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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
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    Denver, Colorado
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    Lightbulb Fresh options for my list?

    Hello dear Berries! Its been a while since I posted. Still no baby #2, but I'd love some fresh options to ponder, since y'all are so great at coming up with names I hadn't considered.

    My DD is Vivienne Grey, so I'd like name that works in the style of hers.

    Bonus points if the name is:
    feminine sounding
    has a quirky, short nickname (Viv, Dot, Bea, etc.)
    goes well with a single-syllable, word middle name (March, West, etc.)
    more than two syllables
    BUT, since I'm looking for new options, feel free to throw others in there

    The name cannot:
    rhyme (or near-rhyme) with Vivienne (Imogen, Lillian, Evelyn)
    start with a J (mom + dad both have J names, and it would leave Viv out)
    contain the "elle" sound at the end, as its repetitive with our last name (i.e. Stella, Arrabelle, etc.)

    Names we like right now, as an example, include:
    Margot
    Daphne
    Louisa/Lucinda
    Isadora

    Sorry for the tons of info, but I know y'all are the best of the best! What do you like for additions to my list?

    Thanks bunches!

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Posts
    358
    Quote Originally Posted by makeupbyjanine View Post
    Hello dear Berries! Its been a while since I posted. Still no baby #2, but I'd love some fresh options to ponder, since y'all are so great at coming up with names I hadn't considered.

    My DD is Vivienne Grey, so I'd like name that works in the style of hers.

    Bonus points if the name is:
    feminine sounding
    has a quirky, short nickname (Viv, Dot, Bea, etc.)
    goes well with a single-syllable, word middle name (March, West, etc.)
    more than two syllables
    BUT, since I'm looking for new options, feel free to throw others in there

    The name cannot:
    rhyme (or near-rhyme) with Vivienne (Imogen, Lillian, Evelyn)
    start with a J (mom + dad both have J names, and it would leave Viv out)
    contain the "elle" sound at the end, as its repetitive with our last name (i.e. Stella, Arrabelle, etc.)

    Names we like right now, as an example, include:
    Margot
    Daphne
    Louisa/Lucinda
    Isadora

    Sorry for the tons of info, but I know y'all are the best of the best! What do you like for additions to my list?

    Thanks bunches!
    I've found this list to be inspirational. Check it out.http://www.infernaldreams.com/names/...al/England.htm
    Tcc

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Posts
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    I'm not sure these names meet all the criteria but my first thought was Laurel nn lulu
    Aurora nn Rory or Ro
    Delia
    Mabel
    Maeve
    Beatrix

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    Location
    Toronto
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    jessamyn

    Violetta Coraline Isla Cordelia Alice Gwyneth
    Abel Francis Linus Booker Theodore Gibson

    TTC #1 October 2014

  5. #9
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    polina ∙ 19 ∙ art history major ∙ web developer
    french/russian/swedish ∙ living in st. petersburg, russia

    clementineastridsidoniaottoline
    felixsebastianmiloatticus

    in the silence of your bones and eyes
    forgotten magic sits and waits for fire


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