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Blue for a girl and Mars for a boy.
Mai and Mavi in Turkish means blue either Arabic or Persian loadword
I like Toby as a nn for Tobias
Lincoln, Logan &
Christine, Anna &
Thank you I am still toying with the names - Jon, Flint, Edric then? For boys. And does Jon, Valeria, Flint, and Edric sounds good?
Tbh we don't have kr or kn sounds in Turkish - there are rk or ng or nd, and the first time I have seen Krenare in a site, there wasn't a pronounciation guide for me to understand how it would be pronounced. It is a word name, derived from krenar, and seem to be kre-Na-re ((according to behind the names)) -- kre will be kıre for me and I prefer re with out kı sound more.
So the traditional spelling of Jeyne will be better? I think changing spelling spices things in some cases.
I am not familiar with medication names since I don't tend to get sick easily. Thank you for Isobel Araminta Joy, it is a favorite of mine too.
Krenare > Rehnar would be a close pronounciation but I am not sure, I based it one the fact Albanian is a IE language too and their word for knight also has kr sound at the beginning since k in English is not pronounced I expect Kre to turn to Re.
Gillian has soft g sound like Jillian yes, it is from gilliflower - atleast her name is translated to Şebboy in Turkish.
Howland feels so surnamey so I thought it could be trendy, Reed Howland would work as a real people right?
Thank you for complimenting my naming style btw, do you think Keturah Jeyne or Keturah Joanna would work too? I can't be sure.
I love ASOIAF - the books so yes I am inspired by the series. Gilly and Joy are characters too. Alrisha is Arabic actually, Alrisha and Antares are star names. Galladon is from ASOIAF too, it is a name for Azor Ahai in Tarth - Brienne tells his story in the books while searching for Sansa/Arya. I used Vittoria because I love the name hehe Albanian/Circassian and Lazuri names are my underappreciated favorites. Whenever I can, I use them. Plus Jeyne Westerling is the queen I was robbed as well as Jeyne Poole plot shouldn't be given to Sansa. Jeyne was passed as Arya after all.
They made a great choice, if I want to express myself in a blunt way, they have a great taste imo. Congrats to them.
It's a great sibling set imo - I would suggest
Jude, Seth & Evelyn. I prefer Leyla as a spelling rather than Layla.
Frederick and Theomore will be names I would love to add this list.
Alp, Bay, Guz, Jon, Rey, Rua, Val, Zeo these are my favorite three letter names
I love classic names and names that can hava a royal feel too. Genevieve, Charlotte and Josephine has their place in my list too. I like Diana because I associate it with a character too but Elizabeth Diana has a better flow imo.
Elizabeth Diana or Sophie Elizabeth Diana - what a mighty fine Tate you have
Zai-Ah among the two but I will certainly pronounce it Zeye-Uh the first time, that's because I automatically think of the Turkish name lol. Zaya - also written as Yada - means Jade and is also called rain stone, important in Kaman / Shamanic tradition of Turkic peoples.
I use my middle name daily because I hate my first name - but since both my first name and middle are short names (think of Eva and Rae) people make it a one name Evarae. Evarae isn't my real name btw - it is an example, and a name I really like!
Elowen Freya - love Elowen alot, Freya is nice too
Aurelia Willow - Willow is so darling, Aurelia nn Elia is nice too but not my style
Juniper Léonie - love both name but accent is confusing I prefer Leo as as a nn too, lion is lion in both genders.
Magnolia Eden - my least favorite I don't like neither names, and Magnolia spelling bothers me a bit - Manolya is better IMO.
Florence Amaia - Florence is nice but Amaia is nms. Florence Elowen or Florence Willow will be better. Flora is a better nn in my eyes too.
My suggestions will be
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.