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Thread: Rate the Previous Signature!
August 19th, 2014 04:54 PM #11
Ok, since you put OR I assume you'd use only one of the two; and going in that direction, I can choose which one I like better :3
So, here we go...
*Matilda Sailor or Faye Matilda - ohhh, I like both of them! I always thought of Matilda as of a girl with messy hair, and big nerdy glasses with her head in the clouds. I like unusual Sailor (tho never been a fan of such names, it grown on me lately). I also like Faye a lot, it seems not to be so popular and is kind of refreshing in sound. FM - 9/10. MS - 7/10.
*Sylvie Winifred or Simon Atlas - definitely Simon Atlas. Just recently discovered how lovely the name Simon is. An unusual name is ok, tho I'd make it a little bit longer as 5-5letter combo doesn't speak to me so much... I like Winifred, and I'm not a fan of Sylvie, tho it's not so bad. 7/10.
*Atlas Dov or Alice Violetta - not sure about Dov thing, my vote goes to Alice Violetta. Alice is a little bland to me, but I used to love Alicia long time ago. Violetta Villas was a very popular singer, and so I cannot skip this association in my head. Combo gets only 3/10.
*Lucien Wilde or Lucinda Jane - I really like Lucien and love Jane. Not a fan of Lucinda... So I go for Lucien Wilde. Both 5/10.
*Jane Lucinda or Jack Mariner - love Jane and Jack. I'm stuck, as I dislike both Lucinda and Mariner... but I think Jack Mariner sounds a little bit better than Lucinda. 5/10
*Marlowe Charles or Roscoe Thomas - here we go again - an established classic with some modern twist, which is not really my cup of tea I vote for Roscoe Thomas, let's be brave for once! ; ) Marlowe sounds a bit feminine to me, but both will get 6/10.
*Charles ' Charlie' Wallace or Marigold 'Maggie' Wynn - I really like Marigold and Wallace! Perfect spots (first & middle). Slightly prefer Maggie. 8/10
*Eloise Lily or Elliot Darwin - like Lily a lot, but prefer Elliot Darwin. Eloise Lily gets 6/10, Elliot Darwin - 7/10.
*Iris Cordelia or Thea Marina - really like Iris & Marina... how about Iris Marina? No, seriously, very nice combos. 7/10 & 8/10.
*Jasper Augustus or Juniper 'June' Lovelace - Jasper Augustus is a winner here, since I simply don't understand the Juniper's adoration. If it was a June Lovelace, it'd be a winner tho. 7/10 & 3/10.
*Julian Felix or Judah 'Jude' Reeve - I find names like Julian or Felix very handsome and charming. Reeve is not so bad either, thought I just don't like the sound of Judah. Julian Felix is 10/10, Judah Reeve gets 4/10.
Hope you enjoyed reading my comments
For the next poster, you might consider Florentyna, Ernestyna, Celestyna, Hildegarda nn Hilda & Leonarda are all foreign spellings; plus, the first four are only very new crushes, so I have 'em in my signature to figure out if it's a true love or just a crush. Solstice & Melisent are my GP's tho. Looking forward to hear what you think!
!!! Great I just realised how we all posted in like, similar time! Raevynstar, you got it first! Tho I refreshed the page to see if nobody already commented, and there was a 'green light', ha! So, idk what happens next... maybe the poster AFTER geeknamezyo gets to comment on both me and geeknamezyo? WDYT?
Last edited by senseandsensibility; August 19th, 2014 at 05:01 PM. Reason: add noteMarta Alexandra. 23.
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August 19th, 2014 04:55 PM #13
Mary - 5/10; it's NMS but I like seeing it around.
Ophelia - 8.5/10. A popular choice here on NB that has all my favorite sounds in it.
Lily - 6.5/10. A slightly bland but very pleasant name.
Genevieve - 7/10. A very fun name, but confusing because of its varying pronunciations.
Elsa - 7/10. I'm not especially a fan of Frozen, but I'm a semi-fan of this name.
Agatha - 4/10. NMS, but I appreciate its boldness.
Gwyneth - 4/10. So close to my own name that, as I've mentioned in previous posts, I've built up some ill will toward it!
Blanche - 4/10. Same deal as Agatha.
Kate - 8/10. Not the most interesting name ever, but it's solid, pretty, and fun.
Florence - 4/10. Ditto Agatha and Blanche.
Nessie - 8/10. I think it's best as a nickname, but I really like it. Very cute.
Dylan - 6/10. I don't mind it on a girl, but I think there are better options out there.
Finn - 9.5/10. Love it.
Cove - 6/10. Kinda cool. I see it as a nature-y spin on Cole.
Augustus - 8/10. I really like it, and the nn Gus, but prefer the slightly simpler August.
Alfie - 6/10. I like it but don't see it aging all that well.
Todd - 5/10. It's kind of a wallflower name, IMO.
Harry - 8/10. Very likable.
Dylan - 6/10. I feel almost the same about it on a boy as on a girl.
Jericho - 6/10. Too overtly biblical for my own taste, but still kind of a cool name.
Alistair - 9.5/10. Fantastic.
Melchior - 8/10. Not super wearable, but pretty awesome.
Wesley - 8/10. One of my favorites in the top 100.
Last edited by geeknamezyo; August 19th, 2014 at 05:06 PM.Gwen
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August 19th, 2014 04:57 PM #15
Momo reminds me very much of the story by Michael Ende and therefore my childhood. I'm not a huge fan of names that only have two letters/sounds in total (Anna, Lily, etc.) but Momo is really interesting!
Flora is one of my personal favourites and I absolutely love her. 8/10
Dossie Roland is just not my style so I shouldn't rate it.
Last edited by opheliaflora; August 19th, 2014 at 06:23 PM.PENELOPE|ALICE|PHOEBE|ADA|OPHELIA|EMMA|FLORA|ROSE|CHARLOTTE
Alice Cordelia - Rose Wilhelmina - Hugo Edmund - Ophelia Rosalind - Penelope Clara
August 19th, 2014 04:58 PM #17
Raevyn Star beat me .
Raevyn Star's signature:
Mary: Perfection- 10/10
Ophelia: Beautiful, but I cannot get past the Shakespearian connection. I prefer Ofelia for this reason. 8/10
Lily: Lovely! Beautiful floral name: 8/10
Genevieve: Beautiful, I love it. 9/10
Elsa: Gorgeous vintage name. 8/10
Agatha: Perfection: 10/10
Gwyneth: NMS, but a fine name. 6/10
Blanche: Something you do to almonds or what happens when the colour drains from your face. I can see the appeal, but it is too much like 'blanch.'
Kate: Meh, I don't really have an opinion on Kate. 5/10
Florence: Gorgeous! Utter perfection- 10/10
Nessie: I like it, but there will be a lot of Loch Ness monster jokes- Nessa, Ness, Nellie, Bessie, Tessie or Essie would be more fool proof. 6/10
Dylan: NMS, but it is a nice name (I don't care for it for boys either): 6/10
Finn: Meh, I can see the appeal, but it doesn't do anything for me. 5/10
Cove: LOVE! 10/10
Augustus: Stunning name 10/10.
Alfie: NMS, but still very spunky. 7/10
Todd: I like it- I think Todd could make a comeback, along with Scott. 10/10
Harry: I prefer Hal, Hale, Hank or Henry, but Harry is still great: 9/10.
Dylan: NMS, but still a nice name. 6/10.
Jericho: Cool way to update Jerry: 7/10
Alistair: NMS, I know so many Alistair's that I am personally a bit tired of it. 5/10
Melchior: It reminds me too much of the word melancholy. I can see the appeal though: 5/10
Wesley: My mother's maiden name: I love it! 10/10Vesper Opal, Dossie Gardener, Shalom Galilee, Easter Paloma, Mary Valentine, Agnes Gardenia, Aphra Bram, Constance Camellia, Noonan Minnie, Tabitha Painter, Paloma Opal, Betty Calloway, Yuki Magnolia, Frances Dove, Gardenia Philou, Malou Anouk, Nancy Opal.
Dossie Gardener, Bertram Beloved, Roland Basil, Gerald Dove, Obadiah Dove, Amadeus Andrew, Abraham Lou, Thaddeus Noble, Claude Gentle, Enzo Raphael, Shalom Gentle, Zebedee Shalom, Shepherd Andrew, Morris Noble, Beacon Cassiel.
August 19th, 2014 05:00 PM #19
Please disregard this message if you're not @nooshi. I'm replying to that user and that user only, I don't want my names rated too many times!
Last edited by raevynstar; August 19th, 2014 at 05:03 PM.Just a sampling of the names I like...Poppy, Flossie, Lumina, Sapphire, Tangerine, Liliana, Joelle, Talia, Michaela "Kayla", Deirdre
Greyson, Temple, Finn, Arpad, Milton, Gilbert