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  • Noelle Iris Huntley

    15 34.09%
  • Noelle Hazel Huntley

    5 11.36%
  • Noelle Ruby Huntley

    3 6.82%
  • Noelle Vera Huntley

    12 27.27%
  • Noelle Saoirse Huntley (seer-sha)

    9 20.45%
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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
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    Midwest, USA
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    Which combo sounds best?

    I know this is a 2-2-2 flow but I have seriously given up on finding a 3+ syllable middle.

    Last name is like Huntley but the t is a d (please don't type out the real surname here for privacy)
    - Favorites -
    Etta . Evelyn . Hazel . Iris . Lilia . Lilith . Noelle . Rose . Ruby . Vera . Willow
    Connor . Evan . Ezra . Foster . Grey . Kieran . Rowan . Shane . Silas . Zane

    - Top Picks -
    Willow Evelyn & Foster Grey



    - Rainbow Baby Due June 2, 2015 -


  2. #3
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    Jan 2013
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    Bump. Would love some more votes since I posted this pretty late last night
    - Favorites -
    Etta . Evelyn . Hazel . Iris . Lilia . Lilith . Noelle . Rose . Ruby . Vera . Willow
    Connor . Evan . Ezra . Foster . Grey . Kieran . Rowan . Shane . Silas . Zane

    - Top Picks -
    Willow Evelyn & Foster Grey



    - Rainbow Baby Due June 2, 2015 -


  3. #5
    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    Posts
    261
    I picked Hazel It was hard for me to choose though because I feel something is a little off with the flow on all of them, but not horribly so. Probably because like you said, it's 2-2-2.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
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    19
    I dont think any of these names have a weird flow. I think they all sound fine. Maybe they all just fit my taste.

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Location
    Canada
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    I like Vera in the middle spot the best. It's soft and feminine. I don't like the repetitive "ee" sounds of Ruby Huntley or the alliteration of Hazel Huntley. The difficult to pronounce Irish Saoirse seems oddly matched with easy-to-pronounce French Noelle and the Noelle Iris combo runs into each other. Don't worry about the syllables. I have lived with a 2-2-2 syllable count all my life and I'm not bothered. Just pick the mn you love the most and you won't regret it.
    All the best,
    Mischa.

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