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May 7th, 2014 08:57 PM #1Junior Member
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Cute and Uncommon
Baby girl number 2 is on her way but she's giving us a hard time picking her name!
Her middle name will be Ann, after her grandma, and our problem is that we have names we think are cute in sound but they don't flow well with Ann! We are trying to avoid names ending with -a as we think they run into Ann and also avoiding names that begin with a vowel as we don't like how they sound with Ann either. Can you please give us some suggestions of cute but a little more uncommon names that flow with Ann? Our daughter's name is India Jane (sometimes called Indie), if that helps!
Also! Here are some names that we think sound cute but will not be using them:
May 7th, 2014 09:32 PM #3
Piers Lachlan Wilder | Henry Oliver Birch
Jack Rowan August | Gray Dashiell Fox | Finlay Everett Moss
Sophie Jane Magnolia | Anneline Elizabeth Fable
Eloise Margaret Birdie | Charlotte Evelyn Rose
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May 7th, 2014 10:03 PM #5
Adelaide Ann nn Adele was my favorite until I read the part about vowel names.(place name like India, I think Indie is a type of music and Adele is a music name too, like the singer)
Clare Ann (Or Clarisse Ann if you don't like the 1 syllable with 1 syllable deal)
Therese Ann nn Tess or TessieCornelia - Apolline - Louisa - Rosemary - Patricia - Evangeline - Clara - Edith - Mireille - Grace - Aisling - Shirley - Elodie
Gilbert - Ronan - Patrick - Roger - Winston - Leopold - Benjamin - Hamish - Clovis - Sage - Saxon - Billy - Jonas
May 7th, 2014 10:06 PM #7
India Jane is gorgeous! What about:
India Jane &
I hope you like any of these. It was actually quite hard to think of names that flow well with Ann. How come it is such a popular middle name?
Caroline. 23 year old from Brazil.
____ _ _ __Clara Genevieve | Louisa Peridot | Vivian Lark | Marina Bellamy | Lydia Primrose | Amelia Snowdrop
____Henry Vale | Thomas Fox | James Valentine | Theodore Leaf | Alexander Tadhg | Benjamin Wolf
May 7th, 2014 10:37 PM #9Senior Member
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I want to use Ann to honor a grandma as well, but I actually think names that end in A can be nice with it. The only ones I really avoid are those that end in N: Josephine Ann turns into Josephee Nan. Maybe it's my accent, but Ann sounds very separated from names that begin with A when I say them, so it doesn't bother me too much (ideally though, a first would end in neither A nor N). I feel like names with three or four syllables sound best in front of Ann; also, names ending in the L or R noises sound very nice with it, in particular. Some that I like: