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Posted 02 June 2017 - 10:04 PM

Your thoughts on Juniper for a girl fn?
Also, what are your suggestions for middle names for Apollo?

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Posted 03 June 2017 - 01:41 PM

Girls

Piper Victoria

Noah Gabrielle

Annika Katherine

Micah Evangeline

Novalie Piper

Anwen

Auden

 

Boys

Benjamin Ezra

Merik Benjamin

Kane Alexander

Jensen Lucas

Luca Evander 

(Just clarifying, not a typo. That is meant to be Luca.)

Castiel

Merritt

Merik

Dreyer



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Posted 09 June 2017 - 01:35 PM

Your thoughts on Juniper for a girl fn?
Also, what are your suggestions for middle names for Apollo?

 

Juniper

Super cute! I prefer Juno myself, but I think both are great! It is both fun and usable, i.e. cute but not overly cutesy.

 

Apollo

Such a handsome and strong name. I love it. Lots of MN choices, but here's a few:

 

  1. Apollo Tatum
  2. Apollo Caleb
  3. Apollo George
  4. Apollo Chandler
  5. Apollo Thomas
  6. Apollo Isaac
  7. Apollo Henry
  8. Apollo Theodore
  9. Apollo Ford
  10. Apollo Ian
  11. Apollo Grey
  12. Apollo Ashton
  13. Apollo Gregory
  14. Apollo Preston
  15. Apollo Brady
  16. Apollo Titus
  17. Apollo Griffin
  18. Apollo Easton
  19. Apollo Francis
  20. Apollo Kaden
  21. Apollo Finn
  22. Apollo Carter
  23. Apollo Kane
  24. Apollo Jameson
  25. Apollo Dane
  26. Apollo Tyler
  27. Apollo Tanner
  28. Apollo Steven
  29. Apollo Camden
  30. Apollo Blake
  31. Apollo Lorenzo
  32. Apollo Philip
  33. Apollo Daniel
  34. Apollo Harvey
  35. Apollo Jacob
  36. Apollo Drake
  37. Apollo Maxwell
  38. Apollo Sawyer
  39. Apollo Jack
  40. Apollo Grant
  41. Apollo Caspar
  42. Apollo Jude
  43. Apollo Matthias
  44. Apollo Vincent
  45. Apollo Asher
  46. Apollo Cade
  47. Apollo Nicholas
  48. Apollo Dean
  49. Apollo Jeremiah
  50. Apollo Ethan

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Posted 09 June 2017 - 01:45 PM

 

Girls

Piper Victoria

Noah Gabrielle

Annika Katherine

Micah Evangeline

Novalie Piper

Anwen

Auden

 

Piper Victoria

Magnificent! Love this name. Great balance between spunk and elegance.

 

Noah Gabrielle

I prefer the Noa spelling for girls, but I like it! I personally would recommend using a softer middle name to balance it, but Gabrielle is very nice. The flow works.

 

Annika Katherine

Not my style, either name. Sorry! Flow works well.

 

Micah Evangeline

Cute, and good stylistic balance between soft and unisex.

 

Novalie Piper

Interesting, I like it! Nice name. I think I would like Novalie Anwen better but maybe that's just me (and I also love your other Piper combo so much. Cute overall name!

 

Anwen

I adore it as a middle, not big on it as a first name.

 

Auden

I prefer it on boys and Arden on girls, but it's alright. I'd just pair it with something verrrry feminine.



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Posted 09 June 2017 - 01:51 PM

 

Boys

Benjamin Ezra

Merik Benjamin

Kane Alexander

Jensen Lucas

Luca Evander 

Castiel

Merritt

Merik

Dreyer

 

 

Benjamin Ezra

I had this on my list for the longest time! Needless to say, I love it.

 

Merik Benjamin

I love Benjamin, but not Merik. sorry. :( looks misspelled or incomplete or something. I wouldn't mind Merrick.

 

Kane Alexander

Super cool. I like it.

 

Jensen Lucas

Another great name. Uncommon but not unheard of. Nice style.

 

Luca Evander

Love Luca, not huge on Evander but I don't hate it either. Makes a good pair.

 

Castiel

Not my style, but, like Evander, I don't hate it.

 

Merritt

I like it. I prefer it to Merik/Merrick.

 

Dreyer

Makes me think of laundry. :(



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Posted 14 June 2017 - 12:00 PM

Tanner Scott
Thomas Malakai
Joshua Dale
Tobias Anthony
Cole Mitchell

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Posted 14 June 2017 - 01:38 PM

Tanner Scott
Thomas Malakai
Joshua Dale
Tobias Anthony
Cole Mitchell

 

Tanner Scott

Super handsome! I like it a lot. I have always had a soft spot for Tanner, and I think Scott is a great name as well. They pairwell.

 

Thomas Malakai

I far prefer Malachi to Malakai, but I adore Malachi. Thomas is another favorite of mine (bc it is my dad's name) and the two names are a nice mix of styles.

 

Joshua Dale

This combo just feels a bit stale/dated to me. :( sorry! I do like Joshua, just paired with something more fresh I think.

 

Tobias Anthony

Wow, handsome and strong. Nice name! The style meshes sooo perfectly too. You have an eye for good combos!

 

Cole Mitchell

To my surprise, I really like this! I've never been huge on either name but I like this combo! It works super well. 



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Posted 14 June 2017 - 07:44 PM

My lists are really long, so I have to split the names into different posts.  Next part will be posted after your response.

 

Lilia Genevieve
Irena Judith
Susanna Audrey
Maia Elizabeth
Paulina Rose
Vera Josephine
Gabrielle Rose - I'm unsure of nicknames though.  I hate Brielle and dislike Gabby, Elle/Ella/Ellie, Bri, and pretty much all the obvious ones except Abby, but I know several Abby's already.
Aislinn Jane (ASH-lin.  The spelling is fairly common in Ireland, even though the original is Aisling.  I just dislike the g ending and hate the Americanized Ashlyn spelling.  Jane honors my mom Janet and my late great-aunt Jane)
Xanthe Rose/Xanthe Caroline Rose
Ksenia Violet
 
Eamon Francis Robert
Rhys Alfred (Alfred honors a couple paternal relatives)
Lachlan Elliot
Ronan Jesse (Jesse honors a late great-great-uncle
Dmitri James (James honors a bunch of relatives)
Alton Gregory
Andrejs Carl (Carl honors a late family friend/my mom's late godmother's brother.  Andrejs is the Latvian form of Andrew, after one of my cousins.  It's pronounced like the Spanish Andres.  Might add on another MN, but not sure what yet)
Abram Vincent
Ephraim Zachary
Conrad Jensen James
 
LN would probably be Fleming unless I get married, which I doubt.


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Posted 15 June 2017 - 05:21 AM

 

My lists are really long, so I have to split the names into different posts.  Next part will be posted after your response.

 

Lilia Genevieve
Irena Judith
Susanna Audrey
Maia Elizabeth
Paulina Rose
Vera Josephine
Gabrielle Rose - I'm unsure of nicknames though.  I hate Brielle and dislike Gabby, Elle/Ella/Ellie, Bri, and pretty much all the obvious ones except Abby, but I know several Abby's already.
Aislinn Jane (ASH-lin.  The spelling is fairly common in Ireland, even though the original is Aisling.  I just dislike the g ending and hate the Americanized Ashlyn spelling.  Jane honors my mom Janet and my late great-aunt Jane)
Xanthe Rose/Xanthe Caroline Rose
Ksenia Violet

 

 

These take me a little while, so I'll come back and do the boys later. You can feel free to post the rest and I'll get to them when I can. :)

 

Lilia Genevieve

Lovely! I actually recently became friends with two different girls named Lilia, haha. I had never heard the name before but I fell in love after getting to know them! I've always had a soft spot for Genevieve.

 

Irena Judith

Not my style, either name. The flow works, though. I've always like Irena/Irene as a middle, but not so much as a first. I do like Irisa as a first. :)

 

Susanna Audrey

Such a sweet combo! Great name.

 

Maia Elizabeth

I tend to find Elizabeth a bit boring in the middle spot, but I think it balances Maia really well. Nice combo. 

 

Paulina Rose

This is sweet! I think I would prefer a different middle name offset Paulina a little bit, since it is grandmotherly (and I don't mean that as an insult by any means, I love grandma names), but I'm thinking a more modern-esque name like Paulina Lily or Paulina Lark, or Paulina Ava, Paulina Harper, Paulina Eden.

 

Vera Josephine

Wow, so gorgeous. This is my 2nd favorite of your girl names. So lovely and well balanced and posh, and both names are nicely balanced between uncommon and heard-of. 

 

Gabrielle Rose

I quite like Gabrielle, and it flows nicely with the poised and beautiful Rose. I have a friend named Gabriela and she goes by Ria sometimes, and her best friend calls her Bee. Not sure of any other nicknames like that. You could always go for a nickname that is based on something else, like Red if she has red hair, or just a general nickname like Scout or Princess or Champ.

 

Aislinn Jane

I love this combo, and I love the spelling of Aislinn. Jane is nice and clean and I love that it honors. Nice balance of modern and old. Feels fresh.

 

Xanthe Caroline Rose

STUNNING. I'm in love. This is my favorite of your combos. Absolutely gorgeous. If you were going to cut it down to just one middle, Xanthe Rose is still beautiful, but I think I'd actually prefer Xanthe Caroline. Absolutely all -around spectacular combo whichever way you do it though.

 

Ksenia Violet

I prefer Xenia to Ksenia, but it is still a pretty name. I like this combo a lot.



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Posted 15 June 2017 - 05:26 AM

Vada Elizabeth (love the movie My Girl)
Zoya Madeleine/Zoya Madeleine Rose (Zoya is after one of my favorite Danielle Steel novels.  It's the Russian form of Zoe.  I pronounce Madeleine as Mad-ah-line, not Mad-ah-lyn)
Maeve Alexandra
Fiona Gabrielle/Fiona Audrey
Magnolia Jane/Magnolia Eve
Lyra Natalie
Stephanie Noelle (Stephanie is after a family friend)
Matilda Katherine 
Arielle Rose
Eve Alexandra
 
Henrik(s) Dylan James/Henrik(s) Thomas Daniel (Henriks is a Latvian variant of Henry; Henrik is a German variant.  I like Henry but it's too popular.  Thomas is after a paternal uncle and some cousins.  Dylan is after a 3rd cousin.  I just love Daniel)
 
Others:
Clarence (either as a FN or MN)
Adam (as a MN.  It honors a 3rd cousin)
Samuel (as a MN)
Tennyson (as a FN or MN, but probably would be a MN)
Horatio (I love CSI: Miami, but would my future kid be made fun of?  Is it too old man-ish?  I think it might be safer in the middle)
Edmund (I'm not sure if I'd use it yet.  There are several Edwards in my family and they go by Ed or Eddie, so this might be too confusing)
Harvey
Sidney (as a MN.  I hate Sydney or any spelling of it for a girl, but it's nice for a boy.  I just don't want him to be mistaken for a girl because of how popular it is on the girls' side)
Stanley (as a MN)


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Posted 15 June 2017 - 05:28 AM

Daphne Alexandra/Daphne Rebecca/Daphne Anastasia
Phoebe Margaret/Phoebe Madeleine
Estrella Vivian (ES-tray-ah)
 
Others I'm considering:
Aviana (I don't have any ideas for MN's. I hate anything obviously trendy and would prefer not to use fillers.  I've already used Rose and Elizabeth in several of my other combos)
Tatiana (either as a FN or MN)
Dorothea/Thea (I'd rather use Thea as a MN or nickname because of how fast it's rising as a FN.  Dorothea could be either a FN or MN)
Seren (Either as a FN or MN, but it's hard to make combos with this one)
April (as a MN)
Regina (as a MN)
Vivian (as a MN.  Too common as a FN)
Ivy (as a MN)
 
Aspen (Boy.  Only as a MN)


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Posted 15 June 2017 - 09:31 AM

Eamon Francis Robert

Rhys Alfred (Alfred honors a couple paternal relatives)
Lachlan Elliot
Ronan Jesse (Jesse honors a late great-great-uncle
Dmitri James (James honors a bunch of relatives)
Alton Gregory
Andrejs Carl (Carl honors a late family friend/my mom's late godmother's brother.  Andrejs is the Latvian form of Andrew, after one of my cousins.  It's pronounced like the Spanish Andres.  Might add on another MN, but not sure what yet)
Abram Vincent
Ephraim Zachary
Conrad Jensen James
 
LN would probably be Fleming unless I get married, which I doubt.

 

 

Sorry if this isn't helpful, but I basically just loved most of the names haha :)

 

Eamon Francis Robert

Fantastic combo! Distinguished, classic, but with an uncommon FN. Love.

 

Rhys Alfred

Another home run! ;)

 

Lachlan Elliot

You and I must have similar taste in names, haha. Lachlan is a favorite of mine, and I have a soft spot for Elliot.

 

Ronan Jesse

Another wonderful pair of names. Great flow and style mixture.

 

Dmitri James

I'm not huge on Dmitri, though I do like it, and I find James a bit boring in the middle, but it is a nice combo. I like the normality James brings to Dmitri.

 

Alton Gregory

While I don't love Alton, and prefer Afton or Aston, I think it is really nice in this combo!

 

Andrejs Carl

I like Andrejs! While I appreciate the meaning of Carl, I really am not a fan of it as a name. Would you ever consider Carlisle? I would also recommend pairing it with something a bit "cooler" like, say, Lachlan, if you are set on using it because that might let you get away with it a bit easier. Just a suggestion though.

 

Abram Vincent

Love it! Great combo and style.

 

Ephraim Zachary

Well-balanced and two handsome names.

 

Conrad Jensen James

I really love each of these names! However, "Jensen James" makes me think of Jesse James, which I really don't like. But it is in the middle spot, and maybe I'm just crazy, lol! 



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Posted 17 June 2017 - 09:43 PM

Top girl's names (and most likely siblings)

Piper
Paisley
Juniper
Hadley

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Posted 18 June 2017 - 04:41 AM

 

Vada Elizabeth (love the movie My Girl)
Zoya Madeleine/Zoya Madeleine Rose (Zoya is after one of my favorite Danielle Steel novels.  It's the Russian form of Zoe.  I pronounce Madeleine as Mad-ah-line, not Mad-ah-lyn)
Maeve Alexandra
Fiona Gabrielle/Fiona Audrey
Magnolia Jane/Magnolia Eve
Lyra Natalie
Stephanie Noelle (Stephanie is after a family friend)
Matilda Katherine 
Arielle Rose
Eve Alexandra

 

Vada Elizabeth - super cute! I like this a lot. Classy, but also a little exotic feeling. 

 

Zoya Madeleine Rose - absolutely love! so gorgeous. I adore Zoya, and Madeleine Rose makes it sound so classy. It is nice with just Madeleine too, but I prefer the double. :)

 

Maeve Alexandra - elegant and sweet, but spunky too. great.

 

Fiona Gabrielle - I like this over Audrey just because I think the styles mesh better. Fiona isn't my favorite, but it is cute! I love Gabrielle.

 

Magnolia Jane - I like Jane better than Eve here because I'm not big on two word names paired together. Magnolia is lovely, and Jane keeps it simple and fresh feeling!

 

Lyra Natalie - gorgeous, I love both names.

 

Stephanie Noelle - this whole combo feels super dated to me, sorry.

 

Matilda Katherine - Matilda is a favorite of mine, and it looks nice next to Katherine

 

Arielle Rose - pretty, but not my favorite. I'd like it for someone else's kid.

 

Eve Alexandra - gorgeous!



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Posted 18 June 2017 - 05:09 AM

Henrik(s) Dylan James/Henrik(s) Thomas Daniel (Henriks is a Latvian variant of Henry; Henrik is a German variant.  I like Henry but it's too popular.  Thomas is after a paternal uncle and some cousins.  Dylan is after a 3rd cousin.  I just love Daniel)

 
Others:
Clarence (either as a FN or MN)
Adam (as a MN.  It honors a 3rd cousin)
Samuel (as a MN)
Tennyson (as a FN or MN, but probably would be a MN)
Horatio (I love CSI: Miami, but would my future kid be made fun of?  Is it too old man-ish?  I think it might be safer in the middle)
Edmund (I'm not sure if I'd use it yet.  There are several Edwards in my family and they go by Ed or Eddie, so this might be too confusing)
Harvey
Sidney (as a MN.  I hate Sydney or any spelling of it for a girl, but it's nice for a boy.  I just don't want him to be mistaken for a girl because of how popular it is on the girls' side)
Stanley (as a MN)

 

Henrik Thomas Daniel - I've had a think for Henrik for a while now, I quite like it. Thomas Daniel makes for a distinguished double middle that gives Henrik exactly what it needs.

 

{Singles}

Love: Clarence, Tennyson, Edmund, Stanley 

Like: Samuel, Harvey, Sidney

Dislike: Horatio (not because it is too old man-ish, I'm just not a fan of the vibe), Adam



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Posted 19 June 2017 - 11:10 AM

 

Daphne Alexandra/Daphne Rebecca/Daphne Anastasia
Phoebe Margaret/Phoebe Madeleine
Estrella Vivian (ES-tray-ah)
 
Others I'm considering:
Aviana (I don't have any ideas for MN's. I hate anything obviously trendy and would prefer not to use fillers.  I've already used Rose and Elizabeth in several of my other combos)
Tatiana (either as a FN or MN)
Dorothea/Thea (I'd rather use Thea as a MN or nickname because of how fast it's rising as a FN.  Dorothea could be either a FN or MN)
Seren (Either as a FN or MN, but it's hard to make combos with this one)
April (as a MN)
Regina (as a MN)
Vivian (as a MN.  Too common as a FN)
Ivy (as a MN)
 
Aspen (Boy.  Only as a MN)

 

 

Daphne Anastasia - Gorgeous! Sounds so distinguished and royal, and a little mysterious. I have loved the name Anastasia since I was very young. 2nd place is Daphne Alexandra for me

 

Phoebe Madeleine - I have never liked Phoebe, sorry! I would choose Madeleine for the middle name because it gives her something modern-classic with something old as balance

 

Estrella Vivian - charming! I quite like it.

 

Singles:

Love: Thea, Ivy, Aspen

Like: Aviana, Seren, Dorothea, Vivian

Dislike: Tatiana, April, Regina



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Posted 19 June 2017 - 01:03 PM

 

Others:
Clarence (either as a FN or MN)
Adam (as a MN.  It honors a 3rd cousin)
Samuel (as a MN)
Tennyson (as a FN or MN, but probably would be a MN)
Horatio (I love CSI: Miami, but would my future kid be made fun of?  Is it too old man-ish?  I think it might be safer in the middle)
Edmund (I'm not sure if I'd use it yet.  There are several Edwards in my family and they go by Ed or Eddie, so this might be too confusing)
Harvey
Sidney (as a MN.  I hate Sydney or any spelling of it for a girl, but it's nice for a boy.  I just don't want him to be mistaken for a girl because of how popular it is on the girls' side)
Stanley (as a MN)

 

 

COMBO IDEAS

 

Clarence Edmund

Clarence Aspen

Clarence Jensen

Clarence Dylan

Clarence Zachary

Clarence Thomas

Leo Clarence

Tennyson Adam

Tennyson Harvey

Tennyson Luca

Tennyson Samuel

Tennyson Carl

Harvey Samuel

Harvey Adam

Harvey Aspen

Harvey Edmund

Harvey Josiah

Owen Sidney

Owen Stanley

Edmund Gabriel

Gabriel Adam

Wesley Adam

Jackson Horatio

Caleb Horatio

Elijah Sidney

Robert Sidney

Emmett Sidney

Vincent Sidney

Edmund Stanley

Griffin Stanley

Vincent Stanley

August Stanley

Ezra Stanley

Micah Stanley



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Posted 19 June 2017 - 05:51 PM

Top girl's names (and most likely siblings)

Piper
Paisley
Juniper
Hadley

 

I adore Hadley and Piper, I like Juniper, and I'm not big on Paisley. As a set, Hadley sticks out to me as being different than the rest. Piper and Hadley match, and maybe even Hadley and Juniper, but Hadley and Paisley clash to me. Piper, Paisley, and Juniper go great together.  I love the balance between popular and uncommon, and between quirky and normal. :)


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 10:02 PM

Emmalie Alyssa

Esme Alana

Cassandra Rain

Guinevere Iris

Sophie-Rae Hope

Innocencia Olivia 

 

Nicholas Orion

Alexander James

Hector Menelaus

Gareth James



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Posted 20 June 2017 - 03:28 AM

Emmalie Alyssa

Esme Alana

Cassandra Rain

Guinevere Iris

Sophie-Rae Hope

Innocencia Olivia 

 

Nicholas Orion

Alexander James

Hector Menelaus

Gareth James

 

Emmalie Alyssa - I'm not a fan of creatively spelled names, sorry. Emily Alyssa is nice enough though.

 

Esme Alana - gorgeous, and it has an air of mystery. love!

 

Cassandra Rain - Pretty, and great balance and flow. Not my particular style, but I would love to see someone else use this combo.

 

Guinevere Iris - I'm in love! This is amazing. So distinguished yet uncommon

 

Sophie-Rae Hope - I'm torn on this one. Sophie-Rae is so cute, I adore double names, and I don't mind hope. The flow is good. My one note would be that this name stands out from the previous three (excluding Emmalie Alyssa). It's just a different sort of name. The other three are distinguished, a little uncommon, gorgeous, elegant, unexpected. This combo seems more cute, playful, relaxed, and young. To make it fit with the others, I would consider swapping the middle name. I think both Sophie-Rae and Hope could fit into the sibset with the right combo, but not together. For example, Sophie-Rae Iris and Guinevere Hope are both gorgeous and distinguished, and fit in with the other two combos. I checked out your profile to see what other combos you might like that would fit with the set (I'm not a stalker though lol): Sophie-Rae Helena, Sophie-Rae Esther, Sophie-Rae Alexandria, Sophie-Rae Evelyn.

 

Innocencia Olivia - I adore Innocencia, and I don't mind Olivia, but I am not sure I like them together. They feel like they clash a little to me, in length but especially in style. Innocencia needs something softer and simpler, I think. You are on the right track with something youthful, but I'd just recommend maybe another feel. Innocencia Lily, maybe? Innocencia Alice, Innocencia Sophie, Innocencia Audrey?

 

 

Nicholas Orion - handsome! I love Nicholas, and Orion is such a great middle name. Great pair.

 

Alexander James - feels very boring to me tbh. Distinguished definitely, but very expected, especially with a filler middle like James. I would say pair them each with more uncommon names and they are great, but together they are boring.

 

Hector Menelaus - a Homer fan, I see. :) This name is cool, but it seems like more of a guilty pleasure than an actual name since both are basically unheard of these days. However, Hector James and Alexander Menelaus - 10/10 would recommend.

 

Gareth James - love! fantastic name. So handsome and strong, but it has a soft side too. 






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