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March 6th, 2014 05:47 PM #1
Yes, More Girls' Names (Sorry)
This portion of my list is a little longer--not to mention weirder.
32. Silvermist "Misty"
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March 6th, 2014 06:12 PM #3
Amazing list - they're all so magical! To be quick I'll just give feedback on the ones I love...
Lake - I don't know why this has appealed to me recently. I read that Lakesha was originally an ancient North African name pronounced ''layk-sha'' and I just fell in love with the Lake- part. Just a GP though, a bit too hippy for my tastes as lovely as it is.
Bunny - another GP! Haha, you might hear that a lot. It's an adorable name but I think the Playboy connotation is too strong, I couldn't do that to my daughter.
Ursula - Love this, so magical and underused. nn Sula is adorable
Thyme - I love how Earthy this is, it reminds me of the song Wild Mountain Thyme which breaks my heart.
Sixtine - LOVE THIS! Another major guilty pleasure, it's been on my list since I heard it on a thread a few months ago (baby's dad was French I think). It's absolutely beautiful but I couldn't use it outside of France because of the sixteen thing.
Alida - never heard this but it's beautiful.
Nancy - Love Nancy, it's a family name for me but sadly too popular in the UK now (about #100 I think)
Kirsty - So cute and Irish. It feels so homely and happy.
Agnes - Another family name, I adore Agnes.
Laney - I like this a lot but it's not really my style, usually. I have a weird love of Delaney (and Tierney) too.
Posey - So pretty with lovely imagery.
Deirdre - Again, so Irish and brilliant. Really underused.
Genesis - Not my style but I secretly really like this for some reason. I like a lot of religious but Biblical people for some reason.
Imogen - Favourite of mine, I love it.
Constance - Same as Imogen. Constance is gorgeous.
Betsan - Love this. It feels amazingly Scottish to me.
Haven - See Genesis.
Enid - Love this for Enid Blyton, really sweet.
Harriet - My cousin's name, I didn't like it at first but it's been growing on me.
Lotus - so pretty but sadly a GP for me.
Penthia - I love all Pen- names, they sound so Cornish and magical. Penrose is another fave.
Lavender - gorgeous, but a GP for me.
Leanna - I just love how this looks for some reason. It's fairly dated and overused but this spelling lightens it a bit.
Fay - Again, so magical. It reminds me of looking for fairies as a child.
Kitty - Adorable, used quite a lot in the UK so I don't think I'd ever use it.
Fiara - Lovely. Never heard of this but much prefer it to Fiona.
Tamar - Not my thing but I love how this sounds.
Cressida - Love the Shakespeare reference, it reminds me of the ocean.
Maple - I actually had a dream about this and started liking it. But I really do.
Megan - Overused and slightly dated but I still love this, mainly for nn Meg.
Anabel - Lovely, probably my favourite spelling. It feels timeless and worldly.much love and i are waiting for you;
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March 6th, 2014 06:28 PM #5Senior Member
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Sixtine - This is a guilty pleasure name for me. I'd only ever use it in the middle spot though.
Elowen - gorgeous!
Antonia - one of my all time favourites!
Saoirse - lovely, but only if you live in an area where people would know how to pronounce it
LOVELY (but not my style)
Bunny - could be cute as a nickname, but definitely not as a given name
Misty - could make a really cute nickname!
Catkin - could be a cute nn!
Sunny - cute nn!
Kitty - adorable nn
Dixie - 'Dicks' / Dixie Chicks
Lake - maybe as a mn if it has special meaning?
Arcadia - makes me think of a Game Arcade
Thyme - maybe as a MN
Eglantine - Eggy
Nancy - sounds horrible to me, sorry
Agnes - one of those old lady names I want to love, but just can't
Laney - trendy
Larkspur - just Lark would be better
Lilac - I don't like the Lac part
Deirdre - see Agnes
Bellamy - the last name of one of my old teachers!
Midnight - maaaybe a quirky MN
Constance - just a little too prim and proper
Ming - a Ming vase?
Mallory - reminds me of Mallard ducks
Enid - see Agnes
Darlene - suuuper dated!
Page - as a mn it's ok, I prefer it spelt Paige
Ortensia - Tense
Brynn - I know a boy Brynn so it makes me think of him. I don't mind Brenn though.
Lisbon - way too close to lesbian
Ever - Everly is not my style, but much better
Jennifer - too dated
Tamar - feels unfinished, Tamara would be better
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March 6th, 2014 06:31 PM #7
These names would be fine for first names.
Sixtine - sounds like the number Sixtine
ThymeAll the best,
March 6th, 2014 07:23 PM #9Senior Member
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21. Laney - prefer this spelt Lainey
32. Silvermist "Misty" - love the nickname Misty but really dislike Silvermist
35. Elowen - LOVE this!
45. Mallory - so pretty!
63. Carys - this is my name, and provided its pronounced correctly (CAH-riss) then its great!
81. Fay - prefer Faye
85. Kitty - love this! But maybe just as a nickname
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