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June 7th, 2014 08:14 PM #1Senior Member
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Madeleine Iris (LINE ending)
Sienna Hermione Rose
Thanks!No babies anytime soon... Just planning ahead (VERY far ahead)
June 7th, 2014 08:50 PM #3Member
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Evangeline Clare - pretty, prefer Claire to Clare
Eliana Violet - which pronunciation? I like the Italian.
Nora Kay - tepid.
Neve Elisabeth - equivalents NMS.
Madeleine Iris (LINE ending) - French spelling, prefer French pronunciation.
Maia Juliette - OK.
Emery Catherine - NMS.
Scarlet Renee - NMS.
Hazel Grace - Love Hazel, Grace not so much.
Sienna Hermione Rose - OK.
Daniella Maree - Like Mary? Or Marie?
Beatrix Helena - My fav.
Elisabeth Madeline - Too lengthy/bouncy for my taste.
Caroline Anneliese - Lovely.
Aviana Rose - Aviana? Source? I think of birds.
Cleo Helena - short forms NMS.
Maeve Elisabeth - sounds ok, but Irish equivalents again, NMS.
Juliet Elaine - Pretty.
Bree Juliette - not a fan of Bree.
Linnea Jane - a little rhyme-y.
Arabella Wren - trying too hard.
Casey Erika - love Erika, not Casey.
Seraphina Juliette - prefer French first with French middle.
Keira Elisabeth - meh, NMS but it works.
June 7th, 2014 09:05 PM #5Senior Member
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Evangeline Clare- I love Evangeline (with the 'leen' ending), and it sounds pretty nice when paired with Clare, but the plain 'Clare' spelling doesn't appeal as much as Claire to me, and i think it works better with Evangeline.
Eliana Violet- I don't much care for Eliana, and the flow is slightly off- I can tell exactly what it is but perhaps Eliana Violette would be better?
Nora Kay- It's kind of short and simple. I'd pick a longer middle for Nora, like Nora Elizabeth or Nora Magdalene.
Neve Elisabeth- This would be pretty if it was the original spelling (Niamh). I just adore that spelling and can't stand to see it differed.
Madeleine Iris- I prefer Madeleine spelled Madelyn with the 'lyn' ending, but this combo is OK.
Maia Juliette- This one's pretty, but extremely feminine.
Emery Catherine- The styles of the names are very different. Emery is a modern, unisex name, whereas Catherine is very feminine and classic. Perhaps Emilia Catherine?
Scarlet Renee- Neither of these names really suit my taste.
Hazel Grace- This is very pretty, but slightly plain, and also the exact name of Hazel from The Fault in Our Stars... I don't know whether or not that was intended.
Sienna Hermione Rose- Sienna and Hermione don't go together terribly well. Perhaps Sienna Rose Hermione would be better? I do like each name individually, though.
Daniella Maree- No matter the pronunciation, I would much prefer the original spelling. Daniella Marie is lovely.
Beatrix Helena- Helen-uh or Ha-LAY-nuh or uh-LAY-na? I really like Beatriz uh-LAY-nuh.
Elisabeth Madeline- Pretty, but a bit drawn-out.
Caroline Anneliese- One of my favourites. Very pretty and classic.
Aviana Rose- Avianna Poet is on my own personal list
Cleo Helena- I really dislike this one. (Sorry!)
Maeve Elisabeth- This is beautiful! Truly lovely.
Juliet Elaine- I feel like there are too many 'e's in this.
Bree Juliette- Similar complaint to the one above, but the flow is better here.
Linnea Jane- Very nice. I love hearing Jane, in the middle or as a first.
Arabella Wren- This doesn't really do the trick.
Casey Erika- Eh. It's just kind of... meh.
Seraphina Juliette- Very pretty, sophisticated, and feminine.
Keira Elisabeth- Nice, but not amazing.
My favorites are Caroline Anneliese, Aviana Rose, Maeve Elisabeth and Seraphina Juliette. I would nix Nora Kay, Scarlet Renee, and Cleo Helena. Overall, a really nice list! You have great taste, and with some minor tweaks, your list will be perfect.Madison, 13, teenberry, writer, and dreamer
Elisabeth Verona "Evie", Briar Magdalene, Seraphina Lea (prn LEE), Elysia Quinn, Stella Rosalind, Gwendolyn Saige "Gwen" or "Winnie", Dahlia Niamh, Alessandra Kate, Eleni Mathile, Charlotte Sylvana "Char"
Donovan Howard, Micah Rhys, Judah Matthew, Niall Maddox, Fabian Luca, Nikolai Roan, Cassius Noble, Tobin Porter, Theo Xavier, Evan Beckett
Today's Crushes: Glenda and Ronan
June 7th, 2014 09:09 PM #7
Evangeline Clare- Love! I love simple middle names with Evangeline
Eliana Violet- Eliana is definitely growing on me. I like it
Nora Kay- I like Nora, but I don't like Kay. Nora Katherine is beautiful.
Neve Elisabeth- Not crazy about Neve. Love Elizabeth as a middle
Madeleine Iris (LINE ending)- The long "I" is too heavy. I prefer the LANE ending next to Iris
Maia Juliette- Beautiful! I love this.
Emery Catherine- I love Emery on a girl! Goes very well with Catherine
Scarlet Renee- I want to love Scarlet, but I can't get past "Scar". The combos flows nicely.
Hazel Grace- Never been a fan of Hazel. Combo flows nicely
Sienna Hermione Rose- Combo flows well, but I don't care for Hermione. I like the simplicity of Sienna Rose (despite them both being color names)
Daniella Maree- Love Daniella! Prefer Marie in the middle.
Beatrix Helena- Flow is great, but I do not care for either name
Elisabeth Madeline- Pretty! Love both names. Madeline Elizabeth is great as well.
Caroline Anneliese- A bit of a mouth full, but still pretty. I have Clara Anneliese on my list
Aviana Rose- Aviana makes me think of airplanes for some reason. lol. I still like it. Avia Rose is pretty too.
Cleo Helena- I like Cleo, but other people think it sounds like a TV pet psychic. lol
Maeve Elisabeth- Flows well, but I don't like Maeve.
Juliet Elaine- LOVE! Favorite from the list!
Bree Juliette- Bree is too nickname-y to me.
Linnea Jane- Cute!!! I recently added Linnea to my list. I love it.
Arabella Wren- This one is hard for me to say with the heavy "R" sound.
Casey Erika- Both names are a little dated, plus the flow is a little off. I like Casey more on a boy.
Seraphina Juliette- Seraphina is a GP name for me. I like it paired with Juliette.
Keira Elisabeth- Super cute!Not expecting, just love collecting names!
My name is Erin. I am 22 years old and I have loved baby names since I was 10.
Girl names: Juliet Grace, Madeline Hope, Linnea ?, Stella Rose, Emilia Colette, Clara Noelle, Violet Elora, Lydia Charlotte, Elaine Victoria, Evelyn Ruby
Boy names: Jonathan Rhys, Wesley Quinn, Evan Robert, Joel Dominic, Quinn Patrick, Dawson Cole, Judah Nathaniel, Rhys Jeremiah, Roman Gabriel, Lachlan Jude
June 7th, 2014 09:15 PM #9
Evangeline Clare: Love! It's adorable. I love Evangeline, and it flows well with Clare. Prefer the spelling Claire, though.
Eliana Violet: I really like this, actually! Flows and ages exceptionally well.
Nora Kay: It's cute, but doesn't age well. What about Eleanor Kay? And nickname her Nora?
Neve Elisabeth: Love it! Very nice. I think there is a different way to spell Neve, but gosh it's adorable. Nice flow, ages well
Madeleine Iris: Nice. Not a fan of Iris, sorry, but it does work well together!
Maia Juliette: How are you planning on pronouncing Maia? Either way, it's a nice name. Don't like the spelling of Juliet - it just seems a lot of unnecessary fluff for something you don't really need.
Emery Catherine: Emery is rather masculine, but Catherine is adorable! Does flow well though.
Scarlet Renee: Not a fan of Scarlet for personal reasons, so I'm not going to give my opinion on this because I'm biased.
Hazel Grace: Love it, BUT. There's a new movie coming out, based on a book, where the main character's name is Hazel Grace. The Fault in Our Stars? It's not a bad association, but just thought I'd point it out.
Sienna Hermione Rose: I don't really think it really flows. Sienna Rose works. Hermione Rose. Sienna Hermione. They all flow. But not together.
Daniella Maree: Adorable! Very safe, though. But if that's your thing, then that's okay.
Beatrix Helena: Not a fan of either name, sorry!
Elisabeth Madeline: Like Daniella Maree, adorable but safe. But if that's your thing, then that's okay.
Caroline Anneliese: Love both names individually, but not so much together. Same syllable count, with the L sound in the same place. It's okay, but a bit of a mouthful
Aviana Rose: Love it! Adorable!
Cleo Helena: Not a fan of either name, sorry!
Maeve Elisabeth: Love it! Nice flow, ages well.
Juliet Elaine: Love it!
Bree Juliette: Don't like the spelling of Juliet - it just seems a lot of unnecessary fluff for something you don't really need. And I've always thought of Bree as a nickname for Gabrielle or likewise. SO not a fan, sorry!
Linnea Jane: Nit a fan of Linnea, sorry. Jane is nice, though
Arabella Wren: Love it! Perfect flow of two great names.
Casey Erika: Love Casey, not a fan of it's match with Erika, sorry!
Seraphina Juliette: Don't like the spelling of Juliet - it just seems a lot of unnecessary fluff for something you don't really need. And the combo of Seraphina and Juliette sounds rather... pretentious isn't the right word. Over flowery, OTT.
Keira Elisabeth: Not a fan of Kiera for personal reasons, so I'm not going to give my opinion on this because I'm biased.