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Thread: Tear apart my list
July 22nd, 2013 09:01 PM #26Junior Member
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July 22nd, 2013 10:15 PM #28
Favorites are bolded.
Aubrey/Aubree - You should probably avoid asking opinions on anything with a two-E's-instead-of-a-Y ending on this site, because we'll just unanimously hate it. Aubrey is ok, but I prefer Audrey.
Tessa - Gorgeous, strong and wearable.
Fiona - Same as Tessa.
Emma - I know it's a classic, but it's very uninspired. I'd relegate it to the middle unless you're honoring someone.
Norah - A nice enough name, but not my style.
Alivia/Livia - Livia is great. Alivia feels tryndee and I dislike it.
Keira - Really like this one. I think the Kira spelling looks more streamlined and slightly less like you got it from Keira Knightley, though.
Josephine (Josie, Jo) - Lovely and spunky. Perennial nameberry favorite.
Adrienne - Kinda nice. -enne endings tend to annoy me, but I see the necessity here.
Arianna (Aria) - Eh. Sounds kinda vacuous.
Vanessa (Ness) - Pretty but dated.Gwen
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July 23rd, 2013 12:29 AM #30
July 23rd, 2013 12:48 AM #32
Aubrey/Aubree: this is a boy's name.
Tessa: I want to like it, but it feels incomplete.
Fiona: love love love
Emma: it's ok. Not a huge fan of it. For some reason, it makes me think of maple syrup.
Norah: meh. The Kartrashians ruined all Nor- names.
Alivia/Livia: Why not Olivia? Spelling it different does not change the sound.
Keira: like. Would love to meet a child named this.
Josephine (Josie, Jo): like. Slightly prefer Josephina (pronouncing the J)
Adrienne: meh. Much better than Adrianna. Still, not my favorite in your list, but not horrible.
Arianna (Aria): I can never see the appeal in this. Makes me think of Aryan.
Vanessa (Ness): feels dated.Mommy of Juniper Teagan & Pyrus Nikolai
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July 23rd, 2013 04:44 AM #34
Aubrey/Aubree - Never been a fan of this name, though I like Bree on its own.
Tessa - Love this name; its friendly and down to earth.
Fiona - Very beautiful name with a lot of history and elegance.
Emma - Very sweet and friendly name.
Norah - I prefer Nora better, but its just as darling as Tessa or Emma.
Alivia/Livia - Spelling it Alivia is trendy and is going to cause a lot of confusion. Olivia is more classic and elegant. Livia is great (its my name obv).
Keira - Playful as a child, mysterious and exotic as a grown woman.
Josephine (Josie, Jo) - Love. Its sweet, joyful, friendly, cute.
Adrienne - Lacks playfulness, beauty, and elegance.
Arianna (Aria) - Trendy
Vanessa (Ness) - I like Nessa wayy better.
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