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Thread: Thoughts on my girl names
February 22nd, 2014 10:12 PM #1Member
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Thoughts on my girl names
I'm really struggling with girl names, please give me your honest opinions on my list. Last name one syllable rhymes with Finn
Opinion to suggestions, I'm not in love with any of these
Geneva (name of park my husband and I were engaged/first kiss)
Marlowe (nn Lolo?)
I'm trying to avoid names ending in ee sound.
Boy name for this baby would be Augustus Clark
Big sister: Annslee (Ansley) named after 3 sets of grandparents with middle names Ann and Lee
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February 22nd, 2014 10:17 PM #3Senior Member
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February 22nd, 2014 10:22 PM #5Senior Member
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Arden - Cute, but not my favorite.
Matilda - Again, not one of my favorites. Although if you were to use it you could use the more trendy nn Mattie/Matti/Matty
Gretchen - Don't like it! Sorry, I just don't like the sounds.
Geneva - Beautiful! Also I think I know where that park is haha.
Marlowe "Lolo"- Love it! Another way to get to the nn Lolo is Lauren.
Lola - my favorite on your list! It's precious!leah. name loves change every day.
February 22nd, 2014 10:23 PM #7
Arden - Sounds masculine to me.
Matilda - One of my favorites! I absolutely adore this name!
Gretchen - I love a lot of names that mean pearl but Gretchen isn't one. I've tried to figure out why I can't get myself to like it. The wretch sound could be why.
Geneva - Not bad. I prefer Genève though nn Neve
Marlowe (nn Lolo) - Love Marlowe, without any nicknames. From where I come from Lolo means grandpa or old man.
Lola - It's okay, but in my country it means old lady or grandma (much like Lolo)Amateur party planner. Alive for nearly sixteen years, in love with names since forever. Deliberately misspelling names is not an option.
February 22nd, 2014 10:28 PM #9
The only one I really like with Annslee is Marlowe. Lola is also cute.
The others seem mismatched, since they're very classic while Annslee seems quite trendy due to the -lee, -ley and -leigh endings that can be found everywhere atm (even though Ansley is an established name).
Marlowe is definitely not popular but has a modern vibe as well, to me it'S the perfect match.
looking for second middles:
Rose Wilhelmina / Penelope Ada / Flora Charlotte
Elliott Victor Frederick / Ophelia Rosalind Clara / Hugo Kasimir Edmund / Arthur Caspian Henry