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  1. #11
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Odette (I like Odette Claire! Maybe even just call her Claire then!) - I'm not a fan of Odette or Claire.
    Anastasia (Sasha, Stas) - It's cute but NMS.
    Genevieve (Evie) - I LOVE THIS ONE.
    Juliet - I dont like this one.
    London - I dont like place names.
    Maggie - It's too nicknamy although Maggie & Peter would be cute sibling names.

    Victoria - I love this it's cute. Nothing beats Genevieve though.
    Wren - I'm not keen on this one.
    Willow - I like this.
    Leighton - THIS IS A BOYS NAME. - But then I dont like the Modified spelling. Layton - Yes any others NO.

    Beckham - I don't like the Beckham's relation.
    Cade - I like but I think it's a NN for Cayden.
    Elijah - I'm not Keen on this but it is cute.
    Leo - This Is Cute but it's too popular in my area.
    Luke - I like as a NN for Lucas.
    Miles - This is probaby the best name you have on the boys list IMO.
    Forrest - Agreed with above about Forest Gump.
    Wells - It's NMS as I live near a place called this and I'm not a fan of place names.
    Aidan - I like this but I'm not a fan of the Aidan names.
    Channing - Reminds me of Channing Tatum so No.
    Avery - I'm not keen on unisex names but it is cute.
    Ames - I don't like this as this is my daughter Amy's NN (sometimes).
    Pete - NMS. I like Peter though.

  2. #13
    Join Date
    Jun 2011

  3. #15
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Juliet is my absolute favorite girls name!! I adore it. I think Channing goes really well with it. My second choice for a boy would be Beckham nn Beck.
    Not expecting, just having fun collecting names!

    My name is Erin. I am 24 years old and I have been a proud name nerd since I was 10.

    Ladies: Juliet Elaine, Madeleine Audrey, Emilia Noelle, Lydia Caris, Elodie Katherine, Carys Emily, Victoria Elise

    Gentlemen: Jonathan Rhys, Wesley Jay, Roman/Rowan Gabriel, Evan Parker, Elliott Jude, Dawson Cole, Jude/Judah Nathaniel, Rhys Nehemiah, Everett Jacob

  4. #17
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Hi @victoriamcthy1. I have the feeling you have great problems to choose one naming style you like, am I wrong? And that will help. You mix the names from the very different naming traditions. Share them into name-styles lists, it'll make the thing better!
    Zelda Astrid - 21.02.2011
    Dashiell Roman Leif - 15.05.2013
    Vita Malin - 23.04.2014

    Soon-to-be aunt for the first time!

  5. #19
    Odette - my first thought is 'odious', which is a shame because the next is 'ode', s far nicer association. I think there are much nicer -ette names, or another suggestion from Odette would be Ondine.
    Anastasia (Sasha, Stas) - I find the name itself to be a bit frilly for my liking, bit I love the name Sasha
    Genevieve (Evie) - Love. So strong and adaptable
    Juliet - I have a real soft spot for Juliet, can get nn Ettie from it, or Jules, works for kids and grown ups.
    London - this just confuses me. As a Brit I find it tacky and trendy and would never want a kid named after that city.
    Maggie - I would assume it comes from a longer name, ie Margaret, Margot, Magnolia, but I do like it, it's sweet

    Victoria - Past it's use by date.
    Wren - It's one I just don't get. I picture a scrawny, gawky girl, sorry
    Willow - love this, it's all trees softly swaying in the breeze beside a stream, beautiful and nature-y, and buffy,of course!
    Leighton - All boy to me.

    Beckham - football player, and while he's a good role model as a name I don't like it. Beck is a great nickname, but I'd rather name a child after awaited (Beckett) to get to it than a football player
    Cade - bit if a non-name to me. No meaning
    Elijah - I hear this everywhere at the moment, it's ok, but seems to be the go-to name for 'Bible cool' like Noah to me
    Leo - cute as a button, strong as a lion
    Luke - friendly little name
    Miles - strong, jazzy, friendly, sweet!
    Forrest - Gump gump gump
    Wells - I kind of like this, although I prefer the spelling Welles, otherwise it just looks like the plural of well, as in something you draw water from.
    Aidan - bleerrrrgh
    Channing - Tatum.
    Avery - I think of an aviary
    Ames - I like but prefer Eames. Ames just feels a bit incomplete. I can't really imagine calling an Ames to me - 'Ames your dinner is ready!' Actually, it would be better as a nickname for Eamon, I think I quite like that actually
    Pete - Maybe in the 50s

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