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February 28th, 2014 12:26 AM #1Senior Member
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Thoughts On My Updated Girls List?
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February 28th, 2014 12:57 AM #3
Adelaide - beautiful. I met an Adelaide at uni, and want to hear it on more people.
Adeline - also lovely
Adelina - for some reason I prefer this without the 'a'
Amelie - Yes. Beautiful french name.
Arden - I wanted to use this, if it didn't clash with my surname.
Aspen - Can't get into it - maybe because it reminds me of Asprin?
Auden - Not a fan, Arden sounds prettier, or Audrey
Aubree - Prefer it spelled Aubrey
Azula - New to me, but nice sound
Chantal - I know older Chantals, so it doesn't feel very fresh to me
Charlotte - always lovely, although there are many Charlottes
Cora - I don't dislike it, but it doesn't grab me
Della - Not a fan
Delta - Very hard for me to seperate this name from Delta Goodrem!
Eleanor - One of my favourites. Yes.
Elowen - Lovely! I taught a student with this name, and fell in love with the name.
Emerson - Not sure that I love it for a girl.
Emmeline - Sweet.
Finlay - I like this, for boys and girls. Maybe I like it on boys more, because I feel there are even better names for girls out there.
Flannery - Don't like it, the sound is not appealing to me.
Gisela - Not a fan of the 'a'
Gisele - Lovely, makes me think if Giselle the ballet
Grace - I feel this name has been over done, but, it is nice.
Hadley - This doesn't excite me.
Harlow - Nor does this.
Harper - Sweet name, I know a darling blonde Harper but I prefer you other names.
Hattie - I just can't get over the 'hat' connotation I'm afraid.
Isla - I love this. Simple and beautiful.
Lucy - Pretty.
Lux - Cool middle name possibility.
Marley - No, I get dog-name feelings.
McKinley - Not my style
Mila - Not a fan
Noelle - lovely.
Nora - Cute! I like this as a nickname for Eleanora
North - Quite nice, as a middle
Oakley - I used to love this one, it's pretty but maybe doesn't have the substance and history I like.
Penelope - Nice, although I really don't like the nickname Penny.
Reese - No, I don't like it on boys and even less on girls.
Sailor - Cute
Scarlett - I like this
Silje - Yes, this is beautiful!
Silja - perhaps prefer the one above.
Sloane - Nope. To masculine to me.
Valencia - I love this. I also like Viveca at the moment.
Willow - a peaceful choice
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February 28th, 2014 01:23 AM #5Senior Member
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February 28th, 2014 01:23 AM #7
Emmeline love, love, love
Gisele I kind of like it, a little
Grace I like, but I feel it's a filler middle a la Rose or Marie.
Isla I like
Marley I like its cool vibe, but for some reason it reminds me of a dog.
Mila Really like it
Reese I like this but I think I prefer it on a boy.
The rest I don't really care for.
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February 28th, 2014 04:38 AM #9
Adelaide - Gorgeous name.
Adeline - Lovely, although Adelaide is much more interesting.
Adelina - I think I slightly prefer Adeline.
Amelie - I much prefer this to Amelia. Beautiful.
Arden - Feels trendy, but sounds beautiful.
Aspen - Feels like another posh name like Bentley or Hardy.
Auden - I prefer this on a boy.
Aubree - I prefer it spelled Aubrey.
Azula - Not my style, but sounds very interesting.
Chantal - Feels very dated.
Charlotte - A beautiful classic.
Cora - Another stunning classic.
Della - Not my favorite "ella" name.
Delta - I like it, although it does remind me of the airline.
Eleanor - Gorgeous.
Elowen - Feels magical, I love it.
Emerson - I like the sound of it, but I dislike it as a name. If I had to, I'd choose it on a boy.
Emmeline - Lovely.
Finlay - I prefer it on a boy.
Flannery - This doesn't sound like a name to me at all.
Gisela - I prefer Giselle.
Gisele - Sophisticated dancer, but much better spelled Giselle.
Grace - Overused, but beautiful.
Hadley - I dislike it, very boring. Like the parents didn't take time to find a more interesting name. Sorry!
Harlow - Trendy, but pretty.
Harper - As above. If I had to choose between the two, I'd choose Harlow. It isn't as overused as Harper.
Hattie - I love it as a nickname for Harriet.
Isla - Still sounds fresh and happy.
Indira - Great namesake, but the name feels very harsh. I'd prefer India.
Lucy - Lovely.
Lux - Distinctive yet familiar.
Marley - Not my style, but it's okay. Too many people would associate it with the dog from Marley & Me.
McKinley - The mountain is awesome, but there are much more fascinating names out there.
Mila - Sweet, was my top choice before it became so popular.
Noelle - Good for a Christmas baby.
Nora - Quirky. I prefer it as a nickname for Eleanor and variations.
North - Only as a boy middle.
Oakley - I like Oak on boys.
Penelope - I dislike it, but I can understand the appeal. Penny is lovely.
Reese - Much prefer Rhys. On boys.
Sailor - It's on my guilty pleasure list! Too cool.
Scarlett - Sweet.
Silje - I have a soft spot for most Scandinavian names.
Silja - As above. I slightly prefer Silje.
Sloane - I like the sound of it, sorry berries! But too trendy.
Valencia - I love the city, dislike the name.
Willow - Gorgeous!
Zara - Feels ethnic, but makes a lovely alternative to Sarah.polina ∙ 19 ∙ art history major ∙ web developer
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