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Thread: Your Thoughts?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Ontario, Canada

    Your Thoughts?

    I'd love to hear some thoughts, opinions or suggestions on my favourite combos.

    They're in my signature, but I'll write them here as well:
    Rosie Emmanuelle
    Josephine Ivy
    Mila Faye
    Ingrid Anne
    Calliope Rose
    Iona Vivienne
    Reina Claire
    Caroline Autumn
    Tilly Hazel

    Rosie ➳ Lillian Miriam ➳ Eira Annabelle ➳ Meena Luciana
    Emilia Ines ➳ Selah ➳ Lucy

    Gia-Waihan, auntie to Cecilia & Bruce

  2. #3
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Rosie Emmanuelle- I love this. I love Rosie! I myself would prefer it as a nickname (to Primrose or Rosalind) but paired with Emmanuelle I think just Rosie is fine. Emmanuelle is long and full and balances the shorter, lighter Rosie out

    Josephine Ivy- Ahh I love Ivy. Its one of those names that fits woth almost any name, any style. Its classy and not expected or over popular. And I like the flow of this whole name.

    Mila Faye- My first thought is this is a very short name. Almost too short. The look and the sound. It seems like Mila could have more length and substance. A longer name with the nickname Mila? Milena Faye. Camila Faye. But I do think Mila works fine as a stand alone name and it has a lovely sound. Just the look of this combo looks so short and small to me.

    Ingrid Anne- Quite plain and a little dull next to some of your other names. Maybe a different middle name? I like something a little spunky with Ingrid like Ingrid Vivienne, Ingrid Daisy or Ingrid Marina.

    Calliope Rose- This is lovely. Calliope is a great, uncommon but not unheard of name! And paired with the classic Rose it is a beautiful feminine combination.

    Iona Vivienne- I really am liking the flow and lilt of this one! Awesome combination.

    Reina Claire- Oh how I love Reina. Claire isn't my favourite middle name with it, it feels like a tiny bit of a let down after Reina. But it's ok. Reina Ivy or Reina Rose (I like the alliteration in this one! Gives it some spunk)

    Caroline Autumn- Great solid name. A good mix of vintage and new again. It also has a good strong sound and flow.

    Tilly Hazel- This one also feels a bit short and abrupt. Maybe because I expect Tilly to be a nickname for something? Matilde Hazel or Ottilie Hazel.
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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Dec 2015
    Ohio, USA
    They're in my signature, but I'll write them here as well:
    Rosie Emmanuelle: This combo would be better as Rose Emmanuelle. The "ie" at the end of the Rosie and the E at the beginning of Emmanuelle is too much of the E sound.
    Josephine Ivy: I think the flow of this combo would be better if reversed, Ivy Josephine.
    Mila Faye: This is a beautiful combo.
    Ingrid Anne: Both of these names are too harsh when put together in my opinion. Perhaps Ingrid Pearl or Anne Charlotte.
    Calliope Rose: I think the O sound in Calliope and the O sound in Rose are a little too much. Perhaps Calliope Grace or Rose Amelia.
    Iona Vivienne: This is pretty. Though I prefer the spelling Iona Vivian.
    Reina Claire: Not a fan of the name Reina. Makes me think of Reindeer. Claire is pretty.
    Caroline Autumn: I like this reversed, Autumn Caroline. Absolutely beautiful.
    Tilly Hazel: Not a fan of Tilly. It is hard to imagine that name aging well. Thea Hazel or Matilda Hazel with Tilly as her nickname.
    Anna. Audrey. Camille. Eliza. Eva. Jane. Marigold. Olivia. Persephone. Rose. Sydney. Wren.
    Arlo. Caine. Callan. Cole. Duncan. Henry. Landen. Samuel. William.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Jan 2015
    The one that sticks out to me is Calliope Rose...Pretty
    I like Tillly Hazel and like the suggestion of Ottilie Hazel.

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