I am a name enthusiast and a big fan of Noah P.
I like your ideas, but preferably her name wouldn't end in a vowel. Do you have any suggestions that fit that criterion? The surname idea sounds perfect! I'll definetly use it. Thanks for the platinum input!
Heaven: Mallory, Josephine, Veronica, Melody, Tabitha, Raven, Clara, Trista, Chelsea, Natalie, Tessa, Carmen, Summer, Fiona, Rhiannon, Roxanne, Agnes, Sasha, Farah, Kathleen, Astrid, Sadie, Ava, Greta, Penelope, Sloane, Martina, Marley, Ida, Danielle, Lucy, Nancy, Anya, Whitney, Poppy, Zoe, Lorelei, Vanessa, Ivy, Reagan, Ines, Nina, Mila, Annika, Daisy, Brooke, Sidney, Jessa, Kayla, Quinn, Helena, Scarlett, Maren, Kendall, Olive, Ashlyn
Purgatory: Florence, Leia, Mariana, Odessa, Skye, Yasmina, Kelsey, Lizzie
Hell: Naya, Zinnia, Lavinia, Yael, Lumen, Bay, Nola, Parker, Xanthe, Jules, Magnolia, Enid, Giada, Pilar, Lourdes, Verity, Brittney, Bea, Briar, Camilla, Juniper, Waverly, Elka, Lindley, Georgette, Lexi, Delta, Vada, Wren, Ellery, Kennedy, Charlie, Myra, Dahlia, Rowan, Lane, Rosario, Allegra, Ruby, Hillary, Gabriella, Evelyn, Raquelle, Edie, Etta, Blythe, Ginny, Amity, Riley, Gigi, Calliope, Della, Paula, Octavia, Mirabel, Bailey
Buffy. It feels silly.
Babette, Baelynne, Bailee, Baileigh, Bailey, Bailie, Baisley, Baja, Bali, Barb, Barbara, Barcelona, Basilia, Bathsheba, Bay, Baylee, Bayrose, Beatrice, Beatris, Beatriz, Beatrix, Bebe, Becca, Beckett, Becky, Bedelia, Belaney, Belen, Belina, Belinda, Bell, Bella, Belladonna, Bellamy, Bellatrix, Belle, Bellina, Bellona, Benedicta, Bergen, Bernedina, Berkleigh, Bernadetta, Bernadette, Bernita, Bertha, Bertie, Beryl, Bess, Bessa, Bessie, Beth, Bethan, Bethany, Bethesda, Betsey, Betsy, Bette, Bettie, Betty, Beulah, Beverlee, Beverlie, Beverly, Bevin, Bianca, Biddy, Bijou, Billie, Billiejean, Billiejo, Bina, Birdie, Bjork, Blaise, Blake, Blakely, Blakelyn, Blair, Blanca, Blanche, Bliss, Blue, Blythe, Bobette, Bobbi, Bolivia, Bonnelle, Bonita, Bonnie, Bonny, Bostyn, Bradleigh, Braedyn, Braelynn, Braiden, Brailey, Branca, Brandee, Brandi, Brandie, Brandilyn, Brandis, Brandy, Braylene, Brea, Breannon, Breckyn, Bree, Breeanna, Breelyn, Breena, Breeze, Brenda, Brenna, Breonna, Brett, Bria, Brianna, Brianne, Briar, Brickley, Bridget, Bridgette, Brielle, Brigid, Brigitta, Brigitte, Briley, Brinlee, Brionna, Briony, Brista, Bristol, Britania, Britney, Britt, Britta, Brittany, Brittney, Bronwen, Bronwyn, Brook, Brooke, Brookelle, Brooklee, Brooklyn, Brooklynne, Bryana, Bryce, Brynn, Brystal, Buena, Bunny
RosieLea mentioned that I might want to take into account her traditionalist parents' naming tendencies, and I whole-heartedly agree. That being said, in my working draft, the story takes place in early 20th century Southern USA, though that is potentially subject to change. Therefore, I think names that were popular in that era and had been popular for long enough to feel firmly grounded in the culture would be especially apt. Maybe even Christian Biblical names? Y'all are the goat, so thank you.
I like Annika, and, in fact, I know someone with that name who in some ways embodies the character.
Also, what a cool beans idea! I hadn't even thought of how the parents would name her. I guess I have something new to consider. Thank you, and be sure to stay swaggy.
Hmm, I think Anouk Stevenson would sound a bit off (though I personally like it). The consonant ending is a good idea, particularly with the sharp, plosive 't's in a few of your suggestions. I particularly like Charlotte because of the softer first sound. Thanks for the names; you've truly made some namazing suggestions.
I do like Ivanka, but I am worried about the political ramifications. Thanks for the suggestion, and be sure to have a lit day!