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#1 Kayleigh Michelle

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Posted 30 May 2013 - 08:30 PM

Do youns like any of these combos? And if you have any suggestions feel free to tell me!

Charlotte:

Charlotte Brooke-Marie
Charlotte Marie
Charlotte Brooke
Charlotte Leigh
Charlotte Leigh-ann, Leighanne
Charlotte Leigh-ayne, Leighayne
Charlotte Layne
Charlotte Alayne
Charlotte Marie-Grayce
Charlotte Cambrie, Kambri
Charlotte Holly-Noel
Charlotte Jayde-Arelle
Charlotte Jayde


Felicity:

Felicity Anne
Felicity Noelle
Felicity Jayde
Felicity Marie
Felicity Marie
Felicity Joy
Felicity Brooke
Felicity Lynnette
Felicity Lynelle


Leo? Lucas?

Leo William, Lucas William?

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Posted 31 May 2013 - 12:24 AM

My favourites are Charlotte Brooke and Felicity Jayde.

I love Leo and Lucas too!

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Posted 31 May 2013 - 08:44 AM

Charlotte Brooke and Felicity Joy! Felicity is my 2nd favorite name of all time!!!
Leo and Lucas?
I have to say Leo William is better. Just not a fan of Lucas...


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Posted 31 May 2013 - 10:08 AM

Charlotte Brooke
Charlotte Alayne
Charlotte Jayde


Felicity Jayde
Felicity Brooke

Lucas William

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Posted 31 May 2013 - 12:51 PM

Charlotte Brook, Charlotte Cambrie & Felicity Noelle. Love Leo!

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Posted 31 May 2013 - 01:54 PM

Charlotte Marie and Felicity Anne. Felicity Joy is problematic because both are nouns that mean "happiness."

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Posted 31 May 2013 - 03:31 PM

Charlotte Marie and Felicity Anne. Felicity Joy is problematic because both are nouns that mean "happiness."

Just to let everyone know, Felicity as a name means successful. It is not a noun if it is a name, and therefore does not necessarily mean joy. Felicity Joy would then mean " joyful success" or something to that nature. In my opinion, it is beautiful!
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Posted 31 May 2013 - 06:28 PM

Charlotte Brooke-Marie
Charlotte Brooke
Charlotte Alayne
Charlotte Marie-Grayce
Charlotte Jayde

Felicity Noelle
Felicity Jayde
Felicity Marie
Felicity Brooke
Felicity Lynnette

Lucas

Lucas William


..And just a suggestion I thought of.. What do you think of Jada Charlotte?? :wub:
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Posted 31 May 2013 - 06:32 PM

Kelsie, I LOVE YOUR SUGGESTION!!!!! Jada Charlotte is BEAUTIFUL!!! Thank you :)) but I still kinda like Charlotte as a first....
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Posted 01 June 2013 - 07:46 AM

Just to let everyone know, Felicity as a name means successful. It is not a noun if it is a name, and therefore does not necessarily mean joy. Felicity Joy would then mean " joyful success" or something to that nature. In my opinion, it is beautiful!


fe·lic·i·ty
Noun
1 Intense happiness.
2 The ability to find appropriate expression for one's thoughts.

Synonyms
happiness - bliss - luck - blessedness - fortune - joy

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 07:55 AM

The English word "felicity" ultimately derives from the Latin "felix," happy," or "felicitas," good luck.
(From www.babynameworld.com)
It means both, and when a name, it IS NOT a "dictionary" noun.

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 07:56 AM

I love Charlotte :) I'm not a fan of any of your combos, though.

Charlotte Felicity
Charlotte Mae / May
Charlotte Brooklyn
Charlotte Elise
Charlotte Grace
Charlotte Mary-Jane
Charlotte Helena
Charlotte Eleanor
Charlotte Lauren
Charlotte Jessica
Charlotte Isobel

Felicity Ann flows the best, but Ann seems too filler.

Felicity Eleanor
Felicity Ellen
Felicity Danielle
Felicity Madeline
Felicity Olive
Felicity Annabel
Felicity Kamryn
Felicity Elaine
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Posted 01 June 2013 - 08:03 AM

The English word "felicity" ultimately derives from the Latin "felix," happy," or "felicitas," good luck.
(From www.babynameworld.com)
It means both, and when a name, it IS NOT a "dictionary" noun.


Can I ask why it isn't a noun?

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 08:59 AM

My name was almost Hannah Grace. Hannah meaning Grace, but the names still being different. Plus, they sound beautiful together. It is the same thing with Felicity Joy. ONE of the definitions of Felicity may be the same as Joy, but they are still beautiful together. Also, how often are people going to hear both the first and middle names together, and if they did, would they imediately think you named her happy happy?
Lastly, isn't a baby a JOY to have? Why not name her accordingly especially if it is one of your favorite combos.
And yes, Luck and Success is the definition of Felicity in my Baby Name Book.

Take Grace for example again...
In the dictionary it means "charm, elegance, accomplishment"
As a NAME it means Having God's favor ... different right?

She is a person, not a noun. It should desribe her and the feelings others get when around her as a person.
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Posted 01 June 2013 - 09:22 AM

My name was almost Hannah Grace. Hannah meaning Grace, but the names still being different. Plus, they sound beautiful together. It is the same thing with Felicity Joy. ONE of the definitions of Felicity may be the same as Joy, but they are still beautiful together. Also, how often are people going to hear both the first and middle names together, and if they did, would they imediately think you named her happy happy?
Lastly, isn't a baby a JOY to have? Why not name her accordingly especially if it is one of your favorite combos.
And yes, Luck and Success is the definition of Felicity in my Baby Name Book.

Take Grace for example again...
In the dictionary it means "charm, elegance, accomplishment"
As a NAME it means Having God's favor ... different right?

She is a person, not a noun. It should desribe her and the feelings others get when around her as a person.


Um, a person IS a noun. And a name is a proper noun.

And I have nothing against the name Felicity Joy, by the way :) I think it's pretty. I was just pointing out that Felicity does mean happiness.

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 09:36 AM

Of course it is a Proper noun!
I am just trying to say that Felicity has multiple definitions, and therefore works just fine. I might even change my pick, Felicity Mae, to Felicity Joy. Mae means bitterness, and I don't want the names to condradict. At least they would coordinate...
Agree to disagree, yet I guess we kind of are agreeing :)

At any rate, Kayleigh Michelle, my vote goes for Felicity Joy!

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 06:02 PM

umm guys calm down! i don't really give a crap about the MEANING of the name...so chill. I only care about the SOUND of it. I had no clue what Felicity meant, and I really doubt anyone else would really care. But thanks for ya'lls advice!
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Posted 01 June 2013 - 07:37 PM

Haha we weren't fighting, we were having a discussion :)




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