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July 27th, 2013 12:28 AM #1
Elysia needs a middle name!
Hubby vetoed Ilythia, and we've moved onto Elysia - my hesitation in using Elysia was the Elysium movie coming out soon with Matt Damon.
Anyways, still planning on trying to use poppy as one of the middle names, so hubby can call her poppy, if he wants. It's the only girl name he wants, and I don't like it enough to want it as a first name. And I read quickly, and whenever I see it, I read it as poopy, which I find distracting!
Do you have any suggestions on middle names for Elysia Poppy _______
Last name sounds like Lennon
Some I have considered are
Elysia Poppy de Lune
Elysia Poppy Sage
Elysia Juliet Poppy
I like uncommon, nature and whimsical names, please suggest some fresh ideas!Welcomed T January 2012
Expecting another little mover July 2013
Will it be -
Genevieve, Zara, Catalina, Maylia, Juliet or Ivy
Archer, Bodhi, Teague, Miller, Tavish, or Rio
July 27th, 2013 12:53 AM #3Senior Member
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Since Poppy is a nature name and Elysia is, to me, a place name of sorts, I would personally choose a middle name that is not a noun or descriptor of any kind (or one that is very subtle and hard to recognize as a word name). Elysia Juliet Poppy is my favorite of the three you listed for that reason (de Lune is sweet, but I feel like her name starts to turn into a thing, like a poppy from the Elysian Fields on the moon...). So I would suggest:
Elysia Poppy Melisande L.
Elysia Poppy Anais L.
Elysia Poppy Linette L.
Elysia Corisande Poppy L.
Elysia Poppy Leona L.
Elysia Poppy Celeste L.
Elsyia Rosalind Poppy L.
Elysia Marcheline Poppy L.
Elysia Poppy Gwyneth L.
Elysia Poppy Jovienne L.
Elysia Bronwyn Poppy L.
Elysia Imogen Poppy L.
Elysia Poppy Therese L.
Elysia Poppy Apolline L.
Elysia Poppy Adrienne L.
July 27th, 2013 12:54 AM #5Senior Member
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Elysia is very pretty, and Poppy is darling. Some whimsical ideas:
Elysia Poppy Melora
Elysia Lorna Poppy
Elysia Poppy Victoria (I have always found Victoria whimsical, a la old Victorian houses)
Elysia Poppy Belle
Elysia Poppy Emerald
Elysia Mazelina Poppy
Elysia Magnolia Poppy
Elysia Melodia Poppy
Elysia Capitolia Poppy
Elysia Poppy Araminta
Elysia Poppy Aneska
Elysia Tamora Poppy
Elysia Poppy Skylark
Elysia Poppy Laine
Elysia Willow Poppy
July 27th, 2013 01:49 AM #7
Elysia Poppy de Lune - the only time 'de' should be in a name is if you have a Spanish last name and its included. otherwise the name is becoming far to extensive and complicated once you tack on the actual last name
Elysia Poppy Sage - double nature with the flower/herb
Elysia Juliet Poppy - best option, good flow
also love Elysia Vivienne Poppy
if you cant get the flow just right stick with just two names. dont just tack on a second middle because you dont want your husband to lose Poppy.
July 27th, 2013 02:28 AM #9Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna.
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