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post #21 of 35
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I don't think Wyn is a stretch for Guinevere at all. In the same style, I know a little Genevieve who goes by Vivi.



That is a cute nn!  Genevieve is another of my favorites but one of my DDs is Niamh (pronounced NEEVE) so it's too close.

post #22 of 35

I'm loving these suggestions, Beatrix and Ramona especially.  I wish I had to think of ten girls names and no boys.  Not that I don't want a boy - I do, actually - but their names aren't as nice as these!

 

Another idea:  Paloma.  (I had more until I remembered the letter restrictions.)

post #23 of 35
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Another idea:  Paloma.  (I had more until I remembered the letter restrictions.)



I love this name.  DH does not, but I got to pick for #4, so this was her name for a few hours . . .until I heard my friend say it the way an English-speaker would.  Then I just could not go through with it.  I adore, adore, adore it in Spanish but it sounds so butchered in English.

 

Anyway . . .we are definitely on the same wave-length!

post #24 of 35

I like Hazel too and:

Aysel – Turkish origin, meaning “moonlight”

is pretty
Rosa
Beatrice were also on our list but we're having a boy:)
Victoria?
many of the previously mentioend are awesome
Lily was on our list for our daughter.
Lillian
post #25 of 35

Linnea

 

My DD2's name  :)

 

post #26 of 35

What about Siobhan? (sha-vonne) Seems to fit with Niamh and Fiona.

post #27 of 35

Penelope is a close second as my favorite girl's name, and it meets most of your qualifications, other than being a bit long.  It is definitely easy to say and spell.  (Because our surname is hyphenated and, thus, long, we are not using Penelope;  we are using my other favorite, Matilda, which, unfortunately, begins with "M.")

post #28 of 35

how about....

Elodie

Glenna

Bronwyn

Samara

Talia

Greer

Aida

Valentina

Gemma

Annika

Dorothea

Adelaide

Danica

post #29 of 35
Thread Starter 

Either we all have similar taste and are picky together, or DH is the picky one. thumb.gif  I have suggested these to DH and keep getting vetoes.

 

FlyGirl, Linnea is a top choice for me.  DH used to be OK with it (we were going to use it for #3) but now he says no.  Sigh.  No ideas from him, however!

 

Thank you, everyone!

post #30 of 35

edited:  too much personal info.  Sorry!

 

Try nameberry.com  They have lots of fun lists of names. :)

post #31 of 35

Leyna

Eileen

Emmaline

Evangeline (my personal fave for a girl!)

Isadora

Isla

Aine

Astrid

Adora

 

post #32 of 35

Lydia?

post #33 of 35

If I have a girl she will be called Tatiana, (this means "fairy princess") and is a traditional Russian name :) 

post #34 of 35

I love Althea and Amalia. Grown up names with great nickname potential.

post #35 of 35
I love Tessa!!


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