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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Question Thoughts On This Hypothetical Sibling Set

    Elizabeth Flora (Elsa)
    Sylvia Beatrice (Sylvie)
    Madeleine (Lena) - I'm still working on a middle for this one.
    Caroline Hazel (Callie)
    Rosemary Gloria (Rose/Rosie)

    What do you think of each combo individually?
    What would you name a sixth sister? I really like Rebekah, but I'm not a fan of the nickname Becky.
    Thoughts in this thread?

    Jasper Samuel Orion | Henrik Matthias Reid
    Lydia Primrose | Diana Cataleya (Leya) | Mattea Glory (Tea) | Beatrix Illyria |

    Cora | Gemma |Adalind | Arya
    Remy | Peter | Alaric | Elijah

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    I love it! I especially love Elizabeth Flora, so gorgeous and the names work so well together!

    I love Rebekah with your sibset. My older sister's name is Rebekah and she never went by Becky, her nicknames are Beck and Becka.

    Other suggestions, Adelaide, Charlotte, Georgiana
    Walter Theodore
    March 2016

    #2 Due July 2018

    Florence • Gilbert • Matilda • Elliott
    • Harriet • Edmund • Violet

    Guilty Pleasures:
    Posey • Austen • Theodora • Arlo • Clover • Abel • Effie

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    I know a Rebecca who goes by Becks/Bex or Becksie/Bexie, which sounds better on an adult than you would think. The "x" sound always comes off as cool.

    I think these would work in that sibset:

    Adelaide (like pp said)
    Margaret or Marguerite
    Katherine or Katrina nn Kitty
    Helen (might be dicey with Madeleine)
    or, my favorite,
    Lilibeth Pearl - Odette Lysandra - Allegra Snow - Zinnia Ophélie - Hera Magdalen
    Emery Lawrence - Viggo Augusten - Johan Irving - Anders Maël - Jules Quincy - Magnus Luther

  4. #7
    marissamichelle Guest
    I like each combination of names. On using them together ... Madeline and Caroline sound a bit too close for my taste. Each of the other siblings has a distinct name, but these seem to go together. Unless you want a rhyming name for twins?

    I really like Rebekah with this set, and you certainly wouldn't have to call her Becky. I know several girls who go by Bekah, Becka, or Becca.

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    How about Reba for Rebekah nickname?

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