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Thread: Feedback please, good or bad!
June 26th, 2013 08:42 PM #11
Clementine: This is one word name that I just don't like. It's too long and I feel the sounds are clunky.
North: Very classic middle name and I would have liked it with regal names like Henry or Frederick but I'm just turned off by the recent popularity spike because of North West.....
Rebecca: I just think it's a little 90's
Emma: I love Emma! It's on my list and is so simple and sweet
Daisy: I really like Daisy too because it reminds me of The Great Gatsby however I prefer it as a nickname!
Lily: Love! So pretty.
Avery: I have a male cousin named Avery and could never imagine it on a female but now I've seen it on so many little girls and I think its adorable and unisex without being too masculine.
Petunia: I usually like flower names but I think this one has too many hard sounds with the 'p' and 't'.
Iris: I really like this, it would sound awesome with a long, feminine middle name.
London: It seems trendy but I still like it. Paris is really sweet as well!
Aphrodite: Meh... I don't know. I think there are better names to use from Greek mythology.
Alice: I have a new love for Alice! Very cute.
Coralie: Love love love! I love all the Cora names. Cora is such a sweet and sassy name all at the same time!
Jane: Great for a middle but I think its plain.
Jamie: I prefer James on a boy so I don't like Jamie.
Chloe: I like Chloe. However, I like Clea better.
Vida: Reminds me of Vera which I like better.
Marigold: I like this. I can't decide whether I like Marigold or Meredith better.
Vaida: I don't know about this.
Poppy: SO cute as a nickname I love it. I would go for something more formal to fall back on in later life though!
Primrose: Cute. The Hunger Games has so many great names!
Gloria: Dated and reminds me of the hippo in Madagascar.
Edith: I love it even though I'm not big on biblical reference names.
Cordelia: Cute but I'd stick with Coralie instead.
Alba: Hmm.. I don't think I'd ever use this one.
Giselle: I actually think the name Giselle is pretty and it's rarely heard so would be a refreshing choice.
Tawny: I just don't like this.
Audrey: I like Aubrey more but there is nothing wrong with Audrey.
Lucy: You've probably noticed I love short and sweet girls name. I think Lucy is a beautiful name.
Gertrude: This is a name that should stay off the charts.
India: I know a dog named India so it ruins it!
Elle/Ellie: Ellie is adorable. I'd pick something longer though and use it as a nickname.
Florence: Really cool name.
Cambria: I just wouldn't name my child after a font.
Rose: Beautiful and since its so common as a middle name, it is so refreshing as a first.
Britney: Very dated, definitely not a favourite.
June 26th, 2013 09:01 PM #13Senior Member
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- Jul 2012
Thank you so much everyone for your feedback, keep it coming! I would be open to some suggestions as well on what you all enthuse would be better for a middle or a first name, and some middles or firsts to match. Also, to help out, I will explain a bit about why I like some certain names and list my favorites/top faves.
North- Honestly, Kimye is where I got it. I think it's sounds weird for a fn, and silly and stupid with last name west, but I get a magical, sparkly feeling from this name. Very pretty to me as a middle, but I am sure I will never use it.
Clementine- ''I don't care, I LOVE IT'' ... Said Icona Pop! I think this is gorgeous as well, and just not a fruit-food. It's actually a older name, old fashioned for those of you who have not known.
Tawny, Britney, Alba- Kind of like these, not my favorites. Tawny is a cute nickname, Alba has a pretty feel, and Britney is kind of dated.
Once again, thanks in advance- I can count on you berries!!Shealah
Teenberry, name loving girl.
Lucy, Madeline, Caroline, Kylie, Bryn, Audrey/Aubrey, & Sierra
Eli, Caden, Camden, Riley and Caleb
Clementine & Tiara
June 26th, 2013 09:16 PM #15Senior Member
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- Jun 2013
With the new names you have added :
Wren - I like this. My favourite bird name is Raven, but Wren would be my second favourite.
Spencer - This is on my boy's list. Sorry, I hate this on a girl.
Caroline - lovely and classic. You could always sing "Sweet Caroline" to her.
Georgia - Really cute and adorable.
Georgina - Prefer Georgia. Georgina is too fussy for me.
June 26th, 2013 09:29 PM #17
Clementine* - There's something about this name that I'm not fond of, but overall, it's not a bad name.
North - I don't like this for a girl, especially after Kimye baby.
Rebecca* - I'm neutral on this name. A part of me finds it a little plain, while the other part finds it hauntingly mysterious, thanks to Daphne Du Maurier's novel.
Emma - Sweet and simple, but I prefer Emmeline.
Daisy - A better name for a pet, imho. It just seems so cutesy to me.
Lily - I like this, but it's so popular right now.
Avery - Not my favorite.
Petunia - Not my cup of tea.
Iris - Very pretty.
London - Not my style.
Aphrodite - I think this would make a better middle name.
Alice - I love this.
Coralie - Cute.
Jane - Simple and strong, I like it.
Jamie - Not my style.
Chloe - I like it.
Vida - Not my style.
Marigold - It might be cute as a middle name.
Vaida - Not my style.
Poppy* - A little too cutesy to me.
Primrose - Cute, but I like it better as a middle name.
Gloria - Not really my style.
Edith - Not my cup of tea.
Cordelia - This is slowly growing on me, I think.
Alba - Not my style.
Giselle - Cute, but I wouldn't use it.
Tawny - I kinda like it.
Audrey - Pretty and classic.
Lucy - Sassy and cute.
Gertrude - I don't like it at all.
India - Way too much controversy over this name; I prefer Indiana.
Elle - It's cute.
Ellie - I rather see this as a nickname for a fuller version.
Florence - Cute.
Cambria - Alright.
Rose - Lovely.
Britney* - A bit dated now.~inside this collegeberry's mind ~~(updated 6/26/15)
Reconstructing with the input of a loving Norwegian boyfriend
~♀ ~ Alice Cordelia ~ Aurora Seraphina ~ Cassia Elizabeth* ~ Genevieve Astrid ~ Juliet Sunniva* ~
♂ ~ Benjamin Axel ~ Jack Sebastian ~ Ronan Oliver ~
* = Still thinking about and considering other middle names
(I'm using the 3 syllable pronunciation of Cassia)
June 26th, 2013 09:39 PM #19