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March 2nd, 2014 08:16 AM #1Senior Member
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C to G - This or That?
Be as brutally honest as you like, I appreciate all feedback, positive or negative
I know a few of my choices are a little out-there!
Caliadne or Ceridwen?
Cecily or Cicely?
Cressida or Drusilda?
Cymbeline or Delphine?
Damaris stays. But do you prefer pn Da-MA-ris (MA as in mat) or Da-MEH-ris (MEH as in merry)?
Dorinda or Elfrida?
Darla or Eliza?
Eirlys or Eirwen?
Elowen or Gwendolen?
Emmeline or Evangeline?
Erisbe nn Eris or just Eris?
Evanthe stays. But do you prefer Evanthe Valentine or Evanthe Valentina?
Evadne nn Eva or just Eva?
GP middle names - Faerie or Ferelith?
Frances or Freda (prn like Freyda)?
Giselda nn Giselle or just Giselle?
Bonus: Which would you suggest using as first names and which as middles only?
What middles would you pair with the first names? (feel free to suggest your own, you don't have to pick from the list)
What nicknames would you use for the first names?
Thanks so much for your help!!!
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March 2nd, 2014 08:43 AM #3Senior Member
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Ceridwen (I see this as more of a middle name)
Delphine (nn. Delphi is cute)
Damaris (nms, but I'd probably say Da-MA-ris, MA as in mat)
Elfrida (love nn. Elfie for this)
Eliza (Darla just makes me think of the girl in Finding Nemo)
Emmeline (I like them both though)
Evadne nn. Eva
nms but proably Ferelith
March 2nd, 2014 09:03 AM #5
Okay, I am loving a lot of these names:
Cymbeline (Starting to love)
Da-MA-ris (but I say Da-MAR-iss, MAR as in car)
Eliza (I know someone who had the cutest little Eliza around Chrismas )
Eirwen (but I really like Eirawen)
Erisbe (I usually prefer the full name as an official name especially if it's a short nn)
Evanthe Valentine (Love Evanthe (when said Ee-van-thee), used to be the fn in my 2nd girl combo but I replaced it with Saffron)
Evadne nn Eva (Love Evadne)
Faerie (Fae is a middle name in one of my fave girls combos, and I'm glad you spelt it Faerie )
Giselda nn Giselle (Great name, but Giselle makes me think of the animal... and then lions (sorry))
I'd use all of them as first names, (except Faerie of course), but I love so many of them! I'm really bad at doing middles, but for nns I really like:
Caliadne- Cali or Lia (prefer Cali)
Cressida- Cress or if you don't mind a more masculine nn Sid.
Cymbeline- Cym (Sim), or Bel, or Beli.
Dorinda- Dori (Not sure I like it though)
Elowen- For some reason I like Glow.
Evangeline- Geli (like Jelly; so cute) or Eva
I also think Selda (Zelda) is a cool nn for Giselda.Wholock | Historian | Biochemist | Single Pringle | Teenberry (17) 😏
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March 2nd, 2014 10:06 AM #7Girls: Neva, Hope, Katherine, Harlow, Vivienne, Florence, Grace, Nalha, Primrose, Arabella, Isla.
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March 2nd, 2014 10:19 AM #9
Caliadne or Ceridwen? -- Ceridwen
Cecily or Cicely? -- Cicely
Cressida or Drusilda? -- Cressida
Cymbeline or Delphine? -- Delphine
Damaris stays. But do you prefer pn Da-MA-ris (MA as in mat) or Da-MEH-ris (MEH as in merry)? -- Da - MA - ris
Dorinda or Elfrida? -- Dorinda
Darla or Eliza? -- Eliza
Eirlys or Eirwen? -- Eirlys
Elowen or Gwendolen? -- Elowen
Emmeline or Evangeline? -- Evangeline
Erisbe nn Eris or just Eris? -- Eris
Evanthe stays. But do you prefer Evanthe Valentine or Evanthe Valentina? -- Evanthe Valentina
Evadne nn Eva or just Eva? -- Eva
GP middle names - Faerie or Ferelith? -- Ferelith
Frances or Freda (prn like Freyda)? -- Freda
Giselda nn Giselle or just Giselle? -- Just Giselle