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July 2nd, 2013 05:55 AM #81Senior Member
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- London, England
Ren; yes, Ceri! Dude, look how dumb I am... thanks, sweetie ! Yeah, I think Jezebel's usable here, but something feels off. Besides, she would rule out Belphoebe & Bellicent, and I can't have that! And MIL would probably tear her hair out.
Saracita; Yay! Winnie is adorable isn't it? I love Ceridwen so much, I am hoping he will come around. He just hates the rid part of it.
Aurora; Better late than never! Gwenllian is pronounced gwen-LHEE-an. The dude on forvo is way off. To pronounce Welsh double l's put your tongue behind your upper teeth and try to say LH. That should be about correct ! Thanks for your top five, lovely. I think we're taking Hermione off, at least as a first name. But I'm not quite sure yet. I actually have Circe and Tinuviel in one of my favourite combos together; Circe Ophelia/Olwen Tinuviel. Polyhymnia might be put back on actually, I have a feeling this little one could be a Polly. And I love the name, so gorgeous and fun! But we'll see... Thank you so much for all your comments!
Lex; yay! I think they sound nice together!
Bonfire; Thanks for all your comments! You don't like Morgana? Hmm... I love her. Isolde is the beautiful princess in the medieval romance Tristan & Isolde. Tristan was sent by his uncle to Ireland to carry the beautiful Isolde over the seas to him to be his queen. Instead she & Tristan fell in love and tragedy befell.
We (I) are doing an edit today, so will update later.My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014
July 2nd, 2013 06:33 AM #83♥ Margaret Mary ♥
19. Name nerd. College freshman.
Proud auntie to Lucy Helen and Theodore Levi
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July 3rd, 2013 12:24 AM #85
Circe- This is always such an enchanting name. I think Circe and Aphrodite make for a stunning sibset.
Hermione-I will say that hearing Hermione pronounced in toddler speak is utterly adorable. Mia can't say Gemma but she can say Hermione. She sort of screams it though lol. I also like the Greek connection. Aphrodite and Hermione would also work as sisters.
I'm not sure I love Aphrodite and Isolde as sisters, but I do think Isolde is a lovely name, and for what it's worth I think she was more than just a pretty face. Their story was tragic, but the love was real and it was admirable that they tried to do the honorable thing but life gets complicated. I think they were merely cursed by their time, but blessed to have loved each other at all.Married mother of 4 (plus one angel in heaven) thinking about TTC in 2 or 3 years
Griffin Asher~Ambrose Peregrine~Liam Christopher~Gabriel Ambrose
Genevieve Illyria~Elsa Fleur~Lucia Celeste
July 3rd, 2013 07:14 AM #87Senior Member
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When will you post Attempt No. 3? Hope soon.Sorry for bad English, I am from other country
July 3rd, 2013 08:28 AM #89Senior Member
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I will do update. I think I change my mind about some names.
The one deleted are disliked.
Atalanta - like
Bellicent - it's OK, but there's much better names on your list
Belphoebe - lovely
Bradamante - my favorite, it so romantic and evokes strength and has medieval feel
Ceridwen - it's one of my faves
Circe - too short, but lovely
Cleopatra - over-the-top, but still lovely
Gwenllian - it's OK
Hermione - lovely
Hypatia - it's OK, but there's much better names on your list
Isolde - lovely, one of my faves
Morgana - one of my faves
Musidora - it's lovely, even if it's not a name
Nimue - one of my faves
Olympia - it's OK
Serafina - lovely, but there are lovelier names on your list
Sunniva - lovely
Zenobia - it's OK
Aradia - prefer Arcadia
Brigid - lovely
Daphne - lovely
Eos - lovely
Eowyn - lovely
Idunn - it's OK
Isis - lovely
Jasmine - OK
Lamia - love the sound
Liriope - like the sound
Noor - lovely
Olwen - it's OK
Ophelia - it's nice
Phoebe - prefer Belphoebe
Psyche - lovely and love the myth
Sybilla - love medieval feel
Yvaine - lovely
Zephyrine lovelySorry for bad English, I am from other country