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  1. #1
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    Brother for Tiger Lily and Briar Rose

    All hypothetical.

    And the names, Tiger Lily and Briar Rose are guilty pleasures. So I doubt I'd ever use them, though I love them. Maybe as middle names, maybe not.

    Anyway, I was thinking if Tiger Lily and Briar Rose existed what would their brother's name be?
    Last edited by daisyliv; February 6th, 2014 at 02:27 AM.


    LOVE
    MIA . LIV . UMA . ZOE


    LIKE
    JAX . WES



    GP
    TIGER LILY . BRIAR ROSE
    WINNIE . CHRISTOPHER

  2. #3
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    Thanks, I'll check it out.


    LOVE
    MIA . LIV . UMA . ZOE


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    JAX . WES



    GP
    TIGER LILY . BRIAR ROSE
    WINNIE . CHRISTOPHER

  3. #5
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    Some say I'm an angel... Others say I'm a star... But you can call me Princess!!!

    Name lover who has a naming style that is Eccentric Aristocratic meets Guilty Pleasure!!!

    👑 Pretty 👑

  4. #7
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    Uh oh. I'm a name nerd and a garden nerd. Avert your eyes if you don't want to fall down a rabbit hole of nerdy goodness...

    Nature-name two-parters have such a distinct style. It's a bit hard to match to, honestly.

    2-Parters:
    Blue Spruce, Colorado Spruce.
    Forest Glade, Forest Green, Forest Moss, Boreal Forest, etc.
    Douglas Fir
    Gentian Blue. I find gentians to be one of the most exquisite wild flowers but I could be weird I guess.
    Ilex Montana - A species of holly native to the US, aka as Winterberry. Holly is all girl but I could see Ilex going either way.

    Nature names that aren't related two-part names
    Hawthorne
    Moss
    Jarrah
    Huon (Huon is also called Huon Pine but I'm not sure about using Pine as a name)
    Boreal
    Hickory (There's also a kind of forest referred to as Oak-Hickory...? There's also Oak-Heath)
    Taiga
    Heath
    Rowan
    Rhus, aka Sumac/Sumach. "The word sumac traces its etymology from Old French sumac (13th century), from Mediaeval Latin sumach, from Arabic summāq (سماق), from Syriac summāq (ܣܘܡܩ)- meaning "red."[7]" Rhus is said "roose" and an interesting alternative to Rhys, maybe?

    I ponder Forest Hart but I'm mostly interested in integrating Hart because it's a family name. If we're opening up to animals I do like Hart and also Peregrine as well as Fox and Wolf.

  5. #9
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    Yes I was actually thinking something like

    Wolfgang
    Tailorbird
    Blue Jay


    LOVE
    MIA . LIV . UMA . ZOE


    LIKE
    JAX . WES



    GP
    TIGER LILY . BRIAR ROSE
    WINNIE . CHRISTOPHER

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