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  1. #1016
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    Jan 2013
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    I noticed that you have missed a very usable Bible name!

    Apphia -- meaning "fruitful", she was Philemon's wife in the New Testament and a 1st century martyr under Nero. It has a pleasant sound and the "-ia" ending that is so popular right now.
    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. #1018
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    Jun 2013
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    I always wish that whenever I read an article from Nameberry, example the recent https://nameberry.com/blog/strong-sci-fi-namesakes-for-girls, some of the names you list arent in your database: Damaya, Majel, & Nalo.

    Why not each time an article is posted with new names, add them????

    Otherwise we have to make manual lists to track the new names suggested in the articles or bookmark the article itself in order to find the name again.
    ~*~ Guilty Pleasures ~*~

    Cecily Henrietta Marchelina Rebekah Cornelia Lane Severine

    Cassidy Drew Tristan Robin Kelly Artemis Lawrie


  3. #1020
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    Aug 2014
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    I made a list of Turkish boy names and I noticed Aslan is not lighten blue like Aydin but remains black? How come a popular name like Aslan is not part of the database?

    I also want to suggest these boy names

    Akel
    Honest

    Akin
    Attack, assault

    Alaz
    God of Fire from Turkic mythology

    Alp
    Brave, wise, hero

    Altan
    Gold

    Altay
    Altay mountains

    Aral
    Island

    Arda
    Caliph, heir

    Artuk
    Wealth
    Last edited by elifsu; March 30th, 2017 at 01:29 PM.


    Almila Sereday & Balamir Evren

    Mariye Tuyara | Timsal Rüya
    Haris Ender | Iklil Halyan

    Asil & Nesil


  4. #1022
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhyteappleby View Post
    Levent!
    Erol!
    Oh wow how interesting to see those two. I have also spotted Aslan a lot of times, Ilayda, Evren and Ender as Turkish names.

    Back to Levent and Erol~ Levent is an Ottoman Turkish name that means marine. Erol is coming from Er (man) + ol (be, to be) so it means be a man.
    It can be seen as a variant of Errol? Or is it just me who thinks two names are similar?


    Almila Sereday & Balamir Evren

    Mariye Tuyara | Timsal Rüya
    Haris Ender | Iklil Halyan

    Asil & Nesil


  5. #1024
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    Feb 2017
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    USA
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    Sorry if someone has already said this, but I noticed that Eibhlis and Eillish are named as variations on the name page for Eilis, but aren't listed on the site otherwise.
    Current Favorites:

    Elowen Aurora Winter ~ Evelyn Nevara Louise ~ Freya Evangeline Snow ~ Rosemary Alaska Dawn ~ Hazel Evanthe Rose

    Warren Augustus Jay ~ Charles Zachariah Jude ~ Samson Oliver Lark ~ James December Cody ~ Theodore Christopher River

    Ardith - Anwen - Bethany
    Victor - October "Toby" - Henry

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