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#1 lexesmonique


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Posted 30 July 2013 - 04:33 AM

hello. i recently just found out that im having a little girl which completely through me for a loop because i was prepared for a boy lol. but i already have the middle name(s) picked out. i just need help with the first. the options are:

kynadi/kenadi renee sy'mone ( both pronounced kennedy )

ke'mari renee sy'mone ( ke-mar-ee )

ke'mani renee sy'mone ( ke-man-ee )

a'miyah renee sy'mone ( ah-my-ah )

a'niyah renee sy'mone ( ah-ni-ah )

london renee sy'mone

i feel all are such good first names i just can't decide lol.

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 08:10 AM

I like London Renee Sy'mone the best out of those options. All the others look super confusing. Pretty pronunciations, but I would have never pronounced any of them the way you want. I suggest:
Kennedy Renee Sy'mone :wub: (this is precious. this would be my favorite if you spelled it like this :) ) or even Kennadie
Kaymari Renee Sy'mone (not sure I'm understanding the pronunciation here, but I guessed)
I have no idea for Ke'mani
Ahmaia Amaya or Amaia (this one is pretty, too) Amaia Renee Sy'mone is nice. :) I actually really like it!
A'nia if you like the apostrophe.

so, in order, these are my favorites:
Kennedy Renee Sy'mone
Amaia Renee Sy'mone
London Renee Sy'mone
Kaymari Renee Sy'mone
A'nia Renee Sy'mone
Ke'mani Renee Sy'mone

Hope I wasn't too negative or offensive! I didn't mean to be at all. I actually really like the top 3! The other 3 are just not my style. I'm sure whatever you pick will be darling!

Congrats on the baby girl!

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 09:24 AM

I think you have a list of very pretty names, however, I'm not a big fan of creative spellings and apostrophe so that kind of turns me away from them. Please don't be offended.

1. London Renee Sy'mone: This is definitely my favorite. It is very pretty and flows well.
2. A'miyah Renee Sy'mone: I would prefer Amaya or Amaia, but the name itself is very cute and sounds good with Renee
3. Kynadi/Kenadi Renne Sy'mone: Both spellings just look off to me. Kennedy definitely would age better.
4. A'niyah Renne Sy'mone: Again, not a fan of the apostrophe. Aniyah and Ania look better to me.
5. Ke'mari Renne Sy'mone: Kemari is nice, I don't know exactly how well it will age though.
6. Ke'mani Renne Ry'mone: I can't really picture Kemani on a girl. It sounds very boy-ish to me.

I don't know if your looking for name suggestions, but here are some I think you may like:

Imani/ Amani

What do you think? Hope this helps! :)

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 11:54 AM

I like London & Kenadi. Amaia/Amaya would be nice as well.

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 04:22 PM

I like Kenadi. Not to be offensive but I don't like the creative spellings. I would hate to keep having to spell out my name for people. I'm sorry if this offends you. I don't mean for it to I'm just trying to be honest :) London is very nice too.
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Posted 30 July 2013 - 04:49 PM

I agree with Steph above. All names sound really lovely, but the creative spellings throw me off a little. In my opinion, there's nothing wrong with the good, old, traditional spellings.

I like London Renee :)

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