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  1. #6
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    Maebry Eloise o Emilia Sunday o Annabel Birdie
    Piers Lachlan o Roan August o Gray Everett
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    heart my son

  2. #8
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    I adore your naming style!

    Flora - Pretty, but has always sounded a little elderly to me. I tend to prefer Florence or Florentine.
    Ophelia - Adore! Though the Shakespearean maiden was rather tragic.
    Gemma - Cute. Not my favorite though.
    Leonor - Nice. I prefer Leonora or Lenore.
    Emma - Meh. Too popular.
    Penelope - Not my fave, but I like nn Pippi.
    Alice - Lovely, reminds me of Lewis Carroll's Wonderland heroine.
    Amelia / Emilia - Both are pretty, but too popular. Emilia sounds a little more exotic.
    Matilda - I like the Roald Dahl character, but not the name itself.
    Ida (ee-dah) - I've always pronounced it with "eye" as the first syllable..
    Rose - Pretty. Simple.
    Rosalie - Gorgeous.
    Leonora - Lovely.
    Eleanor - Strong and beautiful.
    Eleonora - See Eleanor.
    Ella - Nice. Dainty and princess-like.
    Clara - Prissy and matronly.
    Clementine - Cute.
    Elise - Meh.
    Belle - Also, very popular.
    Dahlia / Dalia - Reminds me too much of the Black Dahlia movie. I like Thalia better.
    Genevieve - Nice.
    Viole - Do you mean Viola? I love Viola.
    Violetta - Too frilly for me.
    Mila - Pretty.
    Juliette - Also very pretty.

    Unsure:
    Lilia - I love Lily.
    Amelie - I adore the film, and that's the image I get.
    Aurora - A much more special "princess" name than Belle, imo.
    Elizabeth - Simply because it's the one-name-fits-all, and there's so many girls that could encapsulate it.
    Lucy - Cute and spunky.
    Viola - A great Shakespearean girl, plus the main character of one of my favorite books.
    Theodora - Wise and intelligent. I like nn Thea.
    Cecilia - A few too many C's for me, but I love Cicely.
    Amedeo Enjolras Aristotle Leonardo Archer Olivier Mischa Liam Caspian Benedict Theodore Fitzwilliam
    Rosalie Evangeline Mirabelle Ophelia Alice Elisabeth Stella Titania Artemis Cicely Margarethe Thalia Astrid

  3. #10
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    Flora: (one of my top 2 girls names) Lovely.
    Ophelia: (the other of my top 2 girls names) Again, lovely.
    Gemmane of the G names that I like! I'm not a huge fan of G's, but Gemma is so pretty.
    Leonor maybe Leonore/Lenore/Leonora? Leonor looks unfinished.
    Emma: Most people see Emma as a really popular name, I see it as a gorgeous, timeless classic! I really like it.
    Penelope: I really like Penelope! Especially the nn Penny
    Alice lovely and timeless.
    Amelia / Emilia: I don't know which one I prefer! I like them both, but they're NMS.
    Matilda: Cute! It's one of those names that you can see as a cute baby but also as a grown woman.
    Ida (ee-dah): Ida is really pretty, but I think it would have pronunciation issues. If you said it fast we here I live, people might think you're saying Eta, which is a brand. But I like it
    Rose: I only like this as a first name. Or if it really goes well with the first name when it's in the middle spot.
    Rosalie: Pretty.
    Leonora: ah, that's much better!
    Eleanor: gorgeous and timeless.
    Eleonora: I prefer Eleanor, but this is gorgeous too.
    Ella: popular, but pretty.
    Clara: really nice! Again, timeless.
    Clementine: hmm, I could see this on other people, but I would use it myself.
    Elise: lovely!
    Belle: like Rose, I only like this as a first name. So pretty.
    Dahlia / Dalia: NMS, but nice.
    Genevieve: if I met someone called Genevieve, I think I would grow to like it, even though I'm not a huge G fan. I like the sound of it though.
    Viole: Is this supposed to be Violet/Viola?
    Violetta: I prefer Violet.
    Mila: LOVE this. I prefer it spelled Milla, but this is a guilty pleasure of mine.
    Juliette: lovely.

    Unsure:
    [name_f]Lilia[/name_f: I prefer Lila or Lily.
    Amelie: I like this better than Amelia.
    Aurora: NMS, have you thought of Aurelia?
    Elizabeth: lovely. timeless, and aaah love this.
    Lucy: I kind of like this.
    Viola: I prefer Violet.
    Theodora: pretty!
    Cecilia: I like this.

    All your names remind me of a little garden, with birds and light pink and white flowers, and little fairies.
    Jude, blackbird.

    Amelia \//\ Goldy \//\ Halcyon /\\/ Hero \//\ Frances /\\/ Marian \//\ Olive /\\/ Poppy \//\ Robin


  4. #12
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    Ophelia (the other of my top 2 girls names) -my current fave as well
    Gemma -my current fave
    Emma -still adorable even in the top five or whichever spot it has claimed this year
    Alice -like it lots-my mom wanted to name me this but my dad didn't like it
    Rosalie -like it
    Ella -still love this name after years of finding it so short, simple, and pretty without being boring with elle or ellie as my fave nn's
    Clara -pretty, but I love Claria (CLAR-ree-ah)
    Belle -adorable middle option
    Dahlia / Dalia -same with amelie
    Amelie -very pretty but it still has time to grow on me
    Aurora -my great g-ma's fn and she pronounced it as Aura, love it
    Elizabeth -like it, like it even more and Love it with an S instead of a Z
    Lucy -like it

    Here are some names from nb list you may like:
    Dominique
    Alexandria
    Ivory
    Julianne
    Annabeth
    Jezebel
    Josephina
    Sophie
    Ceridwen
    Harmony
    Melody
    Judith
    Olympia
    Serafina
    Blythe
    Bethany
    Lark
    Robin
    Jay
    Juniper
    Florence with Wren for a nn
    Lawrence with Wren for a nn
    Damaris
    Dawn, Asha, Camille, Flynn, Quincy, Emberley, Emery, Alexis, Augusta, Natalie, Naomi
    Simone, Kelsey, Jillian, Meadow, Willow, Nova, Juneau, Cypress, Beverley, Marjorie
    Sidney, Oriana, Heidi and a million more

  5. #14
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    Thank you for the all the comments so far.

    I'm such a big idiot, forgetting the "t" in Violet (I didn't even know Viole is a name).

    There's quite a few people liking Lenore, where I live it's a laundry detergent and I can't really see past that (it does have a pretty sound though).
    Leonor is a spanish (royal) name and I agree that Leonore looks prettier but I'd pronounce it Leo-nor-eh, how would you pronounce it?

    @ikfly
    I really like Seraphina and Margot is growing on me (mostly because of Despicable Me).

    @jasmine.lee
    Aurelia is gorgeous. Thanks!

    @ashleyjuliette
    Thanks so much for all the suggestions. At the moment my favourite of those is Sophie. It's beautiful and, to me, fresher than Sophia.
    Last edited by opheliaflora; October 19th, 2013 at 09:06 PM.

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