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  1. #6
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    Margaret Sophia - feels very French.
    Ada Lillian - I like Ada Lilliana though
    Lavinia Charlotte
    Priscilla - both I feel are a bit L heavy, Priscilla Margaret?
    Christiana Wren - beautiful
    Penelope Sophia - or what about Penelope Susannah?
    Jemima Eleanor - though I like Jemima Penelope a lot as well
    Augusta Caroline
    Adelina Clementine
    Alethea Margaret
    Agatha Violet - I'm not fond of Agatha, but Violet does make it feel a bit lighter
    Clementine Sophia
    Cordelia - both are a bit long I think. Cordelia Pearl? Cordelia Jane?
    Eloisa Catherine
    Evelina Catherine
    Georgiana Claire
    Honora - since they both begin with a vowel they run together a bit and sound like "honor uh emily" etc. Honora Claire? Honora Sophia?
    Lucinda Eleanor
    Philippa Charlotte - much better flow
    Rosamund Olivia
    Rosanna Lily
    Ottilie Sophia
    Pearl Sophia
    Emmeline Violet
    Theodora Primrose
    Olivia/Livia/Livy/Liv : Thessaly/Darah/Bethel : Noelle/Eve
    Benedict/Eli: Jude/Zane: Luke/Darius : Levi/Phineas/Calvin


  2. #8
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  3. #10
    Margaret Eleanor

    Ada Catherine

    Lavinia Charlotte

    Priscilla Eloise/Priscilla Elizabeth--I'm not sure either of these middles flow well with Priscilla. Maybe try finding a middle that starts with a consonant?

    Christiana Wren

    Penelope Elizabeth/Penelope Sophia--I think a name as long as Penelope needs something short and snappy after it, like Jane or Grey or Maude

    Jemima Catherine/Jemima Eleanor--see note on Priscilla

    Augusta Caroline--really pretty!

    Adelina Clementine

    Alethea Margaret--though, again, somethin shorter might flow better

    Agatha Violet--cute, and I think it would wear well

    Clementine Emilia--my daughter's name is Clementine Eloise, so I'm pretty partial to this name!

    Cordelia Emmeline--I love both of these names, but I do have a hard time saying aloud a fn that ends in 'a' and a mn that begins with another vowel. They tend to run together, I think.

    Eloisa Catherine

    Evelina Catherine

    Georgiana Claire

    Honora Emily/Honora Isabelle--see note on Priscilla

    Lucinda Eleanor/Lucinda Isabelle--see note on Priscilla

    Philippa Charlotte

    Rosamund Olivia

    Rosanna Lily

    Ottilie Kathleen/Ottilie Sophia--I'm not sure either of these middles 'go' with Ottilie

    Pearl Sophia/Pearl Olivia--How about Sophia Pearl?

    Emmeline Violet

    Theodora Primrose--This is cute, though a mouthful

    I'm not sure if maybe my pronunciation is different than yours, but I do have trouble with all the -a ending names followed by vowel-beginning names--it's an effort to separate the two names, audibly, and my natural instinct is to slur them. I also agree with mischa that some differing amounts of syllables might help with rhythm and flow. You do seem to like the name Catherine a bit--have you considered that as a first name?

    Best of luck to you--you've got some real beauties on your list!

  4. #12
    Margaret Eleanor

    Ada Catherine

    Lavinia Charlotte

    Priscilla Eloise/Priscilla Elizabeth--I'm not sure either of these middles flow well with Priscilla. Maybe try finding a middle that starts with a consonant?

    Christiana Wren

    Penelope Elizabeth/Penelope Sophia--I think a name as long as Penelope needs something short and snappy after it, like Jane or Grey or Maude

    Jemima Catherine/Jemima Eleanor--see note on Priscilla

    Augusta Caroline--really pretty!

    Adelina Clementine

    Alethea Margaret--though, again, somethin shorter might flow better

    Agatha Violet--cute, and I think it would wear well

    Clementine Emilia--my daughter's name is Clementine Eloise, so I'm pretty partial to this name!

    Cordelia Emmeline--I love both of these names, but I do have a hard time saying aloud a fn that ends in 'a' and a mn that begins with another vowel. They tend to run together, I think.

    Eloisa Catherine

    Evelina Catherine

    Georgiana Claire

    Honora Emily/Honora Isabelle--see note on Priscilla

    Lucinda Eleanor/Lucinda Isabelle--see note on Priscilla

    Philippa Charlotte

    Rosamund Olivia

    Rosanna Lily

    Ottilie Kathleen/Ottilie Sophia--I'm not sure either of these middles 'go' with Ottilie

    Pearl Sophia/Pearl Olivia--How about Sophia Pearl?

    Emmeline Violet

    Theodora Primrose--This is cute, though a mouthful

    I'm not sure if maybe my pronunciation is different than yours, but I do have trouble with all the -a ending names followed by vowel-beginning names--it's an effort to separate the two names, audibly, and my natural instinct is to slur them. I also agree with mischa that some differing amounts of syllables might help with rhythm and flow. You do seem to like the name Catherine a bit--have you considered that as a first name?

    Best of luck to you--you've got some real beauties on your list!

  5. #14
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