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Isobel Elisabeth vs. Gretta Margaret vs. Seana Jane

Okay, so what name shall I use for my unborn daughter? I know, all of the first names are forms of the middle names, but I love that idea and that’s the theme we’ve chosen for our children. We already have a son named Ferris Peter (7). Anyway, so which one do you prefer?

The Top Baby Name is...

Isobel Elisabeth Carver

42%

Gretta Margaret Carver

25%

Seana Jane Carver

33%

Poll created: Feb 14, 2008
Total Votes: 12

Comments

Well, this was an extremely tough choice.

Isobel is a little too far beyond my comprehension, and I love unique names usually. However, I think it’s fair to consider how difficult it is for children to handle such names - especially those that are hard for most to spell after hearing it.

Gretta Margaret is a lovely choice, and has a nice, victorian inspired sound to it. I picked Seana Jade Carver, though, because it seems more grounded as a name.

Either of those two would be lovely, in my honest opinion.

(Hope I helped!)
posted by Liquid Stones :: Feb 14, 2008 10:26 PM | report
Isobel is no different to Isabelle.
posted by guest :: Feb 14, 2008 10:28 PM | report
I’m aware of that anonymous, that’s exactly why I said that Isobel would be difficult for spelling reasons.

Now, if that’s no problem, then I like the name .. but still, I like the other two much better.
posted by Liquid Stones :: Feb 14, 2008 10:34 PM | report
Picked Seana, like to spell it Shauna or Shawna
posted by guest :: Feb 14, 2008 10:37 PM | report
Isobel is the Scottish form of Isabel. No confusion here...pronounce it ee-so-bell, not iz-uh-bell.
posted by guest :: Feb 14, 2008 11:25 PM | report

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