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Thread: Still haven't found "It"
May 3rd, 2014 06:15 PM #16Junior Member
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From those links we like Penrose, Viviana/Vivianna, Zinnia, Thisbe, and Noor (a little iffy on this one yet) not including some of the ones from our other comment such as Marian/Marion.
I'll try to best describe what it is that we don't like!
Wilhelmina- the -mina kind of throws us off as well as the spelling
Cordelia- we don't like the look of "Cord"
Olive- the food-connection
Clementine- same as above
Georgiana- don't like the sound of it with Jeanne
May 3rd, 2014 06:26 PM #18
Maybe you like Noura? It's a variation of Noor.
Do you like any other Rose names?
Instead of Olive, do you like Livia?
Clementina instead of Clementine?
Odelia instead of Cordelia?
Mariana instead of Georgiana? Or just Marina?
Wilma instead of Wilhelmina?
Some names with a Luc- beginning:
Luca, Lucasta, Lucea, Lucetta, Lucette, Lucia, Lucienne, Lucilla, Lucinda, Lucille, Lucina, Lucine, Lucrecia, Lucretia, LucreziaAlice Matilda | Flora Penelope | Rose Lavinia | Ada Rosalind
Charlotte - Clara - Cordelia - Emma - Arthur - August - Elliott - Henry - Hugo
May 3rd, 2014 06:46 PM #20Young Name Lover,
and bearer of an old lady name with a spunky nickname.
Emmeline Louise ~ Elsbeth Sabine ~ Philippa Rose ~ Theodora Claire ~ Matilda Pearl ~ Clementine Lucia
Elijah James ~ Alistair Felix ~ Atticus Harry ~ Milo Quincy ~ Archer Hamish ~ Cyrus Augustine ~ Cassius Oliver
May 3rd, 2014 06:55 PM #22
May 3rd, 2014 06:59 PM #24
May I just point out that a lot of the names you seem to like don't really fit the style you described? Thisbe, Zinnia and Noor in particular feel more edgy/bold than vintage to me. Maybe broadening your criteria could help.
And I feel like pretty much every name I can think of has been suggested already, so sorry in advance for repeats:
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