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March 13th, 2014 03:26 PM #1Senior Member
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Help with Girl's List!
I have been thinking a lot lately about my girl names' list. Mainly, this is because I am going to receive a baby girl soon from the Baby-Think-It-Over program that is held at my school. However, I would also like to possibly use some of these names fro my future children as well. Please help me narrow down my list and/or tell me what you like/dislike about the names. Thanks.
**Baylor (MN only)
*Means that I can't use them for the Baby-Think-It-Over program because there are people in my class that are named these names, but would still like to use them in the future.
** Means that I absolutely LOVE this name but want to have other opinions as well.
Last edited by meeks; March 13th, 2014 at 04:17 PM.
March 13th, 2014 03:29 PM #3
They're waaay too trendy for my liking.
Last edited by morg215; March 13th, 2014 at 03:30 PM. Reason: Used incorrect homonymBaby girl coming July 9th
Esme Francesca Gianna Charis Isis Petra Celeste Stella Audrey
Jasmine Gwen Carmen Lola Scarlett Nadia Nadine Stephanie
Marina Jacqueline Rhiannon Mariah Dahlia Winter Ariadne Phaedra
March 13th, 2014 03:46 PM #5
I wish we had something like this program when I was in school. My faves are bolded below.
Abigail - a Biblical gem
Adeline - sweet and vintage
Charlotte - elegant and sophisticated
Eve - there is beauty in one-syllable
Hannah - soft and feminine
Ruby - spunky and sassy
Violet - see Ruby
Chloe - at least it's spelled with a "C"
Alexa - I prefer Alexandra but this is ok
Amelia - I like Emilia too
Aubrey - overused but I don't mind it as long as it's spelled this way
Ava - overdone but pretty
Cora - I'm hearing this name alot along with Nora
Lilly - I think Lily is the best spelling
Olivia - this is very popular. I prefer Livia or Liv.
Summer - although Autumn is my favourite season, Summer is my favourite season name.
Bailey - reminds me of a dog name
Baylor (MN only) - sounds like a donkey call
Britton - harsh sounding and unattractive
Aria - trendy and best left to the opera world.
Delanie - Delaney is the correct spelling.
Emmelyn - Emmeline is gorgeous. Emmelyn is terrible.
Isla - trendy
Kassidy - Not a good name even spelled with a "C"
Keeley - there are better Irish names out there
Khloe - I just think of the trashy Kardashian family and it turns me off
Makenzy - Mackenzie is the best spelling. I dislike "Mc-Mac" names.
Madelyn - this spelling is a modern invention and takes away from the beauty of Madeline/Madeleine.
Maisie - only for a nickname
Paisley - whiney and weak
Piper - trendy and cutesy
Regan - trendy along with cousins Teagan and Megan
Sophia - I prefer the French version of Sophie much better
Teagan - trendy along with cousin Reagan
Tessa - I prefer just Tess. Adding an "a" makes it too prissy for my taste.All the best,
March 13th, 2014 03:55 PM #7
I really like...
obviously a lot of them are really trendy, but I don't think that's a bad thing necessarily. I'd suggest...
Adelaide or Ada
Chandlerolivia, seventeen, obsessively maternal.
★ close to my heart / future darlings; ★
Estella - Oona - Margaret - Imogen - Billie - Eilidh - Jemima
Emmett - Eoghan - Wilf - Alec - Nicholas - William - Hugh
March 13th, 2014 06:56 PM #9Senior Member
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I'm going to ignore the * names. These names jump out at me:
Charlotte -- prefer Lottie or Charlie
The only ones I strongly dislike:
Prefer Delaney to Delanie and Chloe over Khloe.
All the others are in the middle / neutral ground.