Revamping my name list and need some help with combos and possible nickname options.
Aislinn Jane (ASH-lin)
Ingrid Annabelle - I love this combo, but not 100% sold on it yet. More options appreciated.
Tessa Rosalie - Rosalie honors my mom's late godmother/grandmom's best friend whose last name was Rosemann.
Saoirse Caroline (SEER-sha)
Matilda June - Dislike Mattie/Maddie and not too crazy about Tilly.
Gabrielle - I don't like the obvious nicknames, so Gabby, Elle/Ella/Ellie, etc... won't work. Neither will Brielle. Considered Abby, but can't use it.
Mireille (meer-AY) - Honors my late grandmom Mary, but with a twist.
Cassia (CASS-ee-ah) - I probably would stick it in the middle spot because my little sister is Cassandra AKA Cassie, so it might be too confusing if I used it as a first name.
Sienna - It's pretty; I just don't know if it works for an adult as a FN. Maybe better in the middle?
Sylvie/Sylvia - Prefer as a MN, but it's fine as a FN.
Jacinta/Jacinda - Can't decide between them. lol
Ruth - As a MN only.
Anastasia - MN only.
Ivy - MN only. Too common as a FN.
Merritt Samuel - I'm not sure on this one. Samuel is handsome and I like the combo, but I don't know if it's the right one for me.
Stellan Gabriel - Not sure on this one either.
Robin Theodore "Theo"
Rory William/Rory Wilson - Not sure on either, though William and Wilson would both honor my brother and my late grandfather, both named William.
Philip - I prefer it as a middle name but it's okay as a first name too.
Everett - MN only.
Emmett - MN only.
Oscar - MN only.
The names that aren't part of a combo yet can be either a FN or MN, unless otherwise noted.
FN suggestions: I like something not in the top 200 and prefer classic names. Not a fan of trendy names or most modern ones. I also love international names as long as they're easy enough to spell and pronounce. Irish, Latvian, Russian, Scottish, and Welsh names are a plus. For girls' combos, nothing masculine or surname-y. For boys, nothing that sounds violent like Gunner, Hunter, etc...
MN suggestions: Common classic names are fine as MN's and I don't mind a few fillers here and there, but I want to branch out beyond the usual James, Anne, Thomas, and Grace. Unusual names are fine too.
No names of cars, booze, pets, medicines/drugs, food, or most places as FN's or MN's (especially Brooklyn, Phoenix, Paris, London, Egypt, India, China. I see those way too often around the internet).
LN will be Fleming (It was gonna be Rosemann-Fleming, which I was considering changing my LN to as well, but I changed my mind [I will be Helena Vivien Fleming when I can afford to make it official, but for now I simply go by my nickname Laney except for legal stuff]. It'll take forever for my future kids to learn how to write it. lol)