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September 9th, 2013 04:26 PM #6Senior Member
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Love loads of your names. I'll comment on my favourites:
Israel- Amazing for sentiment and sound! Would love to meet a little Israel!
Chanel-I'm not a fan of Chanel as it is considered tacky where I live, Cocoa is divine though!
Aspen- Lovely name but nms.
Jessica- Very popular near me at the minute but a good name, not too fond of nn Jess.
Galilee- Great name but I would only use this as a middle.
Clementine- Beautiful but associations with the song are too strong to ignore.
Oceana- Absolutely gorgeous name!
Israel Oceana is my favourite overall combination of your list but Israel Ophelia is divine!XFebruary Elizabeth Blythe - Edelweiss Florence - Clothilde Lilibet Echo
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September 9th, 2013 04:42 PM #8
Cleo ~ Spunky and fun. Love this.
Vida ~ This is pretty. I prefer Veda or Leta or even Leda.
Columbia ~ NMS. I can sorta see the appeal but I don't think it's pretty or even really sounds like a name.
Israel ~ NMS. I don't think this is pretty at all.
Daisy ~ This is cute.
Ariana ~ I think this is pretty. Is it weird that I wouldn't mind this being my name but I wouldn't name my child this?
Lucy ~ This is cute. It's just okay to me though. Overall it's just not really for me but nice for other people.
Cora ~ Lovely.
Chanel ~ Kinda tacky to me, imo.
Aspen ~ Don't really see the appeal?
Jessica ~ I know // have known too many to like this. Seems dated. I prefer Jessamine.
Rose ~ Gorg.
Marie ~ So pretty and refreshing in the first name spot.
Lily ~ I love Lily but it's just so popular. Maybe Calla?
Carmela ~ This is okay. It's pretty but I don't like the CAR sound. I like Camilla better.
Georgia ~ Not really my style. It's okay though, nothing wrong with it.
India ~ This sound is nice but I don't like it used as a name.
Jane ~ It's okay. A but plain....Jane lol for me.
Noreiss ~ I've never heard of this but I'm not really feeling the pronunciation // sound.
Audrey ~ Pretty.
Marilyn ~ This is okay. Could work.
Galilee ~ Dislike the GA sound .
Clementine ~ It's quirky. I like it for other people.
Oceana ~ This is nice. I think I'd prefer it in the middle.
Sakarah ~ This is okay. Not sure about this one.|| Andrea || 23 || name obsessed ||Dahlia Juliette // Cassia Ondine // Elysia Celeste // Giselle Ariadne // Thalia Eve // Iris Aurelia // Theia Melisande/Seraphine // Leta Fleur // Azalea Camille // Veda Naomi // Milena TessAlexander Atlas // Lucian Matteo // Caius Sebastian // Valentino Gabriel 'Valo' // Julian Fox // Orion Thomas // Leo Hadrian //
September 9th, 2013 04:58 PM #10
September 9th, 2013 05:16 PM #12Senior Member
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Cleo - very cute
Vida - sounds like a cleaning brand or something (maybe I'm connecting it to Vileda)
Columbia - I think this has way too many associations for it to ever work as a name
Israel - Seems kind of tacky
Daisy - cute, vintage, girly
Ariana - this is one of those names that I just personally dislike. nothing wrong with it, I just can't stand it.=
Lucy - spunky, girly, and sweet
Cora - love Cora! very vintage but fresh
Chanel - very very tacky/trashy
Aspen - not my style, but I see the nature appeal
Jessica - seems pretty dated to me
Rose - I love love love Rose! Rose nn Rosie is in my top 5 at the moment
Marie - feels dated
Lily - like it, but it's pretty popular
Carmela - I prefer Camilla
Georgia - I really like Georgia, but I can't use it for personal reasons so I'm always happy to see it on other peoples' lists!
India - I know there has been a lot of debate about India on Nameberry, but I'm not so opposed to it. I probably wouldn't use it because I have no ties whatsoever to India or Indian culture, but I think it could make a nice middle name if you do
Jane - I love the simplicity of Jane. It sounds like such an uncommon name, but it's actually so rare to hear on a little girl nowadays!
Noreiss - I think this would bring up a hefty amount of pronunciation problems and spelling issues
Audrey - very vintage glam, like it
Marilyn - ditto Audrey, but less common
Galilee - just can't see this as an actual name
Clementine - I love the southern feel to this but I don't know if I can actually imagine it on a really person
Oceana - doesn't really sound like a name to me
Sakarah - not my style, plus pronunciation issues might arise
September 9th, 2013 06:11 PM #14
Cleo- it's ok.
Vida- means life in Spanish, not a fan.
Columbia- a river, so I wouldn't use it.
Israel- I've met a few boys with this name, it's all boy to me.
Daisy- cute, but too babyish, like a nickname.
Ariana- cute, but this name makes me think the parents were trying too hard to be flouncy.
Lucy- Adorable name!
Cora- Another adorable name!
Chanel- over the top and flouncy. See Ariana.
Aspen- Its ok.
Jessica- makes me think of the 80's.
Marie- Cute, but plain imo
Lily- Cute, but I prefer as a nickname for Lillian or Lillyana
Carmela- Its ok.
Georgia- its ok.
India- its a country
Jane- cute but plain
Noreiss- I'm not even sure how to say this one.
Audrey- Love it!
Galilee- Sea in middle East
Clementine- Oh my darlin, oh my darlin, oh my darlin Clementine. You are lost and gone forever, dreadful sorry, Clementine. That song is all I hear when I hear this name.
Sakarah- I'm not sure how to say this name either.
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