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Thread: A sister name for Seamus
September 23rd, 2013 09:40 AM #1Member
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A sister name for Seamus
I have fallen in love with Seamus. The name sounds masculine, strong, but sweet. What do you think of the name Seamus?
I am having a hard time finding a girl name that sounds good with it.
This is my list of girl names I like, in no particular order:
Which of these names do you think would fit best with brother Seamus? Do you have any other suggestions or middles? Thanks and take it away!
September 23rd, 2013 10:09 AM #3
Marigold! I just added it to my list.Edmund, Edward, Beowulf, Arlo, Robin, Thorin, Emil, Erik, Lysander, Magnus, Percy, Orpheus, David, Edgar, Roland, Gaspar, Wesley, Thierry, Gustav, Joshua, Ludwig, Lucius, Harley, Godfrey, Ansel, August, Harold, Hugo, Amadeus
Rosalyn, Griselda, Dorothea, Charlotte, Cecily, Anastasia, Dulcie, Elaine, Freya, Seraphina, Bethany, Aurora, Amoret, Blanche, Georgina, Cvijeta, Millicent, Melody, Valkyrie, Lenore, Juliet, Celestine, Bridget, Sunniva, Nimue, Madelief, Isabella, Helena, Flora, Isolde
September 23rd, 2013 10:38 AM #5Senior Member
My little man O.P arrived 6-14-15My Teddy Bear (aka my puppy): Rufus (4-24-13)
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Maeve Elowen-Lillian Faye-Arianne Lily-Emilia Winter-Zoe Iris-Lena Eloise-Ella Violet-Lorelei Eve-Corinne Ivy-Lila Ruby-Eden Penelope-Piper Annelise-Violet Noelle-Nora Juniper
Ronan Adler-Finn Alden-Emmett Parker-Jack Emerson-Rhys Donovan-Cormac Reid-Archer Jameson-Alden Brooks-Miles Lorcan-Cillian Grey-Parker James-Carter Dean-Logan Shepherd-Lucas Fox
September 23rd, 2013 03:05 PM #7Senior Member
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Seamus is so cool! The first time I saw this name I thought it was pronounced as sea-moos, I was about five and mus is Norwegian for mouse. I was obsessed with C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia at this point so I associated the name Seamus with the mouse Reepicheep who was a mouse at sea, haha. So I like Seamus very much, although I was slightly disappointed when I realised it was pronounced very differently to how I thought it was... oh, well, I got over it!
Of your names I think Marigold would be smashing perfection with Seamus. I'd imagine them to be raised on an organic farm, swimming in the tall grass, playing peek-a-boo with the cats and chasing chickens. Silly chickens... I also think Stella and Penelope would be great.
If you want some more Celtic-ness:
Bonnie (how cute is Bonnie?)
Other random things:
VestaMy darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014
September 23rd, 2013 03:42 PM #9