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Thread: Mermaid names okay?
May 30th, 2014 12:54 AM #1Senior Member
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Mermaid names okay?
-The Welsh name, Morforwyn, It can be seen spelled Morvoren. It means mermaid.
I came across it and I was attracted to it. Now, I am considering it. It is quite unusual and yet, pleasant to me. There is nothing clunky, fussy, frilly, or even over the top with this name, but it still manages to remain old and different without being weird or odd or even tomboyish in appearance and in sound. I thought it would pair nicely with a brother named Seaborne (means born of the sea).
May 30th, 2014 01:42 AM #3
Morvoren is nice actually, but I think spelling it Morforwyn is awful - too over the top. Both are a bit of a mouthful but I love that Morvoren is feminine without being too girly & it does have a wild & watery feel to it.
Morwenna would be a lovely alternative too, meaning Waves of the Sea.
I think Seaborne is terrible & I hope you re-think that one.
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May 30th, 2014 02:22 AM #5Senior Member
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I think Seaborne needs a rethink. There are some wonderful alternatives which evoke sea-like imagery and meanings.
Ronan "little seal"
Morvoren (spelled this way) seems special, unique and very mermaidish. That being said I love the suggestion of Morwenna, somehow more feminine and flowing.
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