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Elif Su

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1
January 4, 2018 01:22 PM

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 

 

2
January 4, 2018 01:18 PM

Lincoln, Logan & 

  • • Leonard
  • • Leopold
  • • or just Leo
  • • Leon 
  • • Llewellyn
  • • Lucas
  • • Luka
  • • Luke
  • • Levi
  • • Lachlan
  • • Leander
  • • Lorenzo
  • • or just Enzo
  • • Linwood
  • • Lloyd
  • • Lucian 
  • • Lucius
  • • Liridon

• Lysander

 

Christine, Anna & 

  • • Adelaide
  • • Beatrix
  • • Catherine
  • • Charlotte
  • • Elizabeth
  • • Theodora
  • • Victoria
  • • Annalise
  • • Annabelle
  • • Amabel
  • • Alyssa
  • • Alysane
  • • Abigail
  • • Alice
  • • Anastasia
  • • Caroline
  • • Eleanor
  • • Elenei
  • • Josephine
  • • Katherine
  • • Lucia
  • • Marion
  • • Madeline
  • • Sofya or Sophia or Sophie 

• Violet 

 

3
December 18, 2017 01:33 AM

Thank you I am still toying with the names - Jon, Flint, Edric then? For boys. And does Jon, Valeria, Flint, and Edric sounds good? 

4
December 14, 2017 06:42 AM
In Response to Some New Combinations

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. 

5
December 12, 2017 08:17 AM
In Response to Some New Combinations

So the traditional spelling of Jeyne will be better? I think changing spelling spices things in some cases. 

6
December 11, 2017 07:55 AM
In Response to Some New Combinations

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. 

7
December 9, 2017 09:57 AM
In Response to Some New Combinations

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. 

8
December 9, 2017 12:19 AM
In Response to Some New Combinations

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. 

9
December 8, 2017 10:28 AM
In Response to Daisy and Mason?

They made a great choice, if I want to express myself in a blunt way, they have a great taste imo. Congrats to them. 

10
December 1, 2017 01:46 PM
In Response to Sister for Josephine

It's a great sibling set imo - I would suggest 

Charlotte 

Florence

Genevieve 

Isadora

Matilda

Penelope 

Aurelia

Katherine 

Abigail 

Berenice 

Lillian 

Ophelia 

Rosaline 

Suzanna "Suzy"

Theodora

 

 

 

11
November 24, 2017 07:43 AM

Jude, Seth & Evelyn. I prefer Leyla as a spelling rather than Layla. 

12
October 31, 2017 01:07 PM

Frederick and Theomore will be names I would love to add this list. 

13
October 21, 2017 01:45 PM

Alp, Bay, Guz, Jon, Rey, Rua, Val, Zeo these are my favorite three letter names 

14
October 4, 2017 02:40 PM

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. 

15
October 4, 2017 08:55 AM

Elizabeth Diana or Sophie Elizabeth Diana - what a mighty fine Tate you have 

16
October 4, 2017 08:40 AM

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. 

17
August 13, 2017 07:01 AM

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! 

18
August 10, 2017 02:39 AM
In Response to Opinions/Suggestions?

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. 

19
July 14, 2017 11:43 AM

My suggestions will be 

Adamina

Adelheid 

Agathe

Altalune

Ambrosia

Apolline

Berenice

Bliss

Belphoebe

Celestine

Colette

Damaris

Dorcas

Euphemia

Ferelith

Giselle

Hephzibah

Iphigenia

Millicent

Penrose

Peony

Philomena

Severina

Septima

Temperance

 

 

20
July 9, 2017 07:14 AM
In Response to L names galore

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.