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I have a list here of girls names from the new school my daughter attends in the mid-atlantic region. this is from a 1st grade valentine's day exchange list.
Brianna, Eric, Mirabella, Jackie, Jimier(m), Kyle, Jaiden, Kaden, Zenyce, Kimberly, Emma, Amariyah, Faith, Isabella, Kaylee, jayden, Josiah, Mekirah(f), Adrien, Cristy, Cambria, Cristianna, Isaiah, Ashlynn, Alaynna
How about those names and spellings? What a mixture of styles.
Henry Joel is my favorite combination
i like the name, but would like to suggest simplifying the spelling to Islet or Ayelet or Eyelet
they call her Joey, just like that. i thought it would've been the french way, as well. also, i found out the there are two kie' erah's (who would figure?) and one is called kiki, to help them differentiate. the pronunciation is kee-air-ah
how do you feel about either Julian, Christian, or Adrian? I should add Grant. it is a favorite of mine that i had planned to use if my last one had been a boy.
i know an August or Augustin, who goes by Auggy. Gus is another possibility. a suggestion i have is Harrison or Pierce or even Martin. i like August or any variant of that, though.
Also, Carl, just occured to me.
perhaps Danner- there is a female news anchor w this first name, or Arden or Paisley or Perry or Erith
i would like to suggest Tamsin or Juniper.
i like Elsa Liora, but that goes against the whole lion connotation, i guess. the other middles you picked are nice, too.
Zoerhenne! so excited to have you back. we have been wondering where you disappeared to, but no matter, just glad you returned. hope your health is well. dana
so basically, most people will hear Cyrus Dancy all his life, right? now he just needs brothers Rusty and Dan.
though i love Alexander, Andrew is the one that appeals to me. however, i just realized that one reason it may have stood out with Juliet, is because of Julie Andrews-ha,ha. either way, Andrew still gets my vote.
more Ar sounding names are:
Martin ( a particular favorite of mine with your girls),
Marvin (time to bring it back?)
Larson (surnamey and seems to fit with todays naming trend)
p.s. i have always liked Ari as well. maybe if more non-jewish users used it, then it would become more mainstream.
Ira is another, i think Ari and Ira would be cute twin boy names.
thanks Ozy, that is a good tip.
I have always preferred Kathleen over Katherine. I'm probably the only person who does, but i say, go with Kathleen!
Like your naming style ,Sharalyns.
love that you call Margaret - Daisy, Laura V.
from you initial list, i like Eden Georgia the best. however, if you decide to go with Georgia first, after your father, then i would like to suggest Gia as a nickname, since you indicated liking short, snappy names. my sister in law is named Georgia, and i call her Gia. by the way, as a side note, she is the first one i've met, but since having met her almost 7 years ago, i notice that any Georgias i see on tv or in life, are always extremely attractive, which i find to be a plus.
every day i pass a church named St.Paul In Chains. that evokes such a strong visual image to me that is very unpleasant and startling.
i just met a girl with a 4 year old named Isabella and a newborn named Annabelle, that's lots of bells.
also, someone else i know, who wants to have twins, said she would use Seth and Beth for a girl/boy combo!