Fun! Baby Name Polls
Hone your baby naming skills and help others. Which baby names are best?
Looking for a middle name for Seraphina! Any suggestions?
Hutchenson is a name we found in our family tree. Do you think it works as a first name for our son? His nickname would be Hutch.
For a girl. Big brother is Shia. Thanks
I posted this last night and got some really great responses, but I’d like to get more suggestions and opinions. I’ll repost our favorites in the 1st comment again.
Thanks so much! Kyle & Sarah
My dogs are very important to me and I really count them as my first "children". I love them unconditionally and they are a special part of my life and our family, as we adopted them upon our marriage two years ago. Their names are Zory, Zeny and Ziggy... Would it be weird to name my daughter Zola to follow the "Z" trend of the dogs? I think the name is cute and unique and love it for a dark-skinned baby girl. I wouldn’t pick it just to match my dogs if I didn’t think it was a good choice but I must admit if I met someone and knew they named their daughter to match their dogs I would be weirded out. WDYT of the name/my idea?
For a girl?
My husband is French so we’re looking for names that sound good in both French and English, or are of French origins. As a pronunciation guide:
a as in lava
e rhymes with "say"
i as in mirror
j like zh
o as in low
u rhymes with "poo"
and in the Parisian accent the letter "h" is dropped.
So, Helen sounds like Ellen, and names like "Eleanor" don’t work so well, coming out like "Ay-lay-uh-nor" instead of like "El-en-or".
Our last name phonetically sounds like "say-bow".
Brainstorms welcome! Here are our current favorites for a boy and girl. Note that Ansel isn’t pronounced the same in both languages, but we like the sound in both, so it’s OK.
The baby’s sex is unknow so this is the girls name list joining older sisters Acelyn Maleah and Aubriana MicKinleigh(3) and Brezlyn Chase (5)- Britta and Will
Hi,this is the name we like for our little boy.What do you think
I have studied Egyptology and I’ve been looking for a name for my little girl that has something to do with ancient Egypt to honour my interest (and hopefully career one day). If she had been a boy she would have been called Carter (after Howard Carter). Does Rosetta work as a girl’s name in England? I just saw it on a poll further down and love it. It would be after the Rosetta stone and I can’t believe I didn’t think of it before. We would probably call her Rose or Rosie. Any more suggestions? Thank you :)
need a middle name Coralie
Cody Matthew or Caleb Tyler? And Kennedy Noelle or Mariah Noelle? We don’t know the gender yet. These are our final choices! Thanks a lot:). A&D Earlywine.
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