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WDYT of these?

  • ashthedreamer
    ashthedreamer
    Participant

    I’m thinking of scrapping a bunch of the names on my girls’ list, which would leave me with about 8-9 names (Isabelle, Arianne, Olivia, Violet, Charlotte, Catherine, Emmeline, Eleni, and Lillian, with Eleanor, Eva, and Tess as more distant maybes), so I’ve been thinking about adding a couple crushes to my list. WDYT of these? Are any of them worth adding?

    Ophelia
    Odette/Odile/Odilia (related enough that I can’t see adding them both, but I love them both equally and I can’t decide!)
    Verity
    Zoe
    Lena (or something that yields Lena. Like Eleanor. Or Magdalena. Or something.)

    Any you think would fit really well with Isabelle, Arianne, Olivia, Violet, Charlotte, Catherine, Emmeline, Eleni, and Lillian?

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  • embra
    Participant

    I think Zoe is cute on a little girl and sophisticated on a woman. I really like it with your previous options! I like Lena, but am not wild about Eleanor or Magdalena. Carolina might work as a full name too or possibly Jacqueline – with the French pronunciation of course ;-)

    TheWishingStar
    TheWishingStar
    Participant

    I love Zoe! It fits really well with your other names – feminine, but spunky. I really like Lena too, though I don’t like Magdalena, and Eleanor seems like a stretch. I have a friend who goes by Lina because her middle name is Alene. Maybe something alog those likes? Alene, Alena? Or Selena?


    kimiha
    Participant

    i think they all fit well with your name list.

    i dont care for ophelia. i think there is too much teasing potential and idr the character ophelia but wasnt it not a good association?

    i like odette. id love for this name to come into style. not a fan of odile or ottile.

    zoe is cute.

    lena i think will have pronunciation problems. i think most would say lee-na. some maybe lay-na. i know someone with this name who pronounces it leh-na so thats what i think of. i think u should add magdalena. thats cool. i pronounce that mag-da-LAY-na.
    and verity is ok. i prefer vera

    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    I like Zoe, or Lena as a nickname for Magdalena.

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