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August 25th, 2013 09:01 PM #1
A Name We Both Can Love -- Girls Round *3*
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Last edited by saracita00; January 16th, 2014 at 04:38 PM.Waiting for an October surprise:
Ragnar & Apollos.undecided
Zuzia & Constance & Opal combos in progress!
August 25th, 2013 09:38 PM #3
Here are some suggestions for you! (by the way, I love Ragnar for your boy!)
Octavia (nn Via/Fia?)
Amoret (nn Amie?)
Tallulah (nn Lulu)
Cleo/Clio (too nicknamey?)
Eleanor/Eleanor-Rose? (nn Elle/Ellie/Nora)
Florence (nn Flossie/Florrie)
Vivienne (too close to Evie?)
Matilda (nn Millie/Tillie/Mattie)
Francesca (nn Frankie, Chesca, Chessie)
Best of luck!
August 25th, 2013 09:38 PM #5
Phew! This is hard!
From his list, I like Willow, Violet, and Aurora. From yours, I like Gwyneth, Magnolia, Magdalene, and Nova. Willow is on both lists, but I'm guessing you don't love it enough to commit.
I didn't really read through your previous post, so I'm sorry if any of these names have already been suggested:
Rosalie nn rose or rosie
Novalie nn nova
Kerensa nn kensa or kensi
Veronica nn vicka
Danica nn dani
Victoria nn vicka, or tori
Elowen nn Ella or Ellie
Sylvia nn Sylvie
Delilah nn Della or Lila
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August 25th, 2013 10:02 PM #7Senior Member
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Some of the names that for whatever reason struck me as potentially bridging your tastes begin with a C, which I know you hoped to avoid, but:
Cassia (second pp's suggestion above)
Thea (you said no Ts but, I pronounce this one Thee-uh, if that makes a difference)
Thalia (similarly, Thay-lee-uh, an unusual but legitimate pronunciation)
Viola (I like it pronounced VYE-uh-la, like Violet with the last syllable altered)
I know you guys have been through a lot of names, and I'm guessing some of these have already been rejected by one or both of you, but there it is.
ETA: Just remembering your husband's only-one-pronunciation rule, so I guess many of these won't work for that reason. Sorry!
Last edited by hilary; August 25th, 2013 at 10:40 PM. Reason: grammar
August 25th, 2013 10:22 PM #9