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Thread: Your weird naming rules
September 11th, 2013 09:33 PM #21
1. Middle names must honour family
2. Nothing too unique most of my favourites are top 100 here in Australia
3. Nothing too dated the only reason why Wilhelmina and Eulalia aren't in my top 10 is they are too dated
4. Nothing too hard to say the only reason why I can't love Amelia-Lily as much as I want to.
5. Must make sense to my mother she can't get on board with Alice sadly
I'm shocked how many people take popularity so seriously.☆Isobel★Eloise☆Matilda★Alice☆Eleanor★ Amelia☆ Elena★Mirabel☆ Felicity★Phoebe ☆Eilidh ★Rosalia☆Roisin★Azalea☆Elsa★Arabella☆ Genevieve★Elodie☆Ruby★Charlotte☆
☆Eamon★Tiago☆Cooper★Jack☆Jago★Flynn☆ Archer★Lincoln☆Asher★Alfie☆Taylor★Baxter ☆Finnian★Lawson☆Jasper★Deacon☆Lewis ★Oscar☆Fletcher★Caspian☆
September 11th, 2013 09:35 PM #23
I have a few that i always follow:
1) None of the names can start with the same letter/sound
2) Must have a postive meaning
3) first and middle flow well
4) middle has meaning to me
5) names flow well as a sibset (same style)
6) not a requirement, but I like the names not to all end in the same sound ie Lily, Ruby, Rosy and ivy. It just sounds really matchy.
Clara Lily, Rose Madeleine, Belle (need mn), Tessa Charlotte. Lucy, Emma, Elsa, Maggie, Lena, Lily, Leah, Lila, Ella, Aria, Annabel, Ivy, Charlotte, Elizabeth, Talia
Seth Alexander, James (need mn), William Samuel. Luke, Caleb, Leo, Liam, Samuel, Jacob.
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September 11th, 2013 09:49 PM #25Senior Member
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`Nicknames ending in "y" or "ie" should almost always be spelled with an "ie". Allie, Mollie, Daisie (i know, i know)
`Also I love girls names that go vowel-double-consonant-vowel. like names with etta, ella, elle, or anna in them (but not by themselves)
`Also. If a name can be correctly spelled with a C, even if the K version is common, it MUST BE SPELLED WITH A C. i.e. Catherine vs Katherine
`Sibsets can share a letter, as long as the beginning sounds are different and do not rhyme (not *too* repetitive for the last syllables...). Also applies to possible nicknames. (Abby and Alex? Okay. ALice and ALex? no. Addison "Addy" and Abigail "Abby"? Abby and Addy? No.)
`Sibsets are important. They have to "go".
`Remember Initials and Monograms
`Uncommon Nicknames, or Nicknames that help make a name more "usable" (though a name should be pretty usable to begin with) = Yes.
`Popular = Okay (Nothing in the top 50-ish though)
`Trendy or Hipster = Maybe
`Whackball = No
Idk, color me oddball.→teenberry←you can call me gailnames i like: have cute nicknames, soft s sounds, family meaning, or vowel-double consonant-vowel pattern
□cecilia renee, kay wells, agnes, rosemary "rosie" augusta, isabelle "issy"□■george, philip, thomas, bruno, james, mack, joseph, walter "walt", willis "will", franklin "frank", arthur, martin■◊guilty pleasures: della, philomela, sullivan◊
September 11th, 2013 11:01 PM #27Junior Member
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Name must be spelled traditionally
No uni-sex first names
First name popularity cannot be in the top 100
First or middle name must have some family significance
First and middle name meanings must go together
First, middle, and last names cannot have the same number of syllables (for example, Percy George Darrellson rather than Jackson Thomas David)
Sibling names cannot start with the same letter (exception with twins lol)
Siblings of the same gender need names with the same number of syllables (for example Lily Grace and Rosa May)
September 12th, 2013 05:16 PM #29
The biggiein our house is: No family names! We're in the minority here but we have a "new person, new name" policy. This has caused us to ditch several beautiful names which are variants of family members, but rules are rules! Our little babe will be the first grandchild on either side of the family and there'd be jealousy and resentment from one party or the other if we picked out one person to honour. Also it means we'll never have to use a name we don't like because of family significance, and we'll never have to choose first names based on how they flow with non-negotiable middles.