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October 30th, 2013 06:22 PM #1
"Morrow" for a girl? Possible nn Row
I was re-reading Anne Morrow Lindbergh's Gift from The Sea, and it reminded me how much I loved reading her works as a young girl.
Then I started thinking about the name Morrow for a girl...it strikes me as unisex, kinda Harlowe -esque. My husband is adamant about having Elisabeth in the name, so I was playing around with Morrow Elisabeth...I'm never sure when it comes to girls names, I change my mind much too often!No Reserves. No Retreats. No Regrets.
October 30th, 2013 06:27 PM #3Senior Member
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At first I didn't like it but then you mentioned Harlowe and my opinion changed! I love noun names such as Holiday, Cricket, Hero etc so I don't see why this is different. It has a lovely sound and the traditional Elisabeth flows so well and gives it a cute edge. The combination is seriously lovely!XBlythe Echo Gwendolyn (Echo)
Eulalie Blake Euphemia (Poet)
Boheme Ireland Kate (Bowie?)
Viktor Wolfgang (Wolf)
Penn Digby Sullivan
Bayard Fenton James (Bear)
Others: Beau (m), Plum, Penelope, Scotland, Hero
October 30th, 2013 07:14 PM #5
October 30th, 2013 07:38 PM #7
Like tomorrow with the "to" cut off and very close to marrow. I'm not a fan.
October 30th, 2013 07:55 PM #9
At first I read Marrow. I wonder if there is a way to change the spelling to avoid this. Morrowe looks odd to me.Charles Hawthorne "Charlie" o Jack Wilder o Theodore Boone "Teddy"
Sophie Jane Magnolia o Emma Eloise Maebry o Anneline Elisabet Winter
crushing on - Piers Lachlan, Tadhg Emerson, and Maebry Eloise
GP - Wilder Thackeray and Story Anneliese
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heart my son ❤