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    Challenge: Girly nn out of boyish fn

    Challenge: Girly nn out of boyish fn
    Last edited by southernspice; August 23rd, 2013 at 09:49 PM.

  2. #3
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    What about Emory/Emery or Ember nn Emme? Alden Jane is a fine combo, but I personally don't care for it too much. I don't like Alden, and Jane has always been a name that I've hated.
    twenty, virgo, college student,
    lover of nature, fairy tales, and anything fantasy˙·٠(◡‿◡✿)

  3. #5
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    Alden Jane is okay. I don't think you need another E name really. but if you want to use Emme, what about the initials M.E ? Like Marley Elise nn Emme?
    Emerald, Emilia, Emira, Emmett??
    [B][CENTER][FONT=Fixedsys][SIZE=5]Mikayla[/SIZE][/FONT][/CENTER][/B]
    [CENTER][FONT=Fixedsys]mom to Parker Hermione
    due December 11 with #2
    [COLOR="#ff6699"]Nova Felicity[/COLOR] OR [COLOR="#3399cc"]Mason Phoenix[/COLOR][/CENTER][/FONT]

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    Childhood is a very short period of time compared to adulthood so a name that sounds all "grown up" is the way to go. We spend most of our lives as adults, don't we? Alden Jane could have the nn's Deni or Janie. Alden means "old" so that's a minus. Do you want another name ending in "n"?

    Afton
    Auden
    Emery/Emory
    Ember/Amberley
    Erin
    Ezra/Ezri
    Egan
    Emmett
    Ennis
    Eustace/Eustiss
    Adair
    Hollis
    Amity
    Arden
    Ashton
    Austen
    August
    Bellamy
    Averill
    Atherton
    Arran
    Arlyn
    Archer
    Ansel
    Alston
    Adriel
    Ackerley
    All the best,
    Mischa.

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    I am also suggesting Emilia. I think it's lovely, and a logical way to get to Emme. I know it's quite girly, but I think it works in your sibset, because Evelyn is also quite feminine, and both your girls' nicknames are very sweet and girly.

    Other Em names to consider: Embry, Emma, Emeline, Emelia, Ember...

    Also, I think that you could get to Emme by using a name that starts with an M - Morgan, Meredith, Marlow, Marin, Madeline... It's a bit of a stretch, but I don't think that matters when it comes to nicknames.

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