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  1. #1
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    Help with 6-syllable combos!

    Hello nameberries.

    I have a long list of favourite names, however I find it really difficult to come up with combos that I really love.
    I was wondering if you could help me come up with some?

    Both myself and husband have 6-syllable names (8 if you include last name) and so we would like to continue this trend if possible!

    We are happy to use one OR two middle names.

    Our last name is 2 syllables, begins with P and ends in 'ell'.

    I personally love alliteration and assonance, provided it is not too over-the-top!

    Feel free to suggest other names, however please note I can be VERY picky, so try not to deviate from the list too much!

    Anyway, hope you can help me come up with some 6-syllable combos - your help is much appreciated!

    Ameline
    Antonia
    Apolline
    Ariadne
    Arianwen
    Arriety
    Arwen
    August
    Augustine
    Aubrey
    Beatrix
    Berenice
    Bernadine
    Brady
    Brenna
    Ceridwen
    Cora
    Coralie
    Coraline
    Cymbeline
    Elodie
    Elowen
    Emmeline
    Esme
    Esmeralda
    Freda
    Frederica
    Freyda
    Gwendolen
    Hermione
    Isla
    Josephine
    Juniper
    Juno
    Luna
    Madeline
    Maeby
    Marceline
    Matilda
    Merit
    Nova
    November
    Ramona
    Rosalie
    Rosaline
    Rosella
    Rosetta
    Rosina
    Saoirse
    Sixtine
    Tallulah
    Theadora
    Trudy
    Valentina
    Xanthe
    Xanthia (I like to pronounce this ex-ann-thee-ah, but do you think people will just say zan-thee-ah?)
    Zola
    Last edited by freddiethepink; November 20th, 2013 at 02:02 AM.
    Victor | Ephraim | Phineas | Alfred | Rupert

    Trudy | Marceline | Ramona | Cicely | Winifred

  2. #3
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    Any suggestions? My current favourite is Marceline Matilda.
    Victor | Ephraim | Phineas | Alfred | Rupert

    Trudy | Marceline | Ramona | Cicely | Winifred

  3. #5
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    Marceline Matilda is cute - since you like alliteration - M is a really good letter for it : D. I do think 4 2, 2 4, 1 5, 5 1 rhythms often sound better than 3 3. Still, Marceline Matilda works well enough because the endings are distinct as are the rhythms within each syllable.

    I'll give a few suggestions. You have a great list, but I'll only put as firsts the ones I think have the most staying power and are also consistent enough with your own style based on the list.

    there are more but sticking to the As I would suggest...

    Aubrey Theodora (prefer that spelling over Theadora, but sure Theadora too)
    Aubrey Valentina
    Antonia Maeby (to me, Antonia is 4, although I know that 'i' is really quick)
    Antonia Merit
    Ariadne Cora
    Ariadne Luna
    Ariadne Juno

  4. #7
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    I like Marceline Matilda. Marcheline is perhaps another to consider?


    Cora Cymbeline (CC for nickname?!)

    Arrietty August

    Esmeralda Beatrix

    Xanthia (love this name, but not sure on a middle name... Maybe Xanthia Augustine or Xanthia Emmeline?)
    直美 Naomi

    Lucia Pascale

    Avery Edward Francis

  5. #9
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    Thanks jesba, of those I like Aubrey Theadora and Antonia Maeby best. (I agree that Antonia is 4 syllables!)

    I prefer the Theadora spelling as I don't like that the word odor appears in Theodora!

    I'm not so sure on the Ariadne combos. Ariadne Juno references two characters played by Ellen Page! (in Inception, and Juno). Not necessarily a bad connection, but might seem like a crazed fan!

    Thanks for your help
    Victor | Ephraim | Phineas | Alfred | Rupert

    Trudy | Marceline | Ramona | Cicely | Winifred

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