What's wrong with Florien???
Help! I need fresh new insight from strangers! Something is holding my husband and I back from finally committing to our top name choice and we can't figure out what it is!
We are in love with the name Florien for my baby girl. Solid name? It's perfect for us because I've never heard it before for an American female, is inspired by nature, it ends in -en, which I think holds power but is still ultra feminine, and I believe it will age well. But the more I try to commit to it the more I find myself doubting it.
One, of all the variants of Flor-- Fleur-- names, there are so many, this one doesn't appear for girls on this website/book! Why not? It's not THAT weird, is it?? Now I'm self-conscious about it!! And two, does the name tend to become too glutteral or does it come out sounding too swallowed? Is it uncomfortable to pronounce? Is that a problem you could see with it? Or no? What's going on here?
I'm also open to alternative spelling ideas. I chose this one because it was the most straight-forward. I changed the vowel from the masculine Florian to an e for a more feminine-looking Florien. Last name Anderson.
Would love your input!
Wed, 10/04/2017 - 2:58am