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    Help, opinions on the following names please Berries ...

    They may same random in style- but they all have particular significance. Please can I have your opinion on the names, what you like, dislike about them and what they make you think of e.g light or dark ,sweet , happy or serious, colours etc

    Thanks in advance


  2. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    nice list

    Magnolia- a daring name with a lot of plainer nickname options like Maggie or Molly. It feels southern. Can skew perky & cute or darker & sensual
    Lillian- Pretty, a little dusty, makes me think of victorian wall paper, cabbage roses, it does feel a bit boring like Claire or Grace, pretty, vintage, not uncommon
    Primrose- Too prim, too Everdeen
    Cordelia- I love this name. It feels a little stuffy but spunky at the same time.
    Margot?Margo?Margaux?- Love it. Margaux I dislike as it feels less down-to-earth. I love the sound though.
    Beatrice- I love this name. It's very uncommon vintage classic.
    Gwyneth- I am not at fan of -th endings they feel lispy & awkward to me. This is one of the prettier ones. Gwedolyn or Guenevere are nice
    Calliope- I love it. It feels so sparkly. I love just Calla as well.
    Dorothea- do you say it like Dorothy or Dora-thee-uh? I am not sure. I think it's ok. I really like Theodora
    Eleanora- Pretty, I really like Eleanore.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Ontario, Canada
    Magnolia- pretty and sweet, Southern belle-esque. it makes me think of the flowers, so colour: bright pink
    Cordelia- gorgeous, dramatic, powerful, strong. feminine but not flimsy. one of my favourites names. colour: deep blue
    Beatrice- elegant, grounded, proper. upper-class-British feel. colour: deep maroon or wine
    Calliope- spunky and fun, unique but totally wearable. colour: soft gold, pearl or off-white

    Primrose- floral, refreshing and unique. colour: light pink
    Margot- this is the only spelling that feels right to me. prim, proper, vintage-chic. makes me think of Anne Frank's sister. colour: amber, bronze, or russet
    Eleanora- nice, but I prefer Eleanor- the "a" seems superfluous here. colour: cinnamon

    Lillian- sweet and demure, warm and sunny. colour: bright yellow or orange
    Gwyneth- doesn't seem ver feminine to me. unusual but rather tied to Gwyneth Paltrow. colour: golden yellow
    Dorothea- a bit too stodgy and outdated for me, sorry. colour: light blue
    ~Love names, literature, royals and horses~ <3

    Favourite names:
    Girls: Azalea, Cordelia, Elizabeth, Rosalind, Scarlett, Felicity, Juliet
    Boys: Fitzwilliam, Sebastian, Percival, Oliver, Darcy, Orlando

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    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Magnolia - bright violet and soft pink, fun and bold
    Lillian - muted pink, loving, traditional
    Primrose - pastel purple, quirky
    Cordelia - peachy/rose colored, lady-like
    Margot?Margo?Margaux? - purple, moody
    Beatrice - yellow, fun but not spontaneous
    Gwyneth - pastel green, genuine, go-getter
    Calliope - pink, fun, carefree
    Dorothea - earth tones, serious but down to earth
    Eleanora - golden, mellow (please vote!)

    Just lurking since the birth of my son S. G. A.
    Zorina, Faustine, Castalia, Vasilisa, Oriana, Anaxandra, Sebastiana
    ... Alaric, Silvan, Alistair, Stellan, Rainer, Caspian, Theron, Salvatore

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    London, England
    Magnolia - I think of the tree: love, fidelity, sweetness, light bright pink, beauty and dignity.
    Lillian - soft yellow. A very mild name, and feminine without frills.
    Primrose - sweet, tender, cheerful and healing. A light sweet pink.
    Cordelia - purple, like lilacs. A bit depressing and dull, but beautiful.
    Margot - the orange of the autumn leaves. kind, sweet and spirited.
    Beatrice - dark velvety red. Very romantic and melancholy.
    Gwyneth - pale sea blue/green. Sweet, kind, healthy and generous.
    Calliope - light forest green. Musical, sweet and pretty.
    Dorothea - bright pink, like roses painted on porcelain.
    Eleanora - royal blue. a slightly bored name (not boring though), serious and above it all.
    My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014

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