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Thread: Aiden + Jaden??
April 3rd, 2012 05:49 PM #6Senior Member
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I do find the contrast between classic Elizabeth and popular, super trendy, masculine Jaden rather jarring. Elizabeth is gorgeous and very non-teasable. The pp's had some good nicknames; I personally know Elizabeths who go by their full names, Liza, and Lyz. Birdie and Bess are cute nicknames, too. I think that Dylan and Elizabeth/Liza/Ellie/Beth, etc. sound amazing together!
Matching middles are sweet, but I find it a little over-the-top when they rhyme completely. I think that starting with the same sound would be cute: Dylan Aiden and Elizabeth Adeline/Adalyn, Elizabeth Ada, Elizabeth Addison, or Elizabeth Adrienne. R_J's idea about matching endings could work, too: you could even try for a -den ending, like Camden, Linden, or Eden (Elizabeth Eden is beautiful!). If you're really set on an -aden/-ayden name, just start at the top of the alphabet and go down the line... There really aren't that many girl -aden names, though. Except for Leighton (sounds close) and Payden, I think it's a boy name trend.
April 3rd, 2012 06:13 PM #8
Hi and welcome to nameberry. We nameberries will do our best to find the best name for your baby. Please let us know if any of the combos appeal to you.
Dylan Aidan is a Gaelic/Welsh name so I would veer away from anything trendy which will not stand the test of time so I would deter you from using the common ayden names such as the ones you have listed.
If you want to name your baby Elizabeth then these middles may suit you they all have the 'ay' sound in them
Eva Elizabeth I love this one!
Elizabeth Leila (pronounced as Layla)
Chloe Abigail Gorgeous!
Chloe Haven (Haven is a trendy name that will probably go out of style quickly)
Elizabeth Caitlin (honestly though Caitlin has been done to death is becoming dated so this isn't a first choice in my opinion)
Tahlia Elizabeth (tah lee ah)
Amelia Elizabeth nn of Mia
Eliza Jane! Lovely
Elizabeth Peyton (not a fan of Peyton)
Elizabeth Maeve or Maeve Elizabeth and Dylan and Maeve would be perfect together!
PS You cannot go wrong with Elizabeth or any of its derivatives eg Eliza, Elise, Elodie, Ellen, Beth, Bethany, Liza
Last edited by rollo; April 3rd, 2012 at 10:40 PM.Proud Aussie
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April 4th, 2012 03:54 AM #14Senior Member
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