Name+Surname

Please give us your complete and honest opinions on the combination Emma Montgomery. Is it pretty/feminine/blunt/etc. What are you first associations?

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April 2, 2018 6:28 AM

I think it is ok,  but may have a stumbling issues Em ma mon - Emily/Amy would work better  - Emma and Emily are both pretty and feminine

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April 2, 2018 11:54 AM

I don't have a problem going from Em-ma to Mon but I don't like the slight rhyme of Emily Montgomery. Of course that's a very subjective thing. 

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April 2, 2018 7:24 AM

I love Emma Montgomery! It sounds very elegant - I wouldn't be surprised to read about a nineteenth-century society lady named Emma Montgomery - without being frilly or sounding like someone you couldn't take seriously. It's a name that I think could suit any personality or career path. If it's the name you like the best, then I can't see any downsides to it at all.

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April 2, 2018 11:49 AM

I like Emma Montgomery. It's such a long surname that having a shorter first name balances it well I think, I would say it was on the pretty/feminine side but without being frilly. Emma is one of those names that for me has so many associations it's basically the same as having none (because there is no one overwhelming association that comes to mind).