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Thread: What do you think of my names?
June 21st, 2013 07:04 PM #1Junior Member
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What do you think of my names?
Just looking for comments, critiques and suggestions! Thanks!
Jonah Malcolm or Jonah Cree
William Otto - I'd just call him Otto. It's a family name. One of my great great grandfathers had this name and he was a dutch pirate assassin. Gotta love it!
Names I love but can't use:
Toby - Brother
Finn - Cousin
Marshall - Love, but not sure if I have the guts!
Vada - Pronounced Vay-Duh, my absolute favorite girls name.
Penelope Rae - "Penny"
June 21st, 2013 08:42 PM #3Senior Member
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I love Vada, but spelled Vaida.Shealah
Teenberry, name loving girl.
Lucy, Madeline, Caroline, Kylie, Bryn, Audrey/Aubrey, & Sierra
Eli, Caden, Camden, Riley and Caleb
Clementine & Tiara
June 21st, 2013 09:48 PM #5
Elijah Grey - Really like it.
Liev - Not sure.
Caleb Finn - I like Finn, not really Caleb.
Dakota Reid - Like it.
Jonah Malcolm -Though I love both Jonah and Malcolm, something sounds off with the two of them being paired.
Dominic - No.
Harry - Love it!
Jamie - Ehhh..no.
Logan - Okay.
Jackson - Sounds dated to me. I'm not a fan.
William Otto "Otto" - That's a funny connection, but I kinda like it. :
Vada - Sounds pretty. I like it.
Drew - Reminds me of Drew Barrymore, which I love.
Olivia - Prefer Livia or Olive, or even Olivine. Though Olivia is pretty and elegant, its too popular for my tastes.
Penelope Rae "Penny" - Because if the Kardashian's its becoming a little too popular for me, but I do still love it very much. I love its quirky, vintage feel. But I also will say that I prefer diferent nicknames for it.Seventeen. Ravenclaw. Passions include: expression of self, art, theatre, music, reading, and eccentric bohemian 'hippie' fashion.(Changing it to Zoie Willow/Hope?)
For a future...
Ever-so Darling Daughter:
Opal Eleanor ~ Harmony Ophelia Maude ~ Cecily Henrietta Mae ~ Lavender Elaine
Sebastian Bodhi - Hugo Alistair -
Augustus Grey - Phineas Alexander "Finn"