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Names That Fit our Styles? Ever After Due March 27; 16 kids; British Columbia 43 posts
21st Jan '13

I've tried going through baby name sites, but to be honest, going through the massive names of lists hasn't been extremely helpful to me. I figured I would try asking for name suggestions, since going through sites hasn't proved to be very useful. Can someone suggest some names for both genders, based on our "styles" of naming?



For girls, I like shorter, more spunky...I really like Peyton and Zoey, but my husband has shot both of them down. He prefers something longer and more feminine...I believe his name idea of the day was Seraphina.



For boys, I tend to go for names like August or Sawyer. He's...really wierd with boy names. So far he's suggested Creed, Loki, and Colt. I swear it's like he's naming his alias on his x-Box...Anyone have any ideas that we might be able to agree on?

linsα Sayama Hills, TY, Japan 31254 posts
21st Jan '13

Nymblr might be a great help. Also nameberry has a vast lists of names that fit your style, they don't always list the typical average names either.

Ever After Due March 27; 16 kids; British Columbia 43 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting linsα:" Nymblr might be a great help. Also nameberry has a vast lists of names that fit your style, they don't always list the typical average names either. "

I've tried Nymblr, but I haven't heard of nameberry. I'll check it out. Thanks!

user banned 1 child; Portland, Maine 20613 posts
21st Jan '13

It's kind of unisex, but maybe Quinn?
Olive also comes off as short and spunky to me.



Not sure on the boy name though.

linsα Sayama Hills, TY, Japan 31254 posts
21st Jan '13

Ophelia, Violetta and Zora are what came to mind for girl names.



For boys maybe Felix, Cassius, Lucian.

Boobo&bugs 2 kids; Simpsonville, South Carolina 7705 posts
21st Jan '13

Phoebe, Chloe, Olive
Ronan, Roman, Oscar

user banned 1 child; Portland, Maine 20613 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting linsα:" Ophelia, Violetta and Zora are what came to mind for girl names. For boys maybe Felix, Cassius, Lucian. "

ZORA. YES. :D




Guess what my daughter's name is... :lol:

linsα Sayama Hills, TY, Japan 31254 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Thisperyears:" ZORA. YES. :D Guess what my daughter's name is... :lol:"


Zora? :lol: ....or Zelda?




I tried to get a friend to name her daughter Zora but she refused because of A link to the past. :x

user banned 1 child; Portland, Maine 20613 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting linsα:" Zora? :lol: ....or Zelda? I tried to get a friend to name her daughter Zora but she refused because of A link to the past. :x"


Zora lol. Although it's supposed to be after Zora Neale Hurston who's my SO's favorite author but I'm a well known LoZ fan to my friends so they don't believe me :lol:

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
21st Jan '13

there are plenty of great really girly girls names.



I like Zoe spelled correctly.



Peyton is just ugly no matter how you spell it.

user banned 3 kids; Lincoln, Alabama 10353 posts
21st Jan '13

Autumn
Hadley
Sophia




Colton
Asher
Ashton
Easton

♥Simply Whitney♥ TTC since Dec 2012; 1 child; Australia 932 posts
22nd Jan '13

Girl:
Zara
Vern

Love! 18 kids; California 1989 posts
22nd Jan '13

Mybe Archer for a boy?

☠ Meg13 ☠ 2 kids; Kansas City, Missouri 13167 posts
22nd Jan '13
Quoting Love!:" Mybe Archer for a boy?"


I love Archer.

Ever After Due March 27; 16 kids; British Columbia 43 posts
22nd Jan '13

I absolutely love Roman for a boy...My husband wasn't sold on it until I convinced him that it's related to gladiators. He loves Archer. I actually like it as well, so we're agreeing.



I also love Colton and Tate for boys.



He really likes Sophia. Zora is awesome, but I can't convince him about that. :D



I'm loving Sadie right now, but again, I don't know if I could talk him into it.