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October 20th, 2013 04:54 PM #6Senior Member
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- Jul 2013
Lay-nuh or Lee-nuh? I like both but prefer the latter as Lina
For some reason, I can't bring myself to like it. The 'gar' in the middle is very ugly to me
A solid meh
That spelling makes me think of meerkats. Mira is gorgeous though
Love the nn Jo, but not the rest of the name
Mardi in French is Tuesday
I like the Zanna/Sannah nn, but not crazy about the name itself. Susan with bells on
Clara from Doctor Who in my mind, but if that doesn't bother you it's a lovely name
Prefer Eve and Ava, but this is definitely short and very sweet
I accidentally fell in love with this name oops
Pretty, but the meaning is a sticking point for me
I could write a sonnet about how much I love Sophie. My favourite off your list and miles better than Sophia IMO.~~~~~~14 year old Canadian geek~~~~~~
Alaska, Laila, Jasmine, Rachel, Amara, Daine, Anne, Sarai, Caroline, Alianne, Freya, Sophie, Coraline, Beth
Combos: Alaska Jasmine, Alianne Inara, Laila Coraline, Freya Sarai, Anne Zaina, Rachel Amira, Amara May, Sophie Noor, Beth Aziza
Avery, Rowan, Stellan, Sky, Dusk, Hart, Castiel, Alastair
Combos: Dusk Alexander, Sky Amir, Hart Ismail
October 20th, 2013 05:04 PM #8Senior Member
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- Feb 2013
Lena - A spunky vibrant name which has a lot of energy. It's cool.
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Margaret - a regal sounding classic, Margaret is lovely name.
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Frances - a grown up sounding classic, she's elegant and wholesome. I also like the Frankie nickname.
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Meera - Not keen on Meera it's okay but it's a little off beat for me.
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Josephine - a regal, elegant name which has a lovely sound. Josephine sounds really soft.
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Mardee - Similarly with Meera I dislike Mardee it's a little unattractive.
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Alma - I think this name is a cute retro choice, he has a soft sound and looks sweet.
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Susannah - A lovely fruity classic, it's very elegant and sweet. I love the whole vibrant style of Susannah.
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Clara - She's a great bluesy name with a lot of style. Clara sounds really elegant and vibrant.
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Hazel - I'm really not into the name Hazel, for me I find her unattractive and I feel that people are just jumping on the bandwagon because it's retro and people are loving that craze right now. But if Hazel was fashionable and part of the retro craze people wouldn't use her. She's just a little off.
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Eva - She's a bluesy classic with a lot of vibrancy and energy. Eva has a similar sound and style to Clara.
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Audrey - a lovely classic, with a great vibe. Audrey sounds wholesome and has a lovely vibe. She's great.
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Cecilia - a lovely delicate name with an almost lacy vibe. She's sweet and delicate in sound. I also love the Cecily nickname.
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Celia - I prefer the sound of Cecilia it's just prettier. But still it's a fine name.
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Sophie - Sooooo popular in my country!!! Sophie just feels slightly beige, and in though Sophia is literally dying with popularity she is still far prettier than Sophie. She has a kick which is really attractive.
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October 20th, 2013 05:19 PM #10Senior Member
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- Apr 2013
Lena- Pretty enough, but has never seemed like a whole name to me.
Margaret- A little too dated for me, but I love the nicknames Maggie and Margo. I prefer Magnolia to Margaretm and Margie is, to me, way to dated for a little girl.
Frances- I would call her Frankie, and nothing could stop me
Meera- I prefer it spelled Mira. I think it's a pretty name, but it's not in my top ten.
Josephine- Josie is sweet, but again, it's a little old-fashioned for me.
Mardee- Not a huge fan.
Alma- Again, kind of dated. I think it's cute, though, but I'd use it as a mn.
Susannah- Adorable. I really like Susannah- it makes me think of a cute little girl with freckles and an attitude from down South.
Clara- I prefer Claire, but this nice too. I would definitely consider Clara
Hazel- Gorgeous. I love Hazel.
Eva- Pretty, but too close to Ava for me to use.
Audrey- Another great one, but being number 41 is a dealbreaker.
Cecilia- Great. Old-fashioned, yes, but it has Cece to modern it up.
Celia- Meh, I like Cecelia better.
Sophie- It's definitely nice, but I would prefer Sophia, and they are both too common for me to use.
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October 20th, 2013 06:26 PM #12Senior Member
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- Nov 2012
Lena- it's a pretty name that ages well, very elegant. I closely prefer Elena (even though Lena is pronounced to me like leena, and Elena eh-lane-a). But Lena alone is nice.
Margaret (Margie?)- seems a bit dated and the nn doesn't help refresh it to my ears.
Frances- on the fence with this. It's okay, but doesn't make me swoon
Meera- I prefer mira spelling but really like the sound.
Josephine- so pretty and versatile! Can be feminine or tomboyish.
Mardee- doesn't look like a real name, and sounds like it'd be confused with Marty. Not my favorite, but maybe as a nickname for something else?
Alma- my newest favorite 'vintage' name. Very pretty, simple but not boring. Feminine without frilly.
Susannah- hard to avoid Susie as a nickname, depends on what you like. I like zanna as a nickname though.
Clara- the clar-a pronunciation is hard for me to say (I feel self conscious saying it like I have a fake accent) but I do like the clare-a pronunciation...
Hazel- very pretty!! I've gotten a good bit of push back on it though from the middle aged crowd, which surprised me (though you may have that with other names on the list I'm not sure). Wonder if 'hazy' would happen... Zellie is kinda cute for a nickname.
Eva- I should know this one... But this name still makes me wonder, is it eh-va or ee-va?
Audrey- on my list, love it!
Cecilia- very nice, reminds me of Felicity.
Celia- prefer it as a nickname for Cecilia, brings to mind celiacs disease, but it's not the first thing to come to mind.
Sophie- I prefer Sophia but it is really nice too.