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  1. #1
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    Coral or turquoise colored names?

    I know there have been a few color related posts on here before, but I wanted to ask specifically if you berries see any certain names in the color coral or turquoise? Just for a bit of fun and list-building. Thanks!
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  2. #3
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    Hmm... Let's see. All the names on my own lists tend to be green (Nemy, Rosemary, Hestia, Helena, etc.), velvety midnight blue (Diana, Wednesday, Maxine, etc.), silvery green (sort of the colour of willow bark, like Delphine, Zelda, etc.), lavender (Corinne, Francesca, etc.) or golden / sunny yellow (Artemis, Cappi, Bellamy, Clemency, etc.). There are a few crossovers (Francesca is both lavender and navy to me).

    Turquoise names:
    Felicia, Rani, Phedora, Piper, Paulette, Nyla, Dixie, Nova, Tess, Taya, Tally, Fritzi, Mitra, Mason, Marin, Marisa (also coral), Luz, Lux, Lyric, Royal, Lynn, Taneesha, Zanisha / Zaneesha, Queen, Latifah, Lark, Koko, Fifi (also coral), Peggy, Jaya (also purple), Janae (also purple), Isla (also purple), Imogen, Imani (also purple), Gwen (also coral), Felice, Fairuza, Fantasia, Diamond, Destiny, Devon, Dylan.

    Coral / hot pink names:
    Lola (also red), Fuchsia, Comet, Rhiannon (also royal purple), Peony, Petal, Petula, Peggy (also turquoise), Penelope, Opera, Nolita, Nixi, Nayo, Flavia, Mya / Maya / Maia, Hailee / Hailey, Katelyn / Caitlin, Rae, Jorie, Mitzi, Mila, Micah, Sasha, Marlo, Mardi, Princess, Linda, Amanda, Fulvia, Lolita, Kiana, Liana, Kelilah (also purple), Shaniqua, Lane, Koffi, Kizzy, Kyra, Kaia, Naia, Kezia (also purple), Kiki, Gigi, Fifi, Kelis, Chelsea, Kendra, Kaylee, Kayla (also purple), Jenna, Jessa, Jenessa, Winona, Juliet, Imogen (also turquoise and purple), Aaliyah (also purple), Hyacinth (also purple and turquoise), Ava, Hannah, Harley, Gwen (also turquoise), Gypsy, Gemma (also turquoise), Zoa, Khloe / Kloe (also turquoise), Gelsey (also turquoise), Fatima (also purple), Essence (also turquoise), Egypt, Donna, Destiny (also turquoise).


    There are loads more too, but it is essentially a collection of my least favourite names for the most part (sorry). Dark purple is usually worse, but no really nice names (IMO) seem to be coral or turquoise in my minds eyes.
    Momo Flora
    Dossie Roland

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    Amedeo Enjolras Aristotle Leonardo Archer Olivier Mischa Liam Caspian Benedict Theodore Fitzwilliam
    Rosalie Evangeline Mirabelle Ophelia Alice Elisabeth Stella Titania Artemis Cicely Margarethe Thalia Astrid

  4. #7
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    Oooh awesome question! Those are my two favorite colors of all time! For me they both are sort of Mediterranean/summery/beachy or boho colors, so maybe some of those types of names might work... I don't know what names fit, but I'm really looking forward to hearing what other Berries think!

    Maybe...

    Turquoise: Kaia, Waverly, Thessaly, Echo, Isadora (also feels coral to me), Leilani/Kailani (also coral, I think a bunch of Hawaiian names might fit both as well)

    Coral: Coralie (obviously), Lorelei, Elodie, Cosette, Eve, Calloway, Calla
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    I love names that are creative, bold, and edgy while still maintaining an air of sophistication.
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  5. #9
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    I don't know of any turquoise names, but Coralie and Coraline are both considered to be variations of Coral.
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