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  1. #11
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    This is just for fun, but It seems you would have to keep the first with a D to match with the youngest. If you use a C it would match the first two. If you used an L the last two, thus, using a D as a first initial would link Lucy and Alice. Since it was difficult to use a short d name with your middles I revived them to have a better flow:

    Darcy Audriane
    Deidre Audine
    Demi Audra
    Dessi Audrayna

  2. #12
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    Dulcie was my first thought as well! Also Cordella/Della. I like the suggestion of Darcy!

    Gloria
    Becca/ Becky
    Jenna
    Beth
    Cecily
    Molly
    Celine
    Vicky
    Ursa
    Gracie
    Callie
    Macy
    Nancy
    Sylvia
    Janice
    Cindy
    Jocie
    Elsie
    Doris
    Sybil
    Cate
    Betty
    Last edited by river_dweller; July 12th, 2019 at 04:33 PM.
    Mary | Felicity | Evangeline | Winifred | Elizabeth | Mae | Joan | Alice | Dorothy | Bernadette | Eleanor

    William | Johnny | Hugh | Conrad | Leonard | Ian | Lionel | Barnaby | Isaac | Hugo | Grover | Harvey

  3. #13
    Diane Audra or Diana Audrey fits nicely in this sibset.

    Dorothy Audra
    Danielle Audrey
    Devy Audra
    Alastair Jack · Cedric Louis · Felix Theodore · Elliot Jude
    Alex · Teddy · Fox · Leo

    Charlotte Luna · Matilda Poppy · Beatrice Juno · Amelia Ruth
    Coco · Tilda · Birdie · Millie

  4. #14
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    The first name that came to mind was Emma; however, I’m not sure it’s flows well with Audrey. Some other ideas:


    Delia
    Della
    Dinah
    Dora
    Edith
    Fern
    Frances
    Iva
    Ivy
    Maisie
    Mary
    Nell
    Pearl
    Rose
    Ruth
    Sally

  5. #15
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    Helen


    Persephone Aurora Dove • Phoebe Silena Owl • Rosamund Eliana Rahab
    Elsa • Celia • Guinevere • Esme • Selene • Evangeline • Hadassah • Annabel • Yvaine • Vesper • Ophelia • Meg • Juliet • Pia
    Judah Leonidas • Remington Hezekiah • Thaddeus Newt • Taran Elias Psalm
    Gareth • Damon • Kalixto • Boaz • Jedidiah • Anakin • Fagan • Percival • Wilder • Azaiah • Ezekiel • Koda • Sparrow • Canaan

  6. #16
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    Your daughters have beautiful names!

    I like how all three start and end with a different letter. It feels like they're all individuals but as the names are all the same style and number of syllables, you can tell they're sisters.

    I'm going to suggest some names for a fourth that follow the style and starts and ends with a different letter again.

    Violet
    Hazel
    Iris
    Edith
    Beatrix
    Evelyn

    And some that don't fit the criteria I mentioned but do contain C and L:

    Celia
    Cleo
    Felicity (bit long?)
    Chloe
    Millicent (Millie)
    Rachel
    Harriet Elizabeth Rose 'Hattie'
    Born December '18


    Ideas for #2:

    Eleanor Charlotte Jane 'Nell/Nellie'

    Florence. Matilda. Beatrice. Poppy. Alice. Charlotte. Emilia. Martha. Millie. Willow.

    Theodore Robin Charles 'Ted/Teddy'

    Edward. William. Alexander. Frederick. Thomas. Charles. Benjamin. James. Joseph. Max. Rory. Arlo. Sebastian. Toby.

  7. #17
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    Maxwell Abel 💙1/31/18
    Frances Marion 💖due 9/9/19

  8. #18
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    That is a lot of patterns in those names!!

    I'm struggling to think of girls names that start with D and contain a C and an L. I can only think of Dulcie and Delice/Delicia. Dulcie Audra is actually very sweet, and although it shares a sound with Lucy, at least it doesn't share a final letter.

    Otherwise:
    Donna Audrey - Donna has a bit of that retro vibe I get from Linda and Danielle, but it does share an ending
    Doreen/Dorine Audrey - this would be a unique ending, which I like, and again kind of retro
    Dorothy Audra - I really like Dorothy with your other girls' names - very classic
    Dina Audrey - again, shares an ending, but short and classic with a little punch like the other girls
    Daphne Audra - Daphne looks a bit longer written, but shares a short sound
    Doris Audrey - verrrry retro, but could feel spunky on a little girl nowadays
    Dollie Audra - more nickname-y than your other girls, but cute and old feeling still
    Deann Audrey - this would be a unique ending, and a fun name

    I would say overall with Alice, Clara and Lucy I like best Donna and Daphne.

    Some favorites:

    Alba ~ Liana ~ Soraya ~ Paola ~ Talita ~ Esperanza ~ Salma ~ Zulema ~ Dahlia

    Maceo ~ Pascal ~ Danilo ~ Bruno ~ Javier ~ Cosimo ~ Tiago ~ Gael ~ Orlán

  9. #19
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    Proud Mummy to Jude Barnaby
    ~ 9th March 2018 ~

  10. #20
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    The first name I thought of when I saw the subset was May but unfortunately it doesn't fit the criteria of starting with D.

    I also highly suggest Daisy which goes wonderfully with the sibset even though it doesn't have an L or a C.

    I also think Doris would be a great choice - Alice, Clara, Lucy and Doris make such an adorable vintage sibset!

    Here are some more suggestions for you:
    Della
    Dorcas
    Daphne
    Dahlia
    Delphine
    Dorothy
    Darcey/Darcy/Darcy
    Dolly
    Darla
    Aurora | Philippa | Estella | Nava | Chiara | Valentina | Raisa | Lavinia
    Edward | Maxim | Reuben | Leonardo | Matteo | Henry | Sebastian


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