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July 31st, 2013 06:59 PM #1
Help with making combinations with two middles?
I have decided upon using two middle names for my future children so that I get to use more if my favourites. But the problem is that I'm not that good a making combinations with two middle names so I have come to ask for a little bit of help from you berries. So all I would like you to do is make up a couple of combinations of names (with two middles) with either all names from my list or some from my list and an extra thrown into the mix.
This is my current list of favourites -
Thanks in advance. Your help will be greatly appreciated. (Also please try not to change the spellings of the names on my list)Flynn Alexander Rory Violet Ada Florence
Mummy to fur-babies - Bella Marnie, Oliver Stanley and Casper Miguel
July 31st, 2013 07:12 PM #3Belle , 17 yrs old .
Handsome gents : Edward ~ Luke ~ Klaus ~ Heathcliff ~ Basil ~ Gideon ~ Romeo ~ Amadeus ~ Augustus ~ Deveraux ~ Dylan ~ Dorian ~ Orlando ~ Christian ~ Tobias .Beautiful ladies : Amelie ~ Anastasia ~ Isabella ~ Isabeau ~ Lena ~ Isolde ~ Juliet ~ Phoebe .
July 31st, 2013 07:40 PM #5Becky
Just a 16 year old girl obsessed with names and naming things not yet here.
Alice Jayne | Azalea Juliet | Charlotte Ophelia
Elizabeth Blythe | Poppy Artemis
Archer William | Henry Tobias | Leo Alexander
Rowan Elijah | Theodore Michael
July 31st, 2013 08:02 PM #7Senior Member
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One way to get good combos is to split the list into names that accent the first syllable vs. names that accent the second syllable, then, for each name see which list sounds better to you by plotting the rhythm in context with your surname. For instance AR-den e -LIZ-a-beth I-mo-gen work together because they have a consistent rhythm (+--+--+--). If your last name is a single syllable or accented 1st syllable, that would be a good combo. I recommend practicing by plotting your favorite names. It's like poetry.
July 31st, 2013 08:58 PM #9Member
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