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March 19th, 2014 04:13 PM #6
Sage - I enjoy the idea of sage as a first name for a girl (though I heavily prefer it on a boy...but that's just me). It's naturey, but not OTT. A fun fact about Sage - it as well as Rosemary are almost considered a weed in the area of Oregon that I used to live. The plants would get huge and are very hardy. Not that this should dissuade you. Weed status does not make a nature name unusable IMHO.
Talia - This name evokes images of mystery and wonder to me. Like.
Maeve - YES!!!! It has the mystery of Talia, but feels more energetic.
Caroline - Sweet and classic. Lovely.
Isadora - A bit eccentric to the general public, but lovely and fun. A great twist on the uber popular Isabella/Isabelle.
Lydia - This is a cute name. Feels peppy and almost whimsical without falling into the "bizarre". Also, this is fairly recognizable which can be a plus.
Cora - I get the image of a girl with long strawberry blonde curls walking through a wooded area that is overgrown with wisteria. Lovely image and lovely name.
Noelle - Not my favorite. It is also being used increasingly as a "filler" MN.
Evelyn/Evelina - I prefer Evelyn, but Evelina is interesting.
Genevieve/Guinevere -LOVE!!!!! Prefer Guinevere, but they both make me think of a huntress.
Aurora - I go back and forth on Aurora. Today I like it, but some days it almost feels saccharinely sweet.
Autumn - One of the more common nature names, but still lovely.
Amber - I feel like this name is "over". It feels dated and very 80's.
Jane - Simple and sweet. Love it.
Simone - I love that this name feels exotic, but not crazy. I love it, but it makes me think of a cat. Think of that as you will.
Vivienne - I really don't see the appeal, but I know it is a budding favorite.
Catherine - This is the most classic name I can think of (other than Mary) and I actually really like it. If you are into nicknames, this one has a plethora (including Cora btw).
Ruby - Great gemstone name that has been able to break away from the "hippy-dippy" image and be used as a mainstream name. I love this one, but for me I still prefer Amethyst.
Favorites: Sage, Maeve, Isadora, Lydia, Guinevere, Genevieve, and Simone
Catherine (Cora)SageMommy of Juniper Teagan & Pyrus Nikolai
Catkin Fianna, Celandine Ceridwen, Nettle Chiyo, Pennyroyal Matilda, Dandelion Jane
Fox Atticus, Huckleberry Ivan, Senna Lazarus, Bramble Gideon, Thistle Dorian
Crushes: Tearose, Fiadh, Ferelith, Myfanwy, Samara, Henbit, Fenella, Heliotrope, Chihiro
Angus, Jules, Bear, Larkspur, Blue, Robin
March 19th, 2014 04:58 PM #8
First off, congrats! You're gonna be a mommy!
Maeve - Such a fan of Maeve. Maeva is lovely too, but I prefer Maeve.
Evelina - I love Evelina, meh about Evelyn. Evelina is a great way to honor an Evelyn in a modern way!
Genevieve - Huge fan of the French pronunciation, though the English prn is lovely too. NN Evie is my favourite.
Catherine - Classic, beautiful, and full of NN options (Cat, Cate, Cathy, etc.)
Vivienne - Pretty
Evelyn - It's still old-lady-ish for me. But it's a classic.
Jane - So lovely, but a little plain. Would make a lovely middle to honour family too! Evelina Jane is gorgeous.
Isadora - I find this too harsh, but I love the Isa- part. Much prefer Isobel or Isaline.
Cora - It's a breakfast restaurant here so that's all I can think of but it sounds nice.
Guinevere - Not a fan of the sound at all. It's cool because it's medieval-y, but Genevieve is such a better option.
Aurora - Always found the sound unappealing.
Autumn - Meh. I find this tacky which is strange since I like Summer and Winter... I don't know
Amber - Ember would be slightly better, I guess, but eek.
Simone - Sorry, but I dislike Simone a lot.
Lydia - Always always always bugs me that it rhymes with a certain STD.
Caroline - Bad associations for me that I can't look past.Mickie
| Camille | Élise | Sophie-Anne |
| Benoit | Cédric | Luca | Sébastien |
- Celia - Éliane - Jasmine - Juliette - Laurianne - Mireille -
- Aldéric - Éliam - Emeric - Henrik - Nikolas - Theodore -
March 19th, 2014 05:17 PM #10Junior Member
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- Mar 2014
Wow - this is fantastic feedback! Thank you so much... will start chewing all this over...
March 19th, 2014 05:29 PM #12
I'm just going to say Dislike, Meh, Like, or Love.
Sage - Dislike
Talia - Love
Maeve - Love
Caroline - Like
Isadora - Meh
Lydia - Love
Cora - Like
Noelle - Like/Love
Evelyn/Evelina (Evelyn is a family name) - Love
Genevieve/Guinevere - Like (Genevieve), Dislike (Guinevere)
Aurora - Love
Autumn - Love
Amber - Meh
Jane (family name) - Love
Simone - Meh
Vivienne - Dislike
Catherine (family name) - Meh
Ruby - Dislike
Talia, Maeve, Lydia, Noelle, Evelyn/Evelina, Aurora, Autumn, Jane - My top choices in no particular order.
Combos: (I normally like family names in the middle)
Lydia Jane (A name that's on my list because Jane is a family name for me as well)
Noelle Aurora (or Aurora Noelle)
Top 3: Jane Evelina, Aurora Maeve, and Talia Noelle
Beatrice, Jane, Rosie, Winnie & Adeline
Gideon, Charlie, Sawyer, Flynn & Lachlan
March 19th, 2014 06:22 PM #14Senior Member
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- Oct 2012
These are my favorites from your list.
Sage - Quirky, trendy and spunky.
Talia - Romantic and feminine
Caroline - Classic, royal, and respected
Isadora - Fancy, vintage and lacey
Evelyn/Evelina (Evelyn is a family name) - Evelina is My favorite - Classy
Genevieve/Guinevere - These both have a lot of sex appeal
Aurora - Beautiful with sass and sparkle
Jane (family name) - Although it is plain it is a classic
Simone - French, feminine and stylish
Here are some pairs that I think sound smashing!
Good Luck choosing!