Thoughts and suggestions


of course, you can mix and match names and comment only few of them. New suggestions welcome...

Anastasia Briseis
Arthur Dimitri
August Sylvan
Aurora Millicent
Beatrice Rosina
Bridget Lucina
Bridget Saskia
Charlotte Illyria
Charlotte Inanna
Edgar Thierry
Freya Eilonwy
Gustav Lucius
Hugo Trevelyan
Juliet Kallisto
Leon Alaric
Lola Delphine
Matilda Elowen
Melody Pandora
Milan Clarence
Milana Romilly
Noelia Rhoswen
Percy Beowulf
Phoebe Eliska
Rosamund Paisley
Seraphina Thisbe
Sunniva Carys
Wendy Melissa


Full list here:



By Lexy
July 1, 2017 4:40 PM

What are these names for? Future children? Pets? Story characters? Depending on what the names are for results in what names I like.

July 2, 2017 1:54 PM

Future children, definitely not pets or story character.

July 3, 2017 7:14 AM

Well from what you've wrote I like: 

Aurora Millicent

Bridget Lucina

Noelia Rhoswen

I like Charlotte, Leon, Lola, but I don't like those middle names for these names.

And I like Elowen and Wendi but not their first names. :) 



July 3, 2017 8:16 PM

From your list I like: 

Anastasia but not with Briseis as a middle, 

Arthur Dmitri (I would never spell Dmitri as Dimitri , why put Dim right at the beginning?)

August Sylvan (I would like Sylvain better)

Aurora Millicent (as -is)

Beatrice Rosina

Charlotte Illyria

Edgar Thierry

Hugo with a different middle

Juliet Kallisto

Leon Alaric (I've had a soft spot for Alaric since reading "High Deryni by Katherine Kurtz)

Matilda Elowen

Pandora with a different first name

Milana Romilly

Percy Beowulf

Rosamund  with a different middle (Rosamund Pandora would make me swoon!)


Sunniva Carys

July 15, 2017 5:37 AM

Anastasia - is nice
Dimitri - is ok
Beatrice Rosina - ok
Bridget Lucina - ok
Bridget Saskia - ok,  love Saskia as a fn
Charlotte  - nice
Edgar - ok
Freya - pretty
Hugo - ok
Juliet - pretty  Kalista is pretty
Leon - nice
Lola Delphine - good
Matilda Elowen -nice
Melody Pandora - ok
Milana Romilly  - - nice, prefer Melana spelling
Phoebe  - nice   Elisa or Alicia
Seraphina - ok
Carys - good
MelissaWendy - nice

Rosalie - pretty

July 16, 2017 5:13 PM

Most of these sound like characters in a fantasy novel to me.... That's not necessarily a bad thing if that is what you are going for, but just wanted to throw that out there. I personally like a few of these names as individual names, but for my own taste I don't like any of the combinations. They are all a bit over-the-top and a bit much for me. Again, that may be the vibe you're going for- it's just not my style.


I do like Charlotte, Freya, Delphine, Matilda, Juliet, Rosamund, Phoebe, and Carys. I also like August from your male names. Beowulf particularly stands out to me as a big NO... I also do not know how to pronounce Sunniva, and Kallisto seems a little masculine to me. Callista is a nice name, though.

July 16, 2017 6:30 PM

Kallisto is feminine.

There is some variation in the pronunciation of Sunniva depending on regional dialect: sunnEEva or sunnIVa or something in between. I have heard English speakers apply the Great Vowel Shift and say sunnEYEva, but that's not what you would hear in Norway.

July 17, 2017 3:34 AM

Yeah, I would have to veto Beowulf too... it's a name that has crossed my mind more than once and I loved Anglo-Saxon classes in university, but I simply can't get behind Beowulf's personality for a modern boy. All boast and brawn, and no pity at all. Whenever I reread the poem, I start thinking that Grendel would actually be a better namesake (certainly after reading John Gardner's book), but I expect a child would take a dim view of that. Perhaps Caedmon?