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Thread: A great baby naming style quiz!
July 5th, 2013 07:59 PM #41
I also scored 26 popularity, 75 history, 42 creativity, and 72 texture.
I also got 75% on history, higher than 92% of my peers lol. And 72% on taste.
I also read the one for youneek, and I thought it was funny that it said "maybe you don't know how to spell" lol.Girls:
Coraline, November, Lavinia, Elodie, Dorothy, Sybil, Rose, Evelyn, Helena, Ingrid, Margaret, Freya, Lavender, Daphne, Anaïs
Alaric, Anson, Oscar, Hawthorne, Cormac, Kenneth, Lucian, Nero, Orion, Seamus, Angus, Benjamin, Cain
July 5th, 2013 09:35 PM #43
You scored 19 popularity, 54 history, 51 creativity, and 64 texture!
You like uncommon, traditional names that have a definate flair, but still have roots in reality. Like Ethnic names. Maybe you've done research and found out that your grandfather only became Bob Smith because the clerk at Ellis Island had too much trouble with his real name. Or maybe you lived in another country and love the names that are common there.Try looking up your ethnic roots at www.behindthename.com , there's lists of names for a wide variety of ethic groups. One word of caution- do your research, and know the language and culture that goes with the name. Don't just believe what it says in a baby name book about Neveah being Slavic for Butterfly. Other catagories with names you might like are: Weird Magic, Exotic Traditional, Legendary, Old-Fashioned The naming style most unlike yours is Popular. You probably think those names are overused and lacking in roots. It's not likely you'll find many names to agree on with somone who has that naming style.just a confused teenberry.
corbin | leo | malcolm | pierce
anastasia | cordelia | delphine | ramona
July 5th, 2013 09:51 PM #45
I'm Classic! No surprises there.
51% popularity, 75% history, 32% creativity, 91% taste.
You like common, traditional names that are solid and down to earth. Some people might even call them boring, but they're fine names that have stood the test of time. In the book The Baby Name Wizard, try looking under Timeless, or Solid Citizens. Online, many of the people at www.bigbadbabynames.com like Classic names. The naming style most unlike yours is Kre8tyve. You probably think names like Jaysin and Mackeighli are horrible, and feel sorry for babies inflicted with those names, as they are doomed to years of explaining how their name is spelled. It's not likely you'll find many names to agree on with someone who has that naming style. Other categories with names you might like are: Biblical, Old-Fashioned, Princes and Princesses, Exotic Traditional.
Describes me to a tee. Especially the part about disliking names that are badly spelled. I also really dislike baby name quizzes that contain multiple misspellings!~ Violet Elizabeth Rose ~
FUTURE DAUGHTERS: AUDREY, BLYTHE, DAPHNE, PEARL, SYLVIE
FUTURE SONS: AUGUST, EDWARD, FREDERICK, HENRY, THEODORE
July 5th, 2013 09:51 PM #47
I also got Exotic Traditional. My favorite line from the description: "You probably think Tryndee names are the craptastic products of an inane hive mind."Current Favorites (in no particular order)
Girls: Susannah, Mahalia, Cassia, Tosca, Petra, Yael, Jerusha, Jewel, Rose, Dove, Kate, and Eve
Boys: Gideon, Gabriel, Rafael, Dominic, Benedict, Abraham, Desmond, Theodore, Tobias, Jonathan, Mordecai, and Sebastian
Guilty Pleasures: Aurelia, Cosima, Eowyn, Neytiri, Rukia / Remy, Gryffin, Sam, Eddard, and Judah
December 16th, 2015 04:23 AM #49Senior Member
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I got: Androgynous
I scored 47 popularity, 40 history, 42 creativity, and 59 texture
You like uncommon, fresh-sounding names that still aren't too weird and have a foot firmly on the ground. Using a boyish name for a girl, or a name that's been slipping into androgyny for a boy sounds a bit offbeat, but at least you're not making up a name, or mispelling it, you're just challenging gender rules. Other catagories with names you might like are: Exotic Traditional, Legendary, Youneek, Biblical The naming style most unlike yours is Princes and Princesses. You likely find these names to be too sweet, foofy and sparkly. It's not likely you'll find many names to agree on with somone who has that naming style.