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#1 Laney

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Posted 14 May 2020 - 02:39 PM

I'm not having a kid yet.  lol  I've recently started loving the name Freya for a girl (Old-fashioned names are awesome.  I just hope this one doesn't get too popular), but I'm stumped on middle names.  I prefer classics, especially less common ones, but I also love Irish, Latvian, Scottish, and Scandinavian names, and some international names in general as long as they're easy to spell and pronounce.  The heritage names aren't a requirement though.  I'm cool with either 1 or 2 middle names, depending on how they flow together.  Not a fan of word names, BNOGs/"unisex" names, or anything obviously trendy/modern or made up.

 

Freya ______ Fleming (Fleming is my mom's maiden name and I'd prefer to use it for my kids instead of my actual last name McDonald if Florida allows that.  XD)

 

So far, I like:

 

Freya Rose/Rosalie (Rose is really common though)

Freya Elizabeth (Family name, but again, really common)

Freya Caroline

Freya Valerie

Freya Victoria

Freya Madeleine (I hesitate because one of my cousins is naming her soon-to-be-born daughter Madalynn (or Madalyn.  I forget which spelling she said she's using)

 

I'm not 100% sold on any of them right now.



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Posted 08 June 2020 - 06:11 PM

I love Freya! So beautiful. Only reason it's off my girls list is that I used Fraser as an honoring middle name for one of my sons so it kinda clashes lol. 

 

Thankfully a lot of states aren't very particular about what surname is used for a child. Not sure about FL specifically but many are surprisingly whatever about it. 

 

Freya Rose/ Rosalie, Freya Elizabeth, and Freya Madeleine are lovely! Some other ideas... 

 

Freya Violet 

Freya Juliet 

Freya Calista 

Freya Elisabeth 

Freya Elsie 

Freya Eloise 

Freya Elowen 

Freya Harlow 

Freya Grier 

Freya Josephine 

Freya Bernadette 

Freya Beatrix 

Freya Genevieve

Freya Penelope 

Freya Delilah 

Freya Georgina 

Freya Theodora 

Freya Dove 

Freya River 

Freya Estelle 

Freya Natalie 

Freya Blythe 

Freya Keira 

Freya Gwendolyn 


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Posted 09 June 2020 - 02:21 PM

I love Freya! So beautiful. Only reason it's off my girls list is that I used Fraser as an honoring middle name for one of my sons so it kinda clashes lol. 

 

Thankfully a lot of states aren't very particular about what surname is used for a child. Not sure about FL specifically but many are surprisingly whatever about it. 

 

Freya Rose/ Rosalie, Freya Elizabeth, and Freya Madeleine are lovely! Some other ideas... 

 

Freya Violet 

Freya Juliet 

Freya Calista 

Freya Elisabeth 

Freya Elsie 

Freya Eloise 

Freya Elowen 

Freya Harlow 

Freya Grier 

Freya Josephine 

Freya Bernadette 

Freya Beatrix 

Freya Genevieve

Freya Penelope 

Freya Delilah 

Freya Georgina 

Freya Theodora 

Freya Dove 

Freya River 

Freya Estelle 

Freya Natalie 

Freya Blythe 

Freya Keira 

Freya Gwendolyn 

I like Freya Violet, Freya Eloise, Freya Josephine, Freya Genevieve (my first daughter will be named Lilia Genevieve though, if I have kids.  Freya's high on the list for a 2nd or 3rd daughter), Freya Penelope, Freya Georgina, Freya Theodora, and Freya Natalie.  Leaning towards Freya Violet and Freya Natalie. 

 

Not a fan of Harlow, Grier, Dove, or River, especially for girls.  Grier has a very unattractive sound and Harlow looks close to another word I don't wanna use on here.  lol



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Posted 21 June 2020 - 10:55 AM

Freya Juliette was what first came to mind!

 

Freya Louise

Freya Sabine

Freya Imogen

Freya Evelyn

Freya Hope

Freya Willow

Freya Christine

Freya Eleanor

Freya Adelaide

Freya Selene

Freya Abigail

Freya Noelle

Freya Magdalen

Freya Penelope

Freya Aileen/Freya Eileen

Freya Lynette

Freya Lynn

Freya Joy

Freya Heather


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Posted 21 June 2020 - 03:35 PM

Freya Juliette was what first came to mind!

 

Freya Louise

Freya Sabine

Freya Imogen

Freya Evelyn

Freya Hope

Freya Willow

Freya Christine

Freya Eleanor

Freya Adelaide

Freya Selene

Freya Abigail

Freya Noelle

Freya Magdalen

Freya Penelope

Freya Aileen/Freya Eileen

Freya Lynette

Freya Lynn

Freya Joy

Freya Heather

I like Freya Louise, Freya Evelyn, Freya Hope, Freya Christine, Freya Eleanor, Freya Adelaide (I normally don't like place names much, but this one doesn't feel tacky to me unlike Brooklyn, Paris, and some other more common/trendy ones.  Adelaide has a traditional/classic vibe to it, which fits my style), Freya Selene, Freya Abigail, Freya Noelle, and Freya Penelope.  My fave out of these are Freya Louise, Freya Eleanor, and Freya Abigail.  :)






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