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Thread: To Encircle Circe with Magic
November 12th, 2013 09:19 AM #16
Okay, I have a moment to look at the combos you already have.
Remember my hangup with vowel-ending names being next to vowel-beginning names? Yeah, you have a lot of that going on here, so I don’t love these combos very much. :-( I did spot Ondine and Olwen making the leap from the names you suggested for me! Would you consider Circe Tinuviel Ondine? I like that a lot. Some thing for Circe Tinuviel Eimyrja - though if Tinuviel NEEDS to stay in third spot, I think Circe Eimyrja Tinuviel is the best of the vowel-to-vowel combinations.
Also I think Lilje is a great “tweak” for your Lily combo. It feels very Scandinavian. Or if you’re looking for a “normal name” then I think Lily would be a pretty fantastic option, it looks gorgeous with the other names, and I think Tinuviel manages to balance the similar sounds of Circe and Lily. The song makes for a nice additional layer of meaning, since you like it so much that seems important.
I’m afraid I just plain don’t care for Ophelia with Circe and Tinuviel. C and T are utterly light delicate strength, and Ophelia…just isn’t quite right for some reason. Too much frill, maybe? Too heavy?
Circe Gersemi Tinuviel is very cute, but it sounds…cute. I think it’s not quite right.
A couple of Scandinavian names I found:
Circe Benedikte Tinuviel (Norwegian form of Benedict "blessed”), which is attractive but maybe laced a bit too tightly.
Circe Brytteva Tinuviel (bright/shining + to give) - I like the V’s in both middles here, and I think the meaning is cool considering your imagery for Circe.
Circe Kolbjørg Tinuviel (black/dark + save/stronghold/castle)My March arrival:
We call her Daisy
in honor of my mom.
November 12th, 2013 09:38 AM #18Member
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I just have to add this! Lykke is making its way as a Norwegian name, and I think Circe Tinúviel Lykke (Circe Lykke Tinúviel? Flow isn't my thing) is to die for. (If you pronounce it the Norwegian way of course, sur-see lykk-ee isn't the bestest of sounds). The meaning is great, it's Scandinavian and oh, my loooooord, the image. My heart might just beat its way out of my chest.
November 12th, 2013 10:08 AM #20
Yep I say she's practically finished and filed away already! My heart jumps for joy to see Nuvi in anything, so really the first middle is just icing on the cake of a beautifully perfect combo. My top 2 would be your original pairing and Sessh's fantastic new suggestion, if you choose to add that to the list. =]
Circe Ophelia Tinuviel- I like Ophelia, I don't love Ophelia, but I know you love her and she sounds divine
Circe Lilja Tinuviel- A great namesake, a lovely flower, and this new spelling is a perfect nod to your heritageDominic James~ (4)
Gabriel : Jude : Phineas : Sebastian
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November 12th, 2013 03:14 PM #22Senior Member
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November 12th, 2013 03:18 PM #24
As basically everyone else, I'm full aboard the Circe Ophelia Tinúviel team. It flows, it's a ravishing combination, the names are so beautiful, what's there more to want?
And some suggestion:
Circe Aviaaja Tinúviel
Circe Briseis Tinúviel
Circe Eira Tinúviel
Circe Ellisif Tinúviel
Circe Elva Tinúviel
Circe Eostre Tinúviel
Circe Frigga Tinúviel
Circe Frøydis Tinúviel (Frøydis meaning "sister")
Circe Idunn Tinúviel
Circe Iselin Tinúviel
Circe Ivalo Tinúviel
Circe Nerthus Tinúviel
Circe Ostara Tinúviel
Circe Regitze Tinúviel (pronunciation of Regitze)
Circe Sibilja Tinúviel
Circe Sifa Tinúviel
Circe Sigrid Tinúviel (or Circe Tinúviel Sigrid)
Circe Sølva Tinúviel
Circe Tinúviel Elise
Circe Tinúviel Lærke (Danish for "lark")
Circe Tinúviel Noor
Circe Tinúviel Rǫskva/Røskva
Circe Tinúviel Veslemøy (this is such a stretch but I absolutely adore Veslemøy, it's so adorable)
Circe Valdís Tinúviel
And I love the suggestions of:
Circe Dagmar Tinúviel
Circe Eimyrja Tinúviel
Circe Ingrid Tinúviel (was gonna suggest this myself actually)
Circe Lilje Tinúviel (or Circe Tinúviel Lilje depending on how you pronounce Lilje)Zelia/Elja • Nineteen • Name and history nerd from an early age • I have a blog.