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Thread: Your Thoughts?
January 12th, 2017 12:10 AM #1
Your Thoughts?Rosie Emmanuelle ➳ Josephine Ivy ➳ Mila Faye
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January 12th, 2017 01:25 AM #3Senior Member
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Rosie Emmanuelle- I love this. I love Rosie! I myself would prefer it as a nickname (to Primrose or Rosalind) but paired with Emmanuelle I think just Rosie is fine. Emmanuelle is long and full and balances the shorter, lighter Rosie out
Josephine Ivy- Ahh I love Ivy. Its one of those names that fits woth almost any name, any style. Its classy and not expected or over popular. And I like the flow of this whole name.
Mila Faye- My first thought is this is a very short name. Almost too short. The look and the sound. It seems like Mila could have more length and substance. A longer name with the nickname Mila? Milena Faye. Camila Faye. But I do think Mila works fine as a stand alone name and it has a lovely sound. Just the look of this combo looks so short and small to me.
Ingrid Anne- Quite plain and a little dull next to some of your other names. Maybe a different middle name? I like something a little spunky with Ingrid like Ingrid Vivienne, Ingrid Daisy or Ingrid Marina.
Calliope Rose- This is lovely. Calliope is a great, uncommon but not unheard of name! And paired with the classic Rose it is a beautiful feminine combination.
Iona Vivienne- I really am liking the flow and lilt of this one! Awesome combination.
Reina Claire- Oh how I love Reina. Claire isn't my favourite middle name with it, it feels like a tiny bit of a let down after Reina. But it's ok. Reina Ivy or Reina Rose (I like the alliteration in this one! Gives it some spunk)
Caroline Autumn- Great solid name. A good mix of vintage and new again. It also has a good strong sound and flow.
Tilly Hazel- This one also feels a bit short and abrupt. Maybe because I expect Tilly to be a nickname for something? Matilde Hazel or Ottilie Hazel.Forrester North|Sky Remington|Brighton Fox||Azura Star|Aurora Blue|Araluen Eve
January 12th, 2017 03:59 AM #5Senior Member
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They're in my signature, but I'll write them here as well:
Rosie Emmanuelle: This combo would be better as Rose Emmanuelle. The "ie" at the end of the Rosie and the E at the beginning of Emmanuelle is too much of the E sound.
Josephine Ivy: I think the flow of this combo would be better if reversed, Ivy Josephine.
Mila Faye: This is a beautiful combo.
Ingrid Anne: Both of these names are too harsh when put together in my opinion. Perhaps Ingrid Pearl or Anne Charlotte.
Calliope Rose: I think the O sound in Calliope and the O sound in Rose are a little too much. Perhaps Calliope Grace or Rose Amelia.
Iona Vivienne: This is pretty. Though I prefer the spelling Iona Vivian.
Reina Claire: Not a fan of the name Reina. Makes me think of Reindeer. Claire is pretty.
Caroline Autumn: I like this reversed, Autumn Caroline. Absolutely beautiful.
Tilly Hazel: Not a fan of Tilly. It is hard to imagine that name aging well. Thea Hazel or Matilda Hazel with Tilly as her nickname.Top 5 Girls
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January 12th, 2017 08:34 AM #7