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Posted 27 July 2013 - 06:01 AM

Sloane Brigh Morgan, Brigh pronounced Bree

Sloane Bryn Morgan

Sloane Aubrey Morgan

My preference is the first one since Brigh is the original spelling of this name and it works out very well in Numerology.

Also, what kind of vibe does Sloane Morgan give you in general?

Please feel free to suggest anything.

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Posted 27 July 2013 - 06:16 AM

Sloane Morgan. Morgan is the last name. What impression does this name leave you with? I am also very into numerology so the mn must make sense along those lines. Here are some of the ideas at the moment:

Sloane Brigh Morgan. This is the best numerology-wise. Brigh is prn Bree and this is the original Celtic spelling not a new, creative spelling.

Sloane Bryn Morgan. Maybe a little rhyme-y

Sloane Aubrey Morgan. Just because I love Aubrey and names that sound like it.

The other option is to use the other family surname Zachary. In that case the only choice would be Sabrina Rose as in Sabrina Rose Zachary.

Any input is much appreciated!!!!! Thanks :)

(opps sorry I meant honest OPINIONS... dang typo)

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Posted 27 July 2013 - 03:29 PM

Tbh to me Sloane is more masculine, but then I prefer the older boys names that tend to be used more for girls nowadays (think Casey, or Micah). I would go with Sabrina Rose; it's much less ambiguous, and I think that it's very pretty. I think Sabrina Rose Zachary is a great name that will stand your daughter in good stead throughout her life.

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Posted 27 July 2013 - 04:02 PM

Sloane Morgan sounds VERY masculine. I am not a fan of Sabrina Rose, though. Is there anything besides Sloane you could use? Sloane could be a great middle name. Aubrey Sloane Morgan? I know Aubrey is traditionaly male, too, but I feel like it has a feminine feel these days.

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Posted 27 July 2013 - 04:13 PM

Sloane? No, JUST NO: I'm sorry but it sounds too masculine for a girl...and too much like "Slow"! Don't misunderstand-I'm not trying to hurt your feelings; I just want to give you my advice to help. :) Morgan is pretty, though :wub: So is Aubrey, but maybe you'd like Audrey with a D better. It's more of an underused classic, while Aubrey is rather trendy and stereotyped as being "teen-mom". Rose is SOOO beautiful! Sabrina, too

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Posted 27 July 2013 - 10:38 PM

Thank you so much for your feedback. Please don't worry about hurting my feelings... honesty is the whole point! :) Well, Sloane is out then. I am not really sold on Sabrina either. What about Sabra? Pronounced SAW-BRA I believe. I know it's a popular brand of hummus... that's a drawback. Any other ideas for _____ Rose Zachary? I think Brigh is too unusual for the first name place but I do like it's Celtic feel.

Thanks!!

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Posted 28 July 2013 - 03:01 AM

The flow of Sabra Rose is off for me, there're too many r sounds in a short space.

Sabina Rose (close to Sabrina but I feel it's less common)
Elena Rose
Bethany Rose
Willow Rose (maybe too flowery)
Waverly Rose
Winslet Rose
Zoey Rose
Matilda Rose
Tabitha Rose
Georgia Rose
Freya Rose


I think my favourite would be Matilda Rose, closely followed by Tabitha Rose. They're both less common but still well known names, with cute nickname opportunities (Milly, Tilly, Mattie, Mia/Tabby, Bia, Tia).
Let me know if you want more suggestions!
Hannah x

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Posted 28 July 2013 - 07:01 PM

I actually like Sloane for a girl! I think Sloane Brigh Morgan is super cute!

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Posted 28 July 2013 - 10:58 PM

I love the name Sloane, but prefer it more in the middle name spot because it is so masculine. What about Aubrey Sloane Morgan :wub:

If you're looking for Celtic names, I really like Imogen and Amena. Plus they both have good meanings! Maybe, Imogen Rose or Amena Rose?

I've never been a fan of Sabrina. But I do love Sienna. Sienna Rose would be gorgeous!

Hope this helps! :)

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 03:15 AM

Hmmm... really good suggestions by all! I've never heard of Amena... that's sorta growing on me. I never found Sloane to be masculine because the girl from Ferris Bueller's Day Off was named Sloane. And in the U.K. there is this whole "Sloane Ranger" thing which is slang for a preppy girl. I'm not into really frilly names.

Thanks for some great suggestions! :)

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 01:18 PM

How about Senna?

Senna Rose Zachary <3
Savannah Rose Zachary
Arden Rose Zachary
Leighton Rose Zachary
Jessa Rose Zachary
Kaia Rose Zachary
Bryn Rose Zachary
Willa Rose Zachary
Blythe Rose Zachary
Claire Rose Zachary
Lane Rosaline Zachary
Anastasia Rose Zachary
Francesca Rose Zachary
Jessamine Rose Zachary
Olivette Rose Zachary
Magnolia Rose Zachary
Persephone Rose Zachary "Persie"
Georgianna Rose Zachary

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 02:01 PM

I like Sloane on a girl and a boy, like the similar Shiloh which a lot of people think is more masculine. Though I prefer Sloane as a middle name personally :) I love Sabrina Rose <3 It's so gorgeous!

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 02:19 PM

Since Sloane is a one syllable name, I think pairing it with another one syllable name (Brigh/Bryn) makes the name sound a bit choppy.

I think Sloane Aubrey Morgan is a nice choice.

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 01:54 AM

Oh my word :huh: I am so confused!! Too many good choices! Aubrey Sloane Zachary is mighty tempting... sigh.

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 09:23 AM

Oh my word :huh: I am so confused!! Too many good choices! Aubrey Sloane Zachary is mighty tempting... sigh.


I agree that Aubrey Sloane is precious <3 Aubrey Zachary doesn't flow the best, though. How about Aubrey Sloane Morgan? Aubrey Morgan is cute. :wub:

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 04:27 PM

I don't like it on a girl. I can only picture it on a boy, sorry. I like Aubrey Sloane though. Sloane would certainly be better as a middle name :)

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 12:10 AM

Ohhh I really love that! Aubrey Sloane Morgan. I have one friend that says Aubrey is a lil "stripper-ish"... does anyone think so also? Aubrey Morgan has a great flow to me (since most people
don't use their middle very often) AND I get the option of using the nickname Bree which is kinda where I was going with Brigh.

Does anyone prefer the more creative spelling of Aubree? I usually don't like creative spellings but it sets it apart from the name Audrey (which is also pretty but not what I wanted).

Thanks for sticking here with me!!! :)

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 07:43 AM

Ohhh I really love that! Aubrey Sloane Morgan. I have one friend that says Aubrey is a lil "stripper-ish"... does anyone think so also? Aubrey Morgan has a great flow to me (since most people
don't use their middle very often) AND I get the option of using the nickname Bree which is kinda where I was going with Brigh.

Does anyone prefer the more creative spelling of Aubree? I usually don't like creative spellings but it sets it apart from the name Audrey (which is also pretty but not what I wanted).

Thanks for sticking here with me!!! :)


I don't think it is at all stripper-ish. Not even a little bit. I actually think it sounds really innocent and sweet.

I much prefer Aubrey. Out of all the creative spellings for names out there these days, I think Aubree is one of the better ones, but I still prefer the traditional. Not awful either way. :)

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 03:07 PM

I agree, Sloane is a very masculine name. Aubrey and Sabrina are very beautiful though! :)

Other suggestions:

Bria Rose
Bethany Rose
Cambria Rose
Corinna Rose
Sienna Rose
Stella Rose
Alana Rose
Jana Rose
Mila Rose
Freya Rose
Vivian Rose




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