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September 29th, 2013 07:10 PM #21Senior Member
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Morgana is definitely my favorite, so gorgeous and there's a mysterious, courageous quality to it that I love.Sean Connor | Patrick Donovan | Sullivan John | Michael Killian | Thomas Iain | Finnegan Mark | James Gabriel | Vincent Anthony | Joseph Brennan | Daniel Ryan |
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September 29th, 2013 07:20 PM #23Senior Member
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September 29th, 2013 07:33 PM #25Senior Member
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I love Malachite, for a girl or a boy. mal-ah-kite- gorgeous green stone, nickname kai/kye, which has various meanings when searched in wikipedia.
I also love Cypress.
I love unusual names but your taste is unlike mine, so I will make a list of the beautiful and magical nature names I love: (that go with Aphrodite)
Demarys/Demaris (from demeter/demetria) demm-air-iss)-lover of the earth and fruitful increase -(with demi, mary for a nn)
Aries, Jericho, Junia, Garnet, Aqua, Lark, Aura, Zephyr, Haven, Quartz for shorter middle name options
September 29th, 2013 07:44 PM #27
Bellicent - this reminds me too much of my wicked aunt Belinda.
Belphoebe - prefer just Phoebe
Callisto - not bad, prefer Calista, or Calanthe/Calantha
Circe - reminds me of Cirque
Eimyrja - very confusing
Eurydice - not a fan at all
Fiammetta - love this
Hespera - like this
Iphigenia - too complicated
Lorelei - love this
Lysistrata - too complicated
Mardoll/Mardolla - not a fan
Marzanna - nice!
Mellonia - too close to melanoma
Melpomene - too confusing
Melusine - sounds like a disease :/
Morgana - adore this!
Nausicaa - not too bad, but prefer Narcissa or Nerissa!
Niniane - all I get is ninny.
Pandora - LOVE this!
Polyhymnia - I don't think any child would be able to pronounce this.
Proserpina - not too bad
Tanaquil - first read that as Tequila
Tinuviel - not sure how I feel on this
Titania - I adore this, but I'm afraid the three letters at the beginning will not go over well in a high school setting.
Vanadis - not really the right style for Aphrodite's sister.
Villanelle - all I get is villain :/
Yvaine - this sounds so magical!
Aphrodite & Narcissa
Aphrodite & Pandora
Aphrodite & Calanthe
Aphrodite & Fiammetta
Aphrodite & Diana
Aphrodite & Morgana
Aphrodite & Minerva
Hopefully this helped!Louis, Henry, Darcy, Joel, Finley, Andrew, Adam, Oliver, Joshua, Mackenzie, Morgan, Joseph, Walter & Harrison
Imogen, Charlotte, Sophia, Clara, Rosalind, Alexina, Amelia, Freya, Eleanor, Harriet, Madeleine, & Philippa
September 29th, 2013 07:59 PM #29
The ones that shine brightest for me:
Fiammetta (still love this! Super warm and fuzzy)
Hespera (like her more and more, as I keep seeing her on your threads!)
And suprisingly, for me, Villanelle (I said it aloud and it's so pretty!)
Titania and Circe are also ridiculously cool.
I'm still kind of hoping for a little Galileo though! But so many of these are wonderful, sending all the warm fuzzies to you.The old standbys:
Annora Juliet, Verity, Elspeth, Marianne, Josephine, Gwendolyn, Rosemary Constance
Edmund Henry, Winston, Gilbert, August, Walter, Edwin, Hugh Theodore
The wildcards:Zelda, Griffin, Guinevere, Bertram, Mirabel, Josiah, Clio, Reginald