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#1 Baby Name Genie

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Posted 20 January 2019 - 06:25 PM

Rebecca B. from Oregon:

 
I am expecting my 2nd and 3rd daughters. They are to be twins. I'm struggling to come up with twin names for them, falling under the same theme or letter. I've considered things like Jocelyn and Justine, or Daisy and Rose, but I thought I would ask the genie. Ideas?


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Posted 20 January 2019 - 08:19 PM

I personally LOVE names with the same theme and the nature theme is my favorite! Rose & Daisy is a perfect set! There are many, many themes avaliable for your babies.
What's your oldest child name? What type of names do you like?

Other suggestions:
- Names with the same ending
- Names with the same meaning (be careful if they are variations/have the same origin)
- Names with antonym meanings (ex: Melanie "dark" and Clara "bright")
- Anagrams (ex: Alice and Celia)
- Names with the same number of letters
- Family names
- Etc.


The most important is deciding on two names you absolutely love and adore!

Good Luck!
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Posted 05 February 2019 - 04:33 PM

Here are some theme ideas!

 

-Flowers (Eg. Violet & Rose)

-Nature (Eg. Aspen & River)

-Animals (Eg. Robyn & Doe)

-Plants (Eg. Primrose & Chrysanthemum)

-Colors (Eg. Blue & Indigo)

-Word names (Eg. Joy & Charity)

-Family names (Eg. After your mom & sister)

-Places (Eg. Everest & Charlotte)

 

Hope this helps & good luck!!  :D


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Posted 24 March 2019 - 04:15 PM

Zoey and Vivian - similar meanings

Elliana and Gianna - similar sounding

Evelyn and Vivian - similar sounding

Danielle and Gabrielle - similar sounding

Audrey and Olivia - both sound classic

Kailani and Leilani - Hawaiian names that sound similar 

Paige and Phoebe

Ziva and Zoey 



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Posted 10 April 2019 - 11:41 AM

I love a subtle theme like names with the same meaning or both literary or reversed initials

 

Serena & Carys

Alice & Pippa

Ophelia & Juliet

Raven & Paloma (dove)

 

Jocelyn Cora and Celeste Jacqueline

Talia Maren and Morgan Tess

 

 

Alice and Celia



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Posted 03 May 2019 - 11:41 AM

I've always found "mirror names", in which the twins' names are the same reversed. That's a little confusing, isn't it? Let me give you some examples:

  • Iris and Siri
  • Nella and Allen
  • Nyla and Alyn
  • Ella and Alle (pronounced Ally)

I also really like the flower names idea! I like:

  • Rika (meaning "bouquet of flowers") and Chika (meaning "scattered flowers")
  • Violet and Zinnia
  • Daisy and Dahlia
  • Jasmine and Lily
  • Amaranth and Amaryllis
  • Yolanda (meaning "violet") and Rhoda (meaning "rose")
  • Rosalind and Lillian (both elaborated forms of flower names)
  • Rosalie and Lilliana (both elaborated forms of flower names)
  • Primrose and Camellia


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Posted 10 July 2019 - 07:36 PM

Violet and Lily

Allia and Audrey

Bailey and Briar

Rosalind (Rosie) and Emmabeth (Emma/Emmy)

Nora and Amelia (both classy and ending in A)

Aubrey and Mya (twists on classic names)






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