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Thread: Names you just don't get
August 7th, 2013 02:40 AM #31
Olive: All I see is a vegetable
Agatha: Its the Trunchbull's name not a good association.
Wren: Its not pretty
Lark: See Wren
Agnes: Not pretty
Daphne: it reminds me of scooby doo
Imogen: Its so popular here
Atticus: Not pretty
Poppy: its what I called my grandfather
Graham: Its really dated here I can't see it on a baby
Margaret: Nana name
Theodore: I think of the chipmunk and its a granddad name.〜Ebs〜
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August 7th, 2013 02:47 AM #33Michelle
I'm an Italian teenberry!
I have synesthesia.
Apologies for any grammar/spelling mistakes. I try my best.
Also, I'm bad at naming boys. You'll almost never find me discussing boy names.
August 7th, 2013 05:26 AM #35Senior Member
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- Jun 2013
This is just my opinion ok
Persephone -All I can see is perse(which means a$$ in Finland) and a phone. So to me the name means a$$phone. The pronounciation is pretty but the spelling is bad.
Daphne -sounds like an old lady. I don't like the daff- beginning.
Clementine - just why? I just can't see the appeal.
Kaytlynn, Madysyn, Katryn, Lynzy and other kr8tyvely spelled name
Son- ending names on girls like Emerson, Madison etc
Harriet - very harsh
Juniper -all I can see is a nip. I don't like the way it's pronounced.
Agatha- just terrible imo
Calliope- I don't just get it.
Atticus- All I see is the word attic
Matilda - grandmotherish
Sloan- the pronounciation is bad and the look.
Petra - just ugly
Benedict - terrible
Beatrice/Beatrix - ugly
Any name with a sh- sound for example Alisha, Sheila, Charlotte, Sheridan, Patricia etc
and lots of lots of more.
August 8th, 2013 04:31 PM #37
Is it okay if I post again? I just thought of some more. LOL
Priscilla- Sounds evil
Violet- Sounds too close to "violent" to me
Penelope- I don't see what is so beautiful about this name. Sounds like a bug to me.
Arden/Auden- Too boyish
Topanga- I actually have a friend who is considering this name if her son turns out to be a girl. SMH
Hadley- I just don't see the appeal. Sounds too harsh for a girl
Kinley/Kinsley- Too nickname-y
Florence- I immediately think of fluoride. lol
Abigail- See Hadley
Lark- Just ugly
Emmett- Not appealing
Jasper- Pet name
Nolan- Old manish
Hugo- ew go
Malcom- Nerdy and not in a cute way
Hank- Reminds me of "Hanky panky"
Samuel- Sam is cute on it's own. I just don't like "mule" sound at the end of the full name.My name is Erin. I am 22 years old and I have loved baby names since I was 10.
Girl names: Juliet Grace, Amelia Ruby, Stella Rose, Felicity Kate, Fiona Melody, Lydia Charlotte, Clara Bridget, Esme Victoria, Eliza Audrey
Boy names: Jonathan Rhys, Roman Isaiah, Joel Isaac, Leeland Jack, Micah Wesley, Greyson Jeremiah, Phoenix Owen, Quinn Xavier, Ethan Chandler
August 20th, 2013 12:08 AM #39
Wren - negative personal association and just a weird look altogether.
Imogen - horrible sound IMO
Daphne - all I hear is the "nee" sound at the end and that is totally NMS
London - great place, odd name
Maisie - it's my hamsters name but I didn't even pick it!
ALL HYPHENATED NAMES
NAMES THAT ARE MADE UP OR SPELLED RIDICULOUSLY~catalina~
courage is what it takes
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courage is also what it takes
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