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Thread: Thoughts on favourite names?
December 9th, 2013 04:34 AM #6
Alexandra - 5/10 There is nothing wrong with it by any means, I just grew up with so so many Alexandras that the name is very played out for me.
Amara - 7/10 I really liked this when I was younger. Very fresh, very easy to say but still interesting. Then my cousin used it for her daughter.
Amari - 3/10 It isn't a girls name to me. My friend has a 5 year old boy called Amari.
Amelia/Amelie (nn Millie) - 8/10 I personally prefer Amelie.
Arden - 7/10 I'm actually a fan of this name. However, I'm more familiar with it as a boys name.
Aurelia - 2/10 Nope. It was my name in my Spanish language class in middle school. Hate it.
Averie - 4/10 Not bad. The spelling is pretty, but I was initially tempted to say "Ave-uh-rie" instead of Avery.
Camila - 2/10 with this spelling, 7/10 if you add the extra L to make it Camilla. I think it's cute.
Charlize (nn Charli) - 1/10 NMS at all
Clara - 5/10 Like Alexandra, it's very played out for me. But it's a perfectly suitable name!
Delfina (nn Delfi) - 6/10 I prefer Delphine. I'm so against the letter F it's borderline insane. But I enjoy the name, it's very fun to say
Emerie - 3/10 Don't like the spelling, but love the name Emery.
Giselle - 8/10 I have this on my list as well, so I clearly love it. But it almost feels too over the top
Haven - 6/10 It is a pretty name. Something about it bugs me, though. But at the same time I find it very interesting...
Imogen - 3/10 It's just meh.
Kyla - 1/10 Don't like it at all. It makes an awkward sound on my tongue.
Lilia - 9/10 Lovely!
Lucia - 3/10 I don't care for the "Loo" sound.
Lydia - 6/10 Cute. Average. I can see this one making a comeback soon, as well.
Lyla - 2/10 I don't know why I don't like this, but I don't
Madeleine - 8/10 Very sweet.
Marisa - 6/10 Same as I feel about Alexandra and Clara.
Mila - 8/10 I love it, but it feels slightly unfinished.
Nina - 9/10 Love. But like Mila, it almost feels unfinished.
Phoebe - 1/10 Always hated this one. No real reason, it just doesn't appeal to me in any way lol
Samara - 4/10 It's a very sweet, girly name...I just don't care much for it
Skye - 2/10 Ever since I met my friend's son named Skye...I'm done
Stella - 3/10 It's cute but doesn't do anything for me.
Summer - 3/10. Very cliche for me. It's one of those names that I think everyone wants to name their daughter at one point
Sybella - 1/10 I don't even know what to do with this one, I'm sorry
Teresa - 6/10 I used to be in love with this name, but now it's just kind of blah. I'll put it in the same category as Alexandra and Clara and Marisa.
My favorites are definitely Amelie, Lilia, Madeleine, Nina, Mila...in that order
December 9th, 2013 04:45 AM #8直美 Naomi
Avery Edward Francis
December 9th, 2013 08:53 AM #10
My favorites from your list are -
Alexandra - 7
Amelia - 7
Clara - 7 (although I prefer Claire - 9)
Lilia - 10
Madeleine - 10
Stella - 9
The other names are personally not my style.
For sisters I like -
Lilia and Madeleine
Claire and Stella
Alexandra and Madeleine
Amelia and Clarie
(My favorite being Madeleine and Lilia)
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December 9th, 2013 09:05 AM #12
December 9th, 2013 09:19 AM #14
Alexandra - It reminds me very much of Alexander, thus making it a masculine and harsh name for a girl
Amara - it's differwnt but cute, unique but not yooniqce
Amari - I like Amara better
Amelia/Amelie (nn Millie) - love both names and adore the nn Millie
Arden - nice but nms
Aurelia - gorgeous name, a rare beauty
Averie - nms
Camila - I'm missing an L here
Charlize (nn Charli) - nms
Clara - wonderful, she's such a sweet classic
Delfina (nn Delfi) - reminds me of Dolphin
Emerie - nms
Giselle - for me it's a bit too vintage
Haven - not a huge fan of word names
Imogen - never really liked this one
Kyla - very modern
Lilia - a beautiful twist on an overused classic
Lucia - it depends how you plan on pronouncing it
Lydia - gorgeous, she has such a long history of usage, yet get's overlooked by many parents
Lyla - I like Lila better but the name is nice
Madeleine - I might pronounce it differently than you would, but Madeleine is great
Marisa - nms
Mila - great
Nina - nms
Phoebe - sweet
Samara - also sms
Skye - see Haven
Stella - very nice
Summer - see Haven
Sybella - that looks like you made it up (even if you didn't)
Teresa - nice but very vintage to me