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  1. #6
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    Nov 2013
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    I too love your taste. Has your hubby got any suggestions, so we can see what sort of style he has?

    Suggestions:
    Hesper
    Vesper
    Hestia
    Aurora
    Bryony
    Lileas
    Lavender
    Lilac
    Thea
    Clio
    Hera
    Apollo
    Celeste
    Pilar
    Artemis
    Quarry
    Quilla
    Hale
    Ophelia
    Persephone
    Florence
    Fauna
    Valencia
    Valentine
    Juniper
    Thisbe
    Peridot (peh-ree-doe)
    Olivette
    Olive
    Olympia
    Isolde
    Pomona
    Delphine
    Luna
    Daphnis (it is actually a girls name- I don't know why it lists it as male)
    Echo
    Sirena
    Hermione
    Twila
    Auberon
    Mab
    Tatiana
    Titania
    Oriole

    Let me know if you liked any of those, and I will try to help a bit more . Good luck

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Location
    United Kingdom
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    I have listed the names that I like below and reasons why we would be unable to use a lot of them. Unfortunately my other half isn't forthcoming with name suggestions as he finds it "incredibly boring" to talk about. All he has mentioned is that when he has briefly thought about it, he imagines that the name should fit "a pretty little girl", by which I think he means he'd prefer a feminine-sounding name.

    Hermione
    Beatrix
    Hazel (my other half's mother's name, although she goes by her middle name, I'd feel uncomfortable naming my child after her, it's a shame because it's a name we both like.)
    Willow (my other half likes this but I'm worried it's becoming too popular in the united kingdom)
    Ivy
    Thea
    Hera
    Persephone (already vetoed by other half as it's apparently a "horrible name")
    Florence (very popular in the united kingdom at the moment)
    Olive (already vetoed but I love it)
    Isolde
    Vesper (unable to use names that end in -er because the child's surname will also end in -er)
    Juniper (as above)
    Lavender (as above)

    Thank you for your help so far I think this is going to be a battle.
    Luna Iris
    October 11th

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Location
    Boston, MA
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    I don't know much on the mythological side, but some more nature names and other ideas:

    Calla
    Cassia / Cassiane
    Aster
    Astrid
    Zora
    Paloma
    Ianthe
    Minerva
    Eira
    Elowen
    Nova
    Neva
    Jora
    Zinnia
    Dahlia
    Ingrid
    Greta
    Althea
    Aminta
    Cerelia
    Cordelia
    Cora | Gwyneth | Hazel | Penelope | Sylvie | Thea
    Archer | Emmett | Ezra | Leo | Rhys | Theo

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
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    Robin - Arthur/Arthen - Llywelyn - Henry - Emrys - Caspian - Elystan - Rhydwyn

    Persephone - Georgiana - Aurddolen - Hedydd - Edith - Artemis - Seren - Morgana

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Location
    United Kingdom
    Posts
    47
    Thanks guys! I like:

    Zora
    Eira
    Cressida
    Wren
    Elodie
    Lillian
    Phoebe

    Just showed my other half your lists and he misread Eira as Elra and said he really liked it, however a quick google search reveals that Elra doesn't actually seem to be a name. Does anyone know of something similar or an alternative spelling that is an actual name?
    Luna Iris
    October 11th

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