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September 12th, 2013 06:20 AM #11Senior Member
- Join Date
- Jul 2012
- London, England
First I need to get Shenandoah out of my system. You've just made me fall head over heels in love with this name, and that's not an easy thing to do. I truly love this name for you, how wonderful would it be to have a name that is this meaningful to your parents? And the song is lovely.
Gwyneth Shenandoah Rose
Gwyneth Shenandoah Livny
Gwyneth Shenandoah Daisy
Gwyneth Shenandoah Iverine
Gwyneth Shenandoah Jane
Gwyneth Shenandoah Quinn
Gwyneth Shenandoah Coda
Gwyneth Shenandoah Musette/Minuet
Gwyneth Shenandoah Melody
Names not including Shenandoah:
Gwyneth Quintessa Rose
Gwyneth Quintessa Daisy
Gwyneth Quintessa Melody
Gwyneth Quinta Liberty
Gwyneth Dagny Beatrix
Gwyneth Dulcinea Liberty
Gwyneth Dulcinea Jeanette
Gwyneth Dulcinea Rose
Gwyneth Dulcinea Felicity
Gwyneth Marigold Tesla
Gwyneth Daisy Iverine
Gwyneth Livny Edelweiss
Gwyneth Azalea Jeanette
That's it for now. I really love Aurora, but in my head it doesn't go very well with Gwyneth.My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014
September 12th, 2013 07:22 AM #13~Boys~
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Julian Remy Charles, Vasiliy Lochlan Michael.
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Merit Eleanora Adelaide, Clover Elodie Seraphine, Bridie Scarlett Viola,
Marguerite Cecilia Iris, Eilidh Clara Valentine.
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September 12th, 2013 11:51 AM #15Senior Member
- Join Date
- Apr 2011
September 12th, 2013 01:31 PM #17
Ah yay combos! It has been so exciting to watch your list evolve. My favorite two-namers for you guys are:
Gwyneth Daisy (for both your mother's flowers and because I know your husband likes it so much)
Gwyneth Serafina (which in my opinion, stylistically fits the most with your older daughter's name)
However, I do love the idea of you actually using Quinn in there as well. It's a pretty name and the birth-order significance is quite lovely. Though, since Gwen-Quinn is rather rhymey, it does seem to sound much better with another middle name separating the two. My favorites would be:
Gwyneth Magnolia Quinn
Gwyneth Dulcinea Quinn
& Gwyneth Felicity Quinn
September 12th, 2013 07:10 PM #19
Ahh! So much beautiful-ness!
My favorites right now are:
Gwyneth Daisy Iverine - Daisy thrown in the middle of those two formal names is unexpected, spunky and fun! and family names are always plus for me.
Gwyneth Quintessa Rose - ahh! THIS sounds like such a fine lady-in-waiting or princess! I also like how the two middles go together, so even though it's two names the syllabic emphasis makes it sounds more like one, Quintessa-Rose. I'll mull it over to see if I decide if the Gwen-Quinn thing is too rhymey.
Gwyneth Quinta Liberty - ooh, she's feisty. I lllllllike it. It's like, everything Scarlett is, without the red part.
Gwyneth Magnolia Jean - this makes me smile, it's fanciful and yet grounded at the same time.
Gwyneth Magnolia Quinn - upbeat and fun, another one where the two middles run together in a good way.
Gwyneth Pegeen - Too much G and EE sound? It's pretty off-the-beaten-trail, but I like it.
Gwyneth Marigold - It's almost like these names contrast, but in a way that I find appealing.
Gwyneth Daisy Shenandoah - I reversed the middles suggested and I sort of LOVE it this way.
Gwyneth Dulcinea Liberty - eek, "Blessed, Sweet Freedom" as the meaning? My Patriot heart beats faster. 11 total syllables is a bit much for me though :-(
Gwyneth Violet Magdalene - I love the "rhythm" of this one but Violet isn't thrilling me here.
Gwyneth Felicity Quinn - Aww, I really like this, it sounds like a blessing on the blessed-happy-fifth-born, but I guess Gwyneth and Felicity almost mean the same thing, which I didn't think of before.
It's a girl coming in March!
Dulcinea Liberty Lanz nn "Daisy"