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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    I agree that Sage Winter Wood is a bit too many word names for me (which is saying something because I love them!) I love Sage and Winter separately, but not so much together, even without the word-surname. I also agree that a one-syllable first and last combo does tend to feel a little bit choppy. I don't know if you are one hundred percent set on the order, but I think Winter Sage would flow better than Sage Winter. Some other western/nature/Christmassy ideas:

    Clementine Sage
    Sage Noelle
    Sage Natalia
    Clara Sage (I love this one because of Clary Sage, which is used in herbal medicine. It's like a sneaky way to get in the triple word name thing. The Christmas vibe is there a la Clara from the Nutcracker)
    Loretta Sage
    Magnolia Winter (departing from Sage for a moment to try another nature name. This one is more common as a "name" name, and therefore Magnolia Wood doesn't seem as wordy as Sage Wood)
    Scarlett Sage (I'm normally not a fan of alliteration, but this is adorable.)
    Sage Cassidy (not particularly Christmassy, but definitely western!)
    Sienna Sage
    Rosemary Winter
    Penelope Sage
    Jolene Winter or Jolene Sage
    Hazel Winter
    Adelaide Winter
    Dinah Sage
    Cora Sage
    Sage Delilah
    Sage Eliza
    Josephine Sage
    Felicity Sage
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  2. #8
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Nothing wrong with Winter, but I think something less of a word name might work better with Sage & Wood.
    I love Sage, by the way, but Sage Winter Wood does leave something to be desired in my opinion.

    Instead of Winter, what about Noelle / Noella (Noelle means Christmas)
    Emmanuelle (Emmanuelle means God with us)
    Bianca (Bianca means White)
    Bronwen (Bronwen means White)
    Rowena (Rowena means White)
    Esther (Esther means Star, which I find lovely for wintertime)
    Eira (Eira means Snow)
    Eirwen (Eirwen means White as Snow)

    LOVE a previous poster's suggestion of Rosemary Winter - still herby and comforting, and perhaps Rosemary Wood flows a little nicer than Sage Wood.
    Last edited by katieydenberg; September 23rd, 2013 at 11:44 PM.
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  3. #10
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    I agree with the two posters above. For the sake of cohesion, it'd be nice to have a more traditional name in the middle spot. Sage Lucia Wood is a beautiful suggestion! I also like Sage Noelle.
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  4. #12
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    While it sounds nice, it's way too wordy, imo.
    I LOVE the idea of Sage Lucia Wood, or some other winter related, solid name-y name for a middle!

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  5. #14
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    I like Sage Lucia Wood too or Saige Luna Wood still naturey but sounds less like a housing development. Sage Winter is beautiful though if you truly love it I would just use it because one day she will probably marry and could be Sage Winter Smith and that sounds fine.
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