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Thread: Questions about Violet
January 20th, 2014 08:52 AM #6Senior Member
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January 20th, 2014 09:13 AM #10
I know a little Violet with an adorable little sister. Her parents choose a beautiful and fairly common old greek name, with a floral mn for the second child. I thought this was a very elegant way of having a floral connection without it being painfully obvious.Aurelia - Endora - Illyria - Lorelei - Merida - Ofelia - Penrose - Tabitha - Viola - Zenobia
Alaric - Anton - Cedric - Dexter - Erich - Felix - Hector - Hendrik - Leonidas - Victor
Engaged to the best Man in the World. (God-mama to Lawrence, a little bundle of sunshine).
January 20th, 2014 10:40 AM #12
I think Violet is probably at its trendiest point right now, but I don't put it on the same level as Harper, Ava, Emma, etc. I actually like the name Violet very much. We were considering it for a while, but the more I thought about it, the more it did bother me that it is so close to violent. This doesn't both my husband, but it bothers me enough to have taken it off my list. I'm probably overreacting about it, but I feel like I can hear someone in the future with a weird accent or something saying the name and pronouncing it like "violent". Too close for comfort for me...."Pretty is something you're born with. But beauty, that's an equal opportunity adjective."
January 20th, 2014 04:47 PM #14
I like the name Violet a lot, and will probably use it as a mn for my first daughter should I be so blessed.
the "violent" association isn't a strong one for me and would not deter me personally
I agree with above posters about using other vintage or "old lady/man" names to go with it, like Dahlia or WarrenCurrent Favorite Names for Little Beastie due October 2014: