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Thread: Seeking sisters for Atlas
November 12th, 2013 02:16 PM #31Junior Member
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November 12th, 2013 04:12 PM #35
I do understand your concerns, and generally love a lot of your choices mentioned above. I especially see the appeal in Atlas. From your choices above I think Jane and Eloise work well with Atlas from the names mentioned above. I especially love Jane & Atlas the combination sounds delightful, very spunky!
Here are some other suggestions:
Nephele 'Atlas & Nephele'
Ophelia 'Atlas & Ophelia'
Zosia 'Atlas & Zosia'
Calliope 'Atlas & Calliope'
Calypso 'Atlas & Calypso'
Fortuna 'Atlas & Fortuna'
Hera 'Atlas & Hera'
Isolde 'Atlas & Isolde'
Jaya 'Atlas & Jaya'
Juno 'Atlas & Juno'
Luna 'Atlas & Luna'
Minerva 'Atlas & Minerva'
Pandora 'Atlas & Pandora'
Selene 'Atlas & Selene'
Good luck lovely!!
November 12th, 2013 04:35 PM #37
@augusta_lee: This thread is a few months old. Did you ever make any decisions?Samuel / Joseph / Ezra / James / Edward
Helen / Georgia / Jane / Alice / Frances
November 13th, 2013 09:26 PM #39
I'm partial to themed sibsets, so I'd personally continue the slightly more obscure mythological name pattern with Atlas. The one suggestion that comes to mind is a current favorite of mine: Elara. (I pronounce it with a softer e sound like el-AR-a rather than ee-LAR-a)
Atlas & Elara
The names look nice together, I think, having the same length and connection to Greek Mythology. Elara is also one of the moons of Jupiter.Avia | Blair | Caroline | Catalina | Elara | Evangeline | Freya | Ingrid | Louisa | Quinn | Sasha | Rosalind | Rosamund | Violet
Alexander | Arthur | Chase | Cole | Edward | George | Gideon | Isaac | Jasper | Rhett | Rordan | Thomas | Tristan | Wyatt