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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    A's and E's with both genders, but especially E's. Also C's, N's and V's with girls, as well as S's with boys.

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    Mostly Es and As with girls. Nearly half of my favorites list is A/E names.
    For boys it's definitely C. 15 out of 45 on my boys list start with C.

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Oregon, USA
    V especially:

    Venture, Vashti, Verity, Violet, Viola, Vivian, Vesper, Virgil, Verticordia, Vail, Valhalla, Verbena, Valkyrie, Valentine, Victoria, Virginia, Valor, Valiant, Vanora, Veronica, Vesta, Veda, Vera, Verena, Veruca, Vivaldi, Vance, Varen, Vaughn, Vernon, Voltaire

    Hard to think of ones I DON'T like.

    and Z names:

    Zephyr, Zosteria, Zenith,Ziva, Zelda, Zoe, Zara, Zorya, Zenobia, Zinnia, Zachary,Zafira, Zane, Zerynthia, Zeal, Zarielle, Zemaria, Zeus, Zola, Zuriel, Zafara, Zebina, Zipporah,

    and X:

    Xander, Xanthe, Xerxes, Xanthippe, Xenia, Xalina, Xylia, Xenophon
    Sequoia Orion born November 2014
    Considerations for our next child's name: Cytheria, Caspian, Seraphina, Cyrus, Arcadia, Venture
    Middles: Beatrix, Dwyn, Jupiter, Violet, Zephyr, River, Willow

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Nov 2013


    M is my favorite letter for female names, probably because of my grandmothers (Marion, Marjorie, Martha Mabel) and because it is a strong, warm, maternal sound.

    I also love Marilla, Morwenna, Muriel, Mamie, Mahalia, Minty, Madrigal, Madigan, Mignon, Morag, Marigold, Meg, Merry, Mary Ellen, and many more.

    Even names with m's in the middle like Jemima and Jemma.


    For male names I am more diverse. C's, F's and G's, and R's mostly.

    C's for comfort: Chester, Chet, Chesterton, Clyde, Clarence, Claude, Clement, Clem, Clifford, Cliff, Charles, Charleston, Clancy, Cadwallader, Cornelius, Colin, Callum...

    F's and G's for freshness and vitality: Fenton, Fen, Franklin, Frank, Floyd, Franz, Frederick, Freddie, etc.

    Gilbert, Gordon, Gordie, Geordie, Giles, Grady, Gideon, Galen, George, Gibson, Gulliver, etc.

    And R's which sound strong and soft to me for men as the M's do for women: Roger, Robert, Robin, Rob, Roderick, Reuben, Rory, Rufus, Raphael, Rafael, Ransom, Reid, etc.

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    For girls, I love M names (I have 13 on my list!) Also like A, C, J and S names.
    Mabel, Madeleine, Maeve, Magdalene, Magnolia, Margaret, Marigold, Mary, Matilda, Melisande, Minerva, Mirabel, Molly

    For boys, its A names (I have 18 on my list!). Also like C, J, M, R, S and T (I have a lot of boys names on my list!)
    Abram, Adler, Alaric, Alasdair, Albert, Aldrich, Alfred, Alexander, Allen, Amadeus, Anthony, Archer, Arthur, Asher, Atticus, August, Avery
    ~ SOPHIE ~
    | 25 | Britberry | ace/aro | science geek | animal lover |
    ~ ☁️ dreaming of foster/adoption ☁️ ~

    TOP 10
    ~ arthur ~ barnaby ~ edmund ~ hugo ~ lionel ~ quentin ~ sebastien ~ tobias ~ walter ~
    ~ ❤ ~
    ~ beatrix ~ dorothea ~ felicity ~ gwendolen ~ helena ~ imogen ~ juniper ~ lucille ~ margot ~ susanna ~

    ~ jethro ~ darcy ~ peregrine ~ chester ~ emrys ~ ❤ ~ prudence ~ agnes ~ gretel ~ elspeth ~ vivienne ~

    avatar = my fur-baby Merlin ❤

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