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Thread: Like? Dislike? WDYT? Long list!
June 16th, 2014 08:33 AM #16
love - Annabel, Arden, Auden, Chloe, Claire, Eleanor (prefer Nora), Elle, Eloise, Emerson (for a boy), Emilia, Grace, Hadley, Harper, Isobel/Isabel, Juniper, Lily, Margot, Mia, Piper, Rose, Sadie, Sophie, Stella, Wren
like - Alexandra, Ava, Emilie, Hannah, Juliet, Morgan, Tallulah, Tatum, Zoe
neutral - Beatrix, Bronwen, Brooke (although I love the boy's name Brooks), Clea, Cleo, Daisy, Ellie, Ellis, Eve, Fiona, Flannery, Gemma, Imogene, Liv, Lyla, Lyra, Molly, Phoebe, Rae, Ruby, Tabitha, Tamsin, Thea
dislike - VioletPiers Lachlan o Maebry Eloise
Archer Finley o Avia Clementine
Tadhg Everett o Coralie Winter
GP Wilder Thackeray o Story Anneliese GP
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June 16th, 2014 09:55 AM #18Senior Member
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A lot of the names on your list are also on mine some gorgeous names!
I love - Ava, Chloe, Elle, Emilia, Hannah, Isobel, Mia & Morgan
I like - Brooke, Daisy, Eleanor, Ellis, Harper, Imogene, Lily, Piper, Rae, Ruby, Wren, Rose, Sadie, Violet, Zoe, Juliet,
I dislike - Alexandra, Annabel, Arden, Auden, Beatrix, Bronwen, Claire, Clea, Cleo, Ellie, Eloise, Emerson, Emilie, Eve, Fiona, Flannery, Gemma, Grace, Hadley, Juniper, Liv, Lyla, Lyra, Margot, Molly, Phoebe, Sophie, Stella, Tabitha, Tallulah, Tamsin, Tatum, Thea,Tasha. 21. Brit. Name Geek.
June 16th, 2014 02:51 PM #20Senior Member
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Since I like way more than dislike, I will mention the ones i would eliminate. Sorry for the negativity!
Auden - I just prefer Arden (as well as Arwen and Anwen)
Brooke - feels very dated to me
Clea - ok but I much prefer Cleo, and I think Clea will get mispronounced a lot as CLEE-ah vs CLAY-uh (in US anyway)
Daisy - ok just too cutesy for me. It's always been a pet name in my family.
Ellie - nickname
Ellis - i prefer for a boy
Emerson - boy
Flannery - sounds like it should be for a boy
Grace - too bland for me
Mia - I would use this as a nickname maybe. it's just too wee/weak on its own.
Molly - too cutesy for me
Piper - too cutesy for me/doesn't sound pretty to me
Rae - maybe ok as a middle, as a first seems like a missed opportunity
Tabitha - never really liked, altho recently it's been growing on me so that i can almost see the appeal
Tatum - does not sound pretty to me at all.
I love or like the rest~!Amara Winter~Cora Madeleine~Fiona Elspeth~Gwyneth Rosalie~Hazel Matilda~Margot Eliza~Sylvie Juniper
Archer Lennox~Cato Benjamin~Emmett Sebastian~Ezra Donovan~Julian Emrys~Lucian Matteo~Theo Everett
June 16th, 2014 04:54 PM #22
Alexandra - strong woman, a warrior
Annabel - prefer Annabelle spelling; soft name
Arden - sounds like name for forest fairy
Auden - no.
Ava - I really dislike this name, plus is so popular...
Beatrix - really like it; ages well and has nice nicknames
Bronwen - no. sounds quite masculine to me
Brooke - like from Bold and Beautiful. Sorry but association is strong for me
Chloe - love the name; sweet and chic, very feminine
Claire - a little bit plain; prefer Clara over Claire
Clea - not really
Cleo - not really
Daisy - don't like it
Eleanor - beautiful name; classic, romantic, feminine, ages well etc
Elle - beautiful, feminine, simple
Ellie - nice as a nn
Ellis - ?
Eloise - not a fan of it
Emerson - but.. for a girl?
Emilia - lots of possible nn's.. pretty name
Emilie - same as Emilia; sounds more French
Eve - not a fan of Eve...
Fiona - beautiful, strong, feminine, unusual
Flannery - ?
Gemma - sounds quite harsh to me; don't know why; not a fan
Grace - beautiful name, simple, ages well, quite overused
Hadley - prefer Hailey over Hadley
Hannah - simple, classic, ages well, girly; prefer Hanna, but ok
Harper - all I can think of are Beckhams; they ruined the name for me
Imogene - elegant and classic; more for adult than a lil girl
Isobel - not a fan of it, not a fan of Isabella either
Juliet - slightly overused and really popular for me
Juniper - as much as I like nature names, this is not my favourite
Lily - nice, feminine, sweet, ages well
Liv - beautiful meaning; ages well, pretty
Lyla - prefer Leila or Laila
Lyra - not a fan of Lyra
Margot - I love Margaret and its diminutives; Margot has plenty of nice nn's
Mia - sweeeeeeet
Molly - I love Molly; think it's underused; such a nice name (or nickname)
Morgan - sounds quite masculine and quite harsh
Phoebe - sweeeeet, just like Mia
Piper - dislike it. very much. bad associations of mine.
Rae - love it; also as a nn for Rachel; spunky
Rose - beautiful; another classic, quite overused as a mn; deep sound
Ruby - cheerful name
Sadie - not a fan
Sophie - love the meaning, can't stand the popularity; prefer it to Sophia
Stella - like it a lot; nice meaning; I prefer Estrella or Estella, but Stella is nice as well
Tabitha - I just don't enjoy this name. Don't like it at all.
Tallulah - pretty, quite sassy, feminine
Tamsin - sounds just a lil bit masculine and strong
Tatum - no
Thea - sounds more as a nn to me
Violet - not a fan
Wren - prefer it on a boy
Zoe - sweet, girly, nice; prefer it on a girl rather than on an adult.
uff, that was quite a list!
Last edited by senseandsensibility; June 16th, 2014 at 05:00 PM.Marta Aleksandra. 22.
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June 16th, 2014 05:05 PM #24Member
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