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Thread: Thoughts on my Combos
August 16th, 2013 12:46 PM #1Senior Member
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Thoughts on my Combos
Hey Berries! I've recently been revamping a lot of my girls combos and thought it would be helpful to get some second opinions since my list is a bit all over the place. You can rank them, comment on them, and I'm definitely open to suggestions. Thanks for your help!
Katherine Juliet “Kit”
Henrietta Claire “Hattie”
Lillian Heidi “Lilly”
Lucille Vittoria "Lucy"
Selena BrynCaroline - 18 - fascinated by names
Isabel Charlotte ~ Briella Daisy ~ Aria Josephine ~ Livia Sloane ~ Selena Bryn
Henry Jonah ~ Ivan Gilbert ~ Theodore James ~ Maxwell Griffin ~ Noel Declan
View my full name list
August 16th, 2013 01:01 PM #3
I will rate them on how they look and sound together. Faves are in bold.
Ana Felicity - Yes, I know Ana is the Spanish spelling...if only it didn't look so short! One more "n" and Anna Felicity would be fine!
Aria Josephine - Pretty to look at and to say aloud!
Katherine Juliet “Kit” - you can't go wrong with two classics. I do prefer Catherine Juliet
Kaya Emmeline - I prefer the spelling of Caia or Kaia.
Hanna Rosalind - Again, I know Hanna is a legitimate spelling but I think Hannah Rosalind "looks" better.
Hazel Aurora - A vintage and princess-y name all rolled into one!
Henrietta Claire “Hattie” - Claire smoothes out the clunkiness of Henrietta. Hattie Claire is cute!
Isabel Charlotte - This may be my favourite. Classic chic!
Lillian Heidi “Lilly” - I don't like the cutesy Heidi. I new a mean Lillian when I was young so that isn't a favourite name either.
Livia Sloane - Livia is a gorgeous Italian gem. Why ruin it with the name Sloane which rhymes with moan and groan? They seem oddly mismatched to me.
Lola Sofia - too many vowels
Lucille Vittoria "Lucy" - I love Lucille. I'm not a fan of Vittoria/Victoria.
Luna Eloise - too heavy on the "oo" sounds
Noa Genevieve - A strange match but they flow well together.
Penelope Winter - This is a lovely pairing! The frilliness of Penelope is grounded by the coolness of Winter in the middle spot.
Selena Bryn - I like the spelling Selina better but these two names work well together.All the best,
August 16th, 2013 02:13 PM #5
ooo, I really like your style. A lot of these are really lovely!
Katherine Juliet “Kit” - lovely!
Livia Sloane - I'm not over the moon about Sloane, but Livia is one I swoon over! What about Livia Naomi or Livia Sue or Livia Sable?
Luna Eloise - very pretty!
Aria Josephine - beautiful
Briella Daisy - I'm not too fond of Daisy and I think the trendier Briella needs something more substantial in the middle. Briella Dinah or Briella Ivy or Briella Cecily
Gemma Scarlett - pretty
Penelope Winter - ooo, very elegant
Anastasia Greta - I normally like -a/-a combos but I don't like the flow of this one. Anastasia Winter or Anastasia Clara or Anastasia Bryn?
Hanna Rosalind - pretty, a bit n heavy, but I still like it
Henrietta Claire “Hattie” - I'm not super fond of Henrietta, but it's a lovely combo
Hazel Aurora - I don't mind it. Neither name is my favorite, but it's nice together
Lucille Vittoria "Lucy" - I like Lucy a lot, Vittoria is interesting as well. It's not bad.
Ana Felicity - simple but nice
Isabel Charlotte - both very popular, I think Isabella Charlotte flows better
Lillian Heidi “Lilly” -cute combo, I like it. I'd put Heidi first personally, Heidi Lilliana.
Noa Genevieve - I adore Genevieve! Noa I just don't really like on a girl. It's all boy to me. Nora Genevieve or Noelle Genevieve or Nova Genevieve or Genoa Eve I'd be all over with love!
Effy Matilda - Matilda is a super cute mn, I'm not fond of Effy. I know too many people who say "effing" to replace the F word, and that's all I can ever think of.
Lola Sofia - Lia Sofia is a brand of jewelry and I have a few of their pieces. And I really don't like Lola--I hear "low light" or "low life" or "lie low". What about Laura Sofia or Lyra Sofia or Leona Sofia?
Selena Bryn - all I think of is the Mexican singer who was killed. Not a great connection.
Kaya Emmeline - I'm just not fond of either name. Kaya seems very trendy as does Emmeline.Top Names: Benedict Zeal & Noelle Geneva
Olivia/Livy : Darah/Bethel : Eve/Verity
Eli/Calvin: Luke/Zane: Levi/Phineas
TTC this year!!
August 16th, 2013 02:13 PM #7Senior Member
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Ana Felicity - very cute
Anastasia Greta - the flow is off
Aria Josephine - they don't feel the same to me...Greta Josephine works for me though
Briella Daisy - a bit cutesy
Effy Matilda - What would Effy be short for? I wouldn't want to be a grown woman with Effie as my full first name.
Gemma Scarlett - very nice
Katherine Juliet “Kit” - OK, this one is lovely
Kaya Emmeline - the ending A and beginning E trips my tongue, and they're stylistically quite different
Hanna Rosalind - oh that's charming; I love this spelling
Hazel Aurora - this may be my favorite Hazel combination
Henrietta Claire “Hattie” - prefer spelling Clare
Isabel Charlotte - lovely combination, and I love that spelling, but a more unexpected middle would be fun there
Lillian Heidi “Lilly” - the combination is off, though I love Lillian
Livia Sloane - oh that's cute
Lola Sofia - works
Lucille Vittoria "Lucy" - combination doesn't work for me
Luna Eloise - very sweet, if a bit too much quirk--maybe Luna Rosalind?
Noa Genevieve - good flow, unexpected
Penelope Winter - lovely
Selena Bryn - not my style but it flows well
August 17th, 2013 03:22 AM #9Senior Member
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Ana Felicity - I, too, prefer the Anna spelling, but in general I find both just so very plain. Plus, with a virtue name like Felicity, the whole image is very stuffy.
Anastasia Greta - Anastasia is a lovely, princessy name, and really just doesn't flow well at all with Greta. Though I dislike Greta, if you like it, consider Anastasia Gretel, for flow's sake. I would choose a different name from your list, however, like Anastasia Brielle or Anastasia Scarlett instead. Also, for me, depends on how you pronounce it? Are you thinking ah-nah-staz-ee-uh or anna-stay-juh? I dislike the first one (sounds like "nasty") but the latter is lovely.
Aria Josephine - The flow is nice, though the names' styles are very different. Meh.
Briella Daisy - Cute, prefer Daisy Briella or Daisy Brielle.
Effy Matilda - Effy feels very nickname-y to me, and the only Effy/Effie's I know of are fictional characters: Effy Stonem, from the TV show Skins, and Effie Trinket, from The Hunger Games. While they might be interesting characters, I wouldn't want my daughter modeled after either of them.
Gemma Scarlett - Very lovely. Has a gorgeous Southern belle flair.
Katherine Juliet “Kit” - Nickname Kit is an adorable variation on Kate, though I just dislike the Katherine spelling, and as a whole I prefer Juliet to Katherine. This one might not be my favorite, but it's in runner-up category.
Kaya Emmeline - These two names don't really go together...Emmeline isn't my favorite, and isn't Kaya a doll or something?
Hanna Rosalind - Lovely, though I prefer Rosalind Hanna.
Hazel Aurora - Ooh, gorgeous. Both Hazel Aurora and Aurora Hazel are beautiful.
Henrietta Claire “Hattie” - Hattie is a stretch from Henrietta; I also prefer Hendrika to Henrietta. Clare is prettier than Claire. This one's a little old-ladyish, but not necessarily in a bad way.
Isabel Charlotte - two very, very trendy names. Isabel Carlotta or Jezebel Charlotte would freshen them up a bit.
Lillian Heidi “Lilly” - Meh.
Livia Sloane - Livia and Sloane don't go at all; Livia is dramatic and ultra-feminine, Sloane is a grunt, very masculine.
Lola Sofia - Feminississima. Lola Sophie or Lily Sophia would flow better.
Lucille Vittoria "Lucy" - Another uber-feminine combo. Prettier than the others.
Luna Eloise - Cute, quirky.
Noa Genevieve - Absolutely beautiful, but I do hope you're pronouncing Noa as noh-AH, and not as the boys' name Noah (which has emphasis as NOH-ah).
Penelope Winter - Penelope is very cutesy and Winter strong and grown-up; the two don't match. Phaedra Winter or Persephone Winter would do better.
Selena Bryn - Flows well, though not my favorite names.Amedeo Enjolras Aristotle Leonardo Archer Olivier Mischa Liam Caspian Benedict Theodore FitzwilliamRosalie Evangeline Mirabelle Ophelia Alice Elisabeth Stella Titania Artemis Cicely Margarethe Thalia Astrid