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suggestions for my hygge vs. list? x

Good morning! I'm looking for like-suggestions for my current "cozy/hygge" names list. I'll post my girls and boys names in the first comment! To me, these are woodsy, mellow, m, b, h, heavy names, but whatever you think may fit, I'd love to hear! (I understand these may not be everyone's style) xx

The Top Baby Name is...

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Suggestions For My Hygge

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Poll created: Jul 16, 2019
Total Votes: 1

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Anna, Anneau, Anneli, Annona, Annora, Autumn
Blossom, Bronwen
Caroline, Cecelia
Dandelion
Eline, Ellawyn, Ellie, Effie, Emilia, Emmy, Emmylou
Hannah, Harpy
Kitterose, Kittiwake
Lella, Loveday, Lumi
Mabli, Madelief, Mae, Maeve, Marlee, Marlow, Meg, Méa/Meja, Merry, Mim, Minou
Nahla, Nestle
Pipi, Poem, Poet
Rosebay, Rue
Sage, Sophie
Willoughby, Winnie

Acre, Alby, Alpine, Arlo, Arnhem, Asa
Barnaby, Bear, Beauden
Edmund, Edwyn
Freddie
George, Grove(r)
Hart, Hawthorne, Hemming, Henry, Herbie, Huckleberry, Hugo
Jem, Juniper
Kit
Lake
Manu, Mischa, Moby, Mosi
Ned
Peter, Poe, Poet
Quinn
Remy, Rhys, Roo, Rowan
Sage, Seeley, Sommer, Soren
Teddy, Theo, Thistle
Wake, Whitaker, Wilder, Wilkie, Willoughby, Winnipeg, Wynn
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posted by Ginnie :: 1 month ago | report
Autumn Sage for a girl

Rowan Lake for a boy

The rest are terrible
posted by RaeRae :: 1 month ago | report
I'm not looking for opinions! I'm looking for more names! You don't have to like them, that's fine! To each their own.
posted by Ginnie :: 1 month ago | report
You should really narrow down your "list" or find a new style.
posted by RaeRae :: 1 month ago | report
Serious heart eyes! Let's see... my son's name is Thomas, which I would say is cozy. Thomas has the 'o' you seem to like, and on overall even sound.I would also recommend his middle name, Bravery, due to it's proximity to Barnaby!

Others-
Fox - not exactly "cozy," but animal-inspired
Oak(ley)
Flynn/Finn
Arthur
Charlie
Leif (OR Leaf)
Siggy
Rowe

Girls are trickier!
Grace or Gracie?
Molly
Edie (Edith)
Elodie
Edda (poetry!) or Etta
Enna
(one more) Ebba
Lottie
Araminty
Bee

If I can think of more I'll come back!
posted by SB :: 1 month ago | report
Oh, wait! Posy, Posie, or Poesy!
posted by SB :: 1 month ago | report
What about Daisy, Violet or June
posted by Mia Rose :: 1 month ago | report
(I'm having a hard time getting through this list.)

favorite girl's names from the list:
Anna, Autumn, Caroline, Hannah
suggestions: Garnet, Crystal, Marta, Risa

favorite boy's names from the list: Peter and Rhys
As for a middle name (only), I like Henry, Whitaker and Asa.
Suggestion: Beau, Thomas or Tomas ("Toe-maush")
posted by Guest :: 1 month ago | report
Sasha for a girl, Sacha or Sachin for a boy! Always struck me as so soft and warm! Actually, that 'sh' in the middle really gives me that vibe in general.

Lola
Cassia
Marnie
Sunshine

Ashby
Dashiell

Shea
Seth
posted by Guest :: 1 month ago | report
Confused as to why some commenters are acting as though these names are way out there. A good 75% of them are names we see every day.

Seconding Oak, Leaf, Siggy, Rowe, Shea, & Thomas for boys. Raising you Luca, Hayes, Owen, Bodhi & Miles (a la Morales).

For girls, I love Edie, Edda, Sasha & June for your list. Suggesting Dove, Indie, Bindi, Prairie, Wendy, Fae & Dot.

I love Pipi & Hemming so much!
posted by Jem :: 1 month ago | report
Elva -- elf-like, nn Elvy
Elfriede -- nn Elvy
Juniper
Sylvestra -- from the woods, nn Sylvie
Kaia -- var. of Katharine
Zenobia
Hadassah -- myrtle
Nightingale
Ursula -- she-bear, nn Ursi, Lula, Lulu
Gwyneth
Sigrid
Nessa -- Hebrew miracle, Irish not gentle
Afton -- Scottish river
Sunniva -- ("suh-NEEV-uh") gift of the sun
Zelda
Morrigan -- ("mor-REE-gun") great queen
Hazel
Glynis -- from the glyn / valley
Freda / Frieda / Frida
Frederica / Fredrika -- nn Frida (etc.), Fritzi
Romilda
Guinevere
Bryony
Olwen -- in folklore lilies grew in her path
Prudence nn Prue, Ru
Ulrika
Sibyl -- a sibyl / oracle
Rosamund -- horse protector
Muriel / Muirgheal -- bright sea
Briallen -- ("bree-AL-en")
Johanna
Grainne / Grania -- grain
Angharad -- ("ahng-HAHR-ud") more love
Keziah -- cinnamon

You like? Thanks for any feedback and good luck! :0)
posted by FredaCat :: 1 month ago | report
Oops. Missed that you need male names too. How about:

Linus -- flax
Sorrel
Breccan -- freckled
Jonah
Emmerich / Emeric / Henrik
Tiernan
Bo -- Scandinavian life, Chinese wave
Jerusalem
Fergus -- strong man
Melchior
Bosun -- boatswain / oarsman, nn Bo
Rex
Tolliver -- iron worker
Hugo
Leif -- ("layf") heir
Jeroboam -- nn Bo
Magnus -- nn Max
Remy -- oarsman (from Remigius "reh-MEE-jee-us")
Balthazar
Heath
Rayner / Rainer -- Eng / Germ, from Ragnar
Ivar
Morgan
Somerled -- Viking / Scottish, led by summer
Sorley -- Irish bar. of Somerled

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posted by FredaCat :: 1 month ago | report
Barnaby!!!

How did I miss Barnaby earlier? OK. Forget my boy suggestions and just use Barnaby. Seriously a great, underused gem.

Barnaby Cornelius or Barnaby Finn, nn Bear?

:0)
posted by FredaCat :: 1 month ago | report
Some of my favorite names are listed here (Caroline, Mabel, Mae, Sophie, Freddie, Hawthorne, Henry, Theo & Wilder)! Some other suggestions:

BOYS
Forrest
Francis
Graham
Gus
Hugh
Jasper
Niall
Oscar
Otis
Poe
Reuben
Saul
Tate
Verne

GIRLS
Blythe
Branwen
Briar
Elowen
Elsie
Elspeth
Embeth
Esther
Fern
Frances
Freya
Hazel
Ida
Ingrid
Iva
Kay
Linden
Liv
Lotte
Louise
Lucy
Lula
Margery
Matilda
Maud
Nell
Olive
Polly
Rosemary
Sadie
Sally
Tess
Uma
Vale

Good luck!
posted by JSV :: 1 month ago | report

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