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  • Myosotis
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    I love Anneliese (Annie) and Evangeline (Evie)!

    Pandora Valencia Fae
    Evanthe Lyra Annabeth
    Beatrix Clara Elizabeth

    Pandora, Evanthe, & Beatrix (Aura, Evie, & Trixie)

    Myosotis
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    Maybe Evadne? I like the E.D. initials idea. Really opens up some options.

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    1. Elise
    2. Evangeline nn Evie
    3. Emiliana
    4. Eliana
    5. Julia
    6. Coraline nn Cora

    Myosotis
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    My mum basically left it up to my dad. She said she was just too tired/worried to care that much. :P Anyway, my dad had a name picked out (I don’t know what), but he thought I looked regal and majestic when I was born. So my name (first and middle) means beautiful princess in Arabic. I’m in no way regal now, and not at all princessy, but I like the story; it’s like a nice message from my parents. :)

    Myosotis
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    I definitely prefer Eliana. It’s such a beautiful name, and the sort I can imagine would get loads of compliments. Natalia hasn’t got the same wow factor for me.

    Myosotis
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    I love Caspian. As in I absolutely adore it; it’s my number one favourite boys name, and I fully intend on using it in the (very, very) far future. I just love the sound, the look, the associations, and the imagery; basically everything. It sounds okay with your boys names too, maybe a bit different, but it’s nice.

    Myosotis
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    I’m really starting to like Elise (only just topped by Elsie). I agree with Kelchicky that it’s very elegant and beautiful. I definitely prefer Elise to Julia.

    Myosotis
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    I kind of like it. I love Adora too, and I just generally like names with Ador- in them. I’m not sure how well it would flow with an Ad- surname (maybe they’d be too similar?) but I suppose it depends on the rest of your last name. The only thing I found when I looked it up was someone called Adorina Spenta (although that could be a screen name), so maybe it is used, but very rare. I don’t think it’s crazy. Dori is a cute nickname!

    Myosotis
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    *s are on my favourite firsts list (i.e. I really, really love them):
    Barnaby*, Bravery*, Bartholomew, Benedict, Benoit, Blaise
    Francis*, Finn, Fabian, Frederick
    Horatio*, Hugo
    Julian
    Marlowe*, Malik, Morgan
    Richard*, Rhonwyn*, Rhydian

    • This reply was modified 4 weeks, 1 day ago by Myosotis Myosotis.
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    Myosotis
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    Some really nice names. I’m especially loving Phoenix (x1000) and also, Zander, Summer, and Alex & Zach.

    Myosotis
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    I like it. It reminds me of a Dahlia too. It would be especially cute to honour a grandma or aunt Dahlia.

    Myosotis
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    I like Esther (as a middle or a first). I have a friend called Esther, so I guess I have a bit of a soft spot for it.

    Victoria Esther
    Harriet Esther
    Isobel Esther
    Lillian Esther

    Myosotis
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    My favourite is Melody, followed by Isabel.

    Myosotis
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    I agree that Jack August Dominic has the best flow. Maybe you’d like one of these?

    Jack August Christopher
    Jack August Benjamin
    Jack August Lysander
    Jack August Caspian/Cassian/Cassius/Cyprian

    Myosotis
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    I say Tam-ARE-uh.

    Myosotis
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    I like it. It’s on my list, along with Melisande (a form of Millicent). I think it’s a lovely vintage name, although I’m not sure how it would be perceived nowadays.

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    Myosotis
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    I love Aurora Jane! I feel like I should like Elyssia, but I’ve found Elysia a bit too ‘ee’ heavy, but that’s just for me personally. Maybe you’d like Elisa Jane or Eliza Jane. I love Jane btw.

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    Myosotis
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    It’s one of my (many) little cousins’ names, and I quite like it. The only possible downside (depending how you look at it) is the pronunciation. My cousin’s name is said Dah-lee-a (which makes more sense to me), but my mum insists on saying day-lee-a for the flower.

    Myosotis
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    My favourites are (be warned, I like quite unusual names):
    Olympia
    Thalia (Thay-lee-a)
    Elaphia (Ancient Greek name meaning deer)
    Illyria
    Ilythia
    Talaria
    Zenovia (or Zenobia)
    Accalia
    Cerelia
    Valencia
    Valeria
    Celia
    Zia
    Aurelia
    Flavia

    Also Elysia, Cecilia/Cecelia and Felicia are okay, but not on my list.

    Myosotis
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    Evangeline Clara is lovely! I have Beatrix Clara Elizabeth as a combo, so I’d say Beatrix and Beatrice. I also like (these are all from my list):

    Arabella Clara
    Elowen Clara
    Imogen Clara
    Rosalind Clara
    Henrietta Clara
    Antoinette Clara
    Matilda Clara
    Evelyn Clara
    Jessamine Clara
    Saffron Clara
    Tallulah Clara
    Rosemarie Clara
    Gwendolen Clara
    Merewen Clara

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