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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2013

    Sybilla pearl.... Sweet or too sickly?

    Trying to soften sybilla by adding a soft mn. Is pearl too old lady or works well?

    Pearl ties in well with the meaning of our eldest daughters name. We are in the uk & really want to steer clear of 'filler names' such as rose or Florence which are very common over here

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    I think it's very sweet. But I'll look for something more flashy, but that's just me. Name s gorgeous.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Boston, MA
    I think it's very pretty. I can't speak to whether it feels at all filler in the UK, but I think Pearl complements Sybilla nicely. Sybilla has kind of a pearly image in my mind.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    When I see Sybilla Pearl, I automatically want to make it Billie Pearl. That's just the Southerner in me though. Personally I would go with something less frilly for Sybilla's middle name. Sybilla Faye, Sybilla Fern, Sybilla Gwen, Sybilla Jade, Sybilla Maeve, Sybilla Niamh, Sybilla Tess, Sybilla Wren... something alone those lines.
    Edward ▵ Samuel ▵ Theodore ▵ James ▵ George
    Helen ▵ Georgia ▵ Rose ▵ Mary ▵ Iris
    Ciarán ▵ Blaise ▵ Fionnbharr ▵ Remus ▵ Perseus
    Jane ▵ Alice ▵ Niamh ▵ Minerva ▵ Guinevere

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    New Zealand
    Oh, my! Sybilla Pearl! This has got to be one of the best combos I've seen on here in a long time. Very, very sweet. Definitely not too old lady!

    I agree with southern.maple about the one syllable mn. I do particularly like Sybilla Maeve. Maybe Sybilla June? Sybilla Claire? Sybilla Jane? I like Sybilla Pearl the best, though.

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