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August 20th, 2014 10:36 PM #51
@Dominika, oh wow! Thanks for filling me in. Yeah, I was speaking from my admittedly limited American point of view, so I'm glad you took the time to tell me about all of your lovely Polish names! I have definitely changed my mind about a lot of them. I think I've derailed the thread enough, haha sorry, sorry.
Last edited by oiseau; August 20th, 2014 at 10:42 PM.
I fancy these: Stella ? ... Rex ? ♥
little one coming, aug. 16
August 20th, 2014 10:54 PM #53Senior Member
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Eilidh: 6/10 (love the pronunciation, but the spelling would be difficult in the US)
Rosalia: 6/10 (prefer Rosalie)
Elsa: 5/10 (prefer Ella)
Flynn: 6/10 (prefer Finn)
Taylor: 5/10 (I have more experience with this as a girl name)
Caspian: 8/10Noah Thomas
August 20th, 2014 10:57 PM #55
Oh, yay I got a fun one! Your style is charming, oiseau.
Twila Posey: posey isn't my favorite, but I've always been intrigued by Twila and the two go really well together. It reminds me of roses in moonlight.
Odette Francesca: the flow is awesome and I adore Francesca. Odette isn't a name I'm into, it sounds clunky and reminds me too much of "debt". But I'd be delighted to meet someone named this.
Orlaith Glimmer: glimmer is an awesome middle name, I considered it once but worried it sounded too hunger games-esque. I've never heard Orlaith, but it doesn't immediately appeal to me. Maybe if I knew more about it it would strike more of a chord.
Fianna Ruby: so cute! Fianna sounds so fresh and spunky, and I'm a sucker for Ruby, especially in the middle.
Poet Cadenza: not a fan. Poet seems like too blunt a word to give a little girl (what if she doesn't like poetry?) and though Cadenza is neat, it's too much with Poet for me.
Indie Nell: a BIG yes to Indie, Nell just isn't what I would put with it.
Ouen Amos: Amos is cool, but I don't understand Ouen. Is it like Owen?
Cillian Ambrose: I love this assuming you pronounce Cillian like Killian. The soft C doesn't wow me as much.
Oswin Maverick: this is totally great. Never heard Oswin, but it sounds nice. And Maverick, though a little trendy, is also on my list.
Casimir Orlando: I love both names, especially Orlando (a dear love of mine) and Casimir is handsome and elegant yet adventurous. I just wonder if he would get Cassie for short...
Oscar Phineas: wow, our styles really are similar. Though Oscar admittedly still reminds me of the. Sesame Street grouch, Ozzie would be an awesome nickname. Phineas is my number one boys names, so I give him five thumbs up, haha.~*~**~*Larissa~*~**~*
Saylor * Daphne * Cecily * Reverie * Elise * Amaryllis * Hadley * Madeline * Sage * Eliora * Kaia
Phineas * Gandy * Reynard * Flynn * Darwin * Zane * Asher * Pascal * Maverick * Quentin * Archer
August 20th, 2014 11:02 PM #57
Oooh, I wanna rate Larissa's...give me a minute.
also @Ebony, don't worry about it; I hate your names too. (Kidding. Actually I don't at all but I get that mine are not everyone's cup of tea. Don't feel bad.)
Amaryllis Joy - 8.5/10. Love Amaryllis, neutral about Joy. Overall, a pretty good combo.
Savannah Mayfair - 7/10. Usually I don't like Savannah, but it's kinda cool with Mayfair.
Bellamy June - 5/10. Bellamy is NMS; June is cute. The combo flows well.
Isla Reverie - 6.5/10. The opposite of above--I like Isla, dislike Reverie. But again, good flow.
Holiday Elise - 8/10. Really nice, and very wearable. Sounds like the name of a really kind person.
Cordelia Maple - 8/10. Not a fan of Maple, but Cordelia is great.
Sage Aurora - 9.5/10. Oooohh, I love it! So well balanced and subtly mysterious. Awesome combo.
Madeline Story - 6/10. Nothing wrong with this one, it's just a bit cutesy for my taste.
Laszlo Oliver - 8.5/10. Love it! One of those rare instances where back-to-back letters work just fine.
Darwin Blake - 9/10. Love this one, too! There's something very cute and endearing about Darwin.
Gideon Levi - 5/10. A bit too much bible in one combo for my taste.
Fisher Gray - 6/10. Interesting. Normally I'm not a fan of double word names, but this one works.
Jasper Elias - 8/10. Cute in a curmudgeonly way. I like it.
Simon Apollo - 10/10. LOVE THIS ONE. So excellent and perfectly balanced! Simon Apollo and Sage Aurora would be good matching-initial twin names.
Orlando Archer - 10/10. Ditto Simon Apollo. I adore Orlando.
Phineas Jack - 9.5/10. I just love all your boys' names!
Saylor Adeline - 5/10. Saylor is NMS but I see the appeal of this combo.
Siri Genevieve - 8/10. Siri is ridiculously cute and I wish it weren't a phone thing.
Penrose Elizabeth - 5.5/10. Penrose is NMS but again, I see the appeal. Elizabeth balances it out well.
Last edited by geeknamezyo; August 20th, 2014 at 11:13 PM.Gwen
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Owner of a cat: Minerva "Minnie"
Odette • Cosima • Fionnuala • Iphigenia • Coraline
Emmett • Kieran • August • Malcolm • Zephyr
August 20th, 2014 11:22 PM #59
Belphoebe - Interesting Name 7/10
Cosima - Sorry not my type. Doesn't seem very name-ish to me.
Sybella - same as above
Ailsa - Is this something like Elsa? 6/10
Celia - 3/10 reminds me of Cilia which is some sort of hair
Prosper - Not one of the word names I would use but it'll be a unique one
Finn - I like this! In fact I like it more as a name than a nickname. 9/10
August - Great name with nn Gus 8/10
Malcolm - Rather underrated name but I'm neutral towards this
Zephyr - This strikes me as more of a girl name but if I'm not wrong this is another word for a breeze? But its cool! 7/10Shannon, a name I've adopted as my English name since '11.
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