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July 18th, 2013 12:46 AM #6
She sounds very much like a Hazel to me, Hazel Margery, but I wonder if perhaps that isn't unique enough for you?
I think Ruby could be a quick transition from Boo - to Roo or Rue? - and I like Ruby Aveline, Ruby Cordelia, and Ruby Gwendolen for you.
With Ulysses, Bishop, and Winifred, perhaps:
Alice - Alice Marigold Elspeth (Allie)
Lenore - Lenore Viola Julip (Leni, Lena)
Pauline - Pauline Eulalie Rose (Polly)
My favorites have combo ideas.
Last edited by lemon; July 18th, 2013 at 12:49 AM."Names, once they are in common use, quickly become mere sounds, their etymology being buried, like so many of the earth's marvels, beneath the dust of habit." - Salman Rushdie
Favorites - Eliza, Phoebe, Juliet, Archer, Holden, Jude
July 18th, 2013 01:08 AM #8
I think Beatrice or Beatrix would work very well on a sweet but serious girl, plus I love how it sounds with Winifred. Boo could easily become Bee.
UPDATE: OH! I just saw somebody suggested Eleanor! I *LOVE* that more than the rest for both your criteria for sweet but serious, the storybook aspect plus I think Eleanor next to Winifred, Bishop and Ulysses is just perfection!!
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July 18th, 2013 01:13 AM #10Senior Member
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@lemon - Hazel is beautiful, I really like it. Not sure how I feel about it with Margery. Since Hazel is vintage, I might want something more fresh and modern to lighten it up. But I am adding Hazel to the list. It's one I'd kind of forgotten about, thank you. I've thought about something Rue/Roo for the "boo" connection. Any suggestions besides Ruby? I couldn't think of anything!
@bandksmith - Thank you for the suggestion! Serenity Grace is a lovely combo, but not for me.
@bibliophile - Yeah, I'm really, really unsure about the combos. I kind of threw a few names together, didn't even ask Himself. But Marjorie Simone is rather cute, idnit? I love all of your suggestions, especially Adelaide. I think that'd really, really work for her. I'm concerned about the rising popularity. I'm not fond of "Addy." Maybe Lacey as a nickname?
@pistachio - oh Reverie! I like that. Maybe as a middle.
@rkrd - Felicity Juliet has lots of spunky and sweetness. Will definitely think about that one.
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July 18th, 2013 01:19 AM #12Senior Member
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July 18th, 2013 01:29 AM #14Senior Member
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Here are some serious sounding Biblical names;
Abigail, Bernice, Bethany, Damaris, Deborah, Dinah, Esther, Eunice, Eve, Judith, Leah, Martha, Naomi, Phoebe, Ruth, Sarah, Susanna
And some Saint’s names;
Adele, Ann, Bernadette, Beatrice, Bridget / Brigid, Catherine, Clare, Dorothy, Faith, Gwen, Helen, Hyacinth, Joan, Jude, Louise, Lucy, Merryn, Rosalie, Therese
Some storybookish combinations include;
Therese DorothyMy Top 10 Girls Names: Astrid, Elara, Evelyn, Hannah, Hester, Lorna, Megan, Ophelia, Sylvia, Tabitha
My Top 10 Boys Names: Alistair, Andrew, Graeme, Hamish, Leopold, Martin, Peter, Rupert, Tobias, William
Guilty Pleasures: Athena, Aurelius, Damaris, Digory, Hermione, Isis, Phineas, Loki, Myrtle, Nymeria, Nyx, Orion