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  1. #1
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    Looking for a beautiful, feminine baby girl name

    Hi ladies,
    Help please! We’re a few weeks away from meeting our baby girl and we are SO stuck on names!
    We want something beautiful, feminine but not too common! The ones we have so far are below... please give comments, ideas for nicknames for these and I would also love to hear others we may not have thought of yet!

    Our son is named Fynn.

    Thanks so much!

    Ella
    Bailey / Bailee
    Reese
    Josie
    Georgia
    Blakely
    Keira
    Amelia (love it but a close friend has just named her daughter this so it’s out)

  2. #2
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  3. #3
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    Hmm...
    Firstly I love Fynn! You could go for something short & spunky that would work with Fynn here are some suggestions...
    Cassia ~ Fynn & Cassia
    Juno ~ Fynn & Juno
    Effie ~ Fynn & Effie
    Belle ~ Fynn & Belle
    Nina ~ Fynn & Nina
    Lila ~ Fynn & Lila
    Clara ~ Fynn & Clara
    Posey ~ Fynn & Posey
    Iris ~ Fynn & Iris
    Violet ~ Fynn & Violet

    Ella - it’s a really pretty name and works with Fynn.
    Bailey/Bailee - not keen on this one feels like a dog’s name.
    Reese - I really like this name it’s cute but I wouldn’t say it fits your criteria of wanting a feminine name it feels very tomboy
    Josie - this is a cute name and I think works as a name in its own right as a sister for Fynn
    Georgia - I can see the appeal of the name Georgia but I personally dislike George and all the variants including Georgia.
    Blakely - feels trendy not keen would prefer just Blake
    Keira - I like Keira it’s a pretty Irish inspired choice prefer Ciara spelling wise (the original Irish spelling) but I see the appeal in Keira
    Amelia - it’s a nice name as it’s taken what about Emmeline?

    Hope this helped
    ~~both my handsome boys & lovely ladies are under major reconstruction~~





    Just exploring the world of names not planning on having any babies any time soon

  4. #4
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    Ella - very common, but pretty. Likely does not meet your “not too common” criteria
    Bailey - Unisex and maybe doesn’t meet your criteria that you would like “feminine” name
    Reece - same as above, being a unisex name
    Josie - I like it and it fits with Fynn. It would be nice as a nickname for Josephine too.
    Georgia - lovely and has a Southern Belle vibe
    Blakey - Nice
    Keira - Nice
    Amelia isn’t useable for you but maybe you would like Amelie. It’s similar, but different.

    Suggesting.....

    Lila
    Esme
    Alesia
    Brinley
    Zoe/Zoey
    Eliza
    Ivy

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  7. #7
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    Congratulations!! I also love feminine names for girls! From your list I love Ella, Keira and Amelia best. I also like the others but ones like Josie feel more like a nickname for a longer formal name like Josephine. Bailey and Reese strike me as more gender neutral personally.

    Here are some other ideas:
    If Amelia is taken, how about:
    Amari
    Emmeline
    Mila
    Amy
    Aurelia
    Aurora
    Naomi
    Noemi

    Other ideas for feminine names include:
    Carissa
    Eloise
    Lola
    Freya
    Isla
    Poppy
    Maeve
    Adelaide
    Phoebe
    Genevieve

  8. #8
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    Keira, Georgia, and Josie seem to meet your criteria best. With the brother name, I really like Keira! If you are concerned about popularity, I would cross Ella off your list.
    Ellen Virginia * Nancy Eleanor * May Genevieve * Celia Madeleine * Audrey Claire * Bess Emilia
    Nathaniel Francis * Leo Edmund * Benedict Henry * Virgil Blaise * Joseph Malachi * Timothy Jerome

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    Sybil Josephine * Edith Augusta * Catherine Ginevra * Molly Catriona *

  9. #9
    I like the name Josie, but what if it was short for something longer like Jocelyn or the less popular Josina?
    You could also try:
    Arabel (Ari,Bel,Abby)
    Alana
    Catheryn/Catherin/Catheren/Katherin
    Kaitlyn
    Maielle(May,Ellie)
    Rosalyn
    Avanna
    Adalyn
    Sorena
    Queenie
    Reyna
    Tillie
    Margaret
    Madelyn
    Elisabetha
    Isa
    Dee-dee(Deeana)
    Kylie
    Miley
    Olivia
    Cintia
    Ramona
    Arabella(Bella)
    Katalyna

  10. #10
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    Hi there.

    I love Fynn!

    Here are my thoughts on your list:

    Ella-This is lovely. Short, sweet, vintage, grows up well. I don't know of any nns other than Elle or Ellie. I actually kind of find Ella nick-namey on its own, although I like just Ella w/just Fynn. But just in case, Ella can be a nn for Eloisa, Estella, Eleanora, Miriella?

    Bailey / Bailee-Meh, I don't know. This seems sort of trendy & lacking substance. Sort of super popular for dogs too. And it's not very feminine.

    Reese-This would be nice as a brother for Fynn, but not a sister in my opinion. Even though it's probably more popular for girls, it's traditionally a boy name.

    Josie-Fynn & Josie are adorable, but I really love Josephine. Josephina is also pretty. Josie is just really nick-namey to me, but at least it's a sweet name.

    Georgia-This is nice. Has a Southern Belle feel, which is charming. I love the nns Georgie & Gigi. I even more like Georgina & Georgiana. They're fancier, which may or may not be what you're looking for.

    Blakely-This seems very trendy & made up.

    Keira-Oh, I don't know. It sounds pretty, but this spelling bugs me. I feel like the pronunciation is confusing. Is it 'Kee-air-uh' or 'Keer-uh'? I think that if you're looking for the former, you should spell it Ciara. And the latter, Kira. Does that make sense? I think that Ciara looks & sounds beautiful. And Gaelic next to Fynn.

    Amelia-I love this! It's my kitty's name. Too bad that you can't use it, but at least you get to know one. .

    Other ideas:

    Azalea

    Chloe

    Calla

    Eloise

    Eve/Evie

    Eliya

    Gemma

    Indigo

    Ivy

    Juliet

    Lilie

    Lucy

    Maisy...but I think that it's better as a nn. Maybe you'd like Madeline nn Maisy?

    Magnolia

    Nora

    Primrose/Rosie/Posy

    Rosalie

    Ruby

    Stella

    Skye-That's so cool w/Fynn.

    Sadie

    Tallula

    Violet

    Zella

    Hope this helps.
    Fur mommy to Amelia Skye, Artemis Sebastian & Fiona Beatrix

    Favorite girls: Guinevere, Daisy, Clementine, Greta, Eleanor, Adeline, Felicity

    Favorite boys: Colm, Ewan, Julian, Shiloh, Nolan

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