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Thread: Thoughts on my list :-)
May 14th, 2014 12:31 AM #1Member
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Thoughts on my list :-)
I'd love some thoughts on my list! And some suggestions too if you have any :-)
With most of the names these are my concerns:
Too popular (I'm not sure whether I am bothered by popularity, not having experienced this with my own name I'm not sure how I feel about it!):
Peter (not overly popular with new babies, but generally a 'common feeling' name)
And the opposite (too 'out there'?):
Lack of nicknames/ don't like the nicknames (Again, I've never had a nickname myself, I'm not sure if I would like one for my child):
Samuel (I don't mind Sam, but much prefer Samuel)
The list as a whole:
May 14th, 2014 12:50 AM #3
Peter - Peter is lovely, it's classic & strong, but youthful on a little boy.
Samuel - I really like Samuel. I know a couple of them though, which is why I have Samson on my list as an alternative.
Barnaby - Barnaby is a great name, and it goes wonderfully with your other names!
August - I love love love August. Always have, always will.
Edward - I love this too! I would love to meet a little Edward.
Iris - Iris is gorgeous. Sweet & simple.
Charlotte - I love Charlotte, but I have always had trouble finding a middle for her. She goes perfectly with your list.
Genevieve - I've never been a big fan of Genevieve for some reason, but meeting a little Genevieve would be lovely.
Lyla - It's nice, but I don't love it. I think I prefer the Lila spelling, but the Y looks good in there too. It is a little less classic than the other names on your list, but if your say the names together, it works.
Emmeline - Emmeline is lovely. It's one of those names that fit with anything.
Clementine - I love this with your list, and it's not at all out there (well, to me, anyway.)
Marguerite - I think I prefer this to Margaret, the sound is so pretty!
Lyla could always be a nickname for Emmeline.
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May 14th, 2014 08:14 AM #5
Peter - I have not heard the name Peter for a very long time. I actually like seeing it on someone's list.
Samuel - I feel very neutral about Samuel. I have known/know way too many Samuels, Sams, and Sammys.
Edward - I am not too fond of Ed, so personally I do not care for the name. Besides that, this is another name thatI do not hear much any more.
Charlotte - I love Charlotte. Charlotte is beautiful and sweet, nickname Lottie spunky and charming.
Lyla - I know Lyla/Lila is popular on Nameberry but I do not care for the lie part.
Barnaby - I personally do not care for Barnaby but I feel the name is so spunky.
Clementine - I love Clementine, she is so sweet and charming.
If you do not want your child to have a nickname, then do not use one. I have heard people on this forum say that you cannot avoid them, well I know otherwise.
August - I would use August as a middle name, it honors.
Iris - I am unsure why but I have never cared for this name...maybe because it also reminds me of irises of the eye
Genevieve - I personally would not use Genevieve but I quite like the name.
Emmeline - I love Emmeline. If I did not fall head over heals with Maebry and Emilia, Emmeline would have been our number one.
Marguerite - I prefer Margaret.Piers Lachlan Wilder
Charlie Bennett Wolf
Oliver Henry Birch
Crispin Everett Gray
Declan Theodore August
Sophie Elizabeth Fable
Grace Margaret Birdie "Birdie"
Emma Jane Magnolia
Tilly Annabel Vesper or
Lily Anne Vesper
Edie Rose Clementine
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May 14th, 2014 09:13 PM #7
Peter - I love this! I feel like it's uncommon enough on young children that it'd feel fresh even if it has a common air to it.
Samuel - Very nice name, though I think this one would not sound as unusual on any age.
Edward - I have the same feeling as with Peter. Edward also has the bonus of lending itself to more uncommon nicknames like Ned or Ted.
Charlotte - Same as Samuel - very nice, but definitely too common if that's something that'd bother you.
Lyla - I don't like this spelling very much. I vastly prefer Lila, Lilah, Layla or Leila.
Barnaby - While I like this one, it may be a bit too uncommon. Barney is still all purple dinosaur to me, too, and I'm not sure a little Barnaby could easily avoid the nickname!
Clementine - I love this. I'd use it in a heartbeat.
Genevieve - So beautiful. My favorite out of your girl options!
August - Augustin is my favorite boy's name, so I love this!
Iris - Lovely name, and I personally have an excellent association with it!
Emmeline - Also lovely. The only reason I'd hesitate before using it would be in case it'd get shortened to Em/Emmie/Emme and be lumped in with all the Emmas and Emilys out there!
Marguerite - I'm not a huge fan personally, though it's a perfectly fine name. I much prefer Margaret.
Madeleine (may be too common for you, but it was one of the first that came to mind!)
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May 14th, 2014 09:37 PM #9Senior Member
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Peter - I like it. But I have friends who call their penis; Peter.. So 3/10..
Samuel - I have started really liking Samuel for a boy since Supernatural. 7/10
Barnaby - Perfect! I love this name! 10/10
August - This is so sweet, yet so unused. I dont think it works well unless he was born in August, though. 7/10
Edward - My boyfriends best friends name. I like it, but I like Edwin better. 6/10
Iris - Ive recently started to like this name, its in my short list of names. 6/10
Charlotte - I used to like it, but now its just way to popular! 3/10
Genevieve - I like this name, alot. The nicknames are cute, as well. 5/10
Lyla - I dont like this name at all, I have a bad association. 3/10
Emmeline - So pretty! Yet, its so popular for misspellings and pronunciation errors. 4/10
Clementine - So pretty! I love this name. thansk to "Walking Dead" video game! 10/10
Marguerite - I dont know how to say it, but it looks like margarita to me... 3/10Leo Anthony or Maggie Antonia