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June 26th, 2013 07:35 PM #1Junior Member
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Need names for my fictional twin girls.
The story takes place in modern time in New York. The twins are from a classy and rich family that owns a large condo in Manhattan. I was planning to give the twins each timeless, classic names with an air of elegance and I was hoping to have them start with the same letter, but be distinct enough to tell them apart. I had some ideas starting with C: Caroline, Charlotte, Catherine, and Christina. Any letter could work though.
Twin #1 is mature and serious when she has to be. She is adventurous and fun and outgoing on her own time. She has thin light brown hair that goes a little past her shoulders. She has a light tan and is about 5'5". She has hazel eyes and is also on the skinny side.
Twin #2 is more shy and quiet than twin #1 but she speaks her mind when she feels it is necessary. She knows what she wants and she will go after it. She has darker hair than twin #1 and it goes down about waist length, though it is usually braided. She has thicker hair than her sister. She has light brown eyes and she also has a light tan. She is a little taller than her sister, around 5'8". She is also on the skinny side.
Both twins are 17 years old and very independent. They are also dreamers, though twin #2 hides this more than twin #1 does.
Sorry for the long post, any help naming my characters would be greatly appreciated.
June 27th, 2013 01:08 AM #3
I do like Christina and Charlotte! I'll list a few combo possibilities - the first will be for twin one and the second for twin two, though you can switch them around, of course.
Elizabeth and Eleanor
Anna and Alice
Emma and Eve
Julia and Jane
Frances and Florence
Lucy and Laura
Madeline and Margaret
Rose and Ruth
Sophia and Susannah
Virginia and Victoria
Lydia and Louisa
Celia and Clara
Harriet and Helen
Violet and Vivian
Abigail and Ameliateenberry -- writer -- drama kidCurrent crushes (constantly changing):Girls: Thea, Aurelia, Rosalind, Rose, Rowena, Helena, Hermione, Carys, Clio, Cassia, Viola, Lily, Lila, Lucy, Seren, Maia, Mirabel.Boys: Miles, James, Jasper, Jude, Graham, Arthur, Oliver, Leo, Lewis, Wesley, Rory, Rowan, Caspian, Silas, Sebastian.
June 27th, 2013 02:12 AM #5
My first thought was Cassandra and Catherine, nicknames Cassie and Kitty.
A few more ideas:
Lucia and Lilliana
Marcella and Margaret
Allegra and Annabel
Imogen and Esme
Jane and Rose
Emilia and Elise
Clara and Georgiana
Genevieve and Valentina
Rosalind and Romola
Some of these are matchy and some of them really aren't. Hope you find a name that works!-Athena
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June 27th, 2013 03:51 AM #7
Well, since twin #1 sounds creepishly like me (I'm 18, 5'5", thin/skinny, thin light brown hair to my shoulders, hazel eyes, mature/adventurous), I'd recommend Cecilia. It's serious and classic when it has to be, but fun loving and whimsical the rest of the time.
For twin #2, I'd go with something a bit more uncommon. So maybe Camille, Calliope, Cherish, Chastity, Corinne, Coraline, Cosette.
My favorite combo is Cecilia and Corinne (Core-een).I’m just trying to behave as I think a friend should behave. Granted, I haven’t had much practice.
~Elphaba Thropp, Wicked, by Gregory Maguire
June 27th, 2013 04:57 PM #9
Cassandra, definitely, (if your going with the letter C), for # 1
C names for # 2
N names for your twins:
D names for your twins:
(I don't think that most of these qualify as 'classic with an air of elegance', but it's my best effort for your criteria, so whatever“I read books when I was a kid, lots of books. Books always seemed like magic to me. They took you to the most amazing places. When I got older, I realized I couldn't find books that took me to all the places I wanted to go. To go to those places, I had to write some books myself.”
― Pat Murphy, The Wild Girls
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