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Thread: Ivy or Eliza

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2016

    Ivy or Eliza

    I really love the name Ivy and the hubs likes it pretty well too. However our last name is similar to Hill in that it is a one syllable topographic/geographic name that starts with H. I'm concerned that the name would sound too much like a place name. Ivy Hill?

    I also like Eliza, but it's a distant second.

    What do you guys think? Do you have any suggestions for names similar to Ivy/Eliza? Middle name suggestions?

    My other favorites that the husband has said no to: Phoebe, Amelia, Claire, and Quinn.

    The hubs likes the classics: Elizabeth, Margaret, etc. They're lovely but not exactly my style.

    What we seem to agree on are traditional names that are a little more "spunky." Can you help us?

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2014

    Top choices:
    Winifred Hazel, Josephine Violet, Daisy Beatrix
    Casper Elijah, Theodore August, Archie Linus

    Daisy Ruby Violet Hazel June Louise Frances
    Winifred Josephine Beatrix Cordelia Alice Mabel

    Casper Theodore Oliver Harry Archie Arthur
    Nathaniel Elijah August Jude Harvey Linus Otto

  3. #5
    I prefer Eliza by a long shot! Ivy feels quite trendy to me and it's one of my least favorite nature names. I think that since your husband prefers the classic and you prefer the more quirky names it's the perfect compromise and feels a lot more fresh and lovely than the traditional Elizabeth without feeling trendy.
    Minnie ..................................................
    Elisabet Marianne Wonder or Elisabet Mirabelle Snow
    Eliza Marigold Snow or Eliza Mirabelle Snow
    Lilibet Marianne Snow or Lilibet Marianne Wonder
    Viola Marianne Love or Viola Mirabelle Love

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Oct 2016
    I'm digging Ivy Annabelle. Thanks

  5. #9
    How about Zoe?

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