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#1 jckgirl

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Posted 06 January 2013 - 07:33 AM

The novel I have been working on is about a 17 year old queen who is cheating on her 30 year old husband. Who do you think she should cheat with, and what names do you think he would have? I'm planning on the queen and her lover to have a baby, what should they name him/her?

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Posted 06 January 2013 - 10:13 PM

Queen:
Ill go with Annalie cause it sounds kinda royal...ish

King:
Caden, James, George?

Lover:
Is he royal at all or like a peasant?

Names that sound good:
James
Charley or Charles
Peter
Edward
William
Adam
Robin
Thomas
Hugh
Philip
Nycolous
Lochlan
Rhett
Brent
Wade
Beau
Jack
Jonas
Cade
Wilkes
Sam

So now you have alot of options....hehe

Baby:

Girl-
Lillianna
Keira
Ona/Anya
Careen
Ellen
Lorena
Lissie
Erica
Ella
Maisey
Lalie
Allyiesn
Tara
Bridgett
Briget
Katie

Baby boys:
Parker
Levi
Keegan
Jim
Frank
Barthemew
:) you can also use names from the lover list. :)




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Posted 07 January 2013 - 03:58 AM

Well to have it be a guard or a knight has been done before, as well as a visiting lord (if you've ever seen Marie Antoniette)... It might be interesting if he was a nobody.

He might be named...
  • Coleson
  • Fisher
  • Dante
  • Gabriel
  • Cael
  • Foster
  • Tyler
  • Michael
  • Blake
  • Cooper
When it comes to the sex of the baby you want to keep in mind that by making it a boy, he could be a potential threat to the throne, where as a girl not so much.
Baby boy
  • Ash
  • Hunter
  • Judas
  • Maddox
  • Maxen
  • Bay
  • Sawyer
  • Nikolai
Baby girl
  • Jade
  • Amber
  • Alexandria
  • Carmen
  • Juliana
  • Leila
  • Eloise
  • Sophie/Sophia
  • Ariana
  • Arica


#4 Katie-Nana

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 04:06 PM

Maybe a younger brother (of the King)? I once read a story where a young Queen was married to a 50-60ish King and had an affair with his grown son. I think they ended up getting married after he died. But your king would need to be much older.

Are you thinking of any particular style names? Super classic? Foreign? Or Invented/Sci-fi sounding names?

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 08:10 PM

Queen:
Cassandra nn Cassie
Caliope nn Callie
Evangeline nn Eva
Isobel nn Izzy
Elizabeth nn Liz, Lizzy, Libby, Becky, Beth, Eliza (too many to list...I would know haha)
Lucy nn Luce (pronounced like loose)
Rose Marie nn Rosie
Rosalie nn Rosie
Jocelyn nn Josie
Penelope nn Penny
Piper

(I used names with nicknames because I find it sweet when the lover has a nickname that only they call them.)

King

William
Walter
George
Kendrick
Benjamin
Vincent
David
Gregory
Nicholas
Michael
Xavier
Martin
Leonardo/Leonard
Ferdinand -- not sure I like that one...but most old people have names that annoy me. Lol
Alfred
Arthur
Christopher

Lover

Carter
Jack
Emmett
Sam
Kyle
Adam
Nathan/Nathaniel nn Nate?
Alexander nn Alex, Lex, Zander maybe even Zandi?
Bennet
Bentley--depending on what time period it is set...
Wren
Duke
Graham
Ethan
Eli nn of Elijah
Lee
Logan
James nn Jamie, Jimmy
Dean
Connor
Jesse
Cooper
Deacon
Tyler nn Ty

Baby

Emma Grace
Cecilia Rose
Amelia Grace
Avery Faith
Natalie Anne
Scarlett Joy
Annalyse Claire
Dahlia Rose
Aubrey Paige

Max Peyton
Trevor James
Parker David
Noah James
Jay Carter
Wesley Carter
Colin Camden
Hayden Connor
Jude Carter

#6 Laura2013

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 04:47 PM

When it comes to the sex of the baby you want to keep in mind that by making it a boy, he could be a potential threat to the throne, where as a girl not so much.


This caught my attention. This doesn't actually apply in royal households anymore as either a girl or a boy can take the throne. Not in Japan as they are Imperial and therefore only have male heirs.

Have you not seen the news announcement this week about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge baby getting a title i.e. Royal Highness as well as Prince/Princess and EITHER sex can take the throne.

I would discard this comment. It's sexist too.

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 07:43 PM

This caught my attention. This doesn't actually apply in royal households anymore as either a girl or a boy can take the throne. Not in Japan as they are Imperial and therefore only have male heirs.

Have you not seen the news announcement this week about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge baby getting a title i.e. Royal Highness as well as Prince/Princess and EITHER sex can take the throne.

I would discard this comment. It's sexist too.



That really depends on when the story is set. They only recently changed it so that the Duke and Duchess' child can take the throne no matter what gender. Years ago a male was the threat.

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Posted 10 February 2013 - 11:32 AM

This caught my attention. This doesn't actually apply in royal households anymore as either a girl or a boy can take the throne. Not in Japan as they are Imperial and therefore only have male heirs.

Have you not seen the news announcement this week about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge baby getting a title i.e. Royal Highness as well as Prince/Princess and EITHER sex can take the throne.

I would discard this comment. It's sexist too.


This comment is not sexist because if this story is set:

A. a loooong time ago

B. in a different land that doesn't excist or is not known to man

Then your comment would be incorrect. Not all stories are set in modern day. Though I do agree, had this been set today here in our world (not japan according to the quote above) then I also would see that as sexist. Hope this clarifies things more.

Oh... and as for names.

Queen

Adiline nn Addie
Belle nn Bella
Clarisse nn Claire
Daina
Danielle
Daniella
Emiline nn Emma
Fiona
Gretchen???
Gabrielle
Gabriella
Gemma
Hanna
Hera
Isis
Issabelle nn Izzie or Belle
Marlowe (just love that one)
Ayla
Sarah

King

Carter
Caden

Lover
Daniel nn Danny
Edaniel
Edrear
Xavier
William nn Will
Samuel nn Sammy

Baby Names

G: Piper, Bennete, Ayla, Marlowe, Dinah, Sarah
B: Grant, Graeme, Griffin, Benjamin, William, Samson

#9 Laura2013

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Posted 25 February 2013 - 01:43 PM

Actually Japan is the only country left to have male-only heirs.




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