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July 16th, 2013 01:59 PM #1Member
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Celestia. Hoku. Winter. Saoirse. Eliora. Fable. Nala. Luna
What do you think of the names Celestia, Hoku, Winter, Saoirse, Eliora, Fable, Nala, & Luna?
*My feelings on the names:
I really love how Celestia sounds, and I also love the meaning.
Hoku ("HO koo") is a Hawaiian name that means "star". I love the night time! I don't think it's too weird, but do you think it would be weird for someone not Hawaiian to use it?
What do you think of Winter as a first name? I really love word names (especially if they're nature related).
I really like Saoirse ("seer sha"). The pronunciation issues wouldn't bother me, but what do you think?
I really love how Eliora sounds and feels. I also love it's meaning.
Fable is so pretty to me. I know it's kind of "out there", but what do you think of it as a first name?
Ever since 'The Lion King' I've always thought that the name Nala was beautiful. What do you think of it?
I love almost everything about Luna! The only problem I have with it is it's popularity.
If you couldn't tell I really love "magical" nature, celestial, word names. Etc..
July 16th, 2013 02:00 PM #3
July 16th, 2013 02:08 PM #5
My favorites would be Celestia ,Winter, Saoirce,Eliora and Fable.
I don't like the rest because
Hoku :I think it would be definitely weird to use this name if you are not Hawaiian or at least have some association
Nala:I don't really like it. Sounds unpleasant in my ears
Luna :I suppose its ok just not my favorite
July 16th, 2013 02:10 PM #7Olympia
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July 16th, 2013 02:12 PM #9Senior Member
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I like Winter, Saoirse, Eliora, Fable, and Luna.
Celestia isn't particularly pretty to me. It just gives me an odd feeling for some reason... Almost unsettling.
Hoku would definitely be weird for someone without Hawaiian heritage, plus I wouldn't give my daughter a name where the predominant syllable is "Ho"
Nala is just way too tied to Lion King for my taste