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Thread: Scarlett, Ruby, or Samantha
August 24th, 2013 10:33 PM #16My current favourites for my baby bear #1 in the making
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August 24th, 2013 10:50 PM #18Senior Member
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August 25th, 2013 02:40 PM #20Senior Member
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Ruby (nn.: Rhubarb, Roo, Rube, Rubes, Rue)
Samantha (nn.: Amantha, Anne, Annie, Manny, Sam, Sammy)
Scarlett (nn.: Carly, Letta, Lettie, Scar, Scarly, Scout)
1. Scarlett: I prefer Scarlett most. I prefer Charlotte to Scarlett. The colour Scarlett is beautiful. I don't like how Carl is in it: Scarlett.
2. Ruby: I like Ruby. You could the nn. Red. I don't like how short and limiting it is.
3. Samantha: Reminds me of Tabitha. It reminds me of Samantha the witch from Bewitched. I think of Halloween before Christmas. I don't like how MAN is in it: Samantha.
Belle (meaning: beautiful)
Carol (meaning: free man)
Clara (meaning: light) (She's also the girl from "The Nutcracker")
Eira (meaning: snow)
Estelle, Estella, Esther (meaning: star)
Evangeline (meaning: bearer of good news)
Felicity (meaning: happy, good fortune) (Reminds me of Christmas and a time of happiness.)
Garland (meaning: decorative wreath)
Gloria (meaning: glory)
Holiday (meaning: holiday)
Holly (meaning: holly)
Ivy (meaning: ivy)
Josephine (meaning: Jehovah increases) (Josephine is a feminization of Joseph)
Merry (meaning: merry) (It reminds me of the Christmas time, a merry time.)
Neva (meaning: white snow)
Noelle (meaning: Christmas time)
Seraphine (meaning: fiery) (Seraphine is from the highest order of angels)
Seren (meaning: star)
Stella (meaning: star)
Winter (meaning: winter)
I would go with Evangeline Winter.
Evangeline contains Eve and Angel, reminding me of Jesus and Christmas celebrations. Evangeline feels really fresh and sweet, but can easily be seen on an adult.
Winter is much more whimsical, but it's safe and sweet in the middle spot.
I'm wishing you the best of luck.
August 25th, 2013 06:36 PM #22
My vote is for Scarlett! Scarlett gives me the "warm and cozy, but wintery" vibe the most out of the three. Ruby would be my second pick! ^_^
Scarlett makes me think of a scarlet woolen scarf on a cold, snowy, winter day. Or sitting around a fire with red embers on a snowy winter night. Or a forest full of red leaves on a chilly autumn day. Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't get a "wintery" vibe from Samantha at all.
I really like the pp's suggestion of Evangeline Winter! I love Winter! Especially as a first name. What about Winter Josephine, Winter Seraphine, Winter Evangeline, Winter Anastasia, or Winter Noelle?twenty, virgo, student, & changing my name.
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August 25th, 2013 07:38 PM #24
Personally, I'm not a particular fan of Samantha, but it's because Samantha feels like a fur muff, mugs of hot chocolate, and carved mahogany to me. If a cozy winter name is what you're looking for, I think this one fits the bill.
I like Scarlett, and while it can be applied to winter, it's more a color, independence and strength to me. The feel I get from Scarlett in the winter is a dash of red contrasted with bitter cold snow and wind, like a scarf, or a cardinal. Not really cozy.
Ruby is another I like, though I do think of rubies, the birthstone of...June or July? Still, Ruby can feel cozy and warm, because of the sounds of Ruby, so I think it would work, especially with a wintry middle to complete the picture, like Ruby Natalia (Natalia means "born at Christmas," if I recall -- and it almost makes me wish my baby were coming in December instead of March!)
Other combos I can think of are: Ruby Victoria, Ruby Noel, Ruby Gloria, Ruby Joy Noel, Ruby Winter, Ruby Snow, Ruby Stella, Ruby Nova Gloria, Ruby Angelina, Ruby December, Ruby Ember.
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