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  1. #1
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    I have so many names, I'd like to get rid of some more. I have gotten rid of many already! WDYT? I don't plan on having children anytime soon, but still I have a lot! lol. I also have names down for middle names but didn't list those. I love nature, old fashioned, literature, movie, etc type names. * means they have meanings behind why I used/using them.

    Names:
    Andromeda Hayden James Hero Hunter Rowan Antigone Hedwig Harriet Rosemary Ramona Desdemona Petunia Secret Iris Paris Orion Audio Katniss Eleanor Gray Hyacinth Ptolemy Indiana Indigo Electra Noam Kingston Devon Benjamine Apple Arwen Barrett Narcissa Nausicaa Simba Friday Angelina Knox Elvira

    Special Meaning Names [For Me]
    Gatsby Belle Eglantine Emma Fern Lydia Patience Maude Mildred Wednesday Velvet Lavender Cairo Monday Berlioz Jupiter Hudson Bates Seven Michael Pharaoh Oz Nome Fagan Elliott Denver Boston Beckham Bates Dublin Stellaluna Theodosia Anne Americus Alchemy Amalthea Hyzenthlay Bebhinn Church Euphrates Faline Gage Knowledge Radley Sykes Artisan Pippilotta February Arriety


    Name Combos: I don't think there are any repeats?
    Alice Victoria *
    Scarlet Tintagel *
    Irish Peggotty *
    Judith Anne Marie *
    Claudia Morgause *
    Atticus Thethuthinnang *
    Fairuza Gail *
    Clover Nildrohain *
    Agnes Josephine *
    Nancy Ireland *
    Serendipity Brier *
    Georgiana Frances *
    Hermione Pearl *
    Perdita Twilight *
    Eowyn Hunter *
    Brier Rose Hawthrone *
    Harley Quinn Ivy *
    Veruca Charlotte *
    Violet Rosemary *
    Roosevelt Virginia *
    Thora Pompeii *
    Gotham Coraline *
    Pandora Alice *
    Haddon Meadow *
    Bianca London *
    Lois Lane *
    Dallas Lucy
    Damian Judith *
    Damon Cecilia
    Charlotte Elisabeth *
    River Jordan *
    Dorothy Gail *
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  2. #3
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    Well my favourite would be Pandora Alice, because that's also my my second favourite girl's name (Pandora Alice Winter).

    I'm just going to say straight off Damon, Atticus, Damian and Dallas are awful on a little girl, I was really confused when I first read those ones. Also, River Jordan is way too masculine as well and sounds like a boy. I'm not sure why you would call a little girl Lois Lane? The character from Spiderman.

    Violet Rosemary, Charlotte Elisabeth, Hermione Pearl, Georgiana Frances, Nancy Ireland, Agnes Josephine, Scarlett, Claudia and Alice Victoria are all beautiful.

    Some of the names are way too much, sorry.

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    I like:
    Rosemary, Katniss, Eleanor, Electra, Angelina.

    I do not like:
    Most of the names that are boys names:
    Hunter, Roosevelt, Hero, Kingston, Barrett, Simba, Knox, Orion, Berlioz, Jupiter, Hudson, Bates, Michael, Gatsby, Atticus, etc.
    Ones I really dislike:
    Damon - I don't understand why anyone would think of calling a girl Damon...
    James - I hate this on a girl, I think it's ridiculous that it's promoted for use on the nameberry posts actually.
    Benjamine - adding an e doesn't make it more feminine. Benjamin is not a girls name, it's for boys. There are enough boys names that are unisex, and now almost exclusively female.
    Also there are some that are just unflattering to the ear, Fagan for one. It's an awful choice, especially for a girl.
    If I heard of a girl named River Jordan, Eowyn Hunter, Atticus Thethuthinnang or Damon Cecilia, I'd think they're parents desperately wanted a boy.
    A lot of your names sound...silly to be honest. Harley Quinn Ivy? Batman fan, I get it, but are you aware of the horrible Harlequinn's disease? Fagan, and Sykes? Oliver and Company. Wednesday, Monday, and Friday?
    I can't take most of these ideas seriously, if I'm honest with you. I mean, Thethuthinnang? Lois Lane? Gotham?

    The only ones I like from your combos are:
    Pandora Alice, Alice Victoria, Georgiana Frances, Charlotte Elisabeth (LOVE), and Dorothy Gail.

    I'm really not trying to be rude, or mean, but these are so nms, for the most part.
    Laurel - 21 - Toronto





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    Names:
    Andromeda - Guilty pleasure of mine! But I would love to see it on a little girl!
    Hayden - I'm ok with this -den name, but I still think its super trendy.
    James - Classic boys names need to stay on the boy's side!
    Hero - I see teasing potential, especially if he isn't the most athletic, handsome, smartest, etc person around.
    Hunter - I personally like Hunter, but only for a guy.
    Rowan - Rory is so cute as a nickname! I like it!
    Antigone - This sounds like a medicine to me or some car product. I first thought of antifreeze.
    Hedwig - I think this is too Harry Potter. Stick with this only if its family significance.
    Harriet - I think it would be really refreshing to see a little Harriet running around. I think Hattie would be an adorable nickname too!
    Rosemary - Same as Harriet; I think this is a really elegant name.
    Ramona - Its ok, I just think of Ramona the Pest by Beverly Cleary.
    Desdemona - When I first looked at this name, I saw Demon. Sound-wise, its alright, but a bit too out there for me.
    Petunia - I don't see the appeal to this name, I don't find it attractive on paper and the sound is just not pleasant to me.
    Secret - Definitely not my style. Lots of teasing potential here.
    Iris - Pretty, but I wouldn't use it.
    Paris - Although I usually don't have a problem with place names, this one always bugged me.
    Orion - I'm neutral about this name for a boy, its masculine and strong, but I'm not a fan of names beginning with an "O". I would never consider it for a girl.
    Audio - No, no, no for a first name; nickname, ok. Maybe Audrey "Audio"?
    Katniss - Ahh, another guilty pleasure of mine, though I've gotten it on my list by Katherine "Katniss".
    Eleanor - I like the namesakes of this name, Eleanor Roosevelt was a strong and admirable woman.
    Gray - Maybe, just maybe on a guy, but I don't like it on a girl.
    Hyacinth - I don't find the sound attractive.
    Ptolemy - Interesting name, but I don't think it fits in today's world. I don't see a girl holding up to this name very well.
    Indiana - This name bounces from my guilty pleasure list to my official list and vice versa all the time for a girl. Such a wide variety of nicknames (my favorite is Indy). I love it!
    Indigo - I prefer Indiana out of the Indy names.
    Electra - I see this name fitting more in a futuristic novel than a little girl in the present.
    Noam - I don't like it. Maybe Nora?
    Kingston - This sounds masculine to me, and a bit over the top as well.
    Devon - I prefer the spelling Devyn, it's cute, but I don't think I would use it.
    Benjamine - I would stick with Benjamin for a guy.
    Apple - No, just no.
    Arwen - Stick with Rowan.
    Barrett - Maybe Bennet(t)? I don't like the sound of Barrett.
    Narcissa - I can see why people like this name, but I personally don't.
    Nausicaa - Is this pronounced the same as Narcissa? If it is, stick with Narcissa.
    Simba - Too Lion King. Not to mention that Simba was a boy. How about Nala or Kimya?
    Friday - Now, being in high school, I think of Rebecca Black's song. However, I'm pretty sure it will loose it's popularity in a few years. But as a name, I don't like it.
    Angelina - Pretty! I also like Angeline.
    Knox - I'd be okay with it for a guy.
    Elvira - I like how charming this name is. It's got the spunk of Stella and the sass of Lucy mixed together.

    Special Meaning Names [For Me]
    Gatsby - I personally think the best place for this name is the middle name for a guy.
    Belle - Pretty, but I personally think its needs a fuller name. Maybe Isabel(lle) or Anabelle?
    Eglantine - Not sure how to pronounce this, but I don't like the way it looks.
    Emma - Sweet and classic; I think of Jane Austen's novel.
    Fern - I'm glad to see this name here! I think of an absolutely adorable girl with this name.
    Lydia - I love the sound of Lydia! I just wish it wasn't so popular...
    Patience - Not the best virtue name I've heard. Maybe Solace or Temperance?
    Maude - I prefer Maeve in sound, style and how it looks on paper. I think of an old granny with the name Maude.
    Mildred - I don't understand the appeal of this name; it sounds like a cat's name to me.
    Wednesday - I'm not a fan of days of the week as names, and this one is no exception, even with Wednesday Addams.
    Velvet - Pet name to me, I personally prefer Violet or Viola.
    Lavender - Nice color, but I like the name Violet better.
    Cairo - I don't like it. I prefer Claire.
    Monday - Same with Wednesday and Friday, I don't like days of the week as names.
    Berlioz - I'm not quite sure how to pronounce this, but I'm not attracted to it's paper-appeal.
    Jupiter - If you're going to use a planet's name, I would go with Venus. There's the namesake of the tennis player, and a goddess.
    Hudson - Way to masculine for a girl.
    Bates - I just don't like it, boy or girl.
    Seven - Way too out there for me, I think with so many nice girl names out there, why saddle someone with a number?
    Michael - Strictly a boy's name! Michaela is much better.
    Pharaoh - Pet's name, I don't think this name would do well in real life.
    Oz - Maybe for a boy, definitely not for a girl.
    Nome - I don't like the sound or the look of this city name.
    Fagan - The word the first three letters make puts me off right away.
    Elliott - This is ok, but I would rather pick a name that's more feminine.
    Denver - Fine for a boy, this name is just not for a girl.
    Boston - Same as Denver.
    Beckham - Good for a boy, if you are a soccer fan, maybe Mia (for Mia Hamm) would be a good alternate?
    Dublin - This just unattractive to me, boy and girl.
    Stellaluna - Two names mashed together...they would make great sisters though!
    Theodosia - This is alright, but I honestly wouldn't use it.
    Anne - Nice classic name, I like it!
    Americus - This looks like a mash of America and Atticus. I don't think mashing a boy's name and a girl's name together is the best idea...
    Alchemy - I don't think this is very feminine or fitting in today's world.
    Amalthea - This sounds ok, but I'm sure people would have a difficult time saying it.
    Hyzenthlay - I don't know how to pronounce this one, but it looks made up to me.
    Bebhinn - Same as Hyzenthlay.
    Church - No, no, no! Not even for a boy! Maybe a name that means church or references the church in some way?
    Euphrates - I have no idea how to pronounce this, but I don't like how it looks typed out.
    Faline - For some reason, I want to say 'feline' when I see this. Maybe Falline with two 'l's?
    Gage - Way to masculine for a girl.
    Knowledge - I don't like this word name...what if she's not the smartest kid in her school?
    Radley - I prefer this for a boy.
    Sykes - Pet's name.
    Artisan - Maybe for a boy.
    Pippilotta - Looks made up to me. Pippa is ok, or Philippa "Pippa" is nice.
    February - I'm not a big fan of month names for first names.


    Name Combos: I don't think there are any repeats?
    Alice Victoria * - I like this! Both classic names that sound great together!
    Scarlet Tintagel *- Scarlet is nice, but I don't like Tintagel.
    Irish Peggotty * - Don't like either name.
    Judith Anne Marie * - A bit old fashioned, but who said that's a bad thing?
    Claudia Morgause *- I think Claudia Morgan flows better.
    Atticus Thethuthinnang * - For a girl? No, no, no! I'm not going to attempt the middle name; it makes my eyes hurt to look at it.
    Fairuza Gail * - How about Farrah Gail? That has a nice antique charm to it.
    Clover Nildrohain *- Clover is cute, I don't like Nildrohain.
    Agnes Josephine * - There's nothing wrong with Agnes, I just don't like it. Josephine is nice though.
    Nancy Ireland * - I actually like Ireland better than Nancy.
    Serendipity Brier * - Don't like either names.
    Georgiana Frances * - This has that charming southern, old fashion charm I like.
    Hermione Pearl * - I don't like either names.
    Perdita Twilight * - I don't like Perdita, and Twilight? Just...no.
    Eowyn Hunter * - When I look at this, I see a boy's name. Even then, I think Evan is better than Eowyn, and Evangeline or Evanna are good female alternatives.
    Brier Rose Hawthorne * - Brier Rose is too Sleeping Beauty, and I'm surprised at myself- I'm okay with Hawthorne. Briar Hawthorne or Rose Hawthorne?
    Harley Quinn Ivy * - Ivy Quinn is cute, but I don't like Harley.
    Veruca Charlotte * - Veruca is a nasty girl in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; not the best namesake. Charlotte is nice though.
    Violet Rosemary * - Pretty! I like it!
    Roosevelt Virginia * - Eleanor Roosevelt was a great lady, why not use her first name instead? Eleanor Virginia is great!
    Thora Pompeii * - Thora? Alright. Pompeii is that city buried in ashes; not the best reference.
    Gotham Coraline * - Goth in a name? No. Coraline is alright.
    Pandora Alice * - Not a fan of Pandora, but I love Alice!
    Haddon Meadow * - Haddon is more masculine to me. Meadow is okay in the middle position.
    Bianca London * - Nice flow, but neither of the names appeal to me a lot.
    Lois Lane * - I don't like Lois, and I prefer Lane spelled as Layne.
    Dallas Lucy - Cowgirl all the way! I like it!
    Damian Judith * - Damian is a boy's name that shouldn't cross over to the girl's side. Judith is old fashioned, but there's nothing wrong with it.
    Damon Cecilia - Same as Damian; but Cecilia is wonderful!
    Charlotte Elisabeth * - I prefer Elisabeth spelled Elizabeth, but overall, nice name.
    River Jordan * - I don't like either names.
    Dorothy Gail * - Southern charm again! I think this is a sweet name.
    ~inside this teenberry's mind ~
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    Vote on combo possibilities (updated 4/5/14)
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    Slowly reconstructing
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    ♀ ~ Adair ~ Cassia ~ Cecilia ~ Cordelia ~ Ivy ~ Kestrel ~ Lyra ~ Mary ~ Petra ~ Shira ~

    ♂ ~ Benjamin ~ Caspian ~ Finnian ~ Jack ~ Julian ~ Levi ~ Nathaniel ~ Ronan ~ Tristan ~

    ☺ ~ Cassia Jane ~ Cordelia Alice ~ Ivy Seraphina ~ Lyra Genevieve ~ Mary Valentina ~ Shira Beatrix ~
    ~ Jack Peregrine ~ Julian Hawthorne ~ Ronan Wilder ~


    Considering: ~ Finnegan ~ Lux ~

  5. #9
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    I'm not offended, Fagan is not for Oliver & Company though, it's from a movie called Last Sin Eater. Yes, I know of the Harlequin disease, while it's a very sad condition it doesn't turn me off of the name a lot of names are names of medical conditions.

    I'm actually shocked a few people like Dorothy Gail together....

    Quote Originally Posted by east93 View Post
    I like:
    Rosemary, Katniss, Eleanor, Electra, Angelina.

    I do not like:
    Most of the names that are boys names:
    Hunter, Roosevelt, Hero, Kingston, Barrett, Simba, Knox, Orion, Berlioz, Jupiter, Hudson, Bates, Michael, Gatsby, Atticus, etc.
    Ones I really dislike:
    Damon - I don't understand why anyone would think of calling a girl Damon...
    James - I hate this on a girl, I think it's ridiculous that it's promoted for use on the nameberry posts actually.
    Benjamine - adding an e doesn't make it more feminine. Benjamin is not a girls name, it's for boys. There are enough boys names that are unisex, and now almost exclusively female.
    Also there are some that are just unflattering to the ear, Fagan for one. It's an awful choice, especially for a girl.
    If I heard of a girl named River Jordan, Eowyn Hunter, Atticus Thethuthinnang or Damon Cecilia, I'd think they're parents desperately wanted a boy.
    A lot of your names sound...silly to be honest. Harley Quinn Ivy? Batman fan, I get it, but are you aware of the horrible Harlequinn's disease? Fagan, and Sykes? Oliver and Company. Wednesday, Monday, and Friday?
    I can't take most of these ideas seriously, if I'm honest with you. I mean, Thethuthinnang? Lois Lane? Gotham?

    The only ones I like from your combos are:
    Pandora Alice, Alice Victoria, Georgiana Frances, Charlotte Elisabeth (LOVE), and Dorothy Gail.

    I'm really not trying to be rude, or mean, but these are so nms, for the most part.
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