What do you think of this name combination?

Hi 

I am looking for feed back on the name combination Lucy Jane Kaye. Jane would honour my father and Kaye would honour my mother. What do you think of it overall?

Thank you in advance.

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January 10, 2018 8:29 PM

I think it is good and its nice to honour family members

 

or if you wish to have a variation or different flow - Mikayla, Kaylene, Kayla, Kayley, Janette, Janelle, Janene, Janna,Janet, Janae, Kaycee, Kaydee, Kaydence, Kaylani, Kaydell, Kaytlin, Makaylee

what is your dad's name - if its John - other female equivilents - Shavonne, Sinead, Johanna, Jana, Janina, Siobhan, Evanna, Ivanka, Joanna, Joanne, Shauna

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January 11, 2018 4:54 AM

Thank you. My Mum's name is Karen, a form of Katherine. Mum doesn't have a middle name. My Dad's first name is Peter and his middle name is Ian. Ian is a form of the name John.

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January 11, 2018 5:29 AM

Lucy Karen Jean/Jane, Shawna, Sheena, Shavonne would work too or Lucy Katherine Jane, or Lucy Petra/Petrina Karen

Karena, Katerina, Katelina

 

or lots of the combos I gave from the last post

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January 10, 2018 8:40 PM

I do like chosing 3 names for a girl, I personaly did this 5 months ago when naming my twins (Luna Ivy Celeste and Skye Lynn Claire) and I would never change that!

I also like this combination, it's lovely. All three names are sweet and fits perfect for a little girl. 

The only thing I would probably do is to switch Jane and Kaye, so it would be Lucy Kaye Jane. I would do this just because I think Jane Kaye are too close to each other for me than Kaye Jane, I feel like this combination flows better. :) Lucy Kaye Jane, what do you think? 

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January 10, 2018 9:21 PM

I like it if the last name is long.  With a short last name, it's rather choppy.