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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2013

    A Sister for Acacia, Eliora, Olivet, and Juniper

    Hi Everyone! We just found out baby #8 is a girl! That makes for 5 daughters!

    Our other girls are Acacia Lily, Eliora Grace, Olivet Autumn, and Juniper Leigh.
    Our boys are Asher Joseph, Micah Paul, and Matthias William.

    Rather than giving a long list of criteria (we've considered a lot and are *really* pick), I thought I would just ask all you wonderful nameberries to come up with 5 favorite suggestions for names that would go well with our sibset. Maybe you all will come up with something we haven't thought of?

    Thanks in Advance!
    Tiana~Nomenclature addict ever since I couldn't find it on a key chain.
    "I can't believe my name was stolen by a Disney character."

    Asher Joseph~Acacia Lily~Micah Paul~Eliora Grace~Matthias William~Olivet Autumn~Juniper Leigh

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    My first thought was Camille.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Feb 2019
    1. Galilee: a strong, beautiful, Biblical name that I think work beautifully with your kiddos’ names. It’s not nature related, though it is a place name.

    2. Jemima: a Biblical name that means “dove,” which are a Christian symbol of faith, due to the verse about faith resting upon one’s shoulders like a dove during a baptism.

    3. Abilene: In the Book of Luke, Abilene is a serene meadow, full of warm breezes and beautiful things.

    4. Domitilla: A saint who use gardens were used as a cemetery in Rome. Her tombstone had an anchor on it, symbolizing her unwavering faith.

    5. Lilia: Lilies are a symbol of purity, faith, and Christianity. Lilia’s meaning is of the flower.

    Bonus suggestion: Cross. I know that that might seem a little on the nose, but I can definitely see Cross on a baby girl. It has a Christian meaning, but it is also a verb. To cross something is to get through it, to cross the valley and get to the other side with a better understanding.

    I also think Shepherd (for the shepherd and the lamb), Palmer (for the palms) and Gates (gates of Heaven) are all lovely names for a girl, but probably too unisex/masculine leaning for your family.

    The name Peregrine means “pilgrim,” which reminds me of the pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
    Last edited by jonquils; June 19th, 2019 at 01:02 PM.
    As the thunder rolled across the heavens, she sang . . .

    Cezanne Floral • Belphoebe Luna • Bloom Sabina • Dolly Sunday • Birdie Palmer • Delphine Moonlight • Beatrix Wildflower • Boheme Alice • Clover Apolline • Zelda Oceane • Margot Bluebird • Revie Josephine • Lulu Nightingale • Rue Amalia • Storm Luella • Echo Adalind • Sage Endellion • Indigo Elowen • Isabeau Gleam • Anouk Winter • Annabella Darling

  4. #7
    Join Date
    May 2013
    I do adore your children’s names.
    Acacia, Eliora, Olivet, Juniper &


    *honourable mention: Zenaida. This name is so beautiful and so underused. I do recognize that it is somewhat different in style and origin than most of your children’s names. But I think it could fit in quite well.
    azul liberty • fen lavender • lua saffron • vale ferelith • yael reverie

    esker sterling • fen brighton • koa peregrin • march remington

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    Your kids names are stunning!

    Acacia, Eliora, Oliviet, Juniper, Asher, Micah, Matthias and...

    Sarai Matilda|Romilly Charlotte|Ginevra Snow|Ilaria Winter
    Ezra Apollo|Tristan Rafferty|Sholto Felix|Otto Elias

    Elara Juno|Frankie Mabel|Ginny Delilah|Heidi Elowen
    Elliott Harbour|Franklin Jonah|Gideon Reeves|Hareton Milo


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