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Posted 03 June 2018 - 09:53 AM


Revamping my name list and need some help with combos and possible nickname options.

 

Girls:

Lilia Genevieve

Vera Josephine

Irena Judith

Susanna Audrey

Zoya Madeleine

Maia Elizabeth

Aislinn Jane (ASH-lin)

Maeve Alexandra

Lyra Natalie

Ksenia Violet

Ingrid Annabelle - I love this combo, but not 100% sold on it yet. More options appreciated.

Tessa Rosalie - Rosalie honors my mom's late godmother/grandmom's best friend whose last name was Rosemann.

Daphne Julia

Lorelei Rebecca

Bridget Claire

Saoirse Caroline (SEER-sha)

Matilda June - Dislike Mattie/Maddie and not too crazy about Tilly.

Greta Valerie

Calla

Evelina "Evie"

Katarina "Katia"

Caitriona (ka-TREE-na)

Dorothea "Thea"

Gabrielle - I don't like the obvious nicknames, so Gabby, Elle/Ella/Ellie, etc... won't work. Neither will Brielle. Considered Abby, but can't use it.

Magnolia "Maggie"/"Lia"

Phoebe

Tatiana

Mireille (meer-AY) - Honors my late grandmom Mary, but with a twist.

Paulina

Vada

Aviana

Cassia (CASS-ee-ah) - I probably would stick it in the middle spot because my little sister is Cassandra AKA Cassie, so it might be too confusing if I used it as a first name.

Zara

Zora

Sasha

Sienna - It's pretty; I just don't know if it works for an adult as a FN. Maybe better in the middle?

Luciana (loo-chee-ah-na)

Georgiana "Gia"

Sylvie/Sylvia - Prefer as a MN, but it's fine as a FN.

Chiara (KEY-ar-ah)

Delia

Seren/Serena

Jacinta/Jacinda - Can't decide between them. lol

Vanessa

Kimber

Ruth - As a MN only.

Anastasia - MN only.

Noelle

Ivy - MN only. Too common as a FN.

 

Boys:

Abram Vincent

Dmitri James

Lachlan Elliot

Ephraim Zachary

Henrik Thomas

Eamon Francis

Walter Dominic

Ronan Jesse

Rhys Alfred

Avery Maxwell

Jensen Connor

Alton Gregory

Merritt Samuel - I'm not sure on this one. Samuel is handsome and I like the combo, but I don't know if it's the right one for me.

Stellan Gabriel - Not sure on this one either.

Louis Frederick

Morgan Joshua

Robin Theodore "Theo"

Arthur Julian

Stanley Harrison

Callum Wesley
Rory William/Rory Wilson - Not sure on either, though William and Wilson would both honor my brother and my late grandfather, both named William.

Sidney

Mackenzie

Madison

Tanner

Conrad

Hugo

Sullivan

Tennyson

Lorenzo

Horatio

Darius

Magnus

Philip - I prefer it as a middle name but it's okay as a first name too.

Zev

Everett - MN only.

Emmett - MN only.

Oscar - MN only.

 

The names that aren't part of a combo yet can be either a FN or MN, unless otherwise noted.

 

FN suggestions: I like something not in the top 200 and prefer classic names. Not a fan of trendy names or most modern ones. I also love international names as long as they're easy enough to spell and pronounce. Irish, Latvian, Russian, Scottish, and Welsh names are a plus. For girls' combos, nothing masculine or surname-y. For boys, nothing that sounds violent like Gunner, Hunter, etc...

 

MN suggestions: Common classic names are fine as MN's and I don't mind a few fillers here and there, but I want to branch out beyond the usual James, Anne, Thomas, and Grace. Unusual names are fine too.

 

No names of cars, booze, pets, medicines/drugs, food, or most places as FN's or MN's (especially Brooklyn, Phoenix, Paris, London, Egypt, India, China. I see those way too often around the internet).

 

LN will be Fleming (It was gonna be Rosemann-Fleming, which I was considering changing my LN to as well, but I changed my mind [I will be Helena Vivien Fleming when I can afford to make it official, but for now I simply go by my nickname Laney except for legal stuff]. It'll take forever for my future kids to learn how to write it. lol)

 






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