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  1. #1
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    Apr 2014
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    Sister for Wren?

    Hello berries,

    I am looking for a name for Wren's little sister. It's important to me that siblings' names be similar in style, but my problem is, I am having a hard time pinpointing what style Wren is! What do berries think? What names would you suggest?

    Middle name will be Jane or Josephine. Here are a few names I am thinking about:

    Nelle
    Parker
    Carys
    Mae
    Louisa


    Thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks in advance!

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    Location
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    I think Carys Jane is beautiful and goes great with Wren (which is gorgeous by the way!)
    Ladies: Lucy Josephine, Emilia Margaret, Audrey Lucille

    Gentleman: Morgan Zachary, Gavin Thomas, Avery Glen

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Apr 2014
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    I'd second Carys Jane, it really is beautiful, but I also like Mae Josephine.

    Maybe you like Freya?
    I personally like Freya Jane. Darcy Jane also sounds lovely.

    Have you given Wren a middle name as well? I just love Wren, it is a great name.

    (I only now realized that I don't know if we are talking about a girl or a boy, I somehow have a girl in mind when I hear Wren though!)

    Congrats on baby number two by the way!
    *Girls*
    Rebekah Hermione nn Becka // Katherine Ambrosia nn Kathy // Eleanor Narnia nn Ellie
    Charlotte Avalon nn Charlie // Elizabeth Andromeda nn Lizzy // Emmeline Alexa nn Emma


    *Boys*
    Elijah Sirius nn Elis // Andrew Caspian nn Andy // Nikolas Remus nn Niko
    Benjamin Apollo nn Benji // Nathaniel Maximus nn Nate // Alexander Merlin nn Alex


  4. #7
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Location
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    Congrats to you and welcome to Nameberry! I would classify Wren as a "nature name" and you could go down that route or use another "word name". From your list, I think Mae Josephine is my favourite (it's one syllable like Wren and the spelling May is also a word). Second choice would be Carys Jane which is Welsh for "love". Parker is too masculine, Louisa is too vintage and Nelle (or Nellie) is a derogatory term for an effeminate male. Here are some suggestions.

    Flower/Plant/Tree/Gem Names

    Ruby
    Clover
    Willow
    Calla
    Bryony
    Daisy
    Violet
    Briar
    Poppy
    Iris
    Hazel
    Lilac

    Word Names

    Solace
    Paige
    Verity
    Grace
    Felicity
    Eve
    Sky/Skye
    Constance
    Faith
    Patience
    Brooke
    Temperance
    Prudence
    Piper
    Scout
    Sage
    Lake

    Others

    Margot
    Tess
    Luna
    Celeste
    Lyra
    Claire/Clare
    Sunday
    Cleo/Clio
    Last edited by mischa; April 28th, 2014 at 03:57 PM.
    All the best,
    Mischa.

  5. #9
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