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September 4th, 2013 02:45 AM #1
September 4th, 2013 03:23 AM #3Senior Member
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Charlotte--pretty, but I have a bad association w/it
Elena--nice for a middle name
Elizabeth--my favorite vintage/classic
Hazel--she'll always be a maid to me
Juliet--romantic, I slightly prefer Juliette
Katherine--prefer it as Catherine or Catarina, but lovely...classic
Nina--makes me think of Columbus' ships
Mariana--pretty for a middle name
Rosemary--you really like classic English names....
Elijah--favorite Bible name
David--second favorite Bible name
Conrad--too masculine, even for a man.
Henry--my least favorite classic
Julian--kind of soft for a boy
Jeremiah--too Biblical (no other associations...except the bullfrog from the song).
Sebastian--sweet, smart, adventurous, a great reader.
Thomas--love Thomas, not much for Tom
September 4th, 2013 03:29 AM #5
September 4th, 2013 03:31 AM #7Senior Member
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Susannah - I don't love this, though it seems to be spiking a bit in popularity now. I think of the bible and the country song
Camilla - I like this but prefer Camille
Caroline - Prefer Coraline (Carol is so middle-age lady to me)
Cordelia - Love, and love Cornelia also
Charlotte - Love, despite uber-popularity
Elena - Like. I also like Eleni
Elizabeth - I don't like Beth names. But this is okay, I always associate it with Pride & Prejudice
Hazel - Love the name Hazel! Too bad my husband hates it
Isabel - Prefer Isobel, but I like Isabel as well (especially nn Izzy)
Juliet - Worst character ever, so I am not fond of the name
Katherine - My grandmother's name is Catharina, I prefer that variation
Katarina - Much prefer this to Katherine
Madeleine - Love the storybook connection, hate nn Maddy though
Nina - I like Nina, but its nothing special
Mariana - I prefer just Maria
Beatrice - Nah. Its okay, nn BeeBee is cute
Rosalind - Don'd like the 'd' ending, prefer Rosaline or Rosalyn
Rosemary - Love this name, and all the nickname options!
Zola - Cool! It makes me think of Gypsy fortune tellers
Alexander - Boring
Alaric - Love this, so strong and unusual, makes me think of vikings
Elijah - I had the hugest crush on Elijah Wood in High School
David - One of the best boy names of my childhood
Conrad - I like this, it always makes me think Comrade though
Emmett - Too Twilight
Henry - Not exciting. I do like Henrik
Julian - Not sure why I dislike this so much. I just asume anyone named Julian is a little brat
Jeremiah - Like the full name, but don't like the nn Jerry (which will definitely happen with a 4 syllable name)
James - Pretty good. Not super exciting but there are a lot of great James namesakes (Captain James Hook, for example)
Michael - This is my brother's name, I have always been fond of it
Sebastian - I used to really like this, I think I'm over it now though
Thomas - Not a fan
My favourites are Hazel & AlaricNew username is @ truenature
September 4th, 2013 03:31 AM #9
Susannah- I like this spelling. Very elegant and graceful
Camilla-nice but not my favorite.
Caroline- like, elegant.
Cordelia-nice, very elegant
Charlotte- I love it. Its vintage but modern at the same time.
Elena- nice, its pretty.
Elizabeth. Classic, can't go wrong. Love the nn Eliza.
Hazel- I have never really understood thr appeal of this name but it is nice.
Isabel- love it. So classy and elegant. I like the Isabelle spelling more.
Juliet- love this too. Classy and elegant.
Katherine- one of my favorite names. Classy, elegant, strong and feminine.I prefer the Catherine spelling.
Madeleine- love this spelling. Elegant and pretty.
Nina- nice but it is the Spanish word for godmother. And I call my godmotther that, so I see it less as a name, although I know its totally legit. I just think godmother everytime I see it.
Mariana- love it. I love the painting Mariana in the South by John William Waterhouse as well.
Beatrice- this is one of the names that I should like but I don't really care for. I prefer the spanish pronuciation as well.
Rosemary- pretty but I also think of the 60s scary movie.
Alexander- love such a regal name.
Alaric- huge gp of mine. It just sounds awesome. But it also seems like one of those names were I don't think any little boy can pull off.
David- great name. The name of one of my brothers and nephew.
Conrad- nms. Makes me think of comrade.
I think you have a great listRaquel-21 year old who loves names, books, and languages
Ladies: Catherine Isabella,Helena Margaret, Clara Josephine, Amelia Juliet, Louisa Genevieve, Eva Rosalind, Rose Fiammetta, Edith Lenore, Charlotte Rosamund, Eleanora Winter
Gentlemen: Asher Frederick, Nicholas Hugo, Henry Oliver, William Grey, Matthew Isaiah, Thomas Alaric, George Everett