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I love Lotus and Lux alot! Maybe because I have a thing for unusual names? I don't like Lani and Liselle sorry. Lotus and Lux would make great middle names.
I like both combining long names with each other, ex: Morgana Nightingale and long short name combinations, ex: Suvolta Rey and Rua Andariman. June isn't suitable to my naming style but Sevdalinka Haziran is a name I will consider.
I love Theo and Ezra! My suggestions would be
Aleah & Ivy!! I don't know why but sibset 3 is my favorite.
Luna, Nika and Mia are too similar to your daughter's names. Mina Anais or Mina Irene can be middle name options too. Sophie Anais, Sophie Mila are really cute too.
Iris - means liberty in Turkish too btw
Violet - nice but I prefer Victoria and Vittoria more.
Isobelle - Isobel and Isadora are better IMO. Isobel Vesper, Isobel Victoria or Isobel Vittoria would be great!
Pauline is better for me. Nice name but I don't like Paul itself so I am just neutral about it.
Diana - I LOVE DIANA! Omg.. Such a great name.
Leo - gets really popular due to being an -o ending short name. Milo, Kylo and Arlo are other examples of it. What about using it as a nn? Leonard(o) nn Leo or Leopold nn Leo would be great. They are rarer than the nickname after all
Jasper - liek this alot. I also love Casper and Gaspar.
According to top 100 of UK for 2016 Ella is #16 while Florence is #26 and Millie is #29.. I think an uncommon name will be a better choice. There is also Elizabeth at #37 which can have many nn options. For boys Alexander is #22. They could easily found a better international name sigh - although Ela/Ella/Ala and Alexander/Iskender can still work.
Combinations and sibsets I like
Luna Seren + Seth Lars
Soileil Aura + Flynn Troy
Sophie Iris + James Flynn
Esme Odette + Seth James
Luna Seren + Soleil Aura + Flynn Troy
Sophie Iris + Esme Odette + James Flynn
Sophie Iris + Seth James + Esme Odette
Oh so the babies (can) have middles too, even if she isn't observant in religious beliefs I still wanted a beautiful Arabic name that isn't Muhammad or Aisha. Like there is Iqra, Isra and Hira I really like. From boys there is Kays/Qais and prophet names can be used to - if bigotry is an issue Isa or Nuh can be good choices as well. What is the significance of British names to the family? Are Amal or George part British? Have family or live there? Florence will be much better than Ella, Florence and Alexander suits as sibset too.
Çağrı is scary because it has cedilla, soft g and dotless i but it might be easy to say too. Ç is ch as I mentioned before and soft g has No sound of its own. Dotless i has the sound of ae in Michael. Aslan is a Narnia character which makes it familiar but he isn't God like in Turkey. Aslan is the zodiac sign of Leo, the animal lion and a historical character Alpaslan. Thank you for liking Öktem - it is a name for the center pole inside of a yurt and also a literature character. I first heard Masal on a boy in a TV series in Turkey and absolutely fall in love with the name, and couldn't believe they used the name on a boy since it felt feminine the first time. I love bird names too! And nature names in general. I will try to post more about Turkish and Turkic (both Shaz and Lir) names or names I like from different cultures like Lazuri, Circassian and Albanian from now on.
I was actually expecting something more traditional from Amal's side since she is Muslim but nah. They can choose another spelling like Skander or Iskender - Ela or Ala? Or middle names to spice it up.
It was great to learn some things about Old English! The soft g can turn into y sound with vowels like e/I in Turkish too. And has a more dominant sound with Eastern/Southeastern/Azeri dialects but I mainly speak Istanbul Turkish so.
"Soft g" or ğ actually has no sound! It just lengthens the previous vowel and names like Kağan and Tuğba are also written as Kaan and Tuba. But I am not sure if Tuğrul can become Turul :/ But g isn't a good standart in since people can think there is a g sound in the name. İ also has the same problem with Ç turning into C since Ç is the ch sound and c can be s or s.
I agree with your Faith/Fatih combo and I actually had this problem writing in Turkish and I created Faith Sultan Mehmed lmao. But I am glad my favorites are usable.
That's okay I know Bilge's negative associations before and it never bothered me. There are also English names like Anne and Erik that can be problems since Anne means mother and Erik means plum lol.
Thank you! I guess -a ending names are really popular.