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February 28th, 2014 12:37 PM #8
Zara, Oakley, and Finley are my favorites. I prefer the ey at the end of Finlay.
I think Isla is pretty, but prefer Iris, Inga! or Ivory for I names.
Willow is nice, but I think I grew tired of her a while back. Still a great nature name though.
Reese I like a lot lately, and I am not sure which spelling I like for girls. For boys I prefer Rhys, and I know I don't like Reece spelled with the c, but I am not crazy about the s either.
Harper I cannot ever figure out if I like, which I assume means I must not love it. Harlow is ok, but not sure this could grow on me. Sort of reminds me of Harlem.
Giselle I prefer with two Ls. Pretty, sophisticated.
Elowen could grow on me despite I think of an elephant.
Delia is not as pretty to my eyes or ears as Dahlia pronounced DAWLia.
I think because it has the word Deli in it, it turns me off.
Auden I like for a boy better and Arden is hard for me to say for some reason. I like Arden better than Auden.
February 28th, 2014 01:22 PM #10Senior Member
- Join Date
- Feb 2012
- United Kingdom
Adelaide - Love all the Addy names. I love that it is a place name too.
Adeline - Lovely name but prefer Adelaide.
Adelina - Prefer Adeline.
Amelie - Don't like
Arden - I can only see a boy with this name
Aspen - Like it. But I again see it on a boy more so than a girl. Aspyn in more feminine in my opinion
Auden - It's ok.
Aubree - Too common. I picture so Cali girl from the hills
Azula - Different and Bold
Chantal - Not a fan
Charlotte - Beautiful Classic name
Cora - Pretty (Reminds me of the little girl in Titanic)
Della - Don't like
Delta - The Airline
Eleanor - Beautiful
Elowen - Pretty and Bold
Emerson - Like
Emmeline - Prefer this to the one above
Finlay - It's ok
Flannery - No.
Gisela - It's ok
Gisele - I really like Gisele more so than Gisela
Grace - Pretty but for a middle name. It's very popular where I live
Hadley - Cute
Harlow - Ok
Harper - Love Harper
Hattie - Cute
Isla - Love
Indira - Prefer India or Indigo. Not a fan of Indira.
Lucy - Cute and Classic
Lux - No
Marley - Guilty Pleasure for me
McKinley - Not a Fan
Mila - Meh, Don't know what to make of Mila
Noelle - Like prefer as a middle name
Nora - Pretty and Classic
North - Cute
Oakley - Dislike - Sunglasses
Penelope - Like. I just don't love any nicknames for this name
Reese - Middle name
Sailor - Different
Scarlett - Pretty
Sloane - Really love this lately. Guilty pleasure!!
Valencia - Pretty
Willow - Love
Zara - Cute
February 28th, 2014 01:35 PM #12
Adelaide - very pretty, I think I like this name better in theory though than in actual use for some reason.
Adeline - cute, I definitely can picture it on a young girl and am starting to see it in an adult woman.
Adelina - I prefer Adeline
Amelie - Pretty, similar to Emily but more unique and special
Arden - Maybe as a middle name but not soft or special enough for me as a first name
Aspen - Prefer as a middle name, I hear the word "ass" in it too strongly which isn't ideal in a first name
Auden - dislike
Aubree - Prefer spelling Aubrey, isn't my favorite but I don't hate it
Azula - Could be pretty but would require a little exotic ancestry for it to work I think.
Chantal - Dislike strongly... have met several trashy Chantals.. reminds me of a stripper name (no intention to offend)
Charlotte - I like this name a lot, wish it were less popular
Cora - Enjoy this, but a little short as a first name and doesn't lend to many appealing nicknames IMO
Della - As a nickname enjoy but not as a full name by itself.
Eleanor - Classy but a bit plebeian
Elowen - I enjoy this name but it is hard for me to picture someone with the name
Emerson - Not a fan for a girl, has some appeal to me on a boy
Emmeline - Very, very pretty
Finlay - Dislike Finlay, find Finley a little better but not on a girl
Flannery - Unpleasant sounding
Gisela - Pretty, but prefer without the "a"
Gisele - Prefer this, but due to the supermodel Gisele I find it a little exotic and unusable
Grace - As a middle name, enjoy it. Simple but pretty.
Hadley - Friend has a dog named Hadley.. didn't love the name for a dog, really don't love the name or a person
Harlow - For some reason always reminds me personally of the word "harlot" but enjoy it as a middle name
Harper - Don't really enjoy the sound of Harper
Hattie - Cute but more nicknamey than fullnamey
Isla - Very pretty sounding
Indira - Pretty, could be mispronounced easily though
Lucy - I Love Lucy (hehe) but I prefer it as a nickname to Lucia/Lucille/Luc-anything than as a standalone name
Lux - My sister loves this name but it rhymes naughty words, I could see it as a unique one-syllable middle name
Marley - I like this name, not sure if I can picture it on an adult woman.
McKinley - Not feeling it
Mila - I never know how to pronounce Mila Kunis name, I pronounce My-luh which I like, but Mee-luh I like less.
Noelle - I like it; prefer this spelling which lends itself to Elle as a nickname
Nora- I like Norah a little better but I like Nora too
North - West
Oakley - Doesn't sound girly to me
Penelope - I don't really like this name and that Penelope movie with Christina Ricci and the pig face didn't help it any lol
Reese - As a middle name is OK, but doesn't do much for me
Sailor- Interesting, doesn't seem like a girl's name could maybe see it as a boy's middle name
Scarlett- Pretty, I wonder what nicknames as possible since "Scar" is uhh.. well, scar.
Silje- Not sure how to pronounce it, google kind of helped. It has a pretty sound but would require an exotic ancestry for it to work I think
Silja- Same as above
Sloane - Sounds like a last name to me and doesn't appeal to me ears
Valencia- Pretty sounding but would require a pretty special gal to pull it off
Willow - I love the name Willow, a lot
Zara - Not a fan, "Z" sound I don't care for in names overall I have found
Hope this helps, tried to be as honest as possible, don't wish to offend anyone
February 28th, 2014 02:34 PM #14Senior Member
- Join Date
- Feb 2013
Adelaide - A beautiful intriguing place name with a sense of class. She has a range of gorgeous nicknames. It's lovely.
Adeline - A lovely classic choice feels more European for some odd reason than Adelaide.
Adelina - Again lovely has a more flamboyant flair which I find attractive.
Amelie - She sounds gorgeous, feels delicate and has a beautiful French vibe.
Arden - I totally understand the appeal she feels very fashionable but not a favourite.
Aspen - A lovely nature name she feels sparky and wholesome.
Auden - See Arden
Aubree - Prefer Aubrey I find this spelling trashy.
Azula - See Arden
Chantal - I dislike the sound and style of Chantal
Charlotte - A gorgeous fresh choice, she's a classic and very stable. I also love the Lottie nickname.
Cora - A spunky vintage choice. Lovely.
Della - Not keen sounds harsh
Delta - Not keen.
Eleanor - Another gorgeous choice she has a range of lovely nicknames.
Elowen - A fresh elegant choice with a lovely Cornish vibe.
Emerson - I think I'd prefer Emerson for a boy...
Emmeline - Another beautiful choice. I adore the range of nicknames such as Emme, Emma, Em etc. I also love the historical association of Emmeline Pankhurst.
Finlay - It's a boys name.
Flannery - I would prefer as a middle name like for example Rosalind Flannery.
Gisela - Not keen on the sound of this choice. I think the 'a' sounds rather harsh.
Gisele - I prefer Giselle spelling wise. It's a sweet choice.
Grace - A lovely virtue choice. Grace sounds pretty, delicate and elegant. I also like the potential nickname of Gracie.
Hadley - Not keen
Harlow - I really like this choice, it's modern and cool. Would prefer as a middle name teamed with a feminine classic.
Harper - Again a lovely choice with the great association with Harper Lee.
Hattie - Nickname names are really popular in the UK (where I'm from) the name feels fashionable and sounds lovely.
Isla - Another wholesome choice she's elegant and spunky.
Indira - A lovely oriental inspired choice. Indira feels feminine and looks quirky.
Lucy - I dislike it reminds me of the word 'loose'
Lux - I love this choice, it's quirky, intriguing, and fresh
Marley - Not a favourite prefer for a boy.
McKinley - Really not keen on the 'mc' names.
Mila - Another lovely choice. She feels really wholesome and has a gorgeous European sound.
Noelle - A great French choice. She has a soft sound and feels elegant.
Nora - Not keen.
North - Very kimye haha ; ) prefer for a boy to be honest.
Oakley - I prefer as a middle name something like Katherina Oakley would be better. It's not a favourite.
Penelope - Another gorgeous classic with beautiful associations with Odyssey. I love the range of nicknames.
Reese - I prefer Rhys as a boys name rather than for a girl. But still Reese is fine.
Sailor - I do like the sound and style of Sailor but I'm not sure whether I'd actually use it.
Scarlett - Another great choice. Scarlett is a lovely choice she has gorgeous Gone with the Wind associations and feels so sugary southern. It's lovely. I also love the Letty nicknames.
Silje - Ugh I find it unattractive.
Silja - Again I'm not keen on this choice.
Sloane - I do like the style of Sloane, it's similar to Sailor.
Valencia - An intriguing place name, she's quirky and elegant choice. But I prefer other place names like Geneva.
Willow - A lovely nature name she's cool, fresh, and elegant. I prefer Willa as a nickname.
Zara - Another fabulous choice. Zara feels quirky and vibrant. But she also feels regal. Zara is great.