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February 5th, 2014 11:02 AM #6Ludwig Beowulf Percival Raphael Orpheus Sylvan Clement Gilbert Thorin Gaspar Amaury Godfrey Peregrine Arthur Wesley Edmund Caspar Roscoe Emil Leon Robin Oberon Darcy Tristan Magnus Lucius Orlando Maximilian Erik
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February 5th, 2014 11:17 AM #8Senior Member
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February 5th, 2014 11:26 AM #10
Emily! Laerke! I don't know how I forgot that. Lately I've been thinking about a Danish name to honor my parents, since my mom's name is the Danish form of Katherine, and my dad's favorite country he visited in Europe was Denmark. I thought it'd be a pretty cool tie to my parents. So far, Laerke's been my favorite Danish option, but I'm not sure how usable it is in the US? lair-keh...
I like Zelie, Dagny, Kaia (everyone says this is trendy, but I love the Scandinavian roots of it!), etc. I like Lotta (maybe just because I'm loving just Lottie so much right now!) and Magda, too, but I'm not sure I love them enough to use them?
Haley, I like Zuzanna, Zelie, Delphine, Amelie, and Fleur, but I'm not sure I'd use them. I like the idea of Zelie as a middle, since it's equal parts French and Hebrew, just like my best friend was, but it just seems to lack something when written down. I love the sound of zay-lee, though!
@jonaandida - I do like Lena a lot, and it's very international, but it seems like it's quite used in America, so it doesn't quite have the foreign international charm as something like Alienor or Anne-Sophie? I have been adoring Eleanor nn Lena lately, though, but I'm not sure that seems very European/international, though. Not that it has to be, I'm just really loving those types of names lately...Ashley
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February 5th, 2014 11:45 AM #12Senior Member
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I really like Anne hyphenates. My favorite is Anne-Cecile - I think Cecile/Cecila/Celia/Cecily have such a nice sound.
Others that I like:
Carlotta (this is how I'd probably get to Lottie - one of my favorite NNs - now that Charlotte is so ubiquitous)
Anneli or Anneliese
I think a lot of people won't have much trouble with Zosia these days, thanks to Zosia Mamet.
Last edited by isolieth; February 5th, 2014 at 11:48 AM.Girls:
Catherine/Kathleen, Susan/Susannah, Anne/Anna/Annabeth, Jane, Margaret/Marguerite, Rose/Rosemary, Cecile/Cecily, Flora/Laura, Gwendolen, Paloma, Tabitha, Lucille, Beatrice, Harriet
Frederick, Hugh/Hugo, Wilfred, Basil, Augustin, Edmund, Arlo, Timothy
February 5th, 2014 12:04 PM #14Junior Member
Lucia, Evaline, Camillie, Valentina, Betsy, Evangeline, Amber, Clara, Daisy, Violet, Jasmine, Winter, Noelle, Plum, Bea, Belle, Gaia, Lark
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Gabriel, Jude, Campbell, Rory, Cole, Rowan, Beau, Leo,