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Thread: 0-3 Baby Contest Names!
June 3rd, 2014 10:30 AM #1Senior Member
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0-3 Baby Contest Names!
These are some interesting names I found whilst looking at a UK 0-3 year-old baby contest.
Which are your favourites & least favourites?
There were so many interesting names!! I had to stop somewhere though~ 22 year-old name lover ~
June 3rd, 2014 11:29 AM #3
Wow, and I thought America had problems with made up names! I've only met one person with a double first name and that was Mary Jane. I didn't know it was so popular elsewhere.
Can't stand the rest! I'm not much of a double names person. Seems too long to me.Abby • 16 • Competitive Dancer • Writer
Iris Matilda|Aurora Isabel|Maeve Artemis|Kaia Reverie|Sabrina Fleur
Calista Fable|Nola Xanthe|Saela Vesper|Mabel Amoret|Thalia Brynn
August Laurence|Magnus Jacoby|Conrad Emory|Archer Murray|Lachlan Sage
Nolan Shepherd|Rory Xavier|Caspian Ellis|Flynn Alexander|Fabian James
June 3rd, 2014 11:38 AM #5
June 3rd, 2014 12:16 PM #7
I don't mean to sound like a snob, but I think many of these names reflect the unclassy (for want of a better word) nature of people who enter their kids into baby contests.
Don't understand the amount of double-barreled names. Most of the names themselves are fine, for example Skye and Brooke are lovely, but Skye-Brooke radiates 'low class' to me. Then other double-barreled names just don't flow at all imo (Max-Danny, Mason-Robert for example.) That said, I do like Roselyn Pearl and Lennox.
June 3rd, 2014 01:58 PM #9
Ouch. Yep, that was painful to read. One of my pet hates is double-barrelled names. The other would be trendee/soulless/kre8tiv names. But I like a challenge! So...
Best: Marcel (normally yuk, but decent ones like Lucas and Finley and Max are all hyphen-hated) and Aleera or Aanya (in the hope that these are recognised in other languages).
Worst: Kylan-Lance and KC-Jane (but this was really tough!)Isolde - Eluned - Freya - Anouk - Tabitha
Caspar - Edmund - Ebbe - Fred - Oskar