Ultimate Sibling Names (with middles)

I was inspired to post a link here to a thread from 2008 in which Laura asked us to make a group of siblings (18 kids) with our favorite names. Many of us had a blast listing them often with middle names included. Then someone mentioned listing 18 names of a single letter that we might use on our hypothetical children (a la Duggar style). The thread then became a 9 page encyclopedia of great name lists. For those of you looking for the perfect name or combo, it just might be here:

http://www.babynamewizard.com/archives/2008/6/the-ultimate-sibling-naming-challenge

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April 30, 2012 10:16 PM

What a fun read!  I can't sit down and read all 9 pages at once, but I'll bookmark it and read a few lists when I'm in need of inspiration.  Off to make my own list!

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April 30, 2012 11:59 PM

Wow, there's a lot of good stuff in those comments. I wonder, though, how/if some of those lists would change if the same people played today: would the Adeles and Olivias change to some other future top riser/top name? I'm sure the side discussion about Edward being a lot of name for a little boy would not happen the same way, now that we have Twilight.

I don't have time to play right now, in any version (9b/9g or coin toss; any letters, alphabetical, or single initial), but I can tell it'd be hard, for multiple reasons. One, we knew our daughter's name long before she was even conceived, but I still don't know what her name would've been if she'd been a boy. Two, I'm forty; seventeen more is a biological impossibility, unless I go adopt an entire orphanage, in which case I probably wouldn't be choosing all the names. Three, our last name and heritage put some particular restraints on our choices -- I want names that exist in both cultures, but that are easy for English speakers (our primary environment), to make up for the surname.

I like the "rule" about writing the list the way you name children: one at a time, no going back to change a previous name, and choosing each name with the thought that it could be your last. (I'd tweak that last one a bit: it should really only apply after about the 3rd or 4th child.)

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By Guest (not verified)
May 10, 2012 11:20 AM

Ok--I was up late as my hubby is out of town & I always sleep poorly when he's gone.

Alphabetical:

Alexander/Amelia
Benjamin/Bronwyn
Christopher/Charlotte
Donovan/Daphne
Edward/Eleanor
Ferguson/Felicia
Grant/Gabrielle
Henry/Helena
Ian/Ivy
Josiah/Josephine
Kieran/Katherine
Lachlan/Linnea
Matthew/Margaret
Nathaniel/Natalia
Owen/Olivia
Patrick/Phoebe
Quentin/Quinn
Ryan/Rhiannon
Stephen/Seraphina
Timothy/Tabitha
Uriah/Una
Vernon/Violet
William/Willow
Xavier/Xenia
Yorath/Ysabella
Zachariah/Zoe

18 with coin toss (ended up with 9 of each, so it satisfies that too--started with the kiddos I have named, then went in order of the toss--eliminating all worries about my husband's preferences and duplicating extended family members names, but excluding names we wouldn't use with our last name excepting the first who was a miscarriage so we used a name we loved but wouldn't name a living child. I presumed all further children were living for this exercise. * indicates a family name +indicates miscarriage -- i.e. I used Zachariah as Jeremiah in not a living child):

Sean Michael+
Alexander* James*
Sophia* Grace+
Jeremiah William*+
Amelia Faith+
Evangeline Kathryn*
Patrick* Stephen*
Nathaniel Owen
Margaret* Ruth*
Josephine* Arley*
Eleanor* Violet
Matthew Ryan
Laura Gabrielle
Benjamin Edward*
Theodore* Grant*
Zachariah Richard*
Madeleine Louise*
Anneliese*  Jean* (mash up of family names)

If I could have I would have included Charlotte in there, but I can't do it with our last name. I love Elisabeth too, but felt weird using it when I wanted to use Anneliese.

I believe I could do the letter "E" or "A" for all girls, but there are so few "E" names for boys that I like. I'm not sure I could do just one letter for boys as I'm all over the place with that one. Maybe "A" or "J" for tolerable names, but not necessarily ones I love. So for kicks and giggles I did the following. I also might be able to pull it off with "M" names.

All "A" names using the Duggars b/g ratios including twins (pretending that each may be my last, hubby doesn't get a say, & extended family doesn't count. *hey--my kid fits!):

Alexander James* (Xander)
Twins: Amelia Faith* and Arthur Grant (Amy & Art)
Anneliese Louise (4 syllable Anneliese)
Abigail Jean (Abby)
Arley Elisabeth
Andrew Stephen (Drew)
Anthony Patrick
Adeline Claire (Addie)
Twins: Alpheus Richard (Alphie) and Augustus Matthew (Gus)
Asa William
Alan Nathaniel
Avram Edward
Aaron Samuel
Audrey Katherine
Annika Margaret (Anna - Ah-na)
Alyssa Claire
Avangeline Eleanor (Ava - Ay-va)

For boys, I really am not super fond of anything past Andrew. For girls, the last one was a stretch for me. 

All "M"s:

Maxwell Benjamin (Max)
Twins: Margaret Ruth (Maisie) and Matthias James
Madeleine Claire (Maddie)
Molly Josephine
Maeve Gabrielle
Micah Alexander
Milton (Milo) Richard
Mariah Jean
Twins: Malcolm Sean and Michael Grant
Malachi Richard
Maddox Stephen
Merrick Theodore
Markus Edward
Myrtle Eleanor
Moira Elspeth
Maude Sophia
Melita Louise (Mel)

I'm digging Milton (Milo) now. Milton is a family name, which I sorta find atrocious, but love Milo for a nn. Boyw were pretty much done after Malcolm. I still had a couple of girl names I let go of (can't do Megan and Margaret) 

"J" Boys and "E" Girls:

Jeremiah William* (Miah)
Twins: Evangeline Kathryn* (Evie) and Jonathan Patrick (Jon)
Eleanor Margaret (Nora)
Emaline Louise (Ema)
Elisabeth Claire (Bess)
Josiah Edward (Siah)
Jameson Stephen
Emelia Ruth (Lia)
Twins: Judah Richard and Jonas Ryan
Jackson Grant (Jack)
Joel Alexander
Jesse Theodore
Justus Matthew
Eloise Violet (Ellie)
Elaina Josephine (Laina)
Erin Anneliese
Esther Jean

I could actually be okay with all of these, but I was starting to dig bottom of the barrel toward the end. Many of the middle names I would have liked to have chosen to use earlier, but they didn't flow as well with the first name. And Emaline and Emelia are close, but nn's distinguish them apart.

Whew! Ok--I need to actually get things done today now. ;-) 

 

 

 

 

 

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By Guest (not verified)
May 10, 2012 11:27 AM

Darn! I typed all that out after handwriting it last night and didn't put who I am! 

-sharalyns (not logged in)

 

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May 11, 2012 11:01 AM

There are some great names in there Sharalyn.

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By Guest (not verified)
May 11, 2012 2:08 PM

Thank you! Playing it kept me from jumping at every little noise that night. And DH is home this evening! Thank goodness--I need some sleep!

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By jll
May 12, 2012 9:16 AM

Okay, this is just a list of 18 with no special rules and a 9/9 split:

BOYS

Soren Zev
Nicholas Phoenix
Jared Brave
Apollo Shepherd
Rubeus Drake
Owen Cypress
Sebastian Cor
Jude Revere
Wyatt Sage

GIRLS

Ivy Lark
Jacinta Prudence
Daphne Wren
Athena Lux
Cara Bridget
Imogen Azura
Cordelia Willow
Hazel Collette
Saskia Cleo

I really had to dig deep there at the end! I'm pretty happy with how it ended up but I'm not sure if all of them work together.

8
May 12, 2012 11:33 AM

Here's my 9/9 split, F-T for girls, T-F for boys, these two letters chosen at random.

girls:

Faith Tigerlily

Felicity Tovah

Flora Tamsin

Fiona Turquoise

Fern Tzipporah

Frances Theodosia

Freya Temperence

Fuchsia Teagan

Foxglove Titania

boys:

Tecumseh Flynn

Thomas Finbar

Theseus Foster

Thurston Field

Trevor Ford

Townes Frederick

Theodore Felix

Talmadge Finch

Tristan Frost

These were really hard! I do love the fanciful qualties of these names, and I'd love to be brave enough to use some of the really outlandish ones, like Foxglove Titania or Theseus Foster. I feel like they'd fit right in in a fantasy middle grade book, though.

 

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May 12, 2012 8:18 PM

I'm going to do another because this is a fun challenge! This time I'll use the same setup, but the letters will be S-R girls and R-S boys, again, letters chosen at random.

girls-

  • Sylvia Romilly
  • Simone Ravenna
  • Selena Reese
  • Seraphina Raphaela
  • Suzannah Rochelle
  • Saffron Regina
  • Samantha Rosamond
  • Sabine Reverie
  • Sadie Ramona

boys-

  • Reid Stuart
  • Rocco Salvatore
  • Rye Solomon
  • Rupert Samuel
  • Rory Sylas
  • Roger Seamus
  • Rhett Sebastian
  • River Seth
  • Rufus Shepherd

Again, I'm kind of in love with these. Samantha Rosamond and Rye Solomon are my favorites.

10
May 12, 2012 11:48 PM

Aaaand because I'm incredibly self-indulgent, one last go, this time C-M girls, M-C boys

girls-

  • Cassiopeia Mayrose
  • Cora Maeve
  • Carys Mirabel
  • Cleo Meredith
  • Claudia Margot
  • Calliope Miriam
  • Clementine Marisol
  • Charlotte Magenta
  • Cynthia Mabel

boys-

  • Malcolm Cyrus
  • Martin Clive
  • Mitchell Casper
  • Matthias Carmichael
  • Marlo Conrad
  • Moses Cameron
  • Miles Cormac
  • Montague Cosimo
  • Micah Clark
11
May 13, 2012 12:37 AM

Don't worry one bit about posting so many different combinations. I can only speak for myself, but I found all of your lists to be quite interesting and entertaining :)

12
May 15, 2012 1:13 PM

ilikemints-I also love your lists. I will have to come back in a minute and try my hand. I particularly like the S-R and M-C/C-M combos.

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August 17, 2013 12:29 AM

@ilikemints: In middle school when I discovered one of my favorite books "Christy" by Catherine Marshall, I was completley set about naming my first daughter after a character in the book name Fairlight. I think it would fit in well with many of the girl "F" names you chose! Even though I probably won't use that name now that I'm grown, I still really like it!

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May 15, 2012 2:18 PM

I'm home sick, so to take my mind off I'm going to do yet another!

9/9 split, A-P girls, P-A boys

girls

  • Abigail Primrose
  • Acacia Pearl
  • Alice Persephone
  • Azalea Pilar
  • Avril Peony
  • Aurora Penelope
  • Astrid Phillipa
  • Amy Paige
  • Anna Petula

boys

  • Phillip Augustus
  • Phineas Alfred
  • Pierce Ambrose
  • Perry Alexander
  • Patrick Abram
  • Peter Adrian
  • Paul Ashley
  • Pax Amos
  • Perseus Ahab
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May 15, 2012 2:47 PM

Okay, here I go 9/9 split of S/R names:

  • Stephanie Rhiannon
  • Shannon Renee
  • Sophia Rebecca
  • Samantha Richelle
  • Sienna Rose
  • Sadie Rosalie
  • Skyler Reese
  • Shelby Roxanne
  • Savannah Ruby

 

  • Steven Roger
  • Sean Ryan
  • Samuel Reed
  • Shane Richard
  • Silas Rowan
  • Simon Ryder
  • Seth Randall
  • Spencer Rhys
  • Scott Robert

 

 

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May 15, 2012 3:42 PM

Much of this list is very much what I associate with your naming style. However, I was wondering about your choice of the name Richelle and why you chose that spelling rather than a more common variation. Just curious :)

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May 15, 2012 3:56 PM

:) Karyn, I knew a girl in HS with that spelling and it has always appealed to me. Rachelle looks to much like Rachel/Rachael, Rochelle is just weird for me as I'm not much into O's. It's just like Michelle only with an R. It's a very soft and creamy name to me.

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May 15, 2012 4:24 PM

Makes perfect sense! For me, it *is* just a French form of Rach(a)el, so Rachelle seems logical. Rochelle feels perfectly correct, but just doesn't do it for me visually. (And thinking about it, three of my four current favourite names for girls feature the long (sorry!) "O", so clearly I don't have a problem with the sound...)

It's funny how knowing a single person with an unusual spelling can change how we view names. For example, even though Orly is way more common than Orley, (the name is not terribly rare in my circles,) the first girl I knew with that name spelled it with the "e", and so now that looks "right" to me. Similarly, it took a long while for Rachel to look like a complete name to me because my childhood friend was named Rachael. I wonder if my name has had an effect on anyone :)

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May 16, 2012 1:40 PM

Karyn-I love your name spelled with a Y even though my accent makes it pronounce differently as we've discussed before. Since my name is with an E (St@cey) I still find it very funny to accept it spelled without. It's also interesting that you mention Orly. It was a friend in HS's mn. She was Jewish and her first name was K0ren with an umlaut over the 0. She always told me she was named after the airport.

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May 16, 2012 2:18 PM

Aww, thanks :) The "a" pronunciation issues are completely separate, in my opinion, from the spelling. While I'm not usually one for alternate spellings, there is something about the Y in my name that I love. It makes it softer, somehow, and looks much prettier. And as far as I'm concerned, Stacey should be spelled with an E because that's how I first encountered it in the Babysitters Club! :D

And that Orly story is really funny. I wonder if she knew that it was also a beautiful Hebrew name meaning "My Light". Another airport with a good name is Mirabel, the disastrous Montreal airport that was in the Guinness Book for airport furthest from the population it serves. That totally fits with today's naming trends.

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By EVie
May 16, 2012 2:59 PM

I love Mirabel! It's one of the names that I haven't had the guts to bring up to my husband yet, because I'm afraid he'll say no and dash my hopes yet again. He loves Montreal, so part of me hopes that would be a plus, but on the other hand, he doesn't like names that "don't sound like names," so if he thinks of it as the airport it might be a no. But then again, his family only ever drove to Montreal on trips from New York, so maybe he won't make the connection... argh.

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July 5, 2012 4:46 PM

About Orly-- when my mom was doing the entry for the name Orly in her book, all she got when she typed "Orly" into google was the O rly? owl :)

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January 2, 2013 7:22 PM

Well, I'll give it a try! I'm coin flipping for b/g

Autumn Charlotte

Susanna Rain

Peter Gideon

Tatum Camille

Ruby Violet

Angelina Lorelei

Scarlet Gloria

Sawyer James

Genesis May

Malachi David

Nicolette "Nikki" Carson

Evanna Brooke

Matilda "Mattie" Elise

Anissa Claire

Beckham Channing

Lawson Quaid

Cedric Ross

Marisol Piper

That's eighteen!

24
March 2, 2013 10:05 PM

Oh I love Sawyer James! But I want the first nameto be James but is James Sawyer the same?

25
January 4, 2013 7:02 AM

While I don't have time right now to do this game, I have loved reading these!  And I find it immensely comforting to know that there are others out there who love to think about names all the time--like me!

26
January 8, 2013 3:37 PM

I've not played any of the "Name Games" before, but I couldn't resist this one!

Girls:

1. Emanuella Marie

2. Louisa Patricia

3. Bernadette Clare

4. Camilla Lane

5. Therese Anastasia

6. Evangeline Katherine

7. Leonora Elise

8. Ada Jeannine

9. Marta Josephine

Boys:

1. Konrad Wolfgang

2. Leif Frederick

3. Cormac Richard

4. Xavier Anthony

5. Callahan James

6. Titus John

7. Declan Andrew

8. Reginald Jerome

9. Arlo Francis

 

Woohoo, how fun! I'm glad I'm not planning on having 18 kids, my naming style feels too "all-ove-the-place" to stick to one style for all 18 of them!

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January 9, 2013 10:39 AM

Ok--we have similar taste in girls' names! My DD is Ev@ngeline K@thryn. :-)

Louisa, Bernadette, Claire, Leanora, Elise, and Josephine are all on my wish list! 

28
January 9, 2013 12:07 PM

No way! Great minds think alike ;) How funny!

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March 2, 2013 10:03 PM

Well here we go! 18 for each for me.

1. Adrean Xavier
2. Nathaniel James
3. Basil Daimian
4. Quillon Fraiser
5. Sylvester Lee
6. Percy Samuel
7. Aries Cole
8. Simon Jeremiah
9. Aaron Reed
10. Bryton Presley
11. Sheldon Noah
12. Noland Anthony
13. Gideon Arbor
14. Colin Dominic
15. Quentin Elias
16. Emmett Oliver
17. Tobias Graham
18. Thaddeus Jay

1. Aliza Elizabeth
2. Alice Frederica
3. Adelaide LeeAnn
4. Cornelia Fay
5. Penelope Ruth
6. Phoebe Helena
7. Beatrice Imogen
8. Henrietta May
9. Josephine Ivory
10. Anastasia Rose
11. Andromeda Jade
12. Symphony Aurora
13. Andrea Clover
14. Clementine L
15. Luna Sapphire
16. Tabitha Ellen
17. Quinnence Eve
18. Sydney Gwen

Well girls were easier even though I'd rather have boys.

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August 13, 2013 9:02 PM

So I made my list of 18 names. I chose 9 girls and 9 boys. I also tried to do it with the duggar style of all one letter but I chose the letter F, because it isn't as popular as other letters. Heres my list.

 

Girls

Fallon Grace

Faith Rose

Faye Alexandria

Francesca Rae

Felicity Nicole

Farrah Lynn

Florence Olivia

Fina Kathleen

Foster Aria

 

Boys

Farley Thomas

Felix Parker

Flynn Micah

Fisher Lee

Ford Gabriel

Forrest Grant

Freddie Jonas

Flash Elliot

Franklin Cole

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October 12, 2013 12:00 PM

Duggar Style - C.A.

9 boys:

Caleb Arthur

Carson Anthony

Callum Alistair

Camden Aaron

Cameron Andrew

Carlisle Aiden

Chester Alan

Cian Asher

Cohen Alexander

9 girls:

Charlotte Adelaide

Cecily Adele

Charity Ariana

Chasisty Aubrey

Cassandra Alaska

Cadence Amelia

Cailtin Alexis

Calliope Aoife

Carissa Amity


Duggar Style - G.M.

9 Boys:

Gabriel Madigan

Gareth Micah

Garrett Michael

Glenn Mason

Greyson Max

Griffin Miles

Gregory Mitchell

Gideon Malachi

Gage Matthias

9 Girls:

Georgia May

Gabrielle Marcia

Genesis Madisen

Giselle Meadow

Grace Matilda

Genevieve Michelle

Gwendolyn Makenna

Gemma Marie

Gianna Marguerite


Duggar Style - K.B.

9 Boys:

Kenneth Bennett

Kyler Bentley

Keaton Briar

Kai Benjamin

Kellan Bailey

Kenzie Brady

Kieran Brooks

Keegan Blake

Kevin Bradley

9 Girls:

Kaliah Brianna

Karen Bethany

Katie Brooke

Kayla Brittany

Keeley Brooklyn

Kelsey Bethan

Kennedy Belle

Kiera Bernadette

Kinsley Britton


Duggar Style - S.R

9 Boys:

Seth Robert

Samson Reid

Sawyer Ryan

Scott Ryder

Sebastian Rhys

Shane Russell

Spencer Richard

Steven River

Sterling Roy

9 Girls:

Skylar Rebecca

Saoirse Rae

Sabrina Rachael

Sadie Rose

Saffron Raine

Santana Renee

Sara Raven

Sapphire Rosalyn

Sasha Rosemary

Savannah Rylee

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December 12, 2013 2:12 PM

Here's my family of 18 (10 girls, 8 boys) all with A names!

 

1. Alexander James

2. Amanda Leigh

3. Aaron Michael

4. Allison Katie

5. Andrew John

6. Alyssa Megan

7. Austin Tyler

8. Amy Elizabeth

9. Aidan Thomas

10. Allie Isabelle

11. Anthony Kyle

12. Adalyn Rose

13. Asher Micah

14. Amelia Grace

15. August Noah

16. Avery Danielle

17. Abigail Nicole

18. Anna Rachel

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February 3, 2014 4:37 PM

Ok, I did 18 boys and 18 girls because I had entirely to many girls names I loved.

Here is my list in alphabetical order:

Andie Loral            (F)

Anniston Rae         (F)

Blakelee Drew       (F)

Brady Oliver          (M)

Bristol Ansley        (F)

Brynlee Victoria     (F)

Caleb Lane           (M)

Carter Joel           (M)

Caymen Reid       (M)

Cooper Beau       (M)

Dakota Jane         (F)

Derek Nathanael   (M)

Emerson Colt        (M)

Emery Brook         (F)

Evelyn Mae           (F)

Grace Marie          (F) 

Grayer Kai            (M)

Hackett Gage       (M)

Harper Lynn         (F)

Jace Alexander    (M)

Jakob Cameron   (M)

Kennedy Piper     (F)

Kol Zachariah       (M)

Lincoln Jax           (M)

Lukas Cord           (M)

McKay Jean          (F)

Mikkel Jacy           (F)

Niklaus Edric         (M)

Olivia Gisele          (F)

Peyton Geneviere  (F)

Reagan Lux           (F)

Remington Tripp    (M)

Riley Hudson         (M)

Ryan Ame              (F) 

Tristan Kade          (M)

Tyler Marie             (F)

 

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February 9, 2014 10:27 PM

This took me far too long. I love so many names!

 

Boys:

Charles Elliot (Charlie)

Oliver Leo

August Cale

Porter Silas

Declan Atticus

Micah Ross

Henry Dexter

Sebastian Milo

Ezra Jonathan

 

Girls:

Anaiah Miriam

Georgiana Blair (Georgie)

Bonnie Caroline

Natalie Elsa

Vesper Delainey

Matilda Violet

Damaris Waverly

Lydia Rosalie

Chloe Sophia

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September 14, 2014 12:01 AM

 

Sawyer Graham

Terrance Noe

Morgan Isabella

Quinn Delainia

Moriah Kennadie

Spencer Everett

Baylee Nathaniel

Lucas Bradley

Ayla Zoey

Ivory Grace

Maximillian Ryan

Peyton Tazanna

Riley Duncan

Jaylee Kymmer

Bristol Demelza

Gideon Mattis

Whitley Zacarias

Makenna Jordan

 

 

 

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February 17, 2016 12:35 PM

I just came across this and thought I would be fun. The first 3 are my actual children. All of the middle names are family names.

Landon Joseph (m)

Kaleb Albert (m)

Henry Robert (m)

Wyatt James (m)

Lorraine Meredith (f)

Rosaleen Joanne (f)

Emmeline Yolanda (f)

Ellenore Diane (f)

Asher Damon (m)

Eamon Munroe (m)

Lilliann Elizabeth (f)

Aurora Lorretta (f)

Annalise Penelope (f)

Roxanna Effie (f)

Declan Peter (m)

Silas Harold (m)

Reid Gerard (m)

Tucker Cawley (m)

37
February 17, 2016 1:57 PM

Here is one with all E names.

  1. Eamon John 
  2. Ezra James
  3. Emmeline Agnes
  4. Ellenore Alanis
  5. Ephram Jude
  6. Easton Joshua
  7. Elizabeth Ann
  8. Evelyn Alice
  9. Eric Joseph
  10. Everett Justin
  11. Effie Annabelle
  12. Esme Aurora
  13. Edward Jacob
  14. Elliott Jeffrey
  15. Eileen Adria
  16. Eva Annelise
  17. Edmon Jasper
  18. Eden Abigail
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February 17, 2016 2:26 PM

All P names:

  1. Prudence Clara
  2. Piper Caroline
  3. Penelope Claire
  4. Pamela Casey
  5. Phiona Charlotte 
  6. Phoebe Christine
  7. Paige Camille  
  8. Persephone Cora
  9. Philomena Courtney 
  10. Patrick Curtis
  11. Parker Chase
  12. Preston Charles
  13. Phillip Caleb
  14. Peter Cade
  15. Paul Callan
  16. Porter Craig
  17. Percy Carter
  18. Phineaus Cooper
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February 17, 2016 3:35 PM

Nature names:

  1. Falcon James 
  2. River John
  3. Wren Joseph 
  4. Colt Jackson
  5. Robin Jeffrey
  6. Forest Jason
  7. Cypress Joshua
  8. Talon Jude
  9. Sage Justin 
  10. Brooke Jennifer
  11. Iris Julia
  12. Rose Joanne
  13. Willow Jane
  14. Dove Janice
  15. Lily Judith
  16. Heather Joy
  17. Sky Jolene
  18. Rain Josephine 
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February 19, 2016 7:36 PM
  1. Oliver 
  2. Otis
  3. Owen
  4. Orion
  5. Otto
  6. Orin 
  7. Orik  
  8. Oscar
  9. Opal
  10. Orla
  11. Ophelia 
  12. Oisin
  13. Olivia
  14. Orchid 
  15. Oakley
  16. Oriana 
  17. Oralee 
  18. Ona 
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February 14, 2017 11:45 PM

Boys names:

Bryson Santiago

Blake Sebastian

Brody Sam

Beau Silas

Bennet Simon

Brooks Steven

Brendan Sai

Bobby Solomon

Benji Sultan

Billy Scott

Girls names:

Mia Sofia

Madelyn Skylar

Morgan Scarlette

Molly Savannah

Marley Sloane

Mckenna Sydney

Myra Shelby

Margaret Samantha

Megan Shiloh

Macie Selah

42
February 15, 2017 8:38 PM

Going with alphabetical with opposite of the alphabet middles:

Annabelle Zipporah

Barrett York

Claire Xenia

Daniel "Danny" Walter

Elaine Veronica

Frederick Uriah

Gracie Tabitha

Hector Steven

Imogen Roxanne

Johnathan "Johnny" Quinn

Katharine "Kathy" Priscilla

Lawrence Oscar

Melinda Noelle

Nicholas Matthew

Odette Lucille

Philip Kingsley

Queenie Jocelyn

Richard Ivan

43
June 14, 2017 9:48 PM

The first thre are mine, the rest, Hypothetical.

 

Leo Sebastian Coe

Simon Ambrose Nash

Josephine Rosamel Anne

Penelope Io Frances

Maud India Scarlett

Cecily Pandora Jane

Sylvie Mimosa May

Rex Fiyero Malachy

Rufus Wilder John

Alasdair Barnaby George

Cosmo Henry William

Lucasta Alice Plum

Clarence Arthur Finlay

Isobel Rosalind Alice

Wilhelmina Rosamie June

Zebedee Michael Steven

Gloriana Cecilia Wren

Edward Balthazar Thomas

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August 1, 2017 12:24 PM

Girls:

1. Alexia Eleanor

2. Isabella Josephine

3. Sophia Liliana

4. Vanessa Blair

5. Emma Estella

6. Charlotte Clarie

7. Kennedy Camila

8. Penelope Jade

9. Calista May

Boys:

1. Sebastian Wyatt

2. Luca Levi

3. Theodore James

4. Jasper Giovanni

5. Charles Finnagan

6. Daniel Ross

7. Maxwell Alexander

8. Kaden Riley

9. Edwin Axel

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August 4, 2017 3:36 PM

(Doing coin toss to decide b/g)

1. Jemima Lily

2. Delilah Rose

3. Sebastian Arthur Alan

4. Olivia Violet (nn Libby)

5. Noah Brian

6. Edward Richard James (nn Teddy)

7. Nicholas Jenson

8. Martha Elizabeth

9. Dorothy Florence (nn Dottie)

10. Evelyn Louisa (nn Evie)

11. Joshua Maxwell (nn Josh)

12. Zachary John

13. Jude Lawrence

14. Amelia Fleur

15. Mathias Andrew (nn Matty)

16. Grace Alexandra (nn Gracie)

17. Lucas Beau

18. Robin Thomas

 

Ended up with 8 girls and 10 boys and somehow still forgot a few of my favourite names!