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#1 kentuckydime


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Posted 14 July 2014 - 10:08 AM

Have twin girl names picked out... Andersyn nn Andi and Emersyn nn Emma but we have no clue about middle names. We don't necessarily care about complete matching middle names since the first names are really matchy, but we would like for them to follow a similar pattern (whether they both be 4 letters or same syllables). Help!!

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 12:56 PM

I love the sibset here, and I really like the nickname, Andi for a girl. <3

I listed them so that the names kind of correspond with each other (same style, same initial, same syllables, etc.)


Andersyn Chloe

Andersyn Lila

Andersyn Victoria

Andersyn June

Andersyn Vera

Andersyn Violet

Andersyn Rae

Andersyn Lana

Andersyn Eleanor

Andersyn Gemma

Andersyn Phoebe

Andersyn Liza

Andersyn Mae

Andersyn Molly


Emersyn Jade

Emersyn Leah

Emersyn Valerie

Emersyn Jane

Emersyn Veda (pron. "Vay-da")

Emersyn Daisy

Emersyn Grey

Emersyn Lola

Emersyn Scarlett

Emersyn Georgia

Emersyn Piper

Emersyn Nora

Emersyn Rose

Emersyn Maisie



Hope this helps!!

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Posted 16 July 2014 - 03:03 PM

Personally I don't like Andersyn. (I do like Anderson on a boy)
Emerson is nice (I like this spelling myself) but in a set they both feel very masculine.

Love love love Emma and Andi!!
I think since both fn are 3 syllables a 1 syllable mn sounds best.
Heres a few for you to mix and match:

My favourites are Andersyn Rose and Emersyn Leigh
Not entirely sure what sort of style youre looking for.

And just in case, here are a few sets Ive come up with that arent too matchy but fit in style, theme, amount of syllables, same first letter etc.

Penny and Piper
Aubrey and Harper
Marina and Brooke
Lyric and Harmony
Ruby and Scarlet
Carina and Caitlin
Eden and Iris
Charlotte and Brianna
Hannah and Grace
Felicity and Mercy
Britta and Cora
Sienna and Violet

As a twin, I was always happy to not have a similar name to my sister. Its hard enough feeling like youre part of a set and practically the same person.. Its nice to have your own individual identity. Thats why I like names that are maybe more discretely matching. (same meaning, style, similar letters..)

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