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I always go back and forth on my girl names.  Right now I'm feeling alot of love for:











Oh well, my fiance hates every name I pick.

urbrandofheroin urbrandofheroin 22-25, F 42 Responses May 1, 2009

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I just created playlists for most of these endings on my YouTube channel, but they're not "released" yet..

Ha ha ha ... Lydia she is then :-D

I know a Leta... she's very nice.

Aww that is pretty, it reminds me of another name I love, Lydia.

Hello. I've just thought of another one for you:<br />
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Aerin. It's so feminine. <br />
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She was abandoned on Naxos after escaping the Minotaur.


"Ariadne"<br />
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From mythology?

I like that name too and Airlea.


Yep it means princess, and so I think that is going to be the name of my first daughter!

I love your name =] Of course I wouldn't butcher the spelling!<br />
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That is a pretty French name.

Well I liked the name Christine Anne-Elise, because I had a great grandmother named Anna and one named Elise.

Annelleise is heartpoundingly hot. The other version is nice too :-)

Haha, I would imagine that is why my mother gave me the most popular first and middle name combination of the eighties!


Oh, we've had heated arguments. Right now you could cut the tension with a knife. He tells me, "it doesn't matter what name you pick because I just don't really 'like' any name" but when I mention a name he gets so mad. <br />
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He told me that when I add the "elle" and "ie" at the ends that confuses him. He only likes short names because he has a very long last name, but I don't like short names, like Amy. I don't like that.

Well, to me, anything with the "elle" on the end is beautiful. I wanted to get Corelle brand plates just for the name.

Thank you Andrew! Arianne is a favortie of mine! I am very into French names. They just sound so feminine.

Oh come on... She's just Adrielle with a letter flipped around :-D<br />
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*KIDDING*<br />
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Inventiveness is how great names come into being so never a serious 'criticism' :-)

Hello. I think it sounds like you like French names?<br />
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How about:<br />
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Alix<br />
Ariane (French for "Arianna")<br />
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My favourite French name for baby girls is "Aude", I think it's very sweet. But people seem to struggle with the pronunciation; the "-d" sound has to be very clear.<br />
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"Ayumi" is probably out because you'd be naming her after a character in my **** novel.<br />
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All the best with the name search (and the baby herself)!<br />

OMG that is a beautiful name! Where has it been all my life?? lol!

I had favorite names picked out long before I got pregnant. I didn't use any of them when I had my daughter though. I dreamed of her name when I was pregnant. I loved the name Abrielle. It sounded like a combination of Abby and Gabrielle.

Yeah I am a fan of longer feminine names. The names Sarah, Leah, and Rebekah are also faves of mine.

Ann is another I like, she's just too short... Adding an 'e' doesn't really help matters though... Carole is a name that really benefits from trailing e...

Lol! Well, I have a crush on Noémie right now!<br />
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The thing is, he really doesn't have favorite names. He gets really offended and hostile when we discuss names. Now he is telling me he doesn't care what I name the kids, but I know he isn't being honest =[<br />
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I do know that he doesn't like the name "Ann".

What are his name choices? Maybe the 3 of us can work some magic and come up with something you both like(?)

I'll get someone named Analie over here to straighten him out :-D (Kidding :-D)<br />
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Maybe 'huge crush' was a little of an overstatement, but I -really- like the name right now. I'm new to the name and maybe that helps the name's case :-)