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Posted 19 April 2015 - 02:27 PM
-Gabrielle "Gabi" Paige
-Charlotte Alexandra/Charlotte Angelina "Char"
Gabrielle "Gabi" Paige: I really like the flow of this combo. Gabrielle is cute, and I love Paige as a middle. I prefer the spelling Gabby to Gabi though. Other than that, 10/10
Layla Michelle: Layla isn't for me, but Michelle is gorgeous. The names go well together. 8/10
Charlotte "Char" Alexandra/Angelina: I love the name Charlotte. I prefer the Alexandra combo. C.Alexandra: 9/10 C.Angelina: 7/10
Allan Christopher: I don't like Allan, I just can't picture it on anyone other than a middle aged man. It's a handsome combo though. 6/10
Brooks Nathaniel: Brooks isn't for me, but it's cute on other peoples' kids. I love Nathaniel. 9/10
Posted 19 April 2015 - 02:34 PM
Taya: This is adorable. It's a cute Japanese name that's easy to pronounce and spell. Taya Claire, Taya Michelle, Taya Jacklyn. 10/10
Emerson: I don't really like Emerson on either gender to be honest. This name just isn't for me. Emerson Keana, Emerson Lucia, Emerson Christina. 6/10
Bree: I love, love, love Bree. I would love to use it myself but it just seems really incomplete to me personally. Bree Ann, Bree Taryn, Bree Sasha. 10/10
August: I can't stand this name, honestly. Sorry. August James, August Fabian, August Sinclair. 4/10
Devon: I like this name, but for personal reasons, I prefer the spelling Devin. Devon Angelo, Devon Nicolas, Devon Jacobi. 7/10
Clarke: This name seems really old to me, honestly. It's not for me. Clarke Evan, Clarke Justin, Clarke Trey. 5/10
Posted 05 May 2015 - 05:25 PM
Timothy Jude "Tim"
Posted 05 May 2015 - 05:51 PM
-Nany (naw knee) Elizabeth
Posted 11 May 2015 - 04:53 PM
River Ruth: I don't love either name. I usually don't like alliteration either, just because it seems really choppy when said. River *stop* Ruth; the transition is awkward. 6/10
Vincent Duke: I love the name Vincent. The range of handsome nicknames are endless; Vince, Vinny, Vic, etc. But it's also equally as handsome as a full. I don't love Duke, just since it's a royalty rank, it's in the same realm as naming your child Princess or Queen, which just seems overly prestigious to me. As a name combo, the flow is beautiful. 7/10
Vincent Ronan: See above for my thoughts on Vincent. Ronan just seems like the name belonging to a weird dude. I'm just not into this name. I prefer the above combo. 6/10
Posted 11 May 2015 - 05:07 PM
Timothy Jude "Tim"
Georgia Elaine: I'm not a fan of the name Georgia because it means 'farmer' and that's just not appealing to me at all. Elaine is cute. The combo as a whole flows very well. 8/10
Eliza Marion: I like Eliza as an alternative to Elizabeth for sure. It's quirky, playful. It's adorable. Going back to the meaning, it means 'bitter', which isn't a lovely namesake but I guess the average person doesn't know this. The endings go well together, which adds to the combo's charm. 7/10
Lyndon Isabel: Lyndon seems incredibly masculine. The lyn just looks incredibly awkward. I'd prefer Lindon, but then it looks even more masculine. Lindyn? No, too annoyingly trendy. I guess it's the best spelling option. Isabel is a beautiful middle to balance out the gender issues with the name. I'm quite biased as my daughter's middle is Isabelle, which I find absolutely gorgeous still. 8/10
Carter Elliott: I absolutely love the name Carter. I think it's super playful. But the middle Elliott seems to make the whole vibe of the name super surname-y. It's a little weird, but a cute combo. 9/10
Timothy "Tim" Jude: I don't really like the name Timothy; it just feels really old-man to me. I absolutely love the name Jude. The three-to-one syllable ratio really lets this combo flow off the tongue. I don't like the nickname at all, sorry. 8.5/10
Zachary Lucas: I'm pretty neutral on the first name. I don't usually like Hebrew names but it's just likable; it's sweet. I really like the name Lucas, but I prefer just Luke. 9/10
Posted 11 May 2015 - 05:14 PM
-Nany (naw knee) Elizabeth
Nany Elizabeth: I think the pronunciation is cute, but the spelling is awkward. Nani would be better, imo, and has a better chance at correct pronunciation Nany is likely to be said like nanny, but Nani has a more Hawaiian feel, and thus a more authentic vowel stress. I dislike the name Elizabeth in all situations, sorry. 7.5/10
Iris Dahlia: Both names are floral, if I'm not mistaken, and it's really overpowering. It's almost cheesy, in all honesty. I just can't get over that. 4/10
Derek Nathaniel: I love, love, love both names. The names, individually, are so handsome. They flow well together. 10/10
Posted 12 May 2015 - 08:26 AM
Posted 12 May 2015 - 05:40 PM
Calvin Elijah Grey
Blakeley: I like the name but dislike the spelling. I'd prefer Blakely or Blakley. The two e's so close to each other looks awkward to me. Cute other than that though! 9/10 I think any 2-4 syllable name ending in -ina would pair nicely. Marina, Ariana, Katarina, etc.
Spencer: I love, love, love Spencer on girls. It's on my list too! 10/10 Personally, I like Spencer Luna, but any cutsey name ending in -a or obviously feminine would be great.
Tansy: I think this one is absolutely adorable. The Greek meaning is so uplifting, I love it. 10/10 I think it'd pair nicely with another Greek name. Athena, Castalia, Helena.
Calvin Elijah Grey: Personally, I don't like Calvin, although I can appreciate it paired with Elijah. I dislike the name Grey, especially as a second middle; it just seems like an afterthought, just thrown on for good measure. Good flow to the combo, though. 7/10
Harvey: I just can't see this on anything but a middle aged to elderly man. I can't picture a little Harvey running around the backyard. It's just not for me. 6/10 I think any classic would be nice paired with this. Daniel, Joseph, Nicholas.
Brooks: Again, not something I'd use for my own child, but I can see the appeal. 7/10 Brooks Casey sounds amazing to me. Maybe Malachi or Oliver?
Posted 12 May 2015 - 05:47 PM
Maxine Willow/Harlow: I don't love Maxine, but I can appreciate it. I'd prefer it paired with Harlow to Willow; just because I don't like Willow as a name. Maxine Harlow--8/10
Rowan Elise/Aaliyah/Melina: Out of the options of the middles as stand-alones, I'd go with Aaliyah. But for the combo, I think Melina has the best flow. I don't like Elise paired with Rowan because I feel like the -a(h) endings just flow/sound nicer. Rowan Melina--7/10
Laree Alexandra/Katherine: Not sure if it's pronounced lah-ree (like Lauri?) or lair-ee (like Larry?) but I'll just assume the former. I prefer Katherine in this combo because the a sounds in Laree and Alexandra clash a bit. Laree Katherine--7/10
James Elijah: I think this combo is super, super handsome!! I'd prefer the names switched around for flow purposes but it's fine the way it is too. 9/10
Posted 12 May 2015 - 05:51 PM
I'll first rate each of the first names separately then decide which combo I feel works best.
Jetta: Jetta is cute. It's like a combination of Jett (Joan *swoon*) and Jenna. I think it's adorable, as long as you move past the Volkswagen association, which I can. 9/10
Talon: This is super edgy, which I love. It gives off a tough-girl vibe. I'm a fan. 10/10
Aspen: I love the name Aspen. It's super cute and ages well, which isn't common with location names. 10/10
Jetta Sage: Overall, it flows best. When said out loud, Talon Sage sounds kind of choppy and awkward to me. The a sounds in Aspen and Sage clash. Jetta and Sage don't share any of the same sounds which makes for a beautiful combo.
Posted 12 May 2015 - 07:54 PM
(Laree is said like Marie )
Posted 12 May 2015 - 10:06 PM
(Laree is said like Marie )
***-Nicholas Matthew/Matthew Nicholas
Aksana: I've never heard this one before but it's absolutely beautiful. I Nameberried it, but nothing came up. Further research shows it MAY be Lithuanian? Nonetheless, it's different. I really like it. 9/10 For a middle, I'd recommend something more common to balance out the out-there-ness of the first. Marie, Lauren, Vivienne.
Lacey Danielle: I adore both names, as a combo they are absolutely wondrous! 10/10
Nicholas Matthew: I love both names, so handsome and strong. I prefer this combo to the reciprocal because the flow seems more smooth to me. 10/10
Posted 13 May 2015 - 02:40 PM
Thomas Leo Kodiak / Thomas Kodiak Leo
Posted 14 May 2015 - 10:10 AM
Kairi Peyton Alana
Cassidy Piper Ellisse
Emerie Gracelyn Paige
Phoenix Xavier Alaric
Greyson Levi Spencer
Harley Auron Chase
Bit of a mix as im still undecided 100 % for boys combos
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