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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
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    -bump.

    any more ideas? :-?
    I don't know my name.

  2. #8
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    Sep 2018
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    Something like Cheyanne

    How about Shay?

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Nov 2017
    Posts
    122
    Tessa or Tess comes to mind. It strikes me as feminine but not frilly.
    *Levi Tait, Anya Jeannette and Naomi Wren*

    Vivienne Claire ~ Madeleine Eve ~ Sylvie Arden ~ Tessa

    Judson Bennet - Declan Reed - Elliott Laith - Thatcher Lee - Evander James

  4. #12
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Posts
    903
    My first thought is to use something like Shea or Shae for the Cheyenne sound but without using the name Cheyenne.

    What’s your grandmother’s name?

    I’d look for unisex names or names that aren’t too girly.

    I once thought I’d change my name for sure, but no name felt like “me”. I had to grow into my name and today I love it and wouldn’t change it for anything. But the journey is different for everyone.

    What would your name have been, had you been a boy? From your parents or your grandmother.

    You could also look for a name in your family tree or get inspired by the area you’re from (any well-named rivers or mountains? A prominent tree or animal?).

    How do you feel about word or virtue names? You could choose a name that represents a value that’s important to you. True, Faith, Aletheia or Alethey (Greek for “truth”), Valor.

    One of my fav word names for both sexes is Arrow.

    Good luck!
    Sage (*2013)
    Auriel (MC 2017)
    Ta.las (*2019)

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Dec 2017
    Location
    Brasil
    Posts
    624
    Ember: like Amber, but more boyish
    Cora
    Anouk
    Oona / Una
    Anya
    Blaise
    Clover
    Frankie
    Dove
    Greta
    Eliot
    Gwen
    Ivy
    Joss
    Lu
    Kaya
    Lee / Leigh
    Dylan
    Pola
    Liesel / Liesl
    Quinn / Quincy
    Willa / Willow
    Mila / Miller
    Mercy
    Zazie

    I think a short, "funky" name is a great way to go. Cheyenne is ok as a middle in my opinion. Is there something more concrete about your life which we can draw inspiration from? Like, I was born in a port city so blue, sea and water are thematics I like to look for in names.
    Anouk Soledad & Marco Galahad
    Gwendolen Lucía & Charlie Edison
    John Lucien & Ada Bellatrix

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