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#61 EmilyA

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Posted 19 August 2012 - 08:12 PM

Lol! Its ok!

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Posted 19 August 2012 - 08:47 PM

Really? My husband and I are thinking of using one of those in either as a middle name or possibly a first. Right now we are hung up on the names Henry & Penelope.

Briar Rose is a gorgeous name! Love it!
Padrig Owen, I went to college with a guy named Padrig and always thought he had the coolest name ever!


I'm just basically in love with your names. Penelope and Henry are GORGEOUS :wub: Penelope Isolde and Henry Keats would make lovely combos if that's what you'd be going for. They'd sound lovely with Hayes Montgomery as well.

I have a thing for Irish names, especially on boys, and since I'm half Irish I think my choices could potentially work very well on future children. I am still a bit on the fence about Padrig though - like you said, it's a cool name, but I don't know if everyone would think that
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Posted 19 August 2012 - 09:25 PM

So here's my guilty pleasure list!

For the girls:
Eleanor
Lenore
Belladonna
Arabella
London
Auburn
Kensington
Aurora
Harper
Harlow
Blakely
Cecily
Grier
Monroe
Maylene
October
Desdemona
Delilah
Giselle
Gienevive
Brynn
Mahogany Britain

And the boys:
Edmund
Leldon
Addison
Holden
Armani
Jaylon
Chaseton
Dante
Micah
Damon
Archer
Matteo
Sebastian
Augustine
Finley
Basil
Roman

That's my list!! :)

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 11:41 AM

@lulut0xxic: You have suuch good taste in names! Although, your GP list is my "To Use" list, haha.

My list of GP names to come!(:
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Posted 20 August 2012 - 11:47 AM

Aww :$ thank you!
Some of these on here are only here because n
my husband doesn't like them :( he shot Matteo down so fast that I was in shock for a good five minutes :(

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 11:56 AM

Ohh, that's too bad! I guess I might lose some of my favorites one day if my future hubby dislikes them...but let's hope not! :P

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 01:01 PM

I'm just basically in love with your names. Penelope and Henry are GORGEOUS :wub: Penelope Isolde and Henry Keats would make lovely combos if that's what you'd be going for. They'd sound lovely with Hayes Montgomery as well.

I have a thing for Irish names, especially on boys, and since I'm half Irish I think my choices could potentially work very well on future children. I am still a bit on the fence about Padrig though - like you said, it's a cool name, but I don't know if everyone would think that



Ahh, thank you! It took me a while to find Hayes's name even thought I sort of already planned it. Henry is just an all time favorite and Penelope was suggested from a variation of Penny Lane. We are thinking of using Isolde or Isla now...ha! If we do we have a boy his name will most likely be Henry but then again Keats is sounding very promising in either used as a middle or first name.

Padrig is one of those names I will probably use on a dog so I can at least use it in some form and not keep it in my head.

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 01:04 PM

So here's my guilty pleasure list!

For the girls:
Eleanor
Lenore
Belladonna
Arabella
London
Auburn
Kensington
Aurora
Harper
Harlow
Blakely
Cecily
Grier
Monroe
Maylene
October
Desdemona
Delilah
Giselle
Gienevive
Brynn
Mahogany Britain

And the boys:
Edmund
Leldon
Addison
Holden
Armani
Jaylon
Chaseton
Dante
Micah
Damon
Archer
Matteo
Sebastian
Augustine
Finley
Basil
Roman

That's my list!! :)


My twins names for a G/G would be Eleanor Anne & Georgia Geraldine!


Oh my, it's like I've went to school with people who have these names...

My cousin just had a baby girl this past week named Grier Riley, they spelled it Greer.


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Posted 20 August 2012 - 01:05 PM

@lulut0xxic: You have suuch good taste in names! Although, your GP list is my "To Use" list, haha.

My list of GP names to come!(:




YESSSS! Please post them, I would love to see.

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 01:20 PM

Ahh, thank you! It took me a while to find Hayes's name even thought I sort of already planned it. Henry is just an all time favorite and Penelope was suggested from a variation of Penny Lane. We are thinking of using Isolde or Isla now...ha! If we do we have a boy his name will most likely be Henry but then again Keats is sounding very promising in either used as a middle or first name.

Padrig is one of those names I will probably use on a dog so I can at least use it in some form and not keep it in my head.


Love, love, love Isla too. Isla Vivienne is on my list, and I really hope to use it someday

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 01:48 PM

My guilty pleasure names are names I really like / love but can't use for some reason or another.

Boys:
Gatsby
Nixon
Boden
Nigel (though I'm seriously contemplating using this...)

Girls:
Cleo
Fiona
Gemma
Greta
Persephone

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 03:00 PM

I have and always will LOVE the name Prynn Aphrodite but will never name my child that.
I also have this thing for 'nature' names so for a boy I would go with Leif Freyr(Frey). I think it's cute as can be!


I LOVE the name Prynn. As you can see in my signature below, it is one of my top girls names. I came up with it after reading a historical fiction book set in England during the reign of King George III. His eldest son (King George IV) was nicknamed "Prinny" and although I wasn't a huge fan of the character, I fell in love with the name...but for a girl. :) It took me a while to decide which spelling I liked but Prynn won out. My current combination is Prynn Cordelia but I've also considered Prynn Alexandra & Prynn Eloise.

I've never known anyone else to like this name before :D

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 03:02 PM

What is your guilty-pleasure names? Would you ever use them on your own children? Would you advise friends and family to use it?


Mine would have to be....

Keats & Atticus

and then for a girl:

Isolde & Athena


I would have used Keats and Isolde if they sounded well with Hayes. To me they bring out that old charm but with that modern lust. I would advise my sister, who is currently pregnant, to use Atticus since she is a huge fan of To Kill a Mocking Bird and the fact she has a kooky naming style; She named her daughter Delphinium Monet.


What is yours? :)


Just wanted to let you know that I combined your topic with other GPs topics. Just trying to keep things simple and together.

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 04:36 PM

I LOVE the name Prynn. As you can see in my signature below, it is one of my top girls names. I came up with it after reading a historical fiction book set in England during the reign of King George III. His eldest son (King George IV) was nicknamed "Prinny" and although I wasn't a huge fan of the character, I fell in love with the name...but for a girl. :) It took me a while to decide which spelling I liked but Prynn won out. My current combination is Prynn Cordelia but I've also considered Prynn Alexandra & Prynn Eloise.

I've never known anyone else to like this name before :D



No problem on the converging of topics! Prynn is actually my made up version of Primrose, obviously from the Hunger Games. I thought Primrose was something a little fictional for reality, ya know? I have to agree with you that I personally never knew anyone else who considered the name Prynn! Love it thought, basically Brynn with a P.

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 04:38 PM

My guilty pleasure names are names I really like / love but can't use for some reason or another.

Boys:
Gatsby
Nixon
Boden
Nigel (though I'm seriously contemplating using this...)

Girls:
Cleo
Fiona
Gemma
Greta
Persephone




LOVE LOVE LOVE Greta! That is one name we're considering. :wub:

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Posted 28 July 2015 - 08:14 AM

Some are probably more usable than others.. and with my history it turns in to a name... lol I named my daughter liberty after all lol

 

Boys-

Søren - From a movie i think i want to say the princess diaries im sure a member of security was named soren.... lol

Rocco

Cyrus

Jedikiah- fell in love when i heard it on the series 'The tomorrow people.'

Teilo- Welsh form of Taylor

Draco

Saweyr

Tidus

Wyatt

Ryatt- Like Riot but Spelt like Wyatt

Gaige

Kaige

Rafferty

Bodhi

Orion

Kingsley

 

Girls-

Jupiter - joop for nn- From movie Jupiter Ascending

Selphie - Final fantasy character

Arden

Wynter - diff spelling of winter 

Rogue - X-men

Cordelia- nn Cordie [Buffy]

Octavia - Tavie for nn [the 100]

Marnie [Probable that it will never be used so it will be a GP]

Kinsey

Lorelei

Vidia -   [Tinkerbell Character]

Holland- nn Holly [Holland Roden who plays Lydia in teen wolf]

Astrid

Starla







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