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  1. #81
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    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!

    Shealatoba; thanks!

    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.
    [FONT=Palatino Linotype][CENTER]My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014[/CENTER][/FONT]

  2. #83
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Greater Boston, MA
    I think I have fallen in love with Bellicent - it's gorgeous.

    I also love Ceridwen (I'm a quarter Welsh and this is found in my family tree).

    Hermione and Zenobia are charming too. I love Aphrodite and Zenobia together.
    ♥ Margaret Mary ♥
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  3. #85
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Western Pennsylvania
    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.
    Not so done having children after all. We're not ready for TTC quite yet but when we do get pregnant,the husband handed sole naming rights over to his name obsessed wife!

    If it's a boy: Tristan Ambrose Galahad
    If it's a girl: Genevieve Claire or Josephine Adele

  4. #87
    When will you post Attempt No. 3? Hope soon.
    Sorry for bad English, I am from other country

  5. #89
    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 lovely
    Sorry for bad English, I am from other country

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