♡ Current Combos ♡
Posted 26 April 2013 - 05:46 PM
Jillian Aurora Winslet/Aurora Jillian Winslet (with or without Winslet)
Sansa Lenora Jane
Madeline Fiona/Fiona Madeline
Need combos for:
Eloise (middle name only)
Elizabeth (middle name only)
Posted 26 April 2013 - 10:28 PM
Katerina Lily - Love it!
Jillian Aurora Winslet/Aurora Jillian Winslet (with or without Winslet) - I like Jillian Aurora (without Winslet) best. The other options seem too long, in my opinion.
Carolina Maeve - Love it!
Poppy Valentine - This name seems a little too cutesy to me. Plus, both names are word names, so it sounds more like a phrase than a name.
Charlotte Matilda - Love it!
Elena Michele - Love it!
Amelia Catelyn/Caitlin - I'm not sure if I love these names together. Caitlin Amelia seems to have the better flow to me. And I prefer Caitlin spelled like this.
Hadley Rebekah - Nice flow, though I personally am not fond of either name.
Anastasia Louise - Nice!
Sansa Lenora Jane - Sansa and Lenora clash a little bit to me, considering both end in a. I think Sansa is a little too unique for my taste. How about Sansa Lenore, Sansa Jane, or Sansa Jane Lenore?
Cordelia Vivienne - A little long, but nice.
Hannah Delphine - Delphine reminds me of dolphin, haha! Otherwise, nice combo.
Arabella Lucy - Both names are cute, but this combo is a little L-heavy. Lucy Arabella seems easier to pronounce.
Margaery Willow - Margaery seems a little bit archaic to me. Since Willow is a bit trendier, the two names seem to clash stylistically.
Tallulah Rose - Tallulah is not my style, but the combo is nice.
Emmeline Grace - Pretty!
Ever Juliet - I'm not a fan of Ever since it's a word name. The combo "Ever Juliet" sounds more like a phrase than a name to me. Have you considered Eve Juliet, Juliet Eve, or Eva Juliet?
Madeline Fiona/Fiona Madeline - I like the combo Fiona Madeline better due to the flow. Both names are very pretty.
Posted 27 April 2013 - 01:58 AM
My favourites are:
Clara Penelope *
Poppy Valentine *
Hadley Rebekah (Though I prefer Rebecca)
Tallulah Rose *
Emmeline Grace *
Ever Juliet *
But I also like:
Cordelia Vivienne *
Hannah Delphine *
As single names, My favourite are Eleanor, Eloise, Lenora, Jane and Lucy. I like Elizabeth, Elena, Arabella and Aurora.
Maisie is cute too, but a little too childish for me. I just can't see it on a middle aged person.
But here's some combos for the names you wanted:
Posted 27 April 2013 - 03:00 PM
I think I'm going to switch the combo to Aurora Jillian and drop Winslet altogether. I adore Winslet with the nn Winnie, but it's just not right in this combo.
I see what you mean about Poppy Valentine being too cutesy...but I just adore the sound of it! What about Poppy Madeline? But, I really like Madeline paired with Fiona...Poppy Madeline Fiona? Hmmm.
I also prefer the spelling of Caitlin usually, but Game of Thrones made me like the spelling Catelyn. Also, if I used Catelyn it would be pronounced Cat-lynn. Caitlin will still be Kate-lynn.
I am having the most difficult time finding the perfect combo for Sansa. I like Sansa Lenora Jane, but it feels really "n" heavy in sound. Jane is after my grandmother and added to give Sansa Lenora a better sound. All three together I don't think is too bad, but I don't know. This is a hard name! Sansa Jane Lenore isn't bad though...What do you think of Sansa Jane Eleanor?? It would solve two problems: Sansa and Eleanor! What do you think?
Margaery Willow does seem to clash stylistically, but for the life of me I cannot find a middle name I like to go with Margaery. What about Margaery Elizabeth? Would also solve the Elizabeth problem, but I feel that's kind of boring? What if I added another middle name? Margaery Willow Elizabeth or Margaery Elizabeth Willow? I know they're both long, but that doesn't bother me. Margaery Elizabeth Quinn? Margaery Elizabeth Piper? I think the only way I will be satisfied with Margaery is having two middle names because as with Sansa I found names were either too trendy/modern or too old-fashioned. Sansa Jane for example was too old-fashioned. Add in Lenore (or Eleanor) and it gives it a nice twist.
Not a fan of Eve or Eva. I read Ever in a book and loved it. It's definitely a guilty pleasure, not a name I would probably ever use. Still want to have it on my list though. Juliet is a name I absolutely LOVE for a middle name and it seems to go with a lot, but I've yet to find the perfect fn for it. I paired Ever with it because I also couldn't find a name to go with Ever.
I also prefer Fiona Madeline flow wise, but I prefer Madeline Fiona because I like Madeline as a fn and Fiona as the mn. Hmmm. What about Madeline Eloise Fiona? Madeline Fiona Eloise?
Maisie Eleanor is really cute! I might add that to my list if I end up not liking Sansa Jane Eleanor.
Pippa Eleanor is so cute! I might add it to my list.
I really like Jessa Eleanor but my boyfriend's ex is Jessica and she ruined that name and others like it.
Love Maisie Quinn! For some reason I really like the initials M.Q.
Thanks to both of you for responding!
Posted 28 April 2013 - 05:04 PM
Zoe Clementine - I know it's on practically everyone's list, but it's so cute!
Jessamine Willow (Jessa-meen) (*Jessa)
Cassia Violet (Cass-ee-uh)
Persephone Lark (*Percy or *Seph)
Posted 28 April 2013 - 09:55 PM
I love Clementine. I have it paired with Lily as a first name. Though I'm not sure how well Zoe fits with it, it's a cute combo.
Arianna Primrose has somewhat of a fairytale princess vibe going on. I really like it.
Maisie Quinn is obviously adorable IMO I wouldn't change a thing! (Even though it's hard for me to imagine a 40 year old with the name..)
Aurelia Florence, though I love both names, isn't my favourite combination. Simply because it's a bit of a tongue twister for me... I think the 'R's and 'L's sort of blend together when I say it. But I simply adore both names. Especially Florence.
Glad you liked Cassia! I think it's gorgeous and a cute way to honour Cassie. Violet is a great middle name option because it seems to fit stylistically. Makes me think of a NICE celebrity type combo.
Persephone, though not my style, paired with Lark it's just so cute. (I personally like the nn Penny.. tones it down a little and gives a more mainstream fallback option).
Jessamine Willow and Nina Elspeth aren't for me.
Posted 02 May 2013 - 02:30 PM
I like: Anastasia Lousie, Margaery Willow, Tallulah Rose, and Hadley Rebekah.
I love: Arabella Lucy, Elena Michele, and Katerina Lily.
Of course if I had to choose my all time favorite it would be Katerina Lily. You already know I love the name Katerina and with Lily it goes off a positive vibe and beautiful sound.
Posted 08 May 2013 - 03:53 AM
Amelia Catelyn (I usally prefer "original" spellings, but Catelyn looks prettier to me.)
Sansa Lenora Jane (Swooning over it. I usually hate two mns, but this has great flow. Sansa and Lenora both ending in -a doesn't really present a problem to me, because the way I say it in my head, Lenora Jane sounds hyphenated. Rather than Sansa Lenora with Jane tacked onto the end of it.)
Madeline Fiona/Fiona Madeline (Both are great, but do you prn Madeline mad-uh-line or mad-uh-linn? Mad-uh-linn Fiona and Fiona Mad-uh-line would be best for each, imo.)
Poppy Valentine - I adore Poppy, but Valentine just doesn't sound like a name to me for some reason. I like plenty of surnames as names, but Valentine just won't make the switch in my head. Poppy Eleanor is really cute though!
Anastasia Louise - Love Anastasia, but Louise seems a bit like a filler name to me. Maisie Anastasia sounds nice, but it has the repeating long 'a' sound, if that bothers you. Also idk how you feel about Anastasia as a mn.
Arabella Lucy - Lucy seems much more like a nn to me, so it especially sticks out in the mn spot. Do you like Arabella Lucille or is that too 'l' heavy? Maisie Arabella is cute! Sorry I keep turning your first names into middles, haha.
Madeline Fiona/Fiona Madeline
Maisie Louise (also okay admit Maisie Lou is the cutest nn)
Maisie Juliet (that's so cute I might actually put it on my list...)
Zoe Clementine - This is honestly so adorable, who cares if it's popular.
Arianna Primrose - Okay, Air-ee-ah-nuh Primrose sounds lovely to me, but Air-ee-an-uh Primrose does not, so how much I like this depends on how you prn Arianna.
Maisie Quinn - ADORABLE.
Jessamine Willow - Jessamine is really nms, but the flow is okay.
Aurelia Florence - Aurelia is gorgeous, but Florence isn't my thing. Aurelia Primrose or Aurelia Madeline would be nice.
Cassia Violet - Love it love it love it so much, I am so tempted to steal it. Cassia and Violet are both some of my favorites (I usually prn it Cash-uh (actually it sounds more like Cass-yuh because I don't prn the 'h' very hard), but I've been known to use both) and ugh Cassia Violet is just perfect.
Persephone Lark - I LOVE the nn Percy, but I'm not fond of Persephone. If you like it though, go for it. Lark is nms. Persephone Violet sounds nice.
Nina Elspeth - Eh, neither are my favorite...
Also some more combos:
Posted 10 May 2013 - 12:14 AM
I forgot to mention:
Catelyn is pronounced Cat-lynn, not Kate-lynn if that makes any difference.
Madeline is pronounced Mad-uh-lyn in this combo. I like both pronunciations in general, but only like Mad-uh-lyn in this combo.
I know Louise is typically a filler name but I adore it. <3
I typically dislike nicknames as names, but Lucy seems like it could stand on it's own. Arabella Lucille is a little too l heavy.
You should definitely put Maisie Juliet on your list!
Arianna is pronounced Ar-ee-ah-na. I also like the Ariana spelling and go back and forth a lot.
Cassia is pronounced Cass-ee-uh. I dislike Cash-uh a lot
I made a few changes to my list since I posted this topic. They're on my profile if you wanna check them out.
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