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February 24th, 2012 10:47 PM #91Member
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February 25th, 2012 12:36 AM #93
-Boden, Bodie, Beau, anything related to that. Just can't stand the "bo" sound.
-Rogue. I've seen this pop up on here a few times now. It's NOT A NAME. It's a type of character I can play on WoW. I could never take this name seriously.
-Tallulah. Speaking of taking names seriously, I can't with this one either.
-Paisley. It's a pattern. Not a name.
-Jasper and Dexter. I don't get the appeal of these names. I think they sound ugly.
-Elle. It's just so.. blah. Boring. It's just like saying the letter L.
-Most other Elle/Ella names. Especially ones that are typical names with it added on like Graciella. I'm just so over all the little Elles, Ellas and Bellas running around. I get it, you named her Arabella and you're going to call her Bella. How creative!
-Nevaeh. It isn't even pronounced the way I'd say it with that spelling. I'd pronounce it nuh-vah-eh. I really like people that misspell it because it seems that they lost the "point" of the name.
ETA: Thought of more
-Boy's names on girls. Elliott, Logan, Hayden, Devin, Noah, Riley, names like that. Also adding a y to make it "feminine". I've seen Kevyn, Aidyn, Landyn, Devyn, Camryn, Masyn and others like that on people's lists (not here I don't think). OH and the only "-son" name I can stand on girls is Allison. I don't know why I make that exception but I do.
-Evangeline. I really don't like the sound of it.
-Clementine. I can't explain how much this name bugs me or why it bugs me as much as it does, lol. Maybe it's that song?
Sorry, I know some of that was pretty snarky. I just had to get that off my chest lol. No offense meant to anyone that used those names or likes those names. I just don't understand them at all!
Last edited by jennipea382; February 25th, 2012 at 12:43 AM.
February 25th, 2012 06:11 AM #95Senior Member
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I got reminded of another name I don't understand the obsession with yesterday: Brianna. Bree just reminds me of the cheese, and Brianna/Briella/etc all just sound made up to me. Well, I get Briella can be a short form of Gabriella, but it just sounds so ugly. Arianna, too, sounds made up. And Elianna. I like Anna, I even like some names that end in -anna. Just not those ones.
February 25th, 2012 03:04 PM #97Member
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February 25th, 2012 03:09 PM #99Elliot ~ Arlo ~ Silas ~ Deacon ~ Henry ~ Flynn ~ Adam ~ Samuel ~ Malachy ~ Jasper
Evangeline ~ Sophie~ Bryn ~ Maeve ~ Rosalee ~ Willow ~ Phoebe ~ Persephone ~ Daphne ~ Coraline
February 25th, 2012 04:58 PM #101
I thought of another one. Jessamine. I don't get the appeal of it at all. It sounds so ugly to me. But I did also know someone with a similar name (the first two syllables, change out the J for a Ch) and.. I have nothing nice to say about her so I'll just stop there. So maybe that association doesn't help, but either way I think it's hideous. Sorry to those that like this name, there are quite a few around here...
February 25th, 2012 05:19 PM #103Senior Member
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February 25th, 2012 05:35 PM #10516-year-old, not-so-average teenage boy with an obsession for baby names and animals. That's me!
My Favorite Names~
Girls: Ailsa, Astrid, Athena, Coraima, Courtenay, Darcy, Kassia, Kimarie, Lisandra, Maryelle, Misty, Promise, Roisin, Saba, Season, Shaylene, Sky, Thalia, Zooey
Boys: Alexander, Bjorn, Blair, Erik, Fable, Isaac, Kasey, Lane, Mika, Rafferty, Riley, River, Sage, Shane, Shea, Shepherd, Slade, Stone, Thatcher, Tybalt, Zane
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February 26th, 2012 01:06 AM #107
Ack. I appear to be alone in loving Penelope. My husband fought hard for it a couple of years ago when we were naming our daughter and, if #3 happens to be a girl, I know it will be at the top of the list.
BUT, names I can get behind hating:
Matilda. "ugly chic" or just ugly. I think it's so clunky and uncomfortable to say.
Clementine - cloyingly sweet and yet so awkward
Kaelyn, Braelyn, Shaelyn, etc - the staff list at the dollar store
Poppy - Just stupid
Rogue - See "Poppy"
Flora - one of the grandma names that just doesn't modernize for me
Matthew - never want to see another baby boy named this again
Jayden - for either gender
Dominick - ugly and greasy sounding
Dante - just brings to mind small, ill-behaved boys with euro-trash mullets
Matteo - see Dante
Gianluca - see Dante
Cooper, Parker, Cody, Bentley - names that are better saved for the dogs
Brooklyn - ugh
Alessandra, Julianna, Vittoria, et al - trying so hard to be elegant, and yet sounding fussy and self-important insteadMom to Luke Edwin and Virginia Noemi
Adam, Eli, Henry, Levi, Leo, Miles, Milo, Nigel, Owen, Quincy, Sidney, Tristan, Stellan, Wyatt
Estella, Magnolia, Sadie, Evangeline, Annabel, Josephine
February 26th, 2012 11:30 AM #109
Drusilla. Why? It's literally the name of an ugly sister.
There aren't many names I hate but I'm not a fan of surnames for first names e.g.:
McKenna (this is the son of Kenna, who was a man. And if you're not Scottish or Irish, puh-leeeaaase!)
although some of these sound lovely and I wish I didn't know a Mrs Harrison or a Mr Reed.
Of course there are also names I dislike because they have belonged to mean or stupid people throughout my life:
Oh and there are the names that should belong only to babies that never grow up:
you get the point...
Apparently there ARE many names I dislike!!!Mama to the awesome Milo Edward.