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  1. #1
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    Name for new baby girl

    Hi,

    I need some help choosing a name for my new baby girl - due 30 December.

    I have two girls already - Skye and Isadora. I'm pretty open to suggestion, but want it to sound good when linked with her older siblings

  2. #3
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    Thoughts:
    Skye is 1 syllable, Isadora is 3 syllables, go with a 2 syllable name, maybe.
    They both have an S, maybe look to use that to tie them together.
    They both end with different vowel sounds, maybe look to end with a different one.
    Neither is super common - less common names might fit better.
    Names wouldn't have to meet all of those of course.

    I like....
    Skye, Isadora, and
    Cleo
    Chloe
    Daphne
    Esme
    Estee
    Juno
    Lucy
    Margo(t)
    Mireille
    Phoebe


  3. #5
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    This is a bit of a challenge because Skye and Isadora are so different in style. We are looking at a one syllable and 4 syllable name, a unisex and a very feminine name, and nature name versus a more classical name. It seems like if you go in either direction, one child will be the odd one out.

    To pull the names together, I think I would look for a two or three syllable name with the s and.or made the I sound.

    Alexis
    Ainsley
    Allison
    Aspen
    Chelsea
    Ellis
    Esme
    Iris
    Josie
    Gwen Eleanor... Mary Josephine ... Anna Juliet ... Iris Evelyn ... Sage Catherine ** Arlo Grant ... Drew Thomas ... Eli James ... Owen Vincent... Jay Theodore

  4. #7
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    Eudora - Dorothea - Violetta - Odelia - Augusta - Odette - Isolde - Valentine - Leopoldine - Amaryllis - Sixtine
    Eulalia - Aurelia - Marigold - Ariadne - Viola - Cosima - Philomena -Enid - Rosalind - Marguerite - Honore
    Averil - Caius - Casimir - Edmund - Ignatius - Benedict - Virgil - Raphael - Leopold - Clement - Caspar - Rainer - Romain
    Cassian - Isidore - Wenceslaus - Balthasar - Peregrine - Gilbert - Cornelius - Augustine - Carlisle - Quentin - Severin - Castiel

  5. #9
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    Jul 2013
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    Thanks so much for the ideas!
    I know the names are very different, Skye was my choice, Isadora is nearly always called Dora if that helps. I love slightly unusual and underused classic names. And I was hoping the meaning for my new baby's name would be something to do with "blue or silver or storms". Of the names listed I really like Cleo (would never have thought of that), and Alexis (have always loved Alexis, but unfortunately can't use it, my friend has a Lexi).

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