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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Help review our name lists

    On Monday we're having our anatomy ultrasound and afterwards we're having a little gender reveal party. I plan to print out our naming possibilities so family and friends can rate and comment on the names. I'd like you guys to help me edit it first. Any and all opinions or suggestions are welcome. Big sister's name is Elliana (Ellie) Rose.

    Thanks guys!

    GIRL NAMES
    Alice
    Annalise "Anna/Annie"
    Amelie
    Audrey
    Avarie "Ava"
    Aria
    Arriety
    Charlotte "Lottie" or "Charly"
    Emmalyn "Emma"
    Evelyn "Evie"
    Evaline "Evie"
    Kate
    Minerva (Minnie)
    Milena (Millie)
    Penelope (Penny)
    Roselle/Rosella
    Verity

    BOY NAMES
    August
    Darcy
    Emrys
    Evander
    Everett
    Flynn
    Kirk
    Lincoln
    Jacob
    Jack
    Joshua
    Merrick
    Remus
    Ryder
    Rylan
    Soren
    Wesley/Weston
    Wilder
    William

  2. #3
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    Nice list! Avery is typically spelled w/a 'y, and I like Annaliese spelled the traditional way, as well. But your choices are fine, if you prefer them.

  3. #5
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    Favorites are Verity, Everett, and Lincoln.

    Is Arriety prn like Arrietty in The Borrowers? (Arry Etty?) Don't care for it.
    Last edited by iamamiam; August 1st, 2013 at 03:29 AM.

  4. #7
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    I like Alice, Aria, Charlotte, Evelyn, Milena, Penelope, August, Darcy, Evander, Flynn, Kirk, Lincoln, Remus, Soren, Wesley, William.

    Why not spell Avarie the proper way? I don't see the point of giving a name a "creative" spelling? And Avery is so masculine to me, I can't see it on a girl.
    Alice. Marian. Juno. Branwen. Helena. Polly. Ophelia. Rosalind. Cosima. Matilda. Edith. Anna. Claudia. Frances.
    Arthur. Henry. Caspian. Stanley. Justice. Dexter. Edmund. Thomas. Nathaniel. Forest. Oscar. Lucian. Peter.

    http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9782360
    http://listography.com/sapphires

  5. #9
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    GIRL NAMES
    Alice - nice choice, fits with vintage naming trend
    Annalise "Anna/Annie". - okay but I prefer Anna
    Amelie - becoming very popular
    Audrey - nice choice, again Fits with vintage trend
    Avarie "Ava" - Avery spelled this way makes me think of aviary, Ava is VERY popular
    Aria - beauitful name, I like it
    Arriety - confusing name, sounds made up
    Charlotte "Lottie" or "Charly"- nice, vintage choice, becoming popular
    Emmalyn "Emma"- other Em name , not enough different than Emily or Emma to stand out
    Evelyn "Evie" - nice vintage name
    Evaline "Evie"- I prefer Evelyn
    Kate- nice simple name but doesn't give your child many options
    Minerva (Minnie) - I like this vintage name but the nickname isn't appealing (I think of the mouse)
    Milena (Millie) - pretty name with great nickname
    Penelope (Penny) - great name that fits with vintage trend
    Roselle/Rosella - I prefer Rosalie
    Verity - a virtue and vintage name that isn't too common or unheard of

    My favorites are: Aria, Milena, Penelope, Verity, Alice

    BOY NAMES
    August - I like this name with nn Gus
    Darcy - this name strikes me as weak and feminine
    Emrys - same as above, I see a rather sickly, fragile boy when I see this name
    Evander - okay
    Everett - great name, more unique than Elliot but with a similar feel, an adventurous name
    Flynn - nice name, it strikes me as a happy, active name
    Kirk - this sounds abrupt and harsh to me
    Lincoln - nice name - more serious than Flynn and more grounded than Everett but very solid
    Jacob - is a favorite of mine but way too popular
    Jack - okay simple, straight forward, All American
    Joshua- seems very 80s
    Merrick - for some reason this name seems feminine to me
    Remus- unique and interesting name
    Ryder- makes me think of motorcycles interesting and less common than Ryan, like the nn Rye
    Rylan - seems to similar to Ryan and strikes me as a feminized version of Ryan
    Soren - unique and interesting name
    Wesley/Weston- good solid name I prefer Wesley gives options
    Wilder- works nicely unless your child turns out to be unruly
    William- classic name that gives your child options

    My favorites are: Everett, Lincoln, Flynn, Wesley, Ryder
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

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