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July 21st, 2014 08:52 PM #1Member
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Thoughts on my current name crushes?
I'm not expecting, and won't be for a few years, but I'm enjoying imagining which names I'll use. My choices change rapidly, although I've loved a lot of the same girls names for a long time, so I'd like to know what you berries think of my current loves, their possible nicknames and if you have any ideas for first/middle combos then please suggest them!
While the girls names are all ones that I'd definitely use, most of the boys will probably be stuck as "guilty pleasures", or at the most middle names, in favour of more conservative choices but I'm interested to know if you think any of them might work on an actual boy.
Eira (ay-rah- welsh name meaning snow)
Godfrey (most likely only as a middle name)
Jubal (joo-ball)/Yuval (you-vahl)
Alaric "Rick"Annie, a name obsessed teenager
My future princesses: Myrna Beatrix, Nora Blythe, Virginia Sigrid "Ginny", Cecelia Rosalind "Celia/Cece", Eira Lux, Rosemarie Emmeline "Romy, Mathilda Salome "Hildy", Frances Esmée "Francie", Elizabeth Greer "Bessie", Lorena Celeste, Carlotta Holly "Lottie", Tabitha Fearne
My future princes: Henry Augustine, William Horatio "Bill", Edmund Oisín "Ned", Casper Jacoby "Cas", Patrick Mervyn "Ricky", Leopold Cary "Leo", Alfred Ezra "Al" and James Alaric
July 21st, 2014 11:25 PM #3
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July 22nd, 2014 04:10 AM #5Senior Member
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Rosemarie "Romy"- Love! And I love that you've spelt it Rosemarie. But I don't really like Romy.
Audra- It's nice, but I prefer Audrey or Aura
Marguerite "Daisy/Rita"- Nice name and nns
Eira (ay-rah- welsh name meaning snow)- Love! And I love your pronunciation (I say it like that too )
Myrna- It looks pretty, but it doesn't sound as nice when I say it
Saoirse (seer-sha)- I don't really like it, I have a bit of an aversion to names with 'sh' in the middle.
Aoife (ee-fa)- Okay
Virginia "Ginny/Gigi"- I'm not a fan, not because of the virgin bit, but it reminds me of a certain body part when I look at it (sorry) I do love Ginny though
Mathilda "Hildy"- Cute nn (I also like Tilda), and I have Matilda on my list (so I like it!)
Jebedaiah "Jeb"- Nms, I'm not a fan of most -iah names
Calix "Cal"- Quite nice, like a twist on Alex
Maximus "Max"- It's okay, I've never been a huge fan of Max names
Septimus "Tim"- I like it, I read/listened to an audio tape of a series with a character called Septimus.
Jared/Jarrod- Nms, it's okay
Oscar "Oz"- I like it! But I prefer Oscar in full to Oz
Mycroft "My"- I love Sherlock too much to say no, but I do automatically think Microsoft as well
Godfrey (most likely only as a middle name)- Okay, not sure if I like or dislike it
Jubal (joo-ball)/Yuval (you-vahl)- Nms
Horatio- I LOVE Horatio (so, so much!) such a brilliant name.
Alaric "Rick"- Like it, I prefer Alec as nn.
My favourite girls are: Eira, Rosemarie, & Mathilda
My favourite boys are: Horatio(!), & Alaric (Mycroft gets a special mention as I'm so much of a fangirl)Wholocked, history and chemistry loving teenberry (16).Hoping to be a mummy in the very distant future. Dreaming of...✦ Pandora Valencia Fae ✧ Evanthe Lyra Annabeth ✦
✦ Little Misses ✦
✧ Caspian Sherlock Walter ✦ Phoenix Arthur Blaise ✧
✧ Mister Men ✧
Crushing on... ✦ Clio ✧ Victoriana ✦ Belladonna ✧ Fabian ✦ Jay ✧ Hamish ✦
"'Mycroft' is the name you gave me; if you could possibly struggle all the way to the end."
• Mycroft Holmes • Sherlock (BBC) • His Last Vow •
July 22nd, 2014 04:34 AM #7
Rosemarie "Romy"- Rosemarie is pretty, but I adore Rosemary, especially for its botanical connection. Rosemary just feels a bit fresher, but Rosemarie is still lovely.
Audra- NMS, but still lovely.
Marguerite "Daisy/Rita"- Serious, studious, yet a lot of fun. I would be really excited to meet a little Marguerite. I adore Margaret too.
Eira (ay-rah- welsh name meaning snow)- NMS, and the prn will be a problem, but it is lovely.
Myrna- I just hear 'burn her' or 'murder'. I can see its appeal, and I really want to like it, but I cannot get past that.
Saoirse (seer-sha)- Lovely.
Aoife (ee-fa)- Lovely. The prn could prove problematic depending upon where you live, but it is gorgeous.
Virginia "Ginny/Gigi"- I think it is a great name, I just worry about 'virgin' teasing in middle school.
Mathilda "Hildy"- Gorgeous! I love it.
Jebedaiah "Jeb"- NMS, but a great name.
Heath- NMS, and still strongly tied to Heath Ledger (to me), but a great name.
Calix "Cal"- Fun and spunky: it brings together the best elements of Calvin and Felix.
Maximus "Max"- LOVE.
Septimus "Tim"- I don't find this very appealing on the ear: I worry about 'septic' teasing.
Jared/Jarrod- NMS (It is super trendy / starting to be dated where I live: Jarryd / Jarhid, etc. I've seen it all.) but I can see its appeal.
Oscar "Oz"- Fun and spunky: NMS (bad personal association), but a great name.
Mycroft "My"- YAY! LOVE. This makes me so happy. I adore Sherlock Holmes, and Mycroft isn't as obvious as using Sherlock.
Godfrey (most likely only as a middle name)- This would make a cool mn, but I wouldn't use it as a fn (God jokes: limitless).
Jubal (joo-ball)/Yuval (you-vahl)- Jubal is lovely: bouncy and rambunctious, it reminds me of jubes, Jubilee and being jubilant.
Horatio- LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE. Horatio is on my signature. I adore Horatio. My absolute favourite from your list.
Alaric "Rick"- NMS, but a good name.
Girls: Mathilda, Marguerite, Rosemarie, Aoife.
Boys: Maximus, Mycroft, Jubal and Horatio.Momo Flora
July 22nd, 2014 05:14 AM #9
Rosemarie "Romy"-Not a fan, especially with this spelling but it is okay.
Audra-Okay. Better than Audrey
Marguerite "Daisy/Rita"-A bit too fancy for my liking. Daisy would be more my choice.
Eira (ay-rah- welsh name meaning snow)-I like this. It is simple but fresh and exciting.
Aoife (ee-fa)-I quite like this.
Blythe-Middle only but quite nice.
Virginia "Ginny/Gigi"-Not a fan.
Jebedaiah "Jeb"-Stick with Jeb on its own.
Calix "Cal"-Sounds like a medicine.
Maximus "Max"-Mn only.
Septimus "Tim"-Mn only.
Jared/Jarrod-Seems quite dated to me.
Oscar "Oz"-I like this!
Godfrey (most likely only as a middle name)-Mn only.
Jubal (joo-ball)/Yuval (you-vahl)-Nah
Mathlida, Eira and Oscar are my favourites off your list.berry combo results
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