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Thread: Twin Girls
August 3rd, 2013 01:02 PM #11Senior Member
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August 3rd, 2013 06:44 PM #15twenty, virgo, college student,
lover of nature, fairy tales, and anything fantasy˙·٠(◡‿◡✿)
August 3rd, 2013 06:57 PM #17
My thoughts on the names:
Corinne - Very elegant, with a gorgeous European appeal. I like Corinne a lot, along with the simplicity of this choice she feels unique. It's a great classic to go with.
Adelaide - Another lovely name, Adelaide feels very strong and too me has a lot of charisma. Adelaide is a spunky name and looks lovely, I also love the 'Addie' nickname.
Annabel - Lovely choice, Annabel is really soft and whimsical in sound. I also adore the nicknames surrounding Annabel such as Anna, Belle, Annie and potentially Anya. Annabel is great.
Aurora - Okay you've got a fantastic naming style. Aurora has a lovely spark, she feels so majestic and has a lovely Princess feel. I also love that despite feminine quality she has the cool nickname of Rory which for a girl as a stand-alone-name I dislike but as a nickname is cool. Aurora is a great choice.
Emmeline - A beautiful choice, like Corinne she has a very sweet European feel. Emmeline is a lovely name! She has great historical associations with Emmeline Pankhurst and has a lovely nickname of Emme.
Sylvie/Sylvia - Another great choice, but I prefer Sylvia with the Sylvie nickname just because Sylvie does feel slightly informal, even though nickname trend is huge where I am I just don't think Sylvie works as well as other nickname names like Eliza.
Georgia - Ah never ever liked George and his variants this unfortunately includes Georgia.
Corinne & Emmeline (emma-LINE)
Annabel & Sylvia
Aurora & Annabel
Adelaide & Corinne