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Got a nagging name question? Ask Anabel!

  • BabyNamesWorld
    BabyNamesWorld
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    Whether you’re picking a name for your new babe or are just an all-around name lover, our in-house onomastics expert, Anabel, is here to help you with all your name-related dilemmas!

    Post your questions about names here any time and Anabel will get back to you every Monday at 1 PM EST with her best naming advice!

    ABOUT ANABEL: Anabel’s name obsession started when she was told the story of her own name by her mother and it grew right along with her. She realized she was truly hooked when she began to look forward to the telephone book delivery every year-so she could read it cover to cover and study all of the names in the White Pages. Her study of English, communications and the history of languages in college fanned the flames further, and she’s been working on BabyNamesWorld helping people choose the perfect name for their babies since 2004!

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  • Myosotis
    Myosotis
    Participant

    I’m still 10 or 15 years away from having any children, so this is hypothetical, but is it bad to not honour anyone in a child’s name? I love my family and friends, but their names? Not so much. I’ve noticed that loads of people honour family or friends through their kids names, but none of my family’s or friends’ names are my style at all. Plus I’d hate to have to miss any friend or family member out.
    Also, along the same lines as ashthedreamer, do you think using names from other cultures is okay? Loads of the names I like are Greek, but I have no connection to the culture in any way. Do you think names like Evanthe, or Ariadne, and other -the/-adne names are too much?
    Thank you! Myosotis :)


    meamacat
    Participant

    When the time comes for me to have children I am already dead-set on the name of my first born son. I will be naming him Eli (Garret, Garrison, Gary, Grey… depending on flow). These names will be in honor of both of my two deceased grandfathers who are very important men in my life. I am so set on this name and it is so important to me that if the father tried to dispute it, I will really just “un-invite him” to the delivery room.Is this absolutely terrible of me? Similarly my first born daughter’s middle name will be Renee. Also non-negotiable.

    Additionally, I would love to name a daughter after my grandmother, Nola. However I am worried that my other grandmother, Carol, will be offended that she is the only grandparent I’m not naming children after… Caroline is an option.. but I’m not entirely crazy about it, and it would have to flow.

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    Hey, Anabel! My question is all pretty hypothetical at this point, as I’m nowhere near ready (or able) to start a family at this point, but it is something I’ve sort of been mulling over in my head, and I’m wondering if they’re in any way usable. Lately I’ve been realizing how much I love these international names (sometimes international variants, but mostly just names used in other cultures that are a bit spunky and strange here, but still have aspects that are familiar, so I can see them fitting in okay), and I’m wondering how usable they really are. The ones I’ve been liking in particular are these:

    Eilidh
    Laerke
    Anouk
    Madelief
    Helene (I like the French prn., ay-LEN)
    French double-barrels (like Anne-Claire or Anne-Sophie)

    I feel like they’re really different from the usual Isabella, Emma, Sophia, Lily, Avery, Gabriella, etc., but they all seem to have aspects that either look or sound familiar (Eilidh sounds like Haley, Laerke looks a lot like Lark, Anouk can get Annie, Madelief has the same beginning as Madeleine/Madeline/Madelyn, Helene looks like Helen, etc.), but I can’t help but wonder if it’s a bad idea to have a little Madelief if I have no Dutch history at all. Thoughts on that?

    First of all, I do not think you have to have ANY Dutch heritage to use a Dutch name. So, if you chose to use a name like Madelief, I think it would be fine. Somewhere along the line, there seemed to be created an “unwritten rule” that a name should adhere to a person’s background. This, of course, is perfectly acceptable…but not necessary. If you love a name like Martinez and your surname is Smith, it is still totally doable! People are doing this sort of thing all over the globe! Go for it! America is a melting pot and really, that representation is true for most all of the world. So, I don’t think a person needs to use a name from their own heritage, and yes…perfectly fine to use a name of an origin that you don’t have a connection to. Just honor the name, and make sure that you know how it is pronounced correctly and where it comes from, because people will ask you–including your child!

    I will caution, however, that your biggest challenge here is that many of these names will be spelled wrong and pronounced wrong. You will frequently have to explain, and your child will as well. If this is ok with you, then go forth and just be prepared. If this is not ok with you, and you don’t want your child to have to explain or spell their name many times over, then opt to take some of these names that you love and use them in the middle name position. Your child can definitely choose to go by them or use them in any way he or she may like throughout their lives. The two on this list that I think you would have the least of this problem with would be Helene and Anouk.

    How bad of an idea is it to use a unisex name that is fairly strongly skewered to the girls’ camp on a boy (think Addison, Bailey, Hadley…). Bailey’s been a long-time favorite, and I’ve been really crushing on Addison lately, but I just get the feeling that this is a really bad idea. :( Just wondering your professional opinion on that…

    As far as unisex names, the tide is turning and many parents are starting to use unisex names as TRULY unisex names. Which means there are more people choosing names like Addison, Hadley and Bailey for boys. True unisex names are pretty hard to come by, anyway. For instance, the name-nerd in me wouldn’t call any of these names unisex. They are all surnames, so, they are masculine names, but are often used for either sex. There is nothing wrong with using these names for boys. Today’s social climate is very much open to these sorts of names being used on either gender…probably more so than ever before!

    Thanks for your fun questions @ashthedreamer! Please feel free to ask anytime!

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    Hey @Myosotis!

    I’m still 10 or 15 years away from having any children, so this is hypothetical, but is it bad to not honour anyone in a child’s name? I love my family and friends, but their names? Not so much. I’ve noticed that loads of people honour family or friends through their kids names, but none of my family’s or friends’ names are my style at all. Plus I’d hate to have to miss any friend or family member out.
    Also, along the same lines as @ashthedreamer, do you think using names from other cultures is okay? Loads of the names I like are Greek, but I have no connection to the culture in any way. Do you think names like Evanthe, or Ariadne, and other -the/-adne names are too much?

    You absolutely don’t have to honor anyone when choosing your child’s name…not even if it is a family tradition! :-)

    You get to choose who you want to honor, who not to honor…or not to honor anyone at all! That’s perfectly fine! If you have a family tradition that you don’t care for, either…that is also ok. It is entirely up to you and your partner what you decide to do. There aren’t any hard and fast rules at all about choosing a family name. You get to make your own! I mean, how meaningful would it be if you chose a name you didn’t feel right about just because someone else made you feel obligated? A tradition is only meaningful if you want to take part in it…and if you truly believe in it.

    To answer the second part of your question: Absolutely. I believe using names from other cultures or origins to be perfectly fine. Just be sure you know the proper pronunciation and history of the name you choose, because even your child will be curious about his or her name. The story of how my mom chose my name is what made me interested in the subject of names and inspired me to learn more and more about them. So, I feel that aspect really is the most important…much more important that if you truly are, for instance-Greek or not. Evanthe and Ariadne are both names that are not to difficult to grasp, and I feel they would translate well. They are much less complicated than many other names that are being used every day. You will have to be prepared for people to possibly spell or pronounce them wrong, but even people named Jessica or Ashley have to deal with that.

    Than you for your questions! Please feel free to ask me anything! :-)

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    When the time comes for me to have children I am already dead-set on the name of my first born son. I will be naming him Eli (Garret, Garrison, Gary, Grey… depending on flow). These names will be in honor of both of my two deceased grandfathers who are very important men in my life. I am so set on this name and it is so important to me that if the father tried to dispute it, I will really just “un-invite him” to the delivery room.Is this absolutely terrible of me? Similarly my first born daughter’s middle name will be Renee. Also non-negotiable.

    Additionally, I would love to name a daughter after my grandmother, Nola. However I am worried that my other grandmother, Carol, will be offended that she is the only grandparent I’m not naming children after… Caroline is an option.. but I’m not entirely crazy about it, and it would have to flow.

    Hi @meamacat!

    The one thing that I have seen most often make naming a child difficult rather than an enjoyable part of welcoming a new baby is the failure to compromise. Many times, it is a picky hubby that is quick to veto suggestions. But just as often is a mama that has her heart set on a name being her honor alone, and boxing out her partner. Neither situation allows for the other’s feelings to be taken into account…and this could be the seed to lead to a WHOLE pack of other problems!

    Names are important. Yes. But a baby is a whole lot more than a name…and we have babies for many more reasons than to choose a name for them. There is going to be a whole lot of work and time and sweat and blood and tears that goes in to raising a baby from the start of his or her life to the time they are an adult and self-sufficient. Would you want your partner-when you really need him- to be that adamant to elect to just not participate because he is not getting his way? What if it is something about school, or discipline or health?

    It is really, really important to look at the big picture and lay the groundwork for compromise. As long as you are willing to compromise…things will be so much easier…and happier! That doesn’t mean that you have to give up on your name ideas. It just means that you have to go into it being completely honest, but understanding that your partner might have feelings just as strong as yours and that those are just as important as yours. Heck, you might get lucky and you both will love the same names and there won’t be any problem at all. But, it is important to approach it as a joint endeavor, rather than a “my way or the highway” one!

    The OTHER important thing to remember is that there is always help when an agreement can’t be reached! I think that is one of the things forums and websites like this are best for: absolutely honest opinions and ideas from people who are objective and might be better able to help because they aren’t the ones that are “in the thick of it”! So don’t worry…we’ve got ya!

    As far as your grandmother being upset: Remember it is your choice along with your partner. Unless grandma is the baby’s parent, she doesn’t get a voice in the choice unless you say so.

    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    I totally agree on family traditions! I think it’s sad when parents feel pressured to use names they don’t like (especially names that seem like they’d be tough for a kid to live with) just because of family tradition!


    ashleykay102
    Participant

    Hi Anabel!

    I have a couple questions, actually.

    1. My husband loves the name Aislyn, but with the pronunciation of Ace-Lynn. Many people are upset with the spelling because Aislyn is actually pronounced Ash-Leen in Ireland. Do you really think its a big deal? Or should we spell is Acelyn? Do you think people would mispronounce the name with either spelling or more so one way?

    2. The boy name we have chosen is Finnegan. We like Finn for a nickname. Some people love it, and some hate it. What do you think?

    Thanks so much!

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    Hi Anabel!

    I have a couple questions, actually.

    1. My husband loves the name Aislyn, but with the pronunciation of Ace-Lynn. Many people are upset with the spelling because Aislyn is actually pronounced Ash-Leen in Ireland. Do you really think its a big deal? Or should we spell is Acelyn? Do you think people would mispronounce the name with either spelling or more so one way?

    2. The boy name we have chosen is Finnegan. We like Finn for a nickname. Some people love it, and some hate it. What do you think?

    Hi @ashleykay102!

    1. I think that most people, when they see the “Ais” in a name, know that it is pronounced “Ash”. Aislinn is such a strong, traditional Irish name that it is very recognized. Especially since Irish names went through a tremendous popularity trend in the 1990′s. If you truly want to use an “Ace” in place of “Ash”, then you will need to spell it differently to avoid confusion. Acelyn would probably get you the pronunciation that you desire. I think there will always be some confusion with this name however, because it is a fairly modern creation, and also because Ace is very, very trendy and popular today for boys. So be prepared.

    2. I think that Finnegan is WONDERFUL! If you and your husband agree on it, I think it is a perfect choice. It is strong, easy to pronounce, instantly recognizable, rich in heritage and history and it isn’t overly common. I think those traits are exactly what most people want in a name! Do’t pay any attention to the “naysayers”, you’ve done good!

    jenni_lynn91
    jenni_lynn91
    Participant

    I have another name origin question. We aren’t using the name for this baby, but my fiancé wants to use the name Anyi Sayuri for a girl. (With his accent, it sounds like Angie Sah-jury, but I don’t know the real pronunciation). From what I have looked up online, Anyi is a Chinese name meaning artistic, and Sayuri is a Japanese name meaning small lily. Is it weird to have a Chinese/Japanese name with a Mexican last name? Also, if I had two daughters, would it be strange for one to have a Spanish/Aztec name and the other to have a Chinese/Japanese name?

    dreamofyou
    dreamofyou
    Participant

    Anabel, thank you for answering my question regarding family “trends”. I now have a separate question for you, somewhat based off that question. My husband and I have had a name for our future son picked out for about three years now, Everett Mitchell. Everett is the name of his uncle who passed away. Mitchell is my father’s name. My brother and his wife welcomed my nephew, Brooks Mitchell, three weeks ago. My question is, would it be inappropriate to keep Mitchell as the middle name for our future son, thus giving the cousins the same middle name? Should we choose something else?

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    Hi jenni_lynn91!

    I have another name origin question. We aren’t using the name for this baby, but my fiancé wants to use the name Anyi Sayuri for a girl. (With his accent, it sounds like Angie Sah-jury, but I don’t know the real pronunciation). From what I have looked up online, Anyi is a Chinese name meaning artistic, and Sayuri is a Japanese name meaning small lily. Is it weird to have a Chinese/Japanese name with a Mexican last name? Also, if I had two daughters, would it be strange for one to have a Spanish/Aztec name and the other to have a Chinese/Japanese name?

    Firstly, I don’t think that mixing name origins is too odd. We are living in a very global world, where people from many different cultures, heritages and backgrounds are coming together. As this happens, it becomes less and less rare for people to see names that are of different origins being used together. I do not think it is odd or strange, and I think it is perfectly acceptable.

    The thing that I would be very wary off, however, is using a name that you might not be pronouncing correctly. If it isn’t able to be pronounced the way it should be, then it will lead to a lot of confusion for both your child and everyone else. So I would say to stay clear of anything that isn’t simple to pronounce correctly.

    Thanks for your question! Please come back and ask more! :-)

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    Thanks for coming back, @dreamofyou!

    My husband and I have had a name for our future son picked out for about three years now, Everett Mitchell. Everett is the name of his uncle who passed away. Mitchell is my father’s name. My brother and his wife welcomed my nephew, Brooks Mitchell, three weeks ago. My question is, would it be inappropriate to keep Mitchell as the middle name for our future son, thus giving the cousins the same middle name? Should we choose something else?

    It is PERFECTLY acceptable and fine for you to use the same middle name! Many people do this, especially in families in regards to honoring a certain individual. I know a family with three boys–brothers— who all have their father’s name for their middle name. It makes perfect sense that you and your brother would both like to pay homage to your dad! I say ‘go for it’!


    Marivel
    Participant

    Hello anabel BTW i love your name i even had that one in mind … anyway im having a hard time picking the right name for my baby girl that will be born in may i just cant seem to find the right first and middle name to flow right with the last name i took already toomany breaks from getting a headach about it.. here are three that i like but just cant decide if my baby girl will hate me later or love her name
    - verity lynette mungia
    - Mariela hortencia mungia
    - selena rosette mungia
    Im not good at puting them together but id love to put her a rare name that sounds beautiful even if i cant use my moms name (hortencia) she doesnt have a middle name plz help me decide and picking a name :)

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    Hello anabel BTW i love your name i even had that one in mind … anyway im having a hard time picking the right name for my baby girl that will be born in may i just cant seem to find the right first and middle name to flow right with the last name i took already toomany breaks from getting a headach about it.. here are three that i like but just cant decide if my baby girl will hate me later or love her name
    - verity lynette mungia
    - Mariela hortencia mungia
    - selena rosette mungia
    Im not good at puting them together but id love to put her a rare name that sounds beautiful even if i cant use my moms name (hortencia) she doesnt have a middle name plz help me decide and picking a name

    Hey there, @Marivel!!

    First of all, I don’t think that any name here would be a name a girl would “hate” to have. That being said, we can’t possibly anticipate what our kids will think. :-) I THINK everyone goes through a phase where they dislike their name and wish it was something different (I did!). That being said, I think everyone also goes through a phase where they LOVE their own name (I did!!) and so it is all good!

    Your choices here are lovely. I particularly like how you are interested in using names with an ‘ette’ ending. These names are classic, yet relatively rare today, although I believe they are on the fringe of a resurgence. This, in a nutshell, means you have good taste AND that you are choosing names that are recognizable, yet not overly popular. From the rest of your question, it appears that is what you are looking for. You are right on track.

    The name that most fits what you are looking for is Verity Lynette Mungia. I think its great. All of your choices are nice, but this is the one that sticks with me.

    A few words about honoring your mother: You may want to consider including a second middle name to honor her. That is not something that is unheard of, and I don’t think it would be “too much name” either. The other options are to use a name with the initial “H” in the middle name spot to honor her. Another thing I suggest is to use a different name that has the same meaning. Hortencia means “garden” so, here are more girl names that mean ‘garden’!

    One last thing that springs to mind: Hortencia is the name of a beautiful blue variety of hydrangea. You could also honor your mother by including a name that means ‘blue’ or is a shade of blue. You can check out our Color Names list to find some!

    I hope I’ve helped! Please feel free to come back and ask follow-up questions if you have any. Let us know what you choose! Good luck!

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by Anabel Conner Anabel Conner.
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    FaithandFamily13
    Participant

    Hi there I’m so grateful for you & this wonderful resource! My husband and I decided to name our son Soren. We wanted something unique, masculine, and strong sounding. Unfortunately my mom is more traditional and thinks a name like Soren will get him fun of — do you agree?? My second question pertains to agreeing on a middle name. my hubs & I have narrowed it down to Alexander, Christopher, Manning, or Michael. My personal favorite is Alexander because it sounds so strong and I think it flows the best with Soren’s first and last names (2 syllables). I also like the meanings of Christopher & Michael as well as how they bring a classic/traditional balance to the name Soren. My husband and I met at Frankie Manning’s Blue Room which is where Manning comes from. While I love the name and its personal significance, I’m concerned that’s putting two unique names together (Soren Manning) would be a bit “too unique”. I would love to know your thoughts and opinions! Thank you so much!

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    Hi there I’m so grateful for you & this wonderful resource! My husband and I decided to name our son Soren. We wanted something unique, masculine, and strong sounding. Unfortunately my mom is more traditional and thinks a name like Soren will get him fun of — do you agree?? My second question pertains to agreeing on a middle name. my hubs & I have narrowed it down to Alexander, Christopher, Manning, or Michael. My personal favorite is Alexander because it sounds so strong and I think it flows the best with Soren’s first and last names (2 syllables). I also like the meanings of Christopher & Michael as well as how they bring a classic/traditional balance to the name Soren. My husband and I met at Frankie Manning’s Blue Room which is where Manning comes from. While I love the name and its personal significance, I’m concerned that’s putting two unique names together (Soren Manning) would be a bit “too unique”. I would love to know your thoughts and opinions! Thank you so much!

    Hi there @FaithandFamily13! Thank you for your questions!

    First of all, I think that you and your husband should make the decision on what to name your son regardless of your mom’s opinion. Of course she means well, however she got her chance to name her children already. This is a decision for YOU two to make! :-) That being said, I do disagree with her. I actually don’t think Soren is all that unusual of a name. Soren has been on the US popularity charts Top 1000 names for boys since 2003, last year ranking at the #622 most popular name for boys. When 2013′s stats are released (usually right before Mother’s Day), I predict we will see this name make it into the Top 500 boys names, easily. That is not an “unusual” name. It is a more uncommon one, but once a name makes it into the Top 500, it is generally a name that you see more regularly. For reference, some other boys names that charted in 2012 in the 620′s are: Neil, Jon, Raphael, Sylas, Rex, Jefferson and Shaun. Girls names registering in the 620′s are Emersyn, Brenna, Nova, Rosa, Gracelynn and Raquel. I doubt he will ever be one of 4 Sorens in his classroom, but his name will not be terribly uncommon, and certainly not unpopular enough to incite teasing! I think you have made a very nice choice, and I would stick to it. Its so hard to find a name that you both agree on, so that is GOLD right there!

    As far as middles, you have made a lot of nice choices. You really cannot go wrong with any of them! This really is all about your comfort zone. If you really feel that Soren is unusual enough that he may rather go by Chris, Mike or Alex instead one day, then your choice should be to use one of these more traditional classics. My personal feeling is that Soren is not all that unusual so I would probably opt for the more personal and meaningful Manning. Soren Manning. I think that is extremely handsome, myself. Please keep in mind that the name Soren can be shortened to the currently very hip and popular Ren and that Manning can always provide the option of Manny if he really wanted to go with something more common.

    Good luck! Please come back with any follow-up or additional questions…and let us know what you chose!

    ashthedreamer
    ashthedreamer
    Participant

    A two-fold question, Anabel: what are your favorite European names (really, of any European nationality…)? And secondly, what are your favorite European names to pair with Anne-Sophie and Leo (as middles. So Anne-Sophie Madelief, for example, and Leo Kirill…).

    Not that it’s life or death or anything, I’m just really torn when it comes to Anne-Sophie and Leo, and I know I’d really like something European/international, but nothing I come up with seems to be good enough for me.

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    Hey Ash!!

    A two-fold question, Anabel: what are your favorite European names (really, of any European nationality…)? And secondly, what are your favorite European names to pair with Anne-Sophie and Leo (as middles. So Anne-Sophie Madelief, for example, and Leo Kirill…).

    Not that it’s life or death or anything, I’m just really torn when it comes to Anne-Sophie and Leo, and I know I’d really like something European/international, but nothing I come up with seems to be good enough for me.

    Personally, my favorite European names are Manx (names from the Isle of Man)and Cornish names. I also love Breton names, and have a great affinity for Welsh, Irish and Scottish names as well. I am also really interested in Old English names and how they changed over time to become the names we know today, as well as the progression of Breton and Norman names and how they became integrated into the English names we use frequently today. As far as European periods, I find all Medieval names interesting and am thinking of creating a list of those in our database, because they are becoming very popular.

    I instantly thought that Anne-Sophie would pair well with an ‘ette’ ending, although this might be too traditional for your liking. Because Anne-Sophie is very traditional, yet very uncommon because it is double barreled, I don’t think you need to go to out-of-the-ordinary in the middle spot.

    Anne-Sophie Cosette
    Anne-Sophie Colette
    Anne-Sophie Josette

    I have some other names to pair with it, as well, taken from my favorite origins I’ve mentioned above:

    Anne-Sophie Lowenna
    Anne-Sophie Elowen
    Anne-Sophie Senara
    Anne-Sophie Meliora
    Anne-Sophie Adelice or Anne-Sophie Azelice
    Anne-Sophie Franseza
    Anne-Sophie Maela
    Anne-Sophie Vienne or Anne-Sophie Vianne
    Anne-Sophie Briallen
    Anne-Sophie Maelys
    Anne-Sophie Alistriona
    Anne-Marie Aalish
    Anne-Sophie Adaryn
    Anne-Sophie Evania
    Anne-Sophie Vannora

    And for Leo:

    Leo Tremaine
    Leo Yestin
    Leo Ambroas
    Leo Corentin
    Leo Elouan
    Leo Winoc
    Leo Carmane
    Leo Garreth
    Leo Ivor
    Leo Kendell or Leo Kendall
    Leo Madoc
    Leo Merrick
    Leo Morgan
    Leo Price
    Leo Steffan
    Leo Vaughn

    That was super fun! Please never hesitate to ask me any questions and come back for any follow-ups you may have or need.

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    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    Anabel, I would love to get your advice on behalf of a friend! They are due next month (they don’t know the sex) and are having a really hard time agreeing on a name. Their son is Samuel Asher. She always wanted a daughter named Ella but a good friend just used that name. They both like, but don’t love, Luke and Sadie. They’ve also considered Clara, Anna, and she really likes Lucy and Charles/Charlie but he vetoed them.

    She said they want names that are traditional, not trendy, but that are kind of “spunky” rather than too formal-sounding or frilly. (She is kind of a tomboy, loves simple pleasures, and is a world traveler.) i.e. They like Elisabeth but feel like it’s a touch too formal for their taste. I suggested Eliza and they’re considering that.

    Any suggestions? Oh yes, and middle names will be Bernice if a girl (family name), Thomas if a boy.

    Zolizzie
    Zolizzie
    Participant

    HI!
    I guess this is a hypothetical question since I am still about a decade from having kids,but I’m wondering about something…I have two dots over the “e” in my name and I LOVE it, and I was wondering if you know of any names that use an e with dots (ë). (I would love to pass that unique name spelling to a future daughter or son).
    Thanks!

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