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March 2nd, 2014 05:18 PM #21
Maebry Eloise o Piers Lachlan
Emma ? o Lily ? o Grace ?
Charlie Hawthorne o Jack Wilder o Finn Archer
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March 2nd, 2014 05:18 PM #23Senior Member
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I think this is a great list! You have a hard choice ahead of you with such great names
Aria--I think this is very pretty, but it feels a little trendy to me and I associate it with Game of Thrones pretty strongly.
Audrey--I don't LOVE this, but I do think it's very pretty. It's a beautiful classic.
Emmy--doesn't feel like an established name to me. maybe as a middle?
Isla--LOVE this one. it's sooo beautiful.
Lila--I think it's pretty but I don't love it. I associate it very strongly with a unappealing character from Dexter.
Lucy--I think that this is a very well established name and it doesn't feel nicknamey to me at all. I know many full grown Lucys and love the name.
Tessa--this is my favorite from your list! I would love a little girl named Tessa, but unfortunately it's a little too close to my own name. It just sounds so precious and refined.
Willa--I think of Willa Ford and a Willa I know personally but have never been fond of, so the name is too tainted for me to really judge.
My vote: Tessa
March 2nd, 2014 05:29 PM #25Senior Member
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Aria - A lovely elegant choice. With a great Italian sound. She has lovely meanings connected to the choice. In music an aria is a solo performed by leading character in an opera which I think is really intriguing. I also love the Hebrew connection. This choice is of Hebrew origin and has ths meaning lioness which I think is great.
Audrey - Another effortless classic she has an old school Hollywood glamour vibe which I find so pretty. Audrey is just a great classic.
Emmy - I do like this choice, yes I prefer as a nickname, but still nickname-names are so popular in the UK and I can see Emmy fitting right in with the likes of Winnie, Hattie, Elsie, Tilly, Evie, and Lulu which appear to be rising in popularity. I prefer the spelling Emme though looks visually prettier.
Isla- Another gorgeous choice. Isla sounds fresh, has a rural wholesome sound. She conjures up images of pebbled beaches, the roaring sea and grey blue sky's. Isla is great.
Lila - I do love Lila, she sounds warm and sunny. Lila has a relaxed almost Mediterranean sound she's just sugary and gorgeous.
Lucy - Incredibly popular in the UK never liked the sound always reminds me of the word loose. I also dislike the Lucy names like Lucinda and Lucille.
Tessa - Again dislike, the sound is unattractive.
Willa - Another lovely choice, I'm quitting the negativity here after two names in a row ; ) Willa sounds fresh and spunky. She has a quirky vibe it's a great name.
March 2nd, 2014 05:31 PM #27
March 2nd, 2014 05:45 PM #29Member
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@lovemysweeties, we've never heard the pronunciation "lil-ah" where we live it's always "Lie-lah" which we prefer (lil-ah sounds incomplete to both of us)
@jesslyn, neither of us watch Dexter so we had no idea there was a connection with a character! (and neither of us were 100% sure who Willa Ford is, I had a vague idea but had to google her first)
@tori101, I don't mind the spelling Emme but we only LOVE Emmy. My fiancé is worried that Emme will be pronounced "M" which I can understand!
@shilo, I like Imogen but my fiancé doesn't (and we don't see how Emmy could come from it and neither of us like "Immy")