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January 10th, 2014 11:58 PM #11
I really like most of your names. My favorites are Gwendolyn, Amelia, & Adeline. Amelia is on my own list. I would love to use Adeline and Gwendolyn, but I can't; so I'd love to see others use them. My least favorite would be Olive. It is a food. You would be naming your kid a food. And it is really trendy since celebs have been using it (I believe it was Drew Barrymore).Just another teenberry and writer, a lover of names
Current Favorites:| Zoe | Selene | Thalia | Lilia | Jane | Persephone | Alice | Ariadne | Nicoletta | Natalia |
| Dimitri | Augustus | Jude | Basil | Abram | Thomas | Samuel | Paul | Tobias | Ambrose |
| Cora | Delia | Lena | Raphaela | Ephraim | Thaddeus |
| Thisbe | Cassiopeia | Briseis | Mercy | Lachlan | Emerson | Callum | Owen |
Have a fabulous day!
January 11th, 2014 12:00 AM #13
Gwendolyn (my name)
Gwen (also my name)
Brynn - Eh. Somehow manages to feel trendy yet bland.
Gwynn - In Welsh names, the y sound is masculine.
Beth - My middle name, which I've always loathed
Melina - I've got nothing against it, but since you asked for negative connotations: you may want to google "melena" before you use this one
Sierra - Makes me think of trailer parks for some reason.
My favorite from your list is Celia (so sleek and feminine and timeless!) closely followed by Lilia.Gwen
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Owner of a cat: Minerva "Minnie"
Mazarine • Cosima • Odette • Ailsa • Celia
Prosper • Finn • August • Malcolm • Zephyr
January 11th, 2014 12:02 AM #15Junior Member
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Celia- a beautiful, underused name. Love.
Brynn- sounds a little harsh to me(a little like Blair) and also nickname-y
Gwendolyn- not my cup of tea.
Gwen- I like this more than Gwendolyn and Gwynn, but still not my favorite.
Gwynn- like this as a possible middle name (?)
Stella- a very pretty name. Keep in mind that it is on the rise in popularity
Bree- nickname-y as others have said before me.
Audrey- classy and elegant. Prefer this over Aubrey.
Aubrey- in my opinion, a "trendy" version of Audrey
Marin- might be mispronounced
Maren- same as above
Madeleine- beautiful yet very common
Monica- has a very 80s/90s feel to me
Amelia- pretty but popular
Caroline- love, but too popular for me.
Scarlett- very elegant
Wren- not my cup of tea
Elle- prefer as a nickname
Leah- very pretty
Adeline- I really want to love this, but it just looks like Madeline without the 'm'
Beth- prefer as a nickname. Bethany is pretty
Estelle- not my cup of tea
Serena- love that the word 'serene' is in it
Lilia- love, love, love. If I ever have a daughter, this will be her name
Melina- pretty but a little boring
Acacia- really like it, but it can sound harsh
Avery- not a fan
Marilee- is okay
Sierra- a little boring
January 11th, 2014 12:06 AM #17
January 11th, 2014 01:08 AM #19Senior Member
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