The Best Sibset You Know

It’s one of our longest-running forums, at 200+ pages and counting: Name a sibset you know.

On the forums it’s a game where one person names a sibset they know and the next person takes one of the names from that sibset and uses it in a different sibset they know.  Go ahead and play it, it’s fun.

So for this question of the week, we’re going to spin the challenge a bit differently and ask, What’s the best sibset — as in group of sibling names — you know?

No personal identifying details, please.  These can be your own children or you plus your brothers and sisters, they can be a family from a hundred years ago or a group of siblings you knew growing up or a young contemporary sibset.

The one absolute is that they have to be real: No sibsets, no matter how wonderful, from books or movies.

Bonus points if you tell us why you think the sibset is so great.

And did you know that April 10th is National Sibling Day?

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jenmcel Says:

April 9th, 2013 at 11:31 pm

“Kitty, Daisy and Lewis” are both siblings and band members. Great names and fantastic name for a band!
Also know two families of 4 girls (all in their 20s – parents were well ahead of the curve!) called:
Caitlin, Amelia, Imogen and Elle
Zoe, Molly, Lydia and Georgina.

rachelmarie Says:

April 9th, 2013 at 11:34 pm

One that I love is Ani (girl) and Rowan (boy).

And Ani is short for Anicet which is a name I had never heard before but fell in love with. Something about those names together is so unbelievably perfect to me. They’re both spunky names that reflect their personalities very well, and I just love them together.

diana2261 Says:

April 9th, 2013 at 11:37 pm

My cousin’s kids are a very well-matched set style-wise: Owen, Bryce, Reid, and Trent. They’ve got a new sibling due in a few months — if it’s another boy, I wonder if they’ll go with the one-syllable surname-style again?

Also met siblings a few years ago named George, Xanthe, Quinn (boy) and Carys. The mom’s rationale was that the boys’ names are distinctive in one way and the girls’ names are distinctive in another — that way, the same-gender siblings match style-wise. 🙂

Liddyhop Says:

April 9th, 2013 at 11:39 pm

My cousins: Isis, Idell@ and Imiy@s

dizzygirl Says:

April 9th, 2013 at 11:41 pm

I work with kids and I know several great sibsets right now…

Eliza, Avery, Mia & Emmy
Juliet, Dillon(g), Crew
Asia & Sadie
Isabella, Liam, Kathryn
Kate, Sofie, Wyatt

ScarlettSensibility Says:

April 9th, 2013 at 11:46 pm

My favorite sibsets I know personally are:

Talia, Daniel, Rachel, and Maya

Louise and Susannah / Whittaker (twins)

Aurelio, Sergio, Filipe, Henrique, and Catalina

Leonor, Beatriz, and Iker

Three sets that I don’t know personally come from royalty and the movies. I thought Prince Philip’s parents did a nice job with their four girls and a boy, as did his relatives Tsar Nicholas and Alexandra. The last set is from the cast list of the new Anna Karenina movie; these kids played some of the title character’s nieces and nephews:

Princesses Sophie, Cecilie, Margarita, Theodora, and Prince Philip

Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia

Theo, Cecily, Beatrice, and Octavia Morrissey

JH Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:01 am

Jack and Caroline; Isabelle, Natalie, and Abigail; Charlotte and Madeline…(from 3 separate families). All these names are classic and fit so well together.

karianne Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:04 am

My sons are Elijah, Quentin, Shade, Gunnar, and I think the newest one will be Oslo.

bibliophile Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:05 am

Some interesting ones I know:
Sydney & Greer (both girls)
Natalie & Remy (girl/boy)
Iuliana nn Dewey & Marius
Sofia & Nicolas
Ariana, Madeleine & Olivia
Parvin & Giv (girl/boy)
Michaela & Danielle
Isa & Gabriel
Sydney & Benji
Taite & Paige (both girls)
Miriam & Yael (both girls)

AnuthriumInvidia Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:17 am

Sophie, Declan and Luca
Margaret and Philip (my niece and nephew)
Legend, Justis (boy)and Jentri(girl)
Llewellyn (girl), Lorelei and Lyla
Dartanian, Dario, Destry, Tansy, Montanaela, Mashandra
Irish, German, Tuscan, Dutch, Tulip (these are Montanaela’s children)

NellieDellie Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:29 am

Jack, Meg and Hugh. They each have two awesome middle names as well, but I won’t share them for privacy. I love how they are each vintage and relaxed, and work well together.

evergreen Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:46 am

My cousins children, Tasman, Oscar and twins Ruby & Celeste.

Not quite a sibset but my good friend is a woman named Carlysle and her son is Malachai. I adore their names.

Divine1 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 1:17 am

Darrius, Tiyana, & Shania
Briley (b), Shania, & Tristan (b)
Raven & Richard
Leondrea, Tasheena, Zaniyah & Tamiyah (twins)
Albert & Cathy
Olivia & William
Selah, Elspeth , & can’t rememeber 3rd girl
🙁
Danielle & Dominique (g)
Hania, Blaize (b), and Nadia
Courtney, Myisha (don’t really fit but…), Britney, Tiffany
Bronson (b) & Paris
Armando, Carlos, & Raul

dresdendoll Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 1:35 am

Pixie (g), Ripley (g), and Barron (b)
Dream (g), Whisper (g), Sky (b), and Meadow (g)
Field (b) and Springer (b)
Chancellor (b) and Diesel (b)
Indio (b) and Exton (b)
Bradford (b), Ryo (b), and Falcon (b)
Keagan (b), Darran (b), and Ryan (b)
Maxwell (b) and Jackson (b)
Warner (g) and Sutton (g)
Scotland (b) and Holland (b)
Jayan (b) and Mason (b)
Benjamin (b), Curtis (b), and Kit (g)
Tristina (g), Heidi (g), and Eric (b)
Wolfgang (b), Bellamy (g), Tallulah (g), Breaker (b), Five (b), Holleder (b), and Major (b)
Sunday (g) and Faith (g)
Zane (b) and Zoe (g)
Logan (b) and Ryder (b)
Jaelin (g), McKenna (g), Bridger (b), and Brecken (b)
Dana (b), Ira (b), Evan (g), and Aden (g)
Kristney (g), Bethany (g), and Trinity (g)
Kalen (b), Nakoda (b), and Colton (b)
Halston (g), Colt (b), Hadley (g), Charleston (g), and Camden (g)
Philip (b) and Lacy (g)
Jethro (b), Harlee (g), and Hudson (b)

egilona Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 1:39 am

My great-grandma’s sibset: Selma Josephine, Olga Miriam, Ester Vivian, Amy Lillian, & Leora Columbia

Some real-life sibsets I know:

Atticus & Seamus
Lars & Soren
Bridget, Maura, Eleanor “Ellie,” & Robert
Madeline & Hugh
Stellaluna Milagro & Paloma Paz
Alexandre, Aurelie, + twins Charlotte & Sebastien
Galen, Sophia “Sophie,” + twins Aidan & Thea
Andrew, Skyler (b), Kale, Brodie (b), Peyton (g)
Adelina, Athena, & Alaric
Marina & Clementine

Sjwatson Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 1:44 am

Lola and May
Ruby and Lola
Matilda, Finn and Banjo
Ruby and Olive
Beatrix, Matilda and Arlo
Eva and Iris
Billy, Thomas, Ben and Ava

MissusAytch Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 2:01 am

My good friend has four kids: Enoch, a boy. Eiffel, a girl. Eddie, a girl. And Eunit.as, a boy.

I also know a couple with kids called Felicity, Lucy, Cecilia, and Cyp.rian.

Sunshine Kid Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 4:00 am

The only one I can think is Genevieve and Charlotte (they were born in the mid-90s)

Missmolly Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 6:07 am

My son went to school with Ivy and Jasper.

MaryChez Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 6:21 am

Mungo, Matilda and Emilia
Merlin and Lancelot
Chiara and Ines
Luna and Kea
Xanthe and Syrie
Elizabeth, Matilda and Rosalind (Lizzie, Tilly and Rosie)
Kalliope (g) and Pandias (b)
Miranda and Adelaide
Rigo, Adelaide, Octavia and Hugo

karateleshi80 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 6:39 am

Sienna and Ethan
William and Marc
Aeris and Scarlet
Sophira and Avaleigh Beth (due in June!)
Aaron, Jason, Sylvia and Pauline
Jennifer, Michelle, Alicia and Brendon
Luke (Airlie if he was a girl) and Carly
Eliza and Jessica
Christopher, Adrian, David and Nathan
Laura and Natalie

hclisby Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 6:43 am

Lola, Lottie and Edie
Love this sibset because it so vintage, pretty and uncommon!

If another girl name was to be added it would be Willa and for a boy Van

niandra1 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 7:01 am

My kids:Lilianna,Idalia and Leonard,we usually call them Lila,Ida(Ee-da)and Leo.

HerMajesty Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 7:26 am

One that I know is:
Delilah Beth(Lila Beth)
Irinia Rae(Rina)
James Lee(Jamie Lee)
Jayna Belle(Jayne)
Ophelia Rose(Rose)

I love it because all of the kids names go together, but are still very different. They all also have nicknames, and while their middles are filler, their firsts make up for it.

larkub101 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 7:59 am

I know a Matthew, Alexandra, Jessica, and William. I think they all go together very well since they are classics.

paw Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 8:18 am

From the family tree:

Betty, Jane, Mary, and Martha
Robert, William, Lila, Fredrick, and Anna Ambrose, Genevieve, Joseph, Caroline, Katherine, Frederick, and Francis

Danielle, Francesca, and Benjamin
Reagan, Ryan, Reece
Corina and Michaela

araminta Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 8:24 am

Hugo & Pearl
Octavia, Adelaide & Eugenie
Imogen, Harriet & Annabel
Maisie, Jack & Charlotte
Eloise, Clementine & Genevieve

juicyorange Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 8:32 am

My granny and her siblings had lovely names – Hugh, Murdo, Jeanie May and Norah

namesage Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 8:46 am

An ex-coworker of mine has Matilda, Talulah, and Esme. Always thought that was pretty great.

namesage Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 8:57 am

Another ex-coworker has toddlers Van and Ward.

Haili73 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:00 am

The other students who take piano lessons from my teacher come in really great sibsets:
Aletheia and Isaiah
Ava and Jude
Kaatje and Greta

and then there’s this family:
Avé, Xavier, Raphael, Jacinta, Lucia, Gabrielle, Michael, Annuncia…not to mention all the little kids whose names I don’t remember…

elrock13 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:14 am

Ian, Grady, Kirby, & Otto
Aedan, Eli, & Jo Isaac
Kaitlin, Claire, & Eliza
Elise & Aubrey

MaraTaylor Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:16 am

I’m one of 8 🙂 We’re not all fully related though but I consider myself having 8 siblings. Sadly I don’t know all their middle names because I don’t see them all.
(I put symbols in so the names aren’t searchable)
In order of oldest to youngest

R0bert Dylan

Jennifer R3nee

Kenneth (Kenny)

Meredith Iren3 Skyy

Starlee

Dana

John

🙂

dresdendoll Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:24 am

Von (b) and Skyla (g)

tabitha Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:46 am

Kipling & Rigby

slave bracelets Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:49 am

My cousin has an Aspen (boy), Altair (girl) and Caspian (boy)

My friend has Beatrix & Matilda (very interested to see a Beatrix, Matilda & Arlo listed above as Arlo was on their short list for boys!)

Another friend with Polly and Esther, I love both those names

UselessKitty Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 10:43 am

I don’t know very many good sibsets. People here have terrible taste in names. The best one I can think of are two boys:
Sawyer and Hudson

A little trendy, but I like it a lot.

BerryBry Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 11:14 am

Celste, Robin and Freya. Super sporty, popular sisters all at my school (okay so Robin, the eldest, has left but she was once head-girl)

103monkeys Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 11:30 am

Ophelia & Imogen

Jenny, Jeff, Jason & Julie (I love alliteration!)

alp Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 11:32 am

My grandmother was one of six kids and I’ve always been fascinated by their names:

Curtis Alene (g – went by Lene)
Jesse Pauline (g – went by Paul)
Gracie Polly (Polly)
Maggie Eudean (Eudean)
Georgia Betty (Betty)
Delbert (b)

We always joked that my great-grandfather only had boy names picked out for his first two kids and didn’t want to waste them, then made up for it with girly names for the younger ones. I’ve hard stories of the older girls taking advantage of their “boy” names in the 1930s and 1940s!

cannebella Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 11:50 am

I know brothers called Parker and Roscoe which I think isa lovely sib-set. I have alway thought that Jasper and Pheobe would be lovely together. I think me and my sisters names a quite a nice sib-set as we all have Irish names, Eilish, Kerry and Caitlin.

katekadleck Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 11:59 am

Beckett, Matteo, & Nicolas
Annabel, Eliana, & Amelia
Charlotte & Alexandra

kat77 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:00 pm

When I was growing up…
Lark, Lane, Laurel (girls) and Lawrence
Julia, Geoffrey and Elizabeth
Jack, Rudd and Rose- I think these nicknames, which they always go by, fit together well

peach25 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:11 pm

My grandmother and her sisters were classic: Georgia, Lily, and Irene
Contemporary classic: Jackson and Caroline
Young cousins:Maggie,Cayden,Lila

Jenna5128 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:34 pm

Even though I don’t care for my own name, I think my mum did a nice job with my sister and me: Bridget & Brenna.

My godson is Layne and his little brother is Kier, which I think are perfect.

A woman I went to university with has Everett & Ivy, which I think are a perfect pair as well.

Jenna5128 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:35 pm

I should add that my great grandmother’s sibset was…something.

Ida, Eva, Nelda, Elmer and…Florence, my grandmother. I wish I could ask her mother what was with the departure on Florence.

florie33 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 12:57 pm

My aunts and uncles born in the 60’s and 70’s have some great named sibsets. They sound classic to me. Barbara, Deborah, Julia, John, and James.

Some of the kids are Flora, Cecilia, Jessica, Laura, Michael and Daniel.

The babies seem to have much cuter names. They are Sophie, Ellie, Delaney, and Harley, and Wyatt.

tori101 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 1:02 pm

Hmm…
These are some of the great sibling sets I know:
Rosalind & Charlotte
Kai & Imogen
Isabel Louise & Eleanor Jane (twins)
Aria, Joseph, Levi & Isabella
Luca & Jacoby

xxx

purplekitty5773 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 1:05 pm

My maternal grandmothers siblings names are Naomi, Catherine, Elizabeth,& Wendolyn and her name is Martini. I love their sibset.

gmom2006 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 1:19 pm

My friends call my girls the Bronte sisters 🙂 They are:
Elizabeth
Charlotte
Matilda

ilovenames89 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 1:23 pm

Jason,Jessica,& Jordan
Finley,Lachlan, & Delainey
Jon,Mary,Ann, & David
Andrew,David & Jessica
Maia, & Briana
Ashton(g),Timothy,Noah,Luke & Abigail
Scott,Sarah & Sharon
Jeffrey,Joe,James
James,Jeffrey,Jeanna,Jon,& Joel
Megan & Jennifer
Taylor(g) & Oliver
Morgan & Justin
Donovan & Alexis

inkonherfingers Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 2:11 pm

Peter, Elsie, Tess, Clara, and Joseph
Anna (pronounced Ana), Julia, Doran (b), & Auguste
Ellen, Elisabeth, Christian, Peter, Thomas, Anne, Catherine, & Gwendolyn
Marta, Annica, & Elsa

arreisenlaluz9 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 2:23 pm

I work at a Photography Studio (processing paper work and customer service) so I get to see a lot of family names. It is so much fun! But the best one I’ve come across in my time here was:
Coralie, Everett, Graham and Vivienne.

livia Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 3:00 pm

A friend of mine is Eva and her brother is Finlay, and they’re usually called Evie and Finn. Another friend is Niamh and has a brother named Archie. I always thought those two were pretty cute.

My cousins are Edward and Felicity.

My mum also knows a few and one I can remember right now is two sisters aged around six and four named Freya and Amelie.

Lizzard21 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 3:11 pm

Caitlin and Kinsey
Vivian, Fiona, and Adam
Kayla, Olivia, and Zachary(Zach)
Kellie and Ryan
Maddy and Malea
Grace and Grant
Josh and James
Addison, Avery and Anistyn

N3011 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 3:24 pm

Chantel , Calista , Daniel , Eric
My siblings and I
My mom did a good job I’d say

BlueJ Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 3:42 pm

I know a family with four boys, named:

Brett, Miles, Drew, and Cole

It’s one of the coolest sets for boys. They’re all short, to the point, and as bad boy as it gets.

And this set is probably my all time favorite, belonging to my little nieces and nephew. I love it because of the Irish flair they’ve infused in each of the names.

Cillian, Aisling, and Siobhan

The names are pronounced Kill-ee-an, Ash-ling, and Shi-vawn

Aurra Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 3:47 pm

The best sibset I know is Evelyn and Olivia and Grace and Ellen- both are twin sets from the same family (yes, really, they had two sets of G/G twins- all redheads). I do think Evelyn and Ellen are a bit close, but they have a classic sense of style.

I sadly don’t know many great sibsets. My cousins are Aaron, Isaac and Seth- all Biblical names. I know a William and Elizabeth, who go by Will and Liz, which is classic but not stand out. But often the siblings have unrelated names or just run of the mill common names.

My brother and I have names that seem totally different to the average observer. I’m Reine, the girl with a name that isn’t really a name, a name so unique it has only been given to about sixty to seventy girls since 1880 in the US. And then comes Mitchell, a name without any pronunciation difficulties and has never dipped below 500. Both are family surnames, but other than that it looks like we’re from two different families name-wise.

Tressa Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 4:11 pm

Liam (13) Bridget (11) Molly (7) and Norah (4)

Gwynneth (14) Gillian (12) Bridget (11) and William (11)

TwinLove Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 4:18 pm

Sebastian, Julian, & Isabella

lucy101 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 4:36 pm

Jack and Alice is adorable 🙂
And my bestfriend is named Robert (but he goes by Mac because his middle name is Mackenzie), and he has siblings Damian, Alexis and Luca 🙂

peacelovepurple Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 4:39 pm

Well, I have to say I really like my brother’s and my name together! Sorry for not being very original. My name is Abigail, and his name is Eli. I just think the names match really well. 🙂

Abigail and Eli

StaceyJaneMarie Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 4:39 pm

My grandmother and her siblings: Elizabeth, Genevieve and Franklin.

bounceparty Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 4:40 pm

I know twin girls named Naomi and Fiona which is think is such a great combo. It’s unexpected but it works somehow.

I also know a brother and sister pair named Ines and Sebastian.

hjteni Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 5:22 pm

My siblings and I are Hannah, Rachel, Emily, and Brian. I have always thought that they sounded good together. 🙂

auroradawn Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 5:35 pm

I just met a swoon-worthy sibset the other week–three little boys probably aged three and under, with the most beautiful black curls:

Josiah, Dante and Lorenzo.

Josiah is kinda the odd man out since the other two are more uncommon and both Italian, but I think he holds his own since each name is strong yet different. Josiah and Lorenzo share an O; Dante and Lorenzo share an N. I thought the three names complemented each other incredibly well.

name-obsession Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 6:00 pm

My “nieces” and “nephews”- Soleil, Elodie, Leo and Julien.
Others I think are lovely…
Samantha, Caleb and Meredith
James, Norman, Florence, Helen and Patricia (my grandmother and her siblings)

And today I stumbled across the names of Roald Dahl’s children… Beautiful! Tessa, Ophelia, Theo, Lucy and Olivia

Etruria Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 6:28 pm

My kids:
Jack Tiberius
Ford Augustus
Duke Aurelius
Charlotte Lavinia

HerMajesty Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 6:33 pm

Also my great grandma and her siblings:
Violet Hazel(my granny)
Elberta Zoe(ZOH)
Miriam Ramona Faye
Brooklyn Eugene(boy)
Carroll Hector(boy)
Bonnie Theodora Jane

-I like how well they go together. They fit perfectly

EmilyJean Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 7:00 pm

Eli.as and Elo.ra

Top.per, Tay.lor, Tuck.er, Tate and Mur.phy (g)

Megan, Mallory, Madison, Maria and George

emmeandelise Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 7:06 pm

My MIL who is hard to make nice with actually has complimented me on me and my partner’s name choices for our kids:

Arthur, Wren, Beatrix & Gus

We like it because it has a trendy but classical feel with just the right amount of magic!

Some cool ones I’ve heard:

Fletcher, Felix & Florence

Jude& Vesper

Rowan & Brinley

Julian, Milla, Birdie & Sailor

Venezia Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 7:33 pm

I love the names in our family;

Henry, Edward & Imogen

laurann Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 8:16 pm

Max, Gus and Finn … best part of the sibset, besides how well they sound together, is that the mother was ahead of her time popularity-wise! Max is now 10, Gus is 8 and Finn is 5.

bonfireazalea Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:28 pm

I had a teacher whose sons are Carston and Barrett (after Elizabeth Barrett Browning). And not quite a sibset but I know a Diana with a sister Ramona (they have 3 other sisters whose names I don’t know).

ScarlettSensibility, I also love looking at royal sibsets! Especially with their many middle names. My favourite is Queen Victoria’s children: http://www.chiddingstone.kent.sch.uk/homework/victorians/victoriaschildren.html

MamaBear25 Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:41 pm

Michelle, Daniel, Stephen, Esther, Jonathan, and Christopher (none of them go by nicknames, surprisingly)

Broderick “Brody”, twins Veronica and Georgia

Nora and Charlotte

twins Eleanor and Charlotte

twins Adeline and Elodie “Addie and Ellie”

Charlotte and Sophie

Georgia and Lily

Chandler and Leo

Alexander and Abigail “Alex and Abby”

SuzanneKN Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 9:53 pm

Annabelle, Hamish, Scarlett, Christine (Cece), and Drew (girl) … Cece and Drew are twins

magicpotato Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 10:42 pm

Best friend’s babies, Evelyn and Edmond (Evie and Eddie)

Sis Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 10:54 pm

My current favourite sibset belongs to sisters Bridget and Daphne. I absolutely love both of these names, and they’re perfect together.

imogeneve Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 11:14 pm

Both these sibsets are a bit cutesy, but they’ve always stuck in my mind

Jamie Oliver’s children
Buddy
Daisy
Petal
Poppy

And Aussie chef Bill Granger’s girls
Edie
Ines
Bunny

AmelieAmour Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 11:41 pm

Isaiah, Aislynn (pronounced Ace-lynn) & Chanson (b)
Eric, Eryn (g) and Eve
Sydney (g) and Cooper (g)
Anthony and Louise (Tony & Lulu)
Hayley and Hannah
Christy and Kevin
John and Bailey
Christopher and Kimberly
Annetta and Giuliana
Renee and Jackson (my brother and I)
Arabella and Alianna

ruolan Says:

April 10th, 2013 at 11:47 pm

@tori101 I love Luca and Jacoby. I think that has to be my favorite sibset of this whole thread!

Best step-sibling-set I know:
Ashlend, Corbin, and Sawyer

In my family tree:
Rosemary, Elizabeth, Carolyn, Jacob, Harold, and James
I love my great-grandma’s distinguished taste in names!

Kids I know:
Zep.der, Nimai, Pe@rl, B1ossom, Pr1me, Sk.ye, and G.em
I love that they are original and fun.

Etruria Says:

April 11th, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Mine!

Jack Tiberius
Ford Augustus (twin)
Duke Aurelius (twin)
Charlotte Lavinia
Emmerson (Emma) Octavia

BritishAmerican Says:

April 11th, 2013 at 9:54 pm

Spotted recently at the local library:

Maple (g) and North (b).

I loved that both children had unusual word names that aren’t ‘super out there’. I thought they weer just the right amount of adventurous and super cute as sibling names. 🙂

I also happen to think my kids: Rose, Henry & George go very well together: old fashioned with a British theme, since my kids are half British.

MerylP Says:

April 11th, 2013 at 10:11 pm

I also know a sibset both boys named Carsten and Barrett.

maddiejadore Says:

April 12th, 2013 at 12:27 am

Jacob, Jordan, Kate
Barrett, Jacob, Luke
Katherine, Ronan, Nolan
Camille, Trenton, Aaron, Titus, Quinn.

Christina Fonseca Says:

April 12th, 2013 at 2:31 am

Alexa and Elias
Lillie and Stuart
Samantha and Nathaniel
Jasper and Wyatt
Seth and Ethan
Alaina and Athena
Claire and Leah
Julia, Stella, Valerie

Caco2006 Says:

April 12th, 2013 at 11:07 am

I think my kids make a nice, old-fashioned, offbeat sib-set:

Eloise, Beatrix, and Foster.

CatPai Says:

April 13th, 2013 at 7:51 am

Ivy, Heidi, Camille and Grace.
I love these sisters and always wished I could be in the fam.
When naming my kids, I always looked to how pretty these sisters names are!

maddie27 Says:

April 13th, 2013 at 12:39 pm

My grandmother and her sisters were born in the 20s. It’s funny that many of their names are popular ninety years later.

Evelyne Marie, Barbara Olive, Jean Adelaide

And my parents picked a great set of names for us. All were about 15 years ahead of the curve for popularity.

Madeleine, Claire, Ethan

hermioneameliastyles Says:

April 13th, 2013 at 1:30 pm

I know several sibsets. I just can’t pick one. Some of these will come from TV shows or Celebrity Sibsets.

1. Ashley, Britney, Michaela
2. Andrew, Robert, David
3. Jonathan (John), Mary (Kendall)
4. Brit, Alex, Chandler, Mallory
5. Kinsley, Elliot, Graham
6. Patrick, Rachael
7. Lindsey, Hunter
8. Anthony (AJ), Samantha (Nikki)
9. Laurel, Andrew (Drew), Landon
10. Benjamin, Matthew
11. Elijah (Eli), Luke
12. Kara, Kourtney
13. Emily, Lyle
14. Emily, Elizabeth
15. Kelsey, Katey
16. Kayla, Emma
17. Jim, Tony, Thomas (Tom)
18. Janet (Jan), Joyce
19. Stephen (Steve), Lynnette
20. Chase, Phillip, Kaelieb ????
21. Miley, Jackson
22. Justin, Alex, Max
23. Gemma, Harry
22. Louis, Lottie, Fizzie, Phoebe, Daisy
23. Greg, Niall
24. Nicola, Ruth, Liam
25. Emmett, Jessie, Virginia
26. Joshua (Josh), Austin (AJ), Dakota
27. James (Adam), Katlin ???????
28. Catelin, Levi (Chance)
29. Dallas, Demetria, Madison
30. Paul (Kevin), Joseph (Joe), Nicholas (Nick), Franklin (Frankie)
31. Patrick, Jessica, Jordan
32. Hannah, Sarah
33. Caleb, Morgan
34. Cody, Alli, Tom
35. Haley, Emily

Then I definently have an idea what my kids sibset might be:

1. Chloe Grace
2. Liam Easton
3. Niall James
4. Madeline (Maddie) Amelia

emjae Says:

April 13th, 2013 at 10:21 pm

One of my favorites that I know of are my family friends’ children;

Reise [boy], Cora [girl], & Nev [girl].

I love their names because at the time they were born, those names were all pretty unheard of, so they were very unique. They’re still kind of quirky! (Which I love!). Their mom also explained to me once the reasoning behind each of their names, which I wish I remembered, because I remember it being beautiful!

makeupbyjanine Says:

April 14th, 2013 at 12:38 am

My friends have some great sounding sibsets for their children:
Elliot (g), Harper (g), Sawyer (b) …all unisex surname literary six letter names!
Coda, Holden, Oliver… share the O.

Within my family tree there are many sibsets I love too:
My Grandpa Henry had brothers called Gilbert, Everett, and
Cleo (among others I can’t remember).
My dad (Henrys kids) had a great sibset I think:
Mike, Steve, Patty, Jane, Karen, Sue, Ken & Chris
I always thought my cousins were well matched with Nick Tom & Joe/ Jessica Samantha & Leah/ Colleen Brendan & Olivia/

And as much as I love my brother & sister, I honestly think I became interested in names because of how poorly matched MY sibset is: Janine (dated), Christina (classic), Garrett (90s trend). What were my parents thinking? Haha.

makeupbyjanine Says:

April 14th, 2013 at 12:59 am

I remembered a few more:
Theodora & Graziella
Oscar & Remy
and my husbands sibset, though very 80s, is so well matched to me:
Justin, Arthur, Brian, Chelsea, Heather & Travis.

makeupbyjanine Says:

April 14th, 2013 at 1:03 am

…and because of the photo you posted, one MUST include:
Leisel, Fredrick, Louisa, Kurt, Bridgetta, Marta, Greta 🙂

kaiajade Says:

April 15th, 2013 at 4:48 am

Eadie, Cedric and Heidi

Tahya and Bowie

Chilli and indii

Jude, stirling and pepper

GrecianErn Says:

April 15th, 2013 at 11:04 am

My friend’s kids have great classic names:
Ben, Clare, and Ann

And then I grew up with a family of 7 daughters all starting with the letter “E” And having a 2-word, 4 syllable Dutch last name. I thought it was so cool:
Eileen
Erin
Erica
Emily
Elissa
Elizabeth
Elise

Not sure of the order, I went to school with Erin and Erica, and my brother went with Emily, and Elissa was behind him. It was cool.

mountainfarer Says:

April 17th, 2013 at 3:42 pm

Some I’ve come across:

Reed, Finn, and Grey
Jonas, Jack, and Elenora
Sydney, Elise, Timothy
Molly, Garrett, and Kirk (triplets)
Lafe, Amy, and Dane
Jane, Charles, and Cal.

Necessary_Evil Says:

April 20th, 2013 at 10:57 am

John, Thomas and Rebecca.
Christopher, Peter and step-brother Matthew.
Hannah, Abigail and Joseph.
Katherine, James, Francesca and George.
Alicia, Lewis and Christian.

SarahKathryn Says:

April 29th, 2013 at 4:40 pm

I know heaps of sibsets, all with quite quirky names that I personally love:

Jackson Leslie, Rosalie Tiana, Noah Thomas & Taroh Theodore (Twins), Felix Sebastian and Adalynn Rose

Lyndon George, Avalynn Marie & Bailey May & Caitlyn Rose (Triplets), Théo Lyon, Raiden Amelie & Rosi Anne (Twins..again!) and James Everett

Thomas Leslie, Emily Jane, Adam Oliver & Felix Arthur (you get the jist by now, twins), Jessica Marie, Jackson Flynn and Eden Rose & Gracie-Ellen May (guess what…..twins!)

Hailee Anne & Emilee May, Curtis Robert Jr and Carly Marie

Renesmé Amethyst (yes, from Twilight), Robbie Edward, Tiana Rose & George Billy, Adalynn Marseille & Ashlynn Paris and Felicity May

Marco Damon, Clara Faye, Alexia (Lexie) Marie & Alacia (Lacey) May (twins), Jessica Anne Bailey, Lucie Hope, Noah Jack, Charlie Mark and Evelynn Rosie Anne

Rowan Oliver, Teagan Rose, Adelaide Marie & Blaise Maddox, Ethan Charles, Madison Riley, Taroh Oliver, Avalynn Rosie Anne

My brother and I are Jack Robert and Sarah Kathryn – Jack & Sarah. Our half sister is Louise (unsure of her middle name, as sadly we have no communication), and her twins are Grace & ? .
My cousin, sadly, is an only child but would’ve have been Catherine, Olivia and Anna with her two older sisters. Mum is Tracey Katherine, with sister Susan Ann and brother John Robert. Dad is Leslie John, with older sisters Pamela (Pam) and Patricia (Pat), and younger sister and brother, Linda and Stephen.

vfrn Says:

May 4th, 2013 at 9:43 pm

Symbols are to protect from searches, since they have distinctive names.
McGu1r3 J@m3s and Arch3r R1dl3y
R1dl3y is after the space dragon from Metroid, chosen by a seven year old McGu1r3, and he adores his middle name.

rachaelelizabeth Says:

June 11th, 2013 at 11:57 pm

My brothers and I are
Rachael Elizabeth
Matthew James
Andrew Paul
and if I would have had a sister her name would have been Sarah Abigail

My cats names are Rupert and Phoebe (haha I know it doesn’t totally count)
I have cousins named Frances Amelia and Leonora Mae (she goes by Leo)
In high school I knew an Analisa with sisters named Giuliana and Emilia
I know a family with three kids named Camille, Isabelle, and Theodore.
I also knew a Georgia Tatum, Sarah Kate, and Charlotte

rachaelelizabeth Says:

June 12th, 2013 at 12:09 am

Oh I also lived next door to a Alexandra Kay, Samuel Grant, and Elizabeth Grace (she went by Gracie) growing up.
My brother had a boy in his class named Benjamin with twin brothers Samuel and Thomas (Ben, Sam, and Tom)
I babysat Maxwell (Max), Mia, Gus, and Valerie (Val).
I knew a family with kids named Charles (Charlie), Samuel (Sam), Kathryn, and David
And I knew two little brothers named Caleb and Noah

rachaelelizabeth Says:

June 12th, 2013 at 1:02 am

I just have so many lol sorry.
Here are some more, mostly people I went to school with. So many excellent sibsets from such a small town! Yes, I swear I really do know all these people in real life.

Spencer, Bridget, Simon Philip, Colette, Oliver and Elliot
Aida (pronounced Ida) and Celia
Rebekah, Hannah, Micah, and Sarah
My cousins names are John Charles (Charlie), Lydia Louise, and Elena Marguerite.
Luke and Molly
Alexander and Abigail (Alex and Abby)
William (Will), Katherine (Kate), and Anne
Christopher and Graham
Ryan, Tyler and Ethan
Katherine and Anna Claire
Frank, Grace, Foster, and Beck
Jack, George and Ella
Charlotte, Michael and Nicholas (Nick)
Finnigan and Cameron (Finn and Cam)
Henry and Peter
Lily and Thomas (Tommy)
Adam and Abigail (Abby)
Natalie and Angelina
Emma and Ella
Jack and Jane
Claire, Emma and Joseph (Joe)
Aaron and Amelia
Jack and James
Carter, Margaret and Jane (odd pairing but I like it)
Rachel and Anna
My cousin has two kids named Liam and Autumn
Ellen and Nadine
Isabella (way before this name was popular, in her 20s now. She went by Ellie) and Peter
Morgan, Colton (Cole), and Cade
Kyle, Kade and Kallie
Caroline and Emily
Emma Louise and Parker
James, John and Thomas (Jimmy, Johnny, and Tommy)
Violet and Opal
Aurora and Byron
Benjamin (Ben), Edith (Edie) and Dashiell (Dash)
Lucy and Cooper
Connor, Chloe and Sophie
Samuel and Madeline (Sam and Maddy – keep in mind this was before Madeline was popular – over twenty years ago)
Charles and Anthony John (Charlie and AJ)
Anna, Sarah and Emma
Andrew (Andy) and Owen
Drew, Ross and Ned
Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Nate and Liza)
Alexandra, Catherine, Victoria and Frederick (Allie, Catie, Torie and Freddie)
Grant, Nicolas (Nick) and Rose (Rosie)
Emma, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Thomas (Tommy)
Albe and Abraham
Noah, Greta and Jonah

Okay I’ve spent hours on facebook trying to find all the people from my hometown. I need to sleep.

jem Says:

June 15th, 2013 at 7:25 am

My cousins Harriet and Eloise is one that I have always been totally in love with.
Also, I know a family of five girls (FIVE GIRLS!) who are (from 20 to 9 chronologically): Annabelle, Emily, Olivia, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Amelia (Millie). I love the vowel theme!

laununez Says:

July 12th, 2013 at 1:45 pm

Laura & Moisés. My brother and I. I think is a good sibset because we both have two syllable names with diphthongs, so they match well, although our parents didn’t choose them for that reason at all.

LorenK Says:

October 16th, 2013 at 5:56 pm

Well, I know of quite a few. Madeline and Matthew(My best friend and he brother);Nicholas and Christina(My half siblings), Kasia and Danuta; Thomas, Elizabeth, and Karen(My dad and his sisters); Elizabeth and Victoria; Lauren and Emily; Jackson and Nathan; Cameron and Tatum; Cameron and Ethan; Emma and Ava(A tad to trendy for me); and my brother and I go well together-Loren and Seth.

cbann Says:

October 22nd, 2013 at 2:31 am

My mils siblings Tihon, Ivan, Afanasy, Elena, and Efrosina
my husband and his siblings Larion, Anfisa, Alecsondric, Marina, Akelina, and Kristina
Russian orthodox

sargie3 Says:

June 19th, 2014 at 10:00 am

One of my favourites I know is Crewe and Luke. Both of the names suit the kids perfectly and they’re such cute names. Another one I like is Abbey and Lilly.

mulme944 Says:

June 19th, 2014 at 10:55 am

One sibset I know quite well is D0m!nick (D0m), V!ct0ri@ (T0ry), and K@ther!ne (K@t!e). I think it’s sophisticated.
My relatives are C@leb, A@ron, Seth, and Mic@el… All handsome, masculine, Bible names.
Other relatives are F0rre$t, D@k0tah, and @utumn.
Another I find interesting is Jeremy, Jenn!fer, J0seph (J0e), and Steph@n!e. I think it’s funny how the parents ran out of steam on the J names at the end. But, the names are lovely and Steph@n!e definately fits stylistically.

mommax2 Says:

June 19th, 2014 at 1:16 pm

My favorite is my kids Griffin and Dara. Also, I think my siblings and my name work well together. ..Jessica, Joshua and Erika.

kristennoel Says:

June 19th, 2014 at 8:41 pm

Well personally, I think my both yet and I are well named: Kristen and Joshua

My Moms siblings are: Anthony (Tony), Deborah (Debbie), Jacqueline (Jackie) and Laura

My Dad’s siblings are: Randall (Randy), Kathryn (Kathy), Charles Bradley (Brad)

I know a group of 10 siblings:
Courtney(g), Cally (g), Cassidy (g), Alex (b), (boy I can’t remember), Carson (g), Caroline (g), Addie (g), Cooper (b), Logan (b)
I think their mom did a really good job of naming them, except she “ran out of ‘c’ names she liked for girls” so their last is Addie.

NamesNeeded Says:

June 23rd, 2014 at 8:37 pm

Beth & Brian
Walter & Lucille
Archie & Lulu
Calista, Corinne, & Camille
Beth, Meg, Jo, & Amy (Little Women)
Scarlet & Hazel
Stella, James, Heather, & Beatrice (Paul McCartney’s kids)
Hazel & Augustus (TFIOS. Not siblings, but still sounds pretty good together!)
Eliza & William
Nellie, Bridget, & Jenny
Victoria, Julianna, & Annalee
Henry & Alice (John Green’s kids)
Kay & Kara
Kurt, Kimberly, Chad, & Brianne (Kurt Cobain & his siblings)
Lily & Tommy
Rick, Ryan, & Rachel
Cooper & Daphne
Sarah, Liz, & Evan
Sarah & Samantha
Jack & Callie

kmdharrington Says:

August 20th, 2014 at 6:48 am

Emilia & Eliana (twins)
Lucy & Elliott
Elena & Evan (twins)
Brian & David
Maximilian (Max) & Isabel (Izzy)
Naftali, Keeva & Elazer
Walter &’Benjamin
Eve & Vivian (both mean life)
Abigail (Abby) & Isaac

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