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October 15th, 2013 09:33 AM #46Proud Mama to Serena GenevieveExpecting Twin Boys Summer 2014
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October 15th, 2013 10:20 AM #48
TOP 3: ISOLDE, VESPERTINE, HALCYON
ETA: Whoa caps lock; I didn't mean to put that much emphasis on any of them, but I'm going to leave it because it made me laugh. :P
Last edited by amydomsmom; October 15th, 2013 at 10:22 AM. Reason: i'm sillyDominic James~ (4)
Gabriel : Jude : Phineas : Sebastian
Elena : Felicity : Lavender : Julia
October 15th, 2013 10:41 AM #50
Faustine- I fell in love with Faustina years ago (still on my long list), but I like Faustine too. I guess it's because Faust- names sound so cool.
Isolde- She's back? Good.
Vespertine- No Vespera? Vespertine's very pretty though.
Not sure if you still need/want suggestions, but..
SigridCall me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna. 22. Name nerd.
Clemency | Clementine | Juliette | Helena | Isabelle | Annabelle | Evangeline | Seraphina | Rosalind | Violetta
Vanessa | Audrey | Ariadne | Callista | Belphoebe | Bellatrix | Lyra | Valencia | Valentina | Laetitia | Cytherea
Gavriel | Hermes | Flynn | James | Orion | Alexander | Caspian | Peregrine | Marius | Altair
Callum | Cadmus | Jason | Perseus | Theseus | Oliver | Éomund | Luca | Amias
October 15th, 2013 11:32 AM #52Member
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I cast my vote for Isolde. It's magical and it doesn't get more wintery than that. It's so chilly and frosty- all I is a blond red- cheeked beauty skating on a frozen lake, catching snowflakes with her tongue and doing pirouettes. It may be the "is"- part. (As you may know, it's the Norwegian word for ice.)
October 15th, 2013 02:18 PM #54
I clearly misspelled Quennell with the extra e. (Woops. and sort of sad but... Since Quennell is actually a variant you could probably add the e and nobody would bat and eye-lash - well more than they already would with thsi name. lol.) I found it on NookofNames.
It's an old medieval Anglo-Saxon name. That could come from the Norse Gunnhildr.MAJOR CONSTRUCTION ZONE
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