Holly, eternally in love with Kolby, Raising Juelie Anise (10y), Behnjamin Shen (6y), and Coen Syaoran (4y). Expecting June 2013
I am also wanting to name my baby something more unique, but I'm only in my 6th week so I'm not in the name game yet!
Sigwan Nodin- "Spring wind woman"
Dakaashi - "She is cooled by a cold wind"
Miziway Migizi -"Eagles flying in the clouds"
Awanikwe - "Fog Woman"
Gimiwan-gizhik -"Rainy Day Woman"
My daughters name was Arawyn (Welsh king of Fairy). For girls I also like Anwyn (land of the Fairies), Auryn, Kaede, Kurai, Verthandy (Norse Fate of the present), and Freya (Norse Goddess).
I always feel weird about these threads, because I LOVE unusual names (even growing up, except the bit where I couldn't pronounce "r"s for a few years ), especially (what I consider) unisex names, and I have a couple I particularly love, but, well, if I share them, they might not be so unusual!
I love some of these suggestions, and I MUST keep a copy of this thread for later inspiration!
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I'll be back if I can think of anymore
Mama to 5 amazing kids CJ AG
JJ SD and my UC baby HD And married to my highschool sweetheart
I love unique names! Actually, kinda obsessed.
~*Have more than you show, speak less than you know*~
Love your names!
Our names got more rare with time, this one will be (or is ;) ) Jesaja Samuel, my DH still tries to discuss it, but he IS Jesaja (Isaiah) - people say it's to biblical, but 1) I don't care 2) what's the difference to Luke or Jona (two of the top ten names in this area).
How do you react to negative responses? Like: Please consider what you are doing to your child with THIS kind of name?!
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