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May 29th, 2013 11:28 AM #6
May 29th, 2013 12:07 PM #8
1. Ines Clementine Nell. Not sure about the flow, but it's a nice name.
2. Iris Juliet Austen. I adore this name. It is so romantic, and Austen makes me think of Jane Austen. So... "Iris" by the Goo Goo Dolls + Shakespeare + Jane Austen = A romantic name of epic proportions that will have the boys swooning... hope you're ready for that.
3. Margaret Elowen Eve. This is cute, but I'm not sure about Elowen Eve next to each other...
4. Fern Evelyn Pearl. I'm not a fan of Fern and Evelyn next to each other... it doesn't flow with the -n -n, but I do like both names independently.
5. Adelaide Dahlia Quinn. This one doesn't flow. Adelaide ends with a D sound, which Dahlia also starts with. So to pronounce it correctly, you have to pause between the names... otherwise it becomes Adelaidahlia.
So far, I love Iris Juliet Austen. Congrats!Currently exiled from the US
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May 29th, 2013 01:08 PM #10Senior Member
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May 29th, 2013 01:36 PM #12
May 29th, 2013 03:16 PM #14Senior Member
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These combos are all beautiful! Regarding your dilemma with the Adelaide Dahlia Quinn combo, here are some alternative ideas:
-- I think part of the problem is that the two "d" sounds right in a row break up the flow. Perhaps you could use a different flower name?
Adelaide Laurel Quinn
Adelaide Jessamine Pearl (adding a way to honor family into this combo!)
Adelaide Violet Quinn
Adelaide Cleome Pearl
I hope those help!Not expecting, just planning and building lists!