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  1. #71
    Join Date
    Aug 2016
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    313
    For girls: Nevaeh and any of the boy names on girls (James, Dylan, etc.)
    For boys: Beauregard (or any of the Beau names)
    Ceilidh Rooney; Lover of names, writing and theatre


    Jude Patrick. Emmett Keith. Felix James.
    Arthur Eamon. Henry Isaac. Reuben Wilder.

    Eliza Cathleen. Thea Elisabeth. Lucy Saoirse.
    Alice Daisy. Eloise Jane. Della Felicity.

  2. #72
    Join Date
    Sep 2019
    Location
    United States
    Posts
    10
    Girls: I hate almost all boys' names on girls (Mackenzie, Madison, Jordan, Sam, etc.) As far as originally female names go, definitely Nevaeh. I also hate younique spellings of otherwise normal names.
    Boys: Any names with the "-ayden" suffix (although Hayden is a bit better than the others). Sayden and Zayden are the worst ones.
    anastasia / audrey / blanche / cassandra / catherine / celeste / clementine / cleo / cornelia / daisy / evelyn / freya / genevieve / laura / lillian / lilith / madeleine / marina / natalia / rose / sophie / vivian / viviana / vivienne

    alexander / alexey / maximilian / oliver / olivier / percival / pierce / pierre / quinn / theodore / thornton / thurston / victor / vincent

  3. #73
    Join Date
    Jul 2019
    Posts
    476
    Girl: Catkin

    Boy: Generally biblical names
    Briar Daveena | Ophelia June | Adeline Dana
    Cordelia Blythe | Octavia Willow | Astoria Haven | Luna Maren
    October Sarah | Daphne Sawyer | Violet Carys | Caroline "Callie" Hazel


    James Rodney | Phoenix Harley | Harley Dean
    River Tobias | Caspian Rhys | Wyatt Fox | Ryder Charlie
    Kit Nathaniel | August Rhodes | Reece Glenn



  4. #74
    Join Date
    Jan 2018
    Location
    New England (USA)
    Posts
    278
    Girls:
    -Charlotte
    -Poppy (I associate this with opium? Sorry.)
    -Hazel, Bronwen, and other names with a "witchy" vibe
    -Freya (makes me think of frayed rope)
    -Illyria (maybe the worst to me, sounds like a disease)

    Boys:
    -Bear (I'm a gay man and "bear" means something different in gay slang, I cry-laugh every time I see it on here)
    -Caspian (I'm so sick of this one on this website, it's Everywhere)
    -Aaron (frat boy name, at least where I'm from)

    Either:
    -Winter (winters are very harsh where I'm from, I associate this with seasonal depression and having the whole family huddle around the fire to sleep, kids crying from the cold, etc)
    -most heavily anglicized Irish names -- Kieran, Connor, Neve, Killian, etc
    Raph, 25, male


    Aisling Echo Endellion - Nadine Ferelith Alma
    Marigold Agnes Laudine - Oksana Honey Maude
    Twila Journey Moselle - Louise Angharad Maple

    Atlas Berenger Comet - Clement Inigo Robin
    Moses Archibald Graeme - Jude Perrin Heathcliff
    Ira Somerled Eustace - Linus Bellamy North

  5. #75
    Join Date
    Feb 2018
    Location
    Glasgow, Scotland
    Posts
    12
    freya | nineteen | british | history/genealogy geek | libra |
    not expecting, just collecting!

  6. #76
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    Location
    South Wales, UK
    Posts
    7,264
    Ursula and Broden (I know this is probably made up but I know someone who used this and it just......no.)
    Little Miss's
    ♥ Sienna ♥ Everly ♥ Clara ♥
    ♥ Annalise ♥ Kinsley ♥ Aria ♥ Eleni ♥ Hollie ♥
    ♥ Elowen ♥ Charlotte ♥ Lydia ♥ Emerson ♥ Athena ♥


    Little Mr's
    ♥ Ramsey ♥ Harrison ♥ Nolan ♥
    ♥ Lester ♥ Atlas ♥ Elwood ♥ Mason ♥ Miles ♥
    ♥ Reid ♥ Wilder ♥ Chester ♥ Finnegan ♥ Hudson♥



  7. #77
    Join Date
    Dec 2016
    Location
    Scotland
    Posts
    4,095
    I have broader kind of categories where I just don't seem to like any:
    - Recently made up names like Nevaeh
    - Surnames, esp ending in -son, even worse is some kind of cre8tive spelling like Jaxon
    - Also cre8tive spellings in general (my aunt teaches a Kviiit - pronounced Kate because of roman numerals)
    - Common place names from the UK (Croy, York, Paisley, etc)
    - Incorrectly pronounced Gaelic names (recently met a Ciara whose parents pronounced it See-a-ra, similarly seen lots of folks think Ossian is like Oss-ee-un)
    - Mid 20th century names (Nigel, Barbara, Sharon, Geoff)
    - Any variation of Olivia, Sophie or Isobel
    Combos

    Caspian Blaise Edmund - Mabel Blithe Ffion
    Kit Morwenna - Caradoc Oliver - Asa Florian

    Nimue Vittoria - Maeve Honeysuckle - Orla Guinevere
    Emrys Ossian - Cormac Tiernan - Kip Peregrine

    Singles

    Lyra - Daphne - Elodie - Perdita - Aspen - Thyme
    August - Marius - Lysander - Fitzwilliam - Otto - Xavier
    Aisling - Echo - Caoimhe - Isolde - Thisbe - Elowen

    Beatrix - Giselle - Araminta - Pearl - Zelda - Gaia
    Albus - Endymion - Orion - Idris - Michelangelo - Pip

    22 / More

  8. #78
    Join Date
    Nov 2017
    Location
    Wales
    Posts
    1,616
    Girls: Olivia & Margaret (or any variants of them)

    Boys: Oliver & Freddie (again, this includes variants)

    I also can't stand names beginning with "th" - Talia? That's fine. Thalia? Absolutely not.
    Kennedy Lucy Myfanwy <3 Elijah Maxwell Carrow


    Skyla | Veronica | Ayla | Sienna | Aria
    Harper | Addiena | Lila | Haven | Nevaeh
    Rosalie | Macy | Jasmine | Willow | Adelaide

    Hunter | Grayson | Sawyer | Jensen | Max
    Tanner | Atlas | Isaac | Landon | Zachary
    Ezra | Ryder | Kingston | Holden | Wilder

  9. #79
    Wren. It's just ridiculous.
    Derek. MY teenage crush's name. I now can't stand him.
    The name I was given at birth!
    Cat Mom to Mister Ellis.

  10. #80
    Join Date
    Apr 2018
    Location
    UK
    Posts
    282
    Yes to UK place names as further up the thread - I cannot see Camden as a child's name for the life of me.

    Otherwise - Probably Everly/Ember/Emberly (pretentious Emily in my mind) or any of the other linked names.
    For boys, I really dislike the animal names Wolf/Wolfe/Fox/Foxe/Bear etc. especially when they have the unnecessary E's on the end.
    Douglas Arthur, Joseph Clement, Edmund Rupert, Wilfred John, Ernest James

    Winifred Maeve, Vera Lucille, Sylvia Helen, Dorothea June, Edith Anne

    Emma | uk | teacher

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