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August 14th, 2013 11:53 AM #1Senior Member
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- Mar 2013
brutally honest opinions wanted on my girls listI hope to be a mom one day. For now I enjoy being a name lover.
My apologies for any typos; i post from my mobile phone.
August 14th, 2013 12:09 PM #3
You have a lovely list !
From the love :
Imogen : i like it . Immy is just adorable .
Clementine : I dont know why but i never like that name
Rosamund : One of my favorite Rose names . The nn Romy is lovely .
Florence : One of my favorites . Such a refress choice .
From the like :
Genevieve : Love althought i slightly prefer Guinevere
Georgiana : Love it !! I espessially adore the Pride & Prejudice connection .
Helena : Like it althought i prefer Elena spelling
Evangeline : Love it . Espessially with the nn Eve & Evie .
Selma : My least favorite . Sound ugly to me .
Juliet : Stunning name !!
For the guilty pleasures i would use them all !! Stunning names & totally usable .
Artemis : LOVE it . Some people will tell you to use this on a boy but who want to name her son after a goddess ? ( no offence to anyone )
Echo : Love it .
Scout : Love it espessialy with the book association . Bad a ** name !
for the middles i would keep them all espessialy Hero .
Do you need any first & middle combos ?Vasiliki ,
~ Josephine Helen Alaska * Persephone Ligeia Rose * Evangeline Cordelia Saint * Isobel Martha Juliet * Rose Ophelia Seren .
~ Dorian Charles Wolf * Amadeus Evander Clarke * Edgar Varren Thorne * Orpheus Alexandros * Viktor Damian Klaus * Gideon Alasdair Valor * Dante Constantine * Prometheus Orion Balthazar * Lucian Raphael .
August 14th, 2013 12:09 PM #5
Imogen - a lovely Shakespearean gem
Clementine - its sweetness makes me smile!
Rosamund - One of my favourite -Rose names.
Florence - One of the few place names I love.
Genevieve - Gorgeous!
Georgiana - Lush and elegant
Helena - beautiful name of depth and history
Evangeline - the Catholic girl in me loves this one! I love the poem too!
Selma - uh, I like vintage names but this is not a fave. The worst name on your list so far!
Juliet - A tragic Shakespearean heroine but the name is pretty.
Artemis- I think this is lovely as a first name too!
Echo - I don't like the myth behind it! Why would anyone want to call a girl Echo, Woman need strong voices to be heard!
Scout - Boy Scout! Cute as a nn but can you see a grown woman or a grandmother with this name?
Bliss - I find this name kind of cheesy even in the middle spot.
Joy - Perfectly fine but not my favourite word name
Felicity - I love this name. It makes me happy!
Clemency - Ok but I prefer Clementine.
Lark - A nice one for the middle spot
Eliza - spunky
Hero - yeah, she was a FEMALE mythological figure but the name still seems masculine to me. On par with Bliss for cheesiness.All the best,
August 14th, 2013 12:23 PM #7Senior Member
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- Nov 2012
Imogen - Love. Underused in the States, but common enough in England. Strange, ethereal sound, but very substantial and weighty, too.
Clementine - Love it in theory, but when I actually say it aloud, it sounds like it should be the name of a household cleaner.
Rosamund - Love, regardless of pronunciation, but the hard O version is growing on me daily.
Florence - Great meaning and history, wonderful namesakes, and references a fabulous city to boot! A lovely name all around with many potential nicknames.
Genevieve - My favourite name at the moment. You really can't beat that meaning "woman of the people," and a great saint, too.
Georgiana - Love when pronounced jor-JAY-nuh. Find it a little too country for my tastes when pronounced "jor-jee-AH-nuh" or jor-jee-ANN-uh," and worst of all, "jor-JAN-uh."
Helena - Love when pronouced Helen + uh, but don't like "huh-LAY-nuh." (When pronounced thus, sounds too much like Elena, Elaine, Alaina...just blends into a whole host of names)
Evangeline - Cute
Selma - Aww, I like it. A little country, but sweet.
Juliet - Love.
Artemis - Yes, go for it!
Echo - Cute!
Scout - Maybe as a nickname.
Bliss - too literal? Not a fan at all. Hissy and somewhat hippiefied.
Joy - Sweet. Literal, too, but has been used as a name long enough that the effect is dulled.
Felicity - LOVE! Would make a great first, too!
Clemency - Prefer Clemence by a long shot.
Lark - Like!
Eliza -Like! As a first, too.
Hero - Literal, not a big fan.
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Simeon | Lionel | Barnabus | Ezekiel | Hector | Ignatius | August | Jove | Sayer | Booker | Mariner | Cecil | Godfrey
August 14th, 2013 12:25 PM #9
Imogen- pretty but not my favorite
Clementine- I think it's just ok
Rosamund- really like a lot
Florence- pretty and lots of great nicknames
Genevieve- lovely name
Georgiana- too long, I prefer Georgia or Georgina
Helena- really like it
Evangeline- very pretty
Selma- I like it, unique
Juliet- its ok, I'm not a big fan of Jul- names
Artemis- its ok
Echo- don't like
Scout- better as a nickname
Bliss- not a fan
Joy- lovely middle name
Felicity- like it
Clemency- no thank you
Hero- its okfrontrunners:
Jane | Calvin
Alice | Naomi | Bridget | Fiona | Faye
Rosalind | Lucy | Evangeline | Gwyneth
Jude | Asher | Griffin | Nathan | Oliver
Lars | Bram | Oren | Kieran | Rhett
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