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#81 RaeMarieSmiles

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 10:17 PM

Caroline Marie Joy "Oli"

Beatrice Sadie Blythe "Bea"

Eleanore Moriah Felicity "Ellie"

 

Theodore Samson Jude "Theo"

Nathanial Lewis Elijah "Nate"

Coleridge Isaac Mark "Cole"

Phineas Sidney Seth "Finn"

 

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Posted 18 September 2017 - 03:39 PM

 

Claire Marceline

Eliza Maeve

Celia June

Ivy (MN only)

 

Simon Arthur

Elliot Calder

Jasper Lark

Felix

 

Thanks in advance :)

 

Claire Marceline: I don't care for Marceline but I love the sound of them together! Claire is more of a middle for me but having Marceline behind it makes it sound great as a first name. (8/10)

Eliza Maeve: Love Eliza as a first name! Claire and Eliza would be cute as sisters too! I'm not a huge fan of Maeve but it works well with Eliza. (9/10)

Celia June: I prefer Cecelia/Cecilia over Celia but it's a fine name. I like June as a middle name, I'm just not sold on the pairing. Feels a little too short. (6/10)

Ivy: Don't really feel one way or the other with Ivy. I don't care for it as a first name but I think it's easy to use it as a middle with almost any first name. Go for it! (8/10)

Simon Arthur: Neither one is my specific style but I do enjoy both of these names. The combo itself does feel a little 'outdated' but I don't think that's a bad thing in this case. (8/10)

Elliot Calder: I really like Elliot. Great first name choice. Calder is a bit unusual and makes the combo a bit more unique but that's a good thing with a name that has some popularity behind it. (9/10)

Jasper Lark: I adore Jasper! Lark is like Calder for me, unusual but fits in anyway. (9/10)

Felix: Love this as a first or a middle, though middle is a little harder to pull off in my opinion. (10/10)



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Posted 19 September 2017 - 12:47 PM

Caroline Marie Joy "Oli"

Beatrice Sadie Blythe "Bea"

Eleanore Moriah Felicity "Ellie"

 

Theodore Samson Jude "Theo"

Nathanial Lewis Elijah "Nate"

Coleridge Isaac Mark "Cole"

Phineas Sidney Seth "Finn"

 

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Caroline Marie Joy 'Oli': I like Caroline and love Marie but I feel Joy doesn't really fit in. Nothing wrong with the name itself but the flow just feels off to me. Curious if Oli is pronounced like Ollie would be from Oliver or something...if so, I'll have to admit I'm not a fan. (7/10, 9/10 if it was just Caroline Marie)

Beatrice Sadie Blythe 'Bea': This combo is fine, as long as your last name doesn't start with S, BSBS initials...I think the flow on this is absolutely fine, even though I personally don't care for Blythe. Cute name, cute nickname. (8/10)

Eleanore Moriah Felicity 'Ellie': Not a huge fan of the Eleanore spelling and I prefer Mariah over Moriah but that aside, the two names sound good together. Felicity is okay...both with the combo and just the name alone. This combo would probably sound best with a short/one syllable surname. Ellie is adorable. (6/10)

Theodore Samson Jude 'Theo': After seeing your comment on another post, I feel differently about this combo than I might have before. I'm not originally a huge Samson fan but I love that this honors someone. These 3 names sound good together and I adore Theodore with Theo as a nickname (so much better than Ted/Teddy!). (10/10)

Nathaniel Lewis Elijah 'Nate': I love Nathaniel Lewis just on it's own but I think if you want to include Elijah, Nathaniel Elijah Lewis sounds slightly better. I also personally prefer Nathan over Nate but good name either way! (8/10 for NLE, 10/10 if it was NEL)

Coleridge Isaac Mark 'Cole': Coleridge is different, not sure I'm a fan. I think just Cole on it's own makes for a lovely name. I think Mark is too blunt for this combo, but I don't think Marcus flows well with Isaac. Coleridge Isaac is fine, Mark is what's throwing me off the most. (7/10)

Phineas Sidney Seth 'Finn': Love Phineas with Finn as a nickname! Normally, I wouldn't be a huge fan of Sidney on a guy, even with that spelling because I know 2 of them that are father&son and they ruin it...however, my sister is a Crosby fan so I've warmed up to the name a bit. I'm not always a fan of alliteration in names, unless it works, but I don't really think Phineas Sidney Seth does, very very S heavy. (7/10)



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Posted 01 April 2018 - 07:58 PM

just trying out some new girls names?

Willow Amélie
Reese Parker
Hanna Imogen
Violette Kirsten
Lorena Artemis
Blair Sabrina
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Posted 25 April 2018 - 07:41 AM

Names that my SO and I agree on.

 

Waverly Clarke

Marlow Blake

Flynn Harper

Aspen Elijah/Elliot


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Posted 25 May 2018 - 04:41 PM

just trying out some new girls names?

Willow Amélie
Reese Parker
Hanna Imogen
Violette Kirsten
Lorena Artemis
Blair Sabrina

Willow Amélie: I prefer Willa to Willow but nothing wrong with it. Just nms. I prefer Amelia but Amelie isn't bad, I never understand the use of é or other pronunciation marks in names though. I just can't see keeping up with it. The name flows great though. (7/10)

Reese Parker: I only know this is a girl's name because you've stated it, otherwise it's not obvious. I know for boys it's typically Rhys for boys but I still consider the Reese spelling unisex. I prefer not to put two unisex names together. I also prefer Parker on a boy. They sound okay together. (6/10)

Hanna Imogen: Not sure I've ever seen Hanna without the ending H before or if I like it, but the name overall is alright. As for Imogen, I kind of put it in the same category as Saoirse. I just can't bring myself to like it but I'm aware it's more from a culture standpoint. I didn't grow up hearing the name so to me it's very foreign and hard to pronounce. I know there are 2 ways to pronounce the ending for Imogen, one flows with Hanna while the other not so much. (5/10)

Violette Kirsten: I hope you pronounce Violette differently than Violet. It's absolutely gorgeous and a great twist to Violet. I have nothing against Kirsten but I don't feel it flows with Violette. Violet Kirsten flows better but I much prefer using Violette. (7/10)

Lorena Artemis: I'm not a fan of Lorena personally and Artemis is alright, it's pretty but the two do work well together. Solid combo. (9/10)

Blair Sabrina: I really don't care for either name, at all. But the work together, in either order...Blair Sabrina or Sabrina Blair. Not my style but a solid combo. (8/10)



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Posted 25 May 2018 - 05:52 PM

Names that my SO and I agree on.

 

Waverly Clarke

Marlow Blake

Flynn Harper

Aspen Elijah/Elliot

I'm not sure on the genders but I'm going to assume these are boys? If not let me know and I'll give feedback the other way.

Waverly Clarke: I don't care for Waverly on a boy. I like Clarke a lot though, Clark or Clarke are both great options for spelling. The two go okay together. Seems a little surname heavy though, the actual surname could make or break this combo for me. (7/10)

Marlow Blake: Marlow is another name I prefer on girls, more specifically spelled Marlowe. Blake is a solid middle name. They sound okay together, though I can't tell if it leans more feminine or masculine tbh. (8/10)

Flynn Harper: Flynn is adorable, Harper is pretty good with it. I prefer Harper on a girl but it doesn't ruin the combo and I don't consider Flynn unisex at all.  (8/10)

Aspen Elijah/Elliot: Aspen is cute! I'm not bold enough to use it but I do like it. However, if you plan to use a nickname like Aspie, just know it's a common nickname for those with Asperger's...not that it would deter me at all! I like both Elijah and Elliot. As a name, I like Elliot more but with the combo, I lean more Elijah. (Aspen Elijah: 10/10, Aspen Elliot 9/10)

 



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Posted 26 May 2018 - 01:23 AM

Elliot 'Leo' Andrew

Huxley 'Huck' David

Oakley Richard

 

Juliette 'Julie' Veronica

Joy Gwendolen

Pearl Wilhelmina

 

{All middle names are family names}


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Posted 29 May 2018 - 10:45 PM

Elliot Andrew- it sounds like someone who would be a very dapper, smart kid. To me, the initials both being vowels clash and they arent personally favorites of mine however they are strong names.

Huxley David- I really like Huxley. Its unique. To me, it brings to mind a very manly man, perhaps someone a horse trainer. Im not personally a fan of David but again, it is a strong name and they go well together

Oakley Richard- I like Oakley as well. Its unique, however not unheard of. Again, not a fan of Richard but it is a strong name. Oakley brings to mind a very mellow, relaxed personality, like how Mason appeared to be at first, on true blood.

Juliette Veronica- I think this is a lot of name, and I prefer Victoria. However Juliette is pretty and I like how you incorporate family names. I personally would do something such as a short first name with Juliette as middle or Juliette with a short middle.

I really like Joy Gwendolyn. Its very cute. However Gwendolyn Joy I think would flow better. But honestly either way.... adorable

Pearl Wilhelmina- Again, this is a lot of name and I am personally not a fan of either name.

I dont really have any name combos at the moment. Thats why Im here. To find names I lkke, again.

I really like the name Breña at the moment though.

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Posted 30 May 2018 - 06:20 PM

 

Elliot 'Leo' Andrew

Huxley 'Huck' David

Oakley Richard

 

Juliette 'Julie' Veronica

Joy Gwendolen

Pearl Wilhelmina

 

{All middle names are family names}

 


Elliot 'Leo' Andrew: I love all of these names! Though the popularity Elliot seems to have bothers me a bit, and I'd definitely say is more popular than you're other names on here but still a great choice. Never heard of Leo as a nickname for Elliot. I think it's a bit of a stretch but does work! I love Leo on it's own even so it's a cute nickname. Andrew is a great name! However, I do feel like the two don't flow together super well, just kind of 'okay'. Great combo overall! (10/10)

Huxley 'Huck' David: I do like the nickname Huck but I'm a little unsure about Huxley. It's cute and alright. David is a good solid middle name. The two work really well together though. (8/10)

Oakley Richard: I love Oakley! I'm not sure I'm bold enough to use it so props to you! I'm not a huge fan of Richard myself, but as a middle name it's not bad. Richard being a family name makes it that much better though! The two sound great together. (9/10)

Juliette 'Julie' Veronica: I absolutely adore Juliette!! I like Juliette much better than Juliet so great choice. I don't like Julie as much and feel it kind of takes away from how great Juliette is. I could see Julie coming naturally anyway but I just love Juliette so much more. Veronica is alright. I like that Veronica is a family name but I'm not sure it pairs well with Juliette.  (8/10)

Joy Gwendolen: I'm not a huge fan of Joy and honestly rarely hear it (as a first or middle). I could see it growing on me if I met a little Joy. Not a fan of Gwendolen (or any Gwen name honestly) and not sure about the way this is spelled/looks either but again, if it's a family name then it's good to use. I do think they sound pretty decent together too. (7/10)

Pearl Wilhelmina: I love Pearl!! I can take or leave Wilhelmina, it's okay, but like I said with others...family names for middles are always a go imo. It does feel a tad L heavy, I'd maybe even consider Juliette Wilhelmina and Pearl Veronica, but the flow itself is good. (8/10)


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Posted 02 June 2018 - 03:11 PM

These names are the more "out there" names on my list. I don't find them crazy by any means, they just aren't the more classic names I tend to lean towards. I obviously love them, or they wouldn't be on my list, but I'm curious to get someone else's perspective on them.

 

Astoria Grace-Stori/Story

Wisteria Noelle-Wisty

Schuyler Eloise

Rhiannon Paige

 

Rhys Oliver

Thayer Lewis

Whitford Jerome- Whit

Rhydian Everett


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Posted 08 June 2018 - 08:29 PM

I dont really have any name combos at the moment. Thats why Im here. To find names I lkke, again.

I really like the name Breña at the moment though.

Well if you ever have any combos, feel free to come back here and I'll give you feedback....

Breña: This is alright. I don't think I've ever seen the name before, maybe Brenna? But the ñ would change that pronunciation....Maybe it's used elsewhere but I've never heard it nor do I see anyone pronouncing it correctly.

Good luck.



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Posted 08 June 2018 - 09:55 PM

These names are the more "out there" names on my list. I don't find them crazy by any means, they just aren't the more classic names I tend to lean towards. I obviously love them, or they wouldn't be on my list, but I'm curious to get someone else's perspective on them.

 

Astoria Grace-Stori/Story

Wisteria Noelle-Wisty

Schuyler Eloise

Rhiannon Paige

 

Rhys Oliver

Thayer Lewis

Whitford Jerome- Whit

Rhydian Everett

Astoria Grace 'Stori/Story': I would never use Astoria myself but I do think it's actually cute! I would so encourage you to use it. Story is an obvious, yet adorable, nickname with it. I would use the spelling Story, just because it looks aesthetically better imo. I think Grace would be a little much with Story but with a full name of Astoria, it's beautiful. (10/10)

Wisteria Noelle 'Wisty': I don't like this name as much as Astoria, and I definitely wouldn't use them as siblings. Wisty makes sense as the nickname but I'm NAF. Noelle is a good middle name and it does pair well with Wisteria. Just seems a little 'cheesy' for sisters. (6/10)

Schuyler Eloise: I like Skyler or even Skylar but NAF of this spelling. It just throws me off and I know it's not but it gives me a 'misspelled' vibe. Eloise is a gorgeous middle name and I believe it's even on my list. Two names work well together though! (8/10)

Rhiannon Paige: I think Rhiannon is adorable! Love the nickname Rhi/Rih (pronounced like Bri, only 10x cooler!) There's Rihanna and I know of a Rihanni (who doesn't even go by the name anymore) but those names are eh imo, Rhiannon is a great choice. Paige works well with it. (10/10)

Rhys Oliver: I don't like this name for a boy or even Reese/Reece for a girl really. But I've never understood the spelling of Rhys and why/how it's pronounced the same way. I know it's normal/expected here on name boards but do people outside of the internet know of the name and how to pronounce it? Never run into anyone with the name so I can't say for sure. I do love Oliver though, great choice! (5/10)

Thayer Lewis: I feel like this probably wouldn't fly with most people but I kind of like the sound of it. I feel like it should provide a natural nickname option  (based on sound alone) but looking at it, it doesn't really. Hayes maybe?? That might be pushing it. Lewis is a great middle name with it. (9/10)

Whitford Jerome 'Whit': I absolutely adore Whit names!!! I have Whitman and Whitfield on my list and I know Whittaker has been gaining attention lately but Whitford is different and cool! I approve! Love the nickname Whit, obviously. Not a huge fan of Jerome (I prefer Jeremy or Jeremiah) but it actually works really well with Whitford! (10/10)

Rhydian Everett: I obviously would suggest not using this and Rhys (or Rhiannon honestly). I definitely prefer this more than Rhys as well. I'm not a huge lover of spelling Ry- names Rhy instead but there isn't any other logical way to spell this name either so. Rydian looks goofy lol. I love Everett and the names work wonderfully together. (9/10)



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Posted 15 June 2018 - 11:31 AM

Finley Charlotte Maeve

Carter Victoria Rose

Wyatt Elizabeth Lux

Not too sure about Lux. Looking for a feminine, one-syllable name like Maeve and Rose other than names like Jane and Hope.

 

Benjamin Lucas Floyd

Noah Alexander Floyd

Teigan Wesley Floyd

Floyd is a family name.







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