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Really struggling with girl names


  • georgina84
    Participant

    Hi.

    I’m looking for advice on girl names!! I’m finding it really hard to find a name that I really love. I have two boys.. Their names are Ewan Joseph and Carwyn James.. My partner also has two children named Evangeline and Griffin.
    We both like timeless beautiful names but just not able to find one that sticks. We love Autumn and Willow but prefer them as middle names, so looking for something that would sound nice with these following.
    Any ideas would be great!! ☺️

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  • yellowwatts
    yellowwatts
    Participant

    Hmmm….just gonna throw some things out there.

    Maeve
    Natalie
    Vivienne
    Gwendolyn
    Rowan
    Tabitha
    Corinne
    Cordelia
    Lola
    Poppy
    Piper
    Olive
    Quinn
    Daphne
    Fern
    Freya
    Dahlia
    Delilah
    Xanthe
    Zoe
    Ainsley
    Ivy
    Stella


    georgina84
    Participant

    Thank you. I love fraya but it clashes really bad with surname.. And I love Rowan but prefer that as a boys name. I think my problem is that I’m torn between classic type names and earthy names. It’s so hard!!
    Names I like but not sure we would use are
    Arianna, Sophia and I love linaia but not overly keen on the idea of Lin if people shortened it..
    Thank you. Will be passing suggestions on ☺️

    yellowwatts
    yellowwatts
    Participant

    Here are some other, more earthy, names…

    Briar
    Aurora
    River
    Luna
    Sapphire
    Amethyst
    Jade

    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    I love Linaia, too (though I’ve seen it spelled Linnea; I think that’s the same name?)! Arianna and Sophia are really pretty too.


    lovenames
    Participant

    Linnea is the “proper” spelling (it is a Swedish name deriving from Linneaus, the Swedish botanist). I’ve met someone called Linnea once and she was shortened to “Elle” (as in L for her first letter).

    I think you can probably compromise and go with an earthy classic name. Some ideas are:

    Amaryllis
    Belladonna (I love that it means “beautiful woman” and is the name of a mysterious and poisonous plant)
    Briar-Rose
    Daphne
    Fleur
    Hazel
    Iris (I love this, but DH is not a fan:( )
    Laurel
    Marigold
    Myrtle (although with Harry Potter, she might be called “Moaning Myrtle” a lot)
    Olive
    Primrose
    Sage
    Violet / Viola (I prefer Viola, from Twelfth Night *sigh*)

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