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Posted 28 October 2009 - 06:56 PM

Just throwing some names out there. Opinions welcomed and really are quite wanted:)

Girls-
Aome (Ay-oh-meh) stands for Apple Of My Eye
Cheyna (Shay-nuh)
Evelyss (Eve-liss or Eh-vuh-liss)
Arily (Ah-rye-lee) Always Remember I Love You
Rilya (Rye-lll-yuh) Remember I Love You Always
Rhynne (Rin)

Boys-
Aristotle nn Ari
Benton
Heath
Comily (K-oh-m-ee-lee)
Mattan
Patrick
Ryne (Rin)
Skye

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 07:53 PM

Aome- Kind of cute how it stands for Apple Of My Eye...but as for the sound itself I'm not really a fan of. Maybe as a middle name.
Cheyna- I just really dislike all Shay-/Shan sounding names. They just aren't attractive, imo.
Evelyss- It's okay. Not really my style.
Arily- Very cute meaning...not a fan of the spelling. But then it would loose the meaning.
Rilya- I prefer Arily to Rilya. They just look too made up for me.
Rhynne- Very cute. Would make a great middle name.

You may like Nayeli. It means I Love You in Native American. I think it's cute.

Boys-
Aristotle nn Ari- Love the nn Ari. Not so sure about Aristotle. Arian (Air-ee-an?)
Benton- Not my favorite. Would prefer Bentley.
Heath- Again not my favorite but it is a nice, strong name.
Comily- Sounds girly, imo.
Mattan- I would prefer Madden or Matthew. A little trendy.
Patrick- Very nice, strong boy's name.
Ryne- The "y" makes it too girly for my taste. Rin would be fine for a boy.
Skye- I actually love Skye/Skyler on a boy!

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 08:24 PM

Thanks, Anna! Nayeli is really pretty (exactly my style too!!!)

I can definitely see me using Arily Rhynne. What do you think?
Nayeli Rhynne?
Other combos?

For the boys, I like Aristotle because it's Greek. I love Greek boys names!
I've been a huge fan of Skye lately!!! Not skylar, though. Definately nms.

Thanks again!!

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 08:47 PM

I love Nayeli Rhynne :)

I think Skye Aristotle would be quite handsome
Patrick Skye
Heath Aristotle
Patrick Heath

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 10:02 PM

Thanks! I love Skye Aristotle, Patrick Skye/Heath, and still, Aristotle 'Ari' Rin

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 11:51 PM

I don't particularly care for any of the girls names. Evelyss sounds evilest to me. I do think Arily & Rilya have great meanings and it definitely makes them more attractive. Aristotle is really cool (I love Philosophy) but it isn't very practical I think 'loaded' names like this are best left in the middle spot. I love, love, love Ari and I think it makes an awesome given name, it doesn't have to be short for anything. I don't mind Heath but it is heavily connected to the late Heath Ledger. The other boys names are not my style at all.

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Posted 29 October 2009 - 04:45 AM

thanks for your opinion.

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Posted 29 October 2009 - 01:50 PM

Of your girls names I like Rhynne but spelled Wren or Ryn ... I think your spelling reminds me too much of the Rhine river that I would think it pronounced similar to it. Arily is okay and the meaning is nice but I'm not a fan of any of the other gril names.

I would never personally use any of your boy names, their just not my style but they are all nice names.

I hope this helped..

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Posted 29 October 2009 - 03:39 PM

thank you.

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Posted 29 October 2009 - 04:23 PM

okay Maggie-Mae! My mom is sitting down with me here so we'll both give our opinions.

Aome
Cute meaning. but doesnt sound like a name. Maybe as a middle name?
sounds like you're trying to say Naomi and fail bombing at it. i like what it stands for though.

Cheyna
I don't like it. It sounds too harsh
it sounds like the male version of Shane which i dont like

Evelyss
Too made up
ditto. evilest is what comes to mind

Arily
I like what it stands for. Its not the worse of the bunch. But I still don't like it.
its meh. Ariel maybe?

Rilya
No. I'm sorry Maggie, but I don't like it :)
no one would ever know how to say it. ever. but what it stands for is okay

Rhynne
I like Wren...
i dont like it

Mags, it feels like you're trying to hard to put a meaning to the name. Her name doesn't have to spell out "I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!" What you're doing for her, and taking the time to do this tells her that already.

ditto. ill suggest Nayeli which is my future childs name. its Native for I Love You. I have i paired up with Eden.


AristotleI say this because I love you, Mags. You're child will get beat up at school. I had a student named Darwin... I couldn't catch the kids bullying him, but he did get bullied.its okay i guess... but nms

Benton
NMS
same here

Heath
Cute name.
Ledger :)

Comily
Is this an actual name?
i dont like it

Mattan
NMS
same again

Patrick
Love it!
its nice

Ryne (Rin)
NMS
same here... again

Skye
Maybe as a middle name?
not for me.

hope this helped, Maggie-Mae ;)

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 01:08 PM

i llike these names of what you said:

Arily
Ryne (Rin) *i love this one the most *
Skye
Evelyss
Aristotle


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Posted 01 November 2009 - 09:27 AM

Girls-
Aome (Ay-oh-meh) stands for Apple Of My Eye
-Something about this I really think is adorable, but I also think it may be hard for other kids to learn to pronounce and spell, might cause some problems.

Cheyna (Shay-nuh)
- I know a Shayna, she's okay, but not the nicest so I'm not a fan of the name. It's also kind of harsh when you think of Shane being a male name. It really sounds like someone wanted a boy but got a girl so they just added an A. BUT, I've always thought that.

Evelyss (Eve-liss or Eh-vuh-liss)
-It's... okay. I do agree that it sounds very made up.

Arily (Ah-rye-lee) Always Remember I Love You
- I actually like this name. The spelling when I first seen it looked liek "uh-rill-ee", but I like Ah-rye-lee. Great meaning.

Rilya (Rye-lll-yuh) Remember I Love You Always
-No, not my style. It's a little harsh soudning for some reason to me.

Rhynne (Rin)
- I LOVE the name Wren, spelled like this. It's beautiful.

Boys-
Aristotle nn Ari
- I agree with most saying either put it as a middle name, or Ari by it's self is so handsome!

Benton
- Reminds me of Bentley, kind of. It's okay, but there's better.

Heath
- I like this name, but Heath Ledger will still come to some people's minds.

Comily (K-oh-m-ee-lee)
- It's okay, but I wouldn't use it due to pronunciation issues.

Mattan
- I keep wanting to say Manhattan. It's just eh.

Patrick
- Strong, timeless name, but something about it doesn't seem like you. These other names seem more like you to me. I don't know if you I'm making since :D but yeah :P

Ryne (Rin)
- Ryne, is a celtic name, close to "Ryan", but is said Rine. Not Rin. If you pronounce it the celtic way this will be hadns down my favorite name on the list. It is one of my alll time favorites, but my parents don't like it because my uncle's middle name is Ryan and they don't understand why I wouldn't just use Ryan haha.

Skye
- Cute, but I always picture a little girl :/

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 09:47 AM

Thanks to everyone for your input. I'm not really concerned for the girls names anymore.

Patrick
Skye (can't let it go just yet...)
Ryne (which I will now pronounce Rine)
and
Heath (would you all pronounce it Heth or Heeth?)

Which is your favorite? Why?
Opinions on pn Rine in comparison to Rin?




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