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Looking for funky, uncommon & cool GIRL names, etc.


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#126 r3na3

Posted 03 April 2012 - 04:20 PM

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Neve, Marley, Mila & Zane
Neve, Marley, Mila & Noah
Neve, Marley, Mila & Jay
Neve, Marley, Mila & Luis
Neve, Marley, Mila & Blair
Neve, Marley, Mila & Blake
Neve, Marley, Mila & Xavier
Neve, Marley, Mila & Connor
Neve, Marley, Mila & Cooper
Neve, Marley, Mila & Max

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Neve, Marley, Mila & Zoe
Neve, Marley, Mila & Sasha
Neve, Marley, Mila & Ava
Neve, Marley, Mila & Sydney
Neve, Marley, Mila & Adelaide
Neve, Marley, Mila & Saskia
Neve, Marley, Mila & Charlize
Neve, Marley, Mila & Skylah
Neve, Marley, Mila & Kyah
Neve, Marley, Mila & Jade



#127 lactasticmama

Posted 04 April 2012 - 01:34 PM

Thanks ladies! I rattled them all off to DH in the hope something would create a spark. All I got was a screwed up face response ddoh.gif

I on the other hand love, Van, Ace & Alba.


#128 riwybo

Posted 05 April 2012 - 08:27 AM

I really love the suggestions of Dexter & Jagger. Haven't read all the posts so not sure if your DH has vetoed these or not, but you could shorten them, I think Dex is awesome on it's own. But that's just me original.gif What about Lennox for a boy?

No suggestions for a girl. I think they're harder to choose than boys names. Are you still loving Poet?

I have a baby name book "100,000 baby names" by Bruce Lansky. t's really good. The first 100 pages have all names from shows, famous people, places, unique etc etc. You should check it out original.gif You might find something you like.

#129 Amber Spyglass

Posted 05 April 2012 - 08:48 AM

This would have to be the most anticipated baby name in my EB memory. Is it July yet???

Today I like:
Aric, Rune, Emlyn or Rocco for a boy (still think Fox is awesome for you too)

And for a girl - Arya or Lyra.



#130 lactasticmama

Posted 05 April 2012 - 06:41 PM

QUOTE (riwymk @ 05/04/2012, 08:27 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I really love the suggestions of Dexter & Jagger. Haven't read all the posts so not sure if your DH has vetoed these or not, but you could shorten them, I think Dex is awesome on it's own. But that's just me original.gif What about Lennox for a boy?

No suggestions for a girl. I think they're harder to choose than boys names. Are you still loving Poet?

I have a baby name book "100,000 baby names" by Bruce Lansky. t's really good. The first 100 pages have all names from shows, famous people, places, unique etc etc. You should check it out original.gif You might find something you like.


Yep, most definitely still loving Poet biggrin.gif It's my absolute #1.
Dexter, while I like this it's not one I think I will use, I have more that I love more. Lennox falls under this too.
Jagger is Hubby's pick, and I like it, but still not 100% on it.

Yeah I have 3 or 4 baby name books, and have been through them many times, along with scouring nameberry every few days.

QUOTE (Chevrechou @ 05/04/2012, 08:48 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
This would have to be the most anticipated baby name in my EB memory. Is it July yet???

Today I like:
Aric, Rune, Emlyn or Rocco for a boy (still think Fox is awesome for you too)

And for a girl - Arya or Lyra.

Lol, possibly.

I do like Rocco, and have suggested this before, but got knocked back (of course ddoh.gif ) The others I'm not too sure with. I'm having trouble pronouncing Arya...



So far it seems our lists are as follows;
Mine - Poet (G) & Fox (B)
Hubby - Jovie (G) & Jagger (B)

I think we need to come to some sort of medium. Not sure what or how though. Maybe once we finally find out the gender next Thursday, we may be able to think harder. It does seem easier when you know what you're having (well it is in my opinion).

#131 Finch

Posted 07 April 2012 - 09:07 PM

Girl: Ina, Britt, Coral, Raya, Kya
Boy: London, Tex, Nico, Morrison, Echo, Ziggy, Silver

#132 lactasticmama

Posted 09 April 2012 - 10:04 AM

Thanks Stealth!
Morrison is cool! As is Ziggy & Tex (which is unfortunately too close to my name, Tess). I like London as well. Thanks for those.

I might be getting closer with getting Fox, hubby doesn't mind it, but still wants to find other names. He isn't 100% on it, but isn't discarding it.

Poet on the other hand, he likes, but is worried about when he is out at & about and has to do the predictable "Poet come here" etc... He doesn't want to be one of 'those' people who get weird looks due to his child's name. He doesn't particularly care about what people think, he is just a little self conscious about it. Does that make sense?

Feel like we might be getting somewhere though, phew! Still looking for more names though.

#133 Kikki-B

Posted 09 April 2012 - 12:03 PM

QUOTE (magic_mummy @ 31/12/2011, 11:43 AM)
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Here are some suggestions:

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Neve, Marley, Mila and Taj
Neve, Marley, Mila and Noah
Neve, Marley, Mila and Dash
Neve, Marley, Mila and Blade
Neve, Marley, Mila and Jai
Neve, Marley, Mila and Beau
Neve, Marley, Mila and Jasper
Neve, Marley, Mila and Orion
Neve, Marley, Mila and Kai
Neve, Marley, Mila and Blaise
  Neve, Marley, Mila and Pierce
Neve, Marley, Mila and Jett
Neve, Marley, Mila and Cruz
Neve, Marley, Mila and Levi
Neve, Marley, Mila and Zane
Neve, Marley, Mila and Judd
Neve, Marley, Mila and Ryder
Neve, Marley, Mila and Nate
Neve, Marley, Mila and Jaxon
Neve, Marley, Mila and Maddox
  Neve, Marley, Mila and Caspar
Neve, Marley, Mila and Leo
Neve, Marley, Mila and Hendrix
Neve, Marley, Mila and Rafael
Neve, Marley, Mila and Jagger
Neve, Marley, Mila and Kingston
Neve, Marley, Mila and Heath
Neve, Marley, Mila and Carmichael
Neve, Marley, Mila and Duke
Neve, Marley, Mila and Dante
  Neve, Marley, Mila and Romeo
Neve, Marley, Mila and Heath
Neve, Marley, Mila and Rocco

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  Neve, Marley, Mila and Trixie
Neve, Marley, Mila and Bardot
Neve, Marley, Mila and Chanel
Neve, Marley, Mila and Sierra
Neve, Marley, Mila and Harlow
Neve, Marley, Mila and Monet
Neve, Marley, Mila and Tallulah
Neve, Marley, Mila and Isadora
Neve, Marley, Mila and Saffron
Neve, Marley, Mila and Indigo
  Neve, Marley, Mila and Indiana
Neve, Marley, Mila and Blair
Neve, Marley, Mila and Aria
Neve, Marley, Mila and Krista
Neve, Marley, Mila and Skyla
Neve, Marley, Mila and Ashton
Neve, Marley, Mila and Asha
Neve, Marley, Mila and Macy
Neve, Marley, Mila and Skye
Neve, Marley, Mila and Trista
  Neve, Marley, Mila and Delaney
Neve, Marley, Mila and Sasha
Neve, Marley, Mila and Lola
Neve, Marley, Mila and Willow
Neve, Marley, Mila and Lilah
Neve, Marley, Mila and Sienna
Neve, Marley, Mila and Max
Neve, Marley, Mila and Amber
Neve, Marley, Mila and Paris
Neve, Marley, Mila and Jemima
  Neve, Marley, Mila and Giselle
Neve, Marley, Mila and Presley
Neve, Marley, Mila and Annika
Neve, Marley, Mila and Demi
Neve, Marley, Mila and Cleo
Neve, Marley, Mila and Saskia
Neve, Marley, Mila and Carmen
Neve, Marley, Mila and Emersyn
Neve, Marley, Mila and Piper
Neve, Marley, Mila and Danica
  Neve, Marley, Mila and Mae
Neve, Marley, Mila and Avery
Neve, Marley, Mila and Bronte
Neve, Marley, Mila and Brooklyn
Neve, Marley, Mila and Allegra
Neve, Marley, Mila and Cheyenne
Neve, Marley, Mila and Shiloh/Shiloah
Neve, Marley, Mila and Cadence
Neve, Marley, Mila and Aurora
Neve, Marley, Mila and Ira
  Neve, Marley, Mila and Sydney
Neve, Marley, Mila and Daisy
Neve, Marley, Mila and Penny
Neve, Marley, Mila and Sadie
Neve, Marley, Mila and Hazel
Neve, Marley, Mila and Poppy
Neve, Marley, Mila and Lulu
Neve, Marley, Mila and Harper
Neve, Marley, Mila and Tiana
Neve, Marley, Mila and Kiera

Hope theres something in there you like!


Love Asha! Also love the name Ayla but it might be too close sounding to Mila

#134 kerilyntaryn

Posted 11 April 2012 - 10:43 PM

Aria
Cadence
Tamsyn
Peyton
Sadie
Hadley
Miles
Kinsey
Flynn
Isla
Quinn
Nyssa
Naree
Nyree
Natanya
Nerys
Nesha
Nessa
Niles
Nisha
Nixon
Noble
Nash
Nelson
Nolan
Norah

I think a N name  - then 2 Mís, 2 Nís


#135 twinboys

Posted 11 April 2012 - 11:03 PM

You have 2 kids starting with M and one starting with N - so you need another N name! ( Me thinks..LOL)

Girls

Nala
Neige
Nell
Neri
Nina
Nyree

Boys

Narn
Nat/Natt/Nate
Navin
Nelson
Nico
Niles
Niven
Nixon
Nolan
Norris
North




#136 lactasticmama

Posted 12 April 2012 - 12:01 AM

Lol, thanks. We're definitely avoiding N & M names though original.gif
But I do like Nala, Nell  Nella.

Thanks again for your suggestions biggrin.gif

#137 lactasticmama

Posted 12 April 2012 - 04:38 PM

Had another scan today, and now know Pip's gender. So the names are now halved, yay!

Will be keeping gender a surprise though, which will be tricky with asking for names on here, lol. But at least it will get slightly easier with naming our little one wub.gif

#138 Amber Spyglass

Posted 12 April 2012 - 04:58 PM

Nooooooo!

But I'm dying to know if it's a boy or girl and have been stalking this thread hoping to find out!!!!!

#139 tinkster23

Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:02 PM

Well thats just not fair!

*stomps feet like a 3 yo*

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#140 lactasticmama

Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:08 PM

Sorry blush.gif I do wanna share, I do.

Blame the hubby, he doesn't want to share. Such a party pooper!

#141 Etcetera

Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:21 PM

You don't actually have to say anything, just say no to all the names of the wrong sex!

#142 Divine 35

Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:24 PM

QUOTE (Etcetera @ 12/04/2012, 06:21 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
You don't actually have to say anything, just say no to all the names of the wrong sex!



LIKE  wink.gif  biggrin.gif

#143 lactasticmama

Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:27 PM

Lol, that's an idea wink.gif

#144 Magenta_

Posted 12 April 2012 - 08:28 PM

If it's a boy... I think Jarvis.

Later!
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#145 lactasticmama

Posted 12 April 2012 - 08:48 PM

Not a fan of Jarvis. Thanks though!

#146 bubbalee

Posted 12 April 2012 - 09:10 PM

Girls
Alkira- means sent from heaven
Kalinda- means 'a lookout' or 'the sea'
Tallaria- means rain

Boys
Thoar- means sunrise
Tariq- means morning star


#147 lactasticmama

Posted 12 April 2012 - 09:56 PM

Not too sure of them sorry blush.gif

#148 bubbalee

Posted 13 April 2012 - 11:46 AM

Didn't think so but was throwing them out there just in case wink.gif

Just go with Indigo if it's a girl, you know you wanna lol

#149 FairyLove

Posted 13 April 2012 - 02:27 PM

Sable
Honour
Anouk
Lilac
Garnet
Cosette
Lotus
Farrah
Dove
Rue/Roux
Sage
Fairly
Misty
Velvet
Magenta
Fawn
Ember
Ginger
Bridie
Calipso
Fable
Vogue
Elm
Frankie
Tansy/Tanzi
Raven
Rhya (Ray-a)


Blaine/Blaise
Jed
Klaus (rhymes with house)
Avery
Otto
Roux/Rune
Finch
Axel
Falcon
Cash
Jaffa
Amos
Steel
Clay
Flint
Quartz
Cobalt
Jericho
Clove


blah, blah, blah.  Oh I give up! This is too hard OP!

Edited by FairyLove, 14 April 2012 - 12:09 PM.


#150 megamoomoo

Posted 13 April 2012 - 05:35 PM

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