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#1 DD101

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Posted 02 July 2019 - 03:46 PM

I am writing a little blurb and one of the characters name is Lexingtyn Grace, she has two older brothers Wyatt Hudson and Ryden Matthew. I'm currently struggling with her sister's name. Any suggestions?

 

(I'm considering the names Leightyn Alexis or Emersyn Layne not sure though)

 

Thanks... :)

 

 



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Posted 16 July 2019 - 01:38 PM

How close in age are she and her sister? I know it sounds random, but it'll help me, I promise.

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Posted 16 July 2019 - 05:51 PM

How close in age are she and her sister? I know it sounds random, but it'll help me, I promise.

About 2 years maybe a little less



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Posted 17 July 2019 - 03:04 PM

About 2 years maybe a little less

Ok, great. The reason I ask is that siblings with smaller age gaps usually have more similar names [examples: my little sister and I (three years) have the same first initial and middle names that start with consonants, my nephew and niece (also three years) have the initials RMD and MRD, but both go by the "R" name).

 

Following that logic, Leightyn Alexis would fit well. I can also offer up Londyn Sofia, Genesis Layne, and Laken Everleigh.

 

Or, for something a little edgy but still befitting a classy Southern belle, try Raleigh Knox, Hollis Wynn, Waverley Anne, or Delaney Roe.

 

I hope these help in some way!



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Posted 17 July 2019 - 04:13 PM

Ok, great. The reason I ask is that siblings with smaller age gaps usually have more similar names [examples: my little sister and I (three years) have the same first initial and middle names that start with consonants, my nephew and niece (also three years) have the initials RMD and MRD, but both go by the "R" name).

 

Following that logic, Leightyn Alexis would fit well. I can also offer up Londyn Sofia, Genesis Layne, and Laken Everleigh.

 

Or, for something a little edgy but still befitting a classy Southern belle, try Raleigh Knox, Hollis Wynn, Waverley Anne, or Delaney Roe.

 

I hope these help in some way!

Oh thank you this really helped me out


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Posted 18 July 2019 - 09:15 PM

Oh thank you this really helped me out

I'm so happy to hear that! Let me know what you decide!






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