I like both but if I had to name someone either Ella or Molly, I'd choose Ella.
Lesley - I don't like either. But I like this one more than Sharon
Ruth - I don't know why but I love the name Ruth.
Alison - I like Alison. Its actually pretty classic. Sally reminds me of my great aunt.
Julia - Julia is classic and pretty. Jessica is dated.
Danielle - I don't like the "y" in Kathryn.
Sarah - Its classic and it means princess. Kay feels too short for a first name.
Sky - Sky would make a good middle name. Bliss sounds low class
Georgia - Georgia is fresher and less dated than Alissa.
Natalie - I like both, but if I had to name somebody either Saskia or Natalie, I'd choose Natalie
Victorine - I've never liked Colette.
Nina - Nina is cute. Carla is dated.
Holly - cuter than April
Lydia - Its pretty and vintage. For some reason I'd have a hard time taking a Phoebe seriously
Catharina - So pretty and regal. I love Catharina
Grace - Its simple and classic. I don't like -lyn names at all.
Emily - Emily is sweet and less dated than Laura
Eva - I like both, but Maisie Doesn't age well and Eva does and it also comes with the cute nn Evie.
Autumn - I'm ambivalent towards Autumn. I dislike Hayley because I don't like "y"s in the middle of names and its becoming dated.
Pearl - Its simple, elegant, classy. Lacianna has too many frillsViolet Gray
No longer a teenager, still sad and name-obsessed
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June 9th, 2013 11:39 AM #10
Raphaela -- Bethan is just really not my thing. Raphaela is pretty!
Sophie -- Sophie is so pretty, but Claire has always been one of my least favourite names.
Caitlin -- Lauren seems more dated to me.
Emma -- Lucy isn't my thing.
Julietta -- Beautiful! Maybelline is too much like the makeup brand.
Molly -- Ella sounds a bit trendy to me.
Sharon -- Both seem very dated, but Lesley is horrid imo.
Helen -- I've never liked Ruth.
Sally -- Always loved Sally!
Jessica -- Generally don't like "Julie" names for girls
Kathryn -- Don't like Danielle
Sarah -- Kay is too short for my liking
Sky -- Bliss seems a bit too stripperish to me.
Georgia -- Just don't like Alissa.
Saskia -- Prefer Natalia to Natalie
Colette -- Just don't like Victorine.
Nina -- Prefer Clara to Carla, sounds dated.
Holly -- April sounds dated to me.
Phoebe -- Always hated Lydia.
Catharina -- Tuana reminds me of tuna.
Grace -- Never liked Jocelyn.
Emily -- Just don'tlike Laura.
Eva -- Maisie isn't my thing.
Autumn -- Just don't like Hayley.
Pearl -- Lacianna sounds made up♀ Edith. Iris. Lyra. Violet. Clara. Freya. Alice. Ottilie. Marian. Luella. Beatrice. Anthea. Romilly. Martha. Grace.
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June 9th, 2013 11:49 AM #12Senior Member
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- Lijiang, China
Raphaela or Bethan- Raphaela: not a fan of Bethan, doesn't feel like a name to me.
Claire or Sophie- Sophie: it is crazy popular, but it's got a nice feel to it.
Lauren or Caitlin- Tie: Both solid, but not my favorites.
Emma or Lucy- Emma: Lucille is nice, but I'm not such a fan of Lucy.
Maybelline or Julietta- Julietta: Maybelline sounds too much like a brand name to me.
Ella or Molly- Ella: perhaps overused, but a nice jazzy name.
Sharon or Lesley- Lesley
Helen or Ruth- Helen: strong sound to it.
Sally or Alison- Alison
Julia or Jessica- Julia: has both a modern and ancient vibe to it.
Kathryn or Danielle- Kathryn: and I like this spelling the best
Kay or Sarah- Sarah: Kay feels like just a letter.
Bliss or Sky- Bliss: mostly because I've known a wonderful Bliss and two not as wonderful Sky's
Georgia or Alissa- Alissa: Georgia sounds funny to me.
Saskia or Natalie- Saskie: My favorite name on the list thus far.
Colette or Victorine- Colette: I prefer Nicolette, but this is a nice name.
Carla or Nina- Nina: Nina Simone is awesome.
Holly or April- Holly
Phoebe or Lydia- Phoebe
Catharina or Tuana- Catharina
Jocelyn or Grace- Jocelyn
Laura or Emily- Laura
Maisie or Eva- Maisie
Autumn or Hayley- Autumn
Lacianna or Pearl- LaciannaUpdated Name List- http://www.ebabynames.com/list/eff115- Vote away...
June 9th, 2013 12:01 PM #14
Raphaela or Bethan - So much more distinctive and rich than Bethan, love the luscious, flowing sounds.
Claire or Sophie - I just prefer the sound and connotations of Sophie, although that's purely a personal thing. Sophie seems to have more character.
Lauren or Caitlin - Both are overused to me, but I know fewer Caitlins and I prefer the nicknames and look.
Emma or Lucy - I like both, even though they are very popular where I live, but Emma feels less uber-trendy.
Maybelline or Julietta - Maybelline is too tied to the make-up brand. Julietta is very frilly but lovely.
Ella or Molly - I like both but Ella is very trendy. Molly feels more classic to me.
Sharon or Lesley - Both very dated. I really, strongly dislike Sharon and Lesley seems a little more versatile.
Helen or Ruth - Helen has a lovely, classical feel while Ruth is a bit blunt and stodgy.
Sally or Alison - I like Sally as a nickname but for a full name I prefer Alison (nn Alice).
Julia or Jessica - Both are lovely but Julia is fresher and more classic.
Kathryn or Danielle - Although I far prefer Katherine, Catherine or Daniela. I like the nickname possibilities.
Kay or Sarah - Sarah for a full name. Kay I like as a nn for Katherine/Kathryn.
Bliss or Sky - Bliss is a nice middle but seems odd as a fn.
Georgia or Alissa - Solid and classic.
Saskia or Natalie - Really like both but Saskia is more interesting.
Colette or Victorine - More substancial than Colette, which feels a bit flimsy.
Carla or Nina - Just prefer the more feminine sound.
Holly or April - Good connotations for me, and feels like a happy name.
Phoebe or Lydia - A favourite of mine. Sweet, pretty and classic.
Catharina or Tuana - Versatile and familiar but still exotic. Lots of nn potential.
Jocelyn or Grace - Grace is lovely but tired.
Laura or Emily - Overused but very pretty.
Maisie or Eva - Beautiful classic that is more versatile and will age better than Maisie.
Autumn or Hayley - Far more elegant and distinctive than Hayley, which will blend in with the rest of the -aley/ailey/ayleigh crowd.
Lacianna or Pearl - Pearl is classy and simple, Lacianna is clumsy and a bit childish, and looks made-up.W h a t ' s . . .
Adelaide Mary | Juniper Beatrix | Sybil Rosamund | Romilly Elizabeth | Demelza Catherine | Edith Arabella
Edmund Raphael | Wilfred Alastair | Asa Hawking | Raphael Richard | Nathaniel Emrys | Malachy Francis
Billie | Hattie | Lola | Mamie | Nell
Alf | Jem | Rex | Rudy | Sandy
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