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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Some lovely suggestions! Thank you :~)
    Matilda, Beatrix, Lucille, Margo, Ivy, Guinevere, Isadora, Violet, Ada, Alice, Hermione, Cora, Elizabeth, Flora, Olive, Sybil, Isolde
    Felix, Henry, Ambrose, Darcy, Asa, Ezra, August, Oscar, Theodore, Edward, Clark, Arthur, Jasper, Winston, Percival

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    I will say that I have a very soft spot for Isolde because I love the meaning, and was in the process of trying to convince my husband that we could use it as a middle name.....until I said it out loud in the middle name spot. All we heard was "Aveline is old". I was very sad because I knew I could never get him to agree after that. Unless I'm pronouncing it incorrectly?

    I'd say it's very usable as a first name if you can get your hubby on board. I think mine thought it was too harsh sounding.

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    I have a question about this name... How is it pronounced?

    Isolde is like E-zold or E-sold.
    Iseult is like E-solt or E-sult?
    ~ Mommy to Callum Rhys and Jack William ~

    Girls: Meara, Jane, Iris, Evie, Emmeline, Tamsin, Bryn
    Boys: Edmund, Austen, Ridley, Ellis

  4. #12
    I like the name, but only as a first. When its in the middle, for example, Elizabeth Isolde, I hear Elizabeth is old. I think its a lovely first name though.

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    You know, I've heard it pronounced several different ways.

    IZZ-old, ISS-old
    EE-zold, EE-sold
    iz-ZOLD, iss-OLD
    ee-ZOLD, ee-SOLD
    iz-ZOLD-eh, iss-OLD-eh
    ee-ZOLD-eh, ee-SOLD-eh
    iz-ZOLD-ee, iss-OLD-ee
    ee-ZOLD-ee, ee-SOLD-ee

    Not sure which is correct, or even if there's only one correct pronunciation.
    Last edited by candlewaster; March 13th, 2013 at 05:59 PM.

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