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One name that popped into mind was Roscoe! Roscoe Harvey has the same style as some of the other names you mentioned, whilst it still has the quirkyness of names like Ezra. It also beautifully combines the o sound in Theo and Leo that you liked. Iris and Roscoe sound beautiful together! If you like oliver and nobody’s pinched it yet, go for it as it is gorgeous with iris and harvey as a middle name. If I were to choose one from your list of contenders I would go for augustine, but maybe just go for August? I don’t know if the US is important to you (arlo pronounciation) but it is newly popualr over there and would suite fine.
Adore this name! Since there is a strong o on the end of Aurelio, perhaps you could soften it with a softer vowel ending middle name? Or go for something super uusual to complement aurelio’s uniqueness!
If you do go with cosette, perhaps look at names that complement the o or s sound in that name. It will help them flow together!
Cosette and olivia (too common probbaly)
cosette and zara
cosette and zoe (s and o in one!)
cosette and ottilie
cosette and orla
cosette and rosalie
I’m guessing that there aren’t any middle names to honour family that you want to use, so if cosette is what you end up going for perhaps you could use:
cosette is a hard name to put with a lot of middle names as it has a lot of constanant aounds and doesn’t flow easy with a lot of vowel middle names! To me cosette as a middle name sounds better in a lot of scenarios: example your daughter isla’s name flows better as “Isla cosette“ than “cosette Isla”
Borrowing this from Nameberry. Think of it as an extended Love Like Lose mixed with Drop Your Least Fave.
1. Move two names you like from Purgatory to Heaven hhh2. Move two names you don't like from Purgatory to Hell hhh3. Move one name you don't like from Heaven to Purgatory4. Move one name you like from Hell to Purgatory
Goal: Once all names are in Heaven or Hell, with none left in Purgatory, Heaven: Maeve, Fiona, Stella, Skye, Ruby, Evangeline, Mila, Etta, Natalie, Finley, Lola, Naomi, Callie, mArden, Zoey, Vada, Serena, Estelle, Annika, Grace, Dahlia, Macy, clover, collette
Purgatory: Adria, Alaska, Allison, Alita, Ardith, Aubrielle, Audrina, Augusta, Aurelina, Avril, Babette, Bea, Bella, Bibiana, Blakely, Bonnie, Brenna, Briony, Brooke, Cadence, Cameron, Carmen, Celia, Chelsea, Cheyenne, Clare, Coco, Daisy, Danielle, Danika, Della, Delfina, Elaine, Electra, Elise, Ellen, Ellis, Elliot, Emily, Ethel, Evelyn, Faline, Farah, Fatima, Flora, Florence, Gemma, Gia, Gigi, Gloria, Gretchen, Hadley, Halley, Harlowe, Harriet, Hazel, Henrietta, Hillary, Ida, India, Ines, Inga, Iris, Isabel, Jada, Jane, Jaya, Jenna, Jetta, Johanna, Jubilee, Junia, Kalani, Kathleen, Katia, Kayla, Keely, Lauren, Lenore, Lennox, Lindley, Liv, Lizzie, Lorena, Loretta, Maggie, Marceline, Maritza, Marta, Maura, Melina, Meredith, Mirabel, Morena, Nadia, Neoma, Nora,Nova, Odetta, Olive, Opal, Owen, Padma, Phillipa, Pilar, Philomena, Poppy, Quinn, Rafaela, Ramsey, Rebecca, Remi, Rhiannon, Rita, Rosario, Rose, Saga, Savina, Sheila, Sienna, Summer, Tallulah, Teagan, Tessa, Thandi, Theresa, Ulani, Uma, Vale, Valentina, Vanessa, Vienna, Viveca, Waverly, Whitney, Winter, Winifred, Xanthe, Xiamara, Yael, Yanna, Yelena, Ysabel, Zadie, Roxanne, True
Hell: Baylor, Zelinda, Bexley, Carly, Zita, Topaz, Isaboo, Pixie, Topanga, Tierney, Emmalou, Missy, Quinta, Fabia, Dixie, Dolly, Satine, Snow, Quorra, Trista, Navy, Jessa, Xylah
Sanford is so stunning! How about Staniford or Stanley?
other ugly (spoiler they’re beautiful) names could be
Monroe (I know m wasn’t a preferred initial but how cute is Mo?) Lawrence, Rigby, Montgomery (monty as nn), Clarence, Murray, Eugene, barnaby, Marty
Goldeheve (not sure if I got the spelling right but little goldie would be so gorgeous!), Edith, mavis, gwen, doreen, maureen, Bernadine (It means little bear - yes please)
from your list i would go with Eloise as it beautifully incoporates your daughter emilia with the E and also mateo and noah with the cute o sound.
good luck! xo
congrats on baby girl! How lovely is juliette! Some middle names could be
could you go with julietta? It might give some names ur not keen on a gorgeous sound
julietta with any of the above middle names is super cute!
beautiful names! maybe try something a little bit alternative to your faves likes
adelaide (too similar to amelia?)
julienne - pronounced joo-lee-enne with a french ending
some that popped into mind are
dana - pronounced day-nah so not too matchy to anna
maddie by itself
such lovely names already! i agree that vivian is too similar, but only because it starts with a VI like VIolet. you could still use a v name like veronica, but i suggest avoiding VI names as much as possible. pheobe and violet are very fittung, but i cant help but feel that lila has a very different vibe. still sounds good together though!
you might love these ones too xoxo
gorgeous names! if you like slightly alternative nature name, i would suggest
my top picks from this list are lavender, clover and ivy, as it has the same amount of syllablys as olive and violet, it has the same "old fashioned" nature theme and they tie the 'V' in both your girls names which is absolutely lovely.
say you do pick ivy, lavender or clover, if there isnt a family name that you will use, here are some pretty suggestions:
Ida, Idalia, Idella, Ilana, Ilaria, Ileana, Iliana, Ilse, Iman, Imani, Imelda, Imogen, Ina, Inara, India, Indiana, Indigo, Ines, Inez, Inga, Ingrid, Iola, Iona, Ione, Ireland, Irene, Irie, Irina, Iris, Isa, Isabel, Isabelle, Isabetta, Isadora, Isannah, Isla, Isley, Isobel, Iva, Ivette, Ivy, Ivyanna
iola - sounds like hole which isnt very flattering!
alison is so gorgeous although personally i cant see it on a baby or little girl!
i love blossom as a middle name especially if youre going to be saying her full name a lot, it flows really nicely with a lot of names. just out of curiosity, did you first hear blossom from SJ Strum on youtube? her little girl is evalina blossom and thats where i first heard the name.
alison blossom doesnt flow too well in my opinion, so having a second middle name in between is a great option.
alison lia blossom - not sure about the flow, almost too short!
alison sana blossom - too many 's' sounds!
alison mari blossom - gorgeous and flows beautifully!
some other options
most of the middle name suggestions start with 'L', because i think it links the l in aLison and bLossom really nicely so that the name feels consistent
alison liana blossom
alison luna blossom
alison tia blossom (i know i said lia seemed too short, but tia seems to sound 'bigger' than lia)
alison laura blossom
alison lara blossom
alison lana blossom
is austen going to be bubs middle or last name? personally i think youve chosen beautiful names, but i cant help but make a connection to "jane austen", as in the author. there could be names that include jane in the name (such as janet) but dont sound like jane and therefore avoiding having that reference to jane austen. some suggestions to go with Lindy Austen:
jana danielle (pronounced yah-na, but honors the name jane)
what is your style of naming? narrowing that down might give you a good starting point for other name inspiration
congrats! some names that might fit with gabriel and felicity are
archie, henry, lachlan, luca, lucien, landen, lewis, rory
adelaide, athena, isla, august, alora, alessia (a-less-ee-ah), annabelle
goodluck with bub xoxo
thankyou so much for all your comments! i know youve commented on some names as being biblical, which im totally fine with, but just to clarify i dont like the biblical names like "jedidiah", "bartholemew" ect.
i LOVE your name choices! no im just playing around with names but i hope one day ill have a big family to give all these names to!
congrats on baby girl! until i read thr 'traditional' spelling of spot, i was thinking maybe it was pronounced sport or spout. Spot would be such a cute nickname for a name like Spencer, Sparke or Sparrow. have you thought of the name Dot or Dottie? it could be a lovely name by itself or a gorgeous nickname for somthing like dorothea, dora, pandora, theodora, dorris, dominique or doreen. another gorgeous name if you like the 'ot' sound is lottie, which couuld be short for charlotte, scarlerte, collette, nicolette, violet or odette.
actually, odette could be a fn for the nn dot aswell!
Adria & Brigid, Alessanda & Seraphina, Alexa & Hailey, Allison & Caroline, Aurora & Juniper, Avalon & Calliope, Avril & Suri, Beatrix & Faye, Brenna & Shelby, Cadence & Vanessa, Chanel & Valentina, Dinah & Calla, Ella & Tasha, Ellen & Olive, Elsa & Heidi, Gloria & Adeline, Jennifer & Gillian, Jordan & Blake, Kenzi & Sierra, Lauren & Raquel, Leona & Maeve,, Luna & Eve, Marina & Sabine, Mia & Claire, Morgan & Riley, Nadia & Bianca, Naomi & Simone, Oona & Elodie, Paisley & Kinley, Paulina & Hazel, Pippa & Lane, Ruby & Emma, Skyler & Harper, Thea & Maisie, Violet & Arden, Waverly & Brooke, Willow & Raven
libby and joelle are just both names i can only see on older ladies and not bubbas :(
claudette, super cute!
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