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January 15, 2018 01:42 PM

ok,  both names would suit,  both lovely - depends if you want a longer name for the birth certificate too or just go by Jenna

January 14, 2018 07:08 PM

I now a few girls that are Ezri and Ezra. 

I got the meanings from various websites

January 14, 2018 02:17 PM

I just say pick out the ones you like the best - you have lots of lovely names there and lots of classics too

love Amy (I have one), Emma, Laura, Olivia, Sophia, Sophie, Emily from your list the best - good strong names and easy to spell and pronounce. 

Middle names I usually go for family names

January 14, 2018 02:14 PM

not keen on Issa or Isa

what about Isadora, Isalia, Isanna, Isabeth, Isabetta, Isaline, Isabeau, Isamar

Isabelle is nice

January 14, 2018 02:02 PM

yes I agree

January 13, 2018 09:38 PM

Asher means happy, blessed   Felix is happy, fortunate or Felicity/Felicia

Makenna means happy one

Casey brave in battle

Riley courage

Ezri, Quillan strong

Valora courageous

January 13, 2018 09:16 PM


January 13, 2018 05:36 PM

Laura is classic, timeless,  easy to spell and pronounce.  When said aloud people may hear Loren - thinking boy - both nice names though

January 13, 2018 05:35 PM

If you like the name Jenna - use it,  its an accepted stand alone name,  I think Genevieve would be ok too.  Which country are you in?

January 13, 2018 05:32 PM


January 13, 2018 05:31 PM


January 12, 2018 09:38 PM

when my 2nd boy was born when my husband call his mum to tell her his name - she was on the intersection of both streets,  how ironic is that

January 12, 2018 09:35 PM

yes Daniel, Samuel, Gabriel, Ezekiel Lemuel, Nathaniel Zuriel Michael Joel Adiel Abel Amiel Jahzeel Jemuel  Hillel Azarel Abiel Uriel Reuel Azriel Abimael Azel  Immanuel Jahleel  Jehiel Kemuel Othniel Penuel Uzziel


Jamin Areli  Cyrus Dan Elah Elam Elon Enoch Gideon Haran Hiram Hirah Jabin Jachin Jared Javan Jeconiah Jedidiah Jeriah Jesse Jethro Joktan Jotham Judah Kenan Levi Mahlah Malachi Matthan Abidan Abijah Achan Adino Allon Amal Ami Amnon Amos Moses Anan Anath Aran Arieh Azariah Cain Caleb Canaan David Nahum Nehemiah Nekoda Neriah Noah Nimrod Obed Obediah Perez Phinehas Samson Saul Seth Shemer Tekoa Teman Tiras Tobiah Uri Uriah Uzziah Zaccai Zachariah Zadok Zalmon Zebediah Zebulun Zechariah Zedekiah Zephaniah Zerah Zimri Zion Ziba Oren

January 12, 2018 08:18 PM

Alexander is NT

January 12, 2018 08:10 PM

No I dont think it would be too much all having OT names.  Yes I just think it too non-Causasian

January 12, 2018 04:41 PM

I think it would be nice to have another OT  name - it would be nice to match

what about Eli instead of Elliott,  pity you have issues with Asher - its lovely

Omar I dont think would work

Ethan, Aaron, Jared, Jesse, Josiah, Joel, Levi, Michael, Noah, Reuben, Zachary, Micah, Noah, Tobias, Nathan, Zachary, Seth, Simon, Adam, Daniel, Joshua, David, Ariel, Benjamin, Ezra, Dathan, Jadon, Jarah, Joash, Jonah, Jonathan, Lemuel, Micaiah, Samuel, Shiloh, Simeon, Tobiah, Zion Gabriel


January 12, 2018 04:40 PM

Actually the first name that came to mind was Benjamin - the road name wouldnt worry me


if you want to keep Biblical and 6 letters - Joshua, Josiah, Tobias, Isaiah - to keep with 3 syllables (if you pronounce Samuel with 3),  Joseph, Nathan, Reuben, Daniel


Jonathan, Nathaniel, Zachary, Asher, Gabriel, Jacob, Joel, Michael, Jonah, David, Isaac, Jesse, Jeremiah, Zachariah

January 12, 2018 02:06 AM
In Response to Asele

Aysell Ayselle  Aasel Aasele  still too close to as***le

January 11, 2018 09:26 PM

Beatrice  Beatrix  Adelaide  Margaret Bridget Ida Lillian Lucille Kathleen Agatha Barbara Ada Annalise Annalisa Bernadette Delphine Dorothy Geraldine Guinevere Gwendolyn Rosalie


Patrick Sebastian William  Robert  Thomas  Theodore George Walter Vincent Arthur Frederick Malcolm Gilbert Wilbur Hugo Hugh Lincoln Lionel

January 11, 2018 03:39 PM
In Response to Asele

sorry dont like it,  probably could get some neg pronounciations.  Perhaps a better spelling is Aysel

Adele would be lovely though