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Thread: Luther for a girl?
August 11th, 2013 03:23 PM #6
August 11th, 2013 03:30 PM #8
Luther is a gorgeous name, conjuring up images of Martin Luther King jr and his powerful words, message, and presence. Luther is associated with such an interesting time in American History, Luther is just such a great name! I totally understand why you love this name, but hello it's so masculine!! I would never use this name for a girl.
From your list I like...
Logan is a boy's name. Reese in my eyes only works as a middle name. I prefer Jemima too Jemimah however the racist slur associated with this name is a turn off. EttaMae joint together as one name is strange Etta Mae looks better but I prefer Etta with a longer middle name for example Etta Josephine. Emmelyn sounds sweet but prefer Emmeline.
I really adore the combination Aria Reese : )
August 11th, 2013 03:39 PM #10
I don't like Luther for a girl at all. It's so masculine. Maybe something girly with the Lu sound?
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August 11th, 2013 03:40 PM #12Senior Member
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August 11th, 2013 03:48 PM #14Senior Member
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I don't like it on a girl. Love it on a boy though!
From your girls list I like Etta Mae (separate works better!) and Mabel the best.
If you are planning to use Luther for a future son I see a sister for him named Adelaide.
Adelaide and Luther would be lovely.
Or even Scarlett Mabel/ Henrietta Mabel/ Harriet Mabel nn Etta Mae for a sister.
...In fact, a 'to die for' sibset would be Luther Benjamin, Henrietta Mabel and Adelaide Kate. *swoon*
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