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Thread: How would you do it?
July 16th, 2014 05:07 PM #6Senior Member
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July 16th, 2014 05:07 PM #8
Love Charlize and Elen (not enough little girls with this name!)
I think all the names on your list have great ways to honor the name, but all of your concerns are reasonable (Harper is very popular, etc.)
While I don't love it as much as Charlize & Elen, I like the meaning of Arden (I think that's a great method for honoring a name)
July 16th, 2014 05:10 PM #10Member
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July 16th, 2014 05:10 PM #12
Harlow fits with Harley. I love the name Harlow - glamorous Old Hollywood name.
Marley makes me think of Bob Marley and dog in Marley & Me. and Harper is ok.
Glenn is hard, I can only think of Glenda (as in the Good Witch), or Glynnis.
Gwen/Gwendolyn is a stretch for me. Harley is not a bad name for a girl, it is spunky and fun.
I would suggest thinking outside the box to widen your choices. For example, does Glenn Harley have a favorite girl's name, or a favorite place, or a beloved pastime, or a wish? Maybe you could honor him by picking what he loves as an inspiration for your girl's name?I'm not pregnant, just happy to be here. I love to play with namesOwen Alaric - Langston Ephraim - Lucien BalthazarEvangeline Iris - Saffron Ava - Isabeau Constantine - Adelaide Grace - Rhiannon EdanRowan Mazarine - Auden Sinclair - Avery PallasLenora Harlow - Jane Myles - Grace Faye - Lena Rune - Rosalind Vivian
July 16th, 2014 05:35 PM #14Åshild / Norwegian / 24 / Name Collector / Work: Daycare and the Library / Love to bake, read and listen to music
Maeva + Eulalie + Rosalind + Emerence + Saskia + Everild + Nimue + Anaïs + Ophelia + Lileas + Helena + Rixende
Balthasar + Leonidas + Isidor + Philo + Alasdair + Edmund + Iskandar + Ignatius + Valentine + Emmanuel + Emrys
Mercy + Bloom + Evening + Blythe + Prosper + Briar + Boone + Hawthorn