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#1 ElleB

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Posted 27 July 2014 - 01:43 PM

Acacia

I was going through a list of suggestions on another post yesterday and came across this one. I know of a couple pronunciations for this one: A-case-ee-uh or A-cay-sha. How would you pronounce it?

 

Acacia Noelle

Acacia Roxanne

 

Moxie

Basically means "feisty" to sum up. I love it, probably as a middle until I could warm up to it.

 

Evelyn Moxie

Gwendolyn Moxie

Ryder Moxie?

 

Ryder

I've always loved Ryder on a girl, but now I think I really love it! I think it would need a VERY feminine middle name to go with it to balance out the unisex principle. Opinions and suggestions would be great!

 

Ryder Gwen

Ryder Genevieve

Ryder Emilia

 

 

 

Any suggestions for ANY of these would be amazing! Please and thank you!! :)



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Posted 27 July 2014 - 02:22 PM

I would pronounce Acacia as a-cay-sha, or even a-cay-shee-uh.  Both Acacia Noelle and Acacia Roxanne flow nicely, but I prefer Acacia Noelle.  Both names sound ultra-feminine and compliment each other well, whereas Roxanne seems a little spunky to go with Acacia.

 

Moxie is not my style, but I like it as a middle name.  Evelyn Moxie would probably be my favorite (Evelyn is feminine without being too frilly, making it compatible with Moxie), but I think Gwendolyn Moxie is nice too.  I wouldn't go with Ryder Moxie because a) they're both word names (rider being the word's spelling), and B) I think it would be hard to tell the gender of a kid named Ryder Moxie.

 

I'm not fond of Ryder for a boy or a girl - it sounds too trendy to me, personally.  If you really love it for a girl, however, I agree that it would work best with a traditionally feminine middle name.  Ryder Emilia would be my favorite out of the ones you suggested.

 

Hope this helps!


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Posted 29 July 2014 - 05:12 PM

I say Acacia as Ah KAH shuh






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