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June 10th, 2013 06:34 PM #1Senior Member
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Which Of Our Names Do You Think Works With Sibling
Which of these do you think goes best with Amy-Louise. surname begins with K and sounds like Kitchen but ends in ER.
Keira Abigail May or Felicity Abigail. - Keira our fave.
Lucy Kayla-Lee or Lucy Katelynn Leigh - Any other names insted of Kayla must begin with K.
Kianna Chelsey Jade, Kianna Paris, Kianna Angel.
Kourtney Joanna, Kourtney Leigh, Kourtney Kate, Kourtney Brooke, Kourtney Aaliyah. - My boyfriend prefers this spelling of Kourtney he says the K is more girly.
Ireland Ciara Jane, Adeline Ireland. - Ireland C.J our fave.
Acacia Skye, Kyra Acacia Jane.
Gabriella Azalia Harper.
Kadi Rose, Kadi Joanna.
Kylie Shyanne, Felicity Shyanne-Rose.
Eden May Rose. - Our fave.
Heidi Bianca or Honor Brittany
Any other names you think would work welcome. - No too Old fashioned names please. - Also on boys names.
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June 10th, 2013 06:57 PM #3Senior Member
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I think these go the best with Amy-Louise...
Keira Abigail May
Lucy Kayla-Lee - I like this but it has a lot of "Ls" in it. What about Lucy Karis-Lee?
Kyra Acacia Jane
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June 10th, 2013 07:25 PM #5
Keira Abigail May or Felicity Abigail. I love Keira Felicity Abigail! So pretty.
Lucy Kayla-Lee or Lucy Katelynn Leigh - I don't personally care for Kayla or Katelynn... Both are quite trendy. Lucy Kassia-Lee? Kassia can be pronounced KAH-shuh. Lucy Katya-Lee could also be lovely.
Kianna Chelsey Jade, Kianna Paris, Kianna Angel- Kianna Paris is my favorite of these. I think Kianna Chelsey Jade is a bit of a mouthful, and Kianna Angel has too many Ns.
Kourtney Joanna, Kourtney Leigh, Kourtney Kate, Kourtney Brooke, Kourtney Aaliyah. - I think the K spelling takes away from the name, but if you insist on it, then my vote would go to Kourtney Brooke.
Ireland Ciara Jane, Adeline Ireland. - Ireland C.J. is pretty. Adeline Ireland sounds really rhymey, but I think Ireland might be best as a middle name. Ciara Jane Ireland? That way, if your daughter ends up being sort of shy, she could go by Ciara, but if she wanted to she could still go by Ireland.
Acacia Skye, Kyra Acacia Jane- I think Acacia Skye sounds too nature-ish, though I do love nature names. Kyra Jane Acacia would probably have a better flow than Kyra Acacia Jane. My vote goes to Kyra.
Gabriella Azalia Harper- Azalia is normally spelled Azalea, and since it's a nature name I'd go with the original. This name has beautiful aspects, but is a lot to say altogether. I'd say Azalea Gabrielle, Harper Azalea, or Gabriella Harper would be best.
Kadi Rose, Kadi Joanna- Why not use Katherine, then call her Kadi? Katherine Rose nn Kadi would be really pretty. I also can't find a meaning for Kadi, and Cadi is a Welsh short form of Catrin. Catrin Rose or Catrin Joanna would be beautiful, and you could call her Cadi all the time! It's a win-win.
Kylie Shyanne, Felicity Shyanne-Rose.- I don't love Shyanne (Shy Anne?) but my vote would go to Felicity Shyanne-Rose here.
Eden May Rose - This is GORGEOUS. Eden May Rose is a winner.
Heidi Bianca or Honor Brittany- These are both so pretty! Heidi Bianca is my favorite of the two.
Mollie Angharad- I know Angharad is a legit name, but it just looks funny. Does it sound similar to Ingrid? If so, I'd just use Ingrid.
Kaylin Ruby-Mae- I don't love Kaylin, but Keira Mae Ruby would be a sweet, classy combo.
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June 10th, 2013 08:31 PM #7Senior Member
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All work, except please do not use Kadi. I am a Kati, and it's hard enough getting people to spell it right.
Of your favs, I think Eden is especially nice. It's equally feminine and modern as Amy-Louise. I really like the combination you have too:
Eden May Rose K.. lovely.
Kiera K... sounds too K heavy to me
Ireland I think is not as suitable with Amy. Ireland seems destined to be the tomboy and that doesn't seem fair.
June 11th, 2013 07:16 AM #9Senior Member
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Thank you I will answer all 3 for you seperatly.
Keira Abigail May, Felicity Abigail, Kyra Acacia Jane, Heidi Bianca - These are my fave names aswell.
Lucy Kayla-Lee - I like this but it has a lot of "Ls" in it. What about Lucy Karis-Lee? - I think the same this was my boyfriends choice. - I do like Lucy Karis-Lee. I'm welsh and I'm not a fan of the variations of the traditional name Carys. - I like Lucy Kara-Lee though.
Kara - I like this i'd use it with Lucy.
Neva, Raina, Cora or Coralie, Nola, Keely, Cecily - I do like these names but I know my boyfriend wont like them. He says he likes names that are easy to say.
Carly - Althought I love this name I have a friend called Karley.
Piper - I like this name but I would be conserned about 2 er endings if I used this as a FN. - I do like Felicity Piper though.
Talia - I do like this but I like it spelt Thalia but i'm unsure on sayings for Talia/Thalia.
Kirsten - I do like this but I know quite a few Kirstie/Kirsty's and it's quite close.
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