Girls names

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Girls names

Postby Splash » 05 Dec 2013, 19:38

I'm looking for new inspiration for a girls name. It was good looking through the suggested boys names in other thread so thought I would come to you too.

I like more unusual/unique names but that means no one likes my suggestions :( . Also like a name that ends in 'a' as we are all 'y' and we have a difficult surname to match.

So far my favourite names are

Amelia
Aria
Faith
Rhea ( DH thinks gona and dia though!!)
Starla
India
Sienna
Kenia

DH only likes a small few in this list but I say I choose since I go through the pain.

Any other suggestions that fit?
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Re: Girls names

Postby robyn » 05 Dec 2013, 19:45

Ramona?
Cordelia?
Both names I love but DH wouldn't allow :(
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Re: Girls names

Postby robyn » 05 Dec 2013, 19:46

And of course Martha and greta fit too! I only seem to be able to come up with 'a' names!
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Re: Girls names

Postby Gizmo » 05 Dec 2013, 19:49

Tahlia/Thalia (I've seen it spelt both ways but same pn of Ta-lee-ah)
Thea
Nina
Gabriella
Nona
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Re: Girls names

Postby StJuniper » 05 Dec 2013, 20:04

Julia is our girls name that we will probably never get to use.
Gloria
Anneke (ends with an a sound but not letter)
Petra
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Re: Girls names

Postby Sallie » 05 Dec 2013, 20:05

I love Sylvia, Lucinda and Elouisa
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Re: Girls names

Postby worrrrow » 05 Dec 2013, 20:07

Isla?
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Re: Girls names

Postby Spanner » 05 Dec 2013, 20:10

Rosa
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Re: Girls names

Postby t&n's mummy » 05 Dec 2013, 20:12

Love Starla that's very pretty, I was going to say Isla too!

Lena (one of n's middle names)
Nuala (lion king, not sure that's actually how you spell it, but I like it)
Lola
Anna
Ava (that's not very unusual though top 20 this year)
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Re: Girls names

Postby Nix » 05 Dec 2013, 20:16

Pippa!
Amber.
Freya
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Re: Girls names

Postby camper » 05 Dec 2013, 20:16

I love Isla too, and Rhea! Also Seren, Noemi, Rhiannon, Tessa, Iris and Indigo. Only a couple that end in A though I'm afraid.
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Re: Girls names

Postby Pics » 05 Dec 2013, 20:19

We have an Iona and nearly had a Rhoda or Rosanna

(and an Elodie and Merryn - but they don;t end in a)

We really wanted a third name beginning with a vowel for Merryn, but we just couldn;t find any we agreed on. We love her name now though!
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Re: Girls names

Postby CaelaCoo » 05 Dec 2013, 20:23

We've got daisy booked as our next name lol

Oh wanted lexi for dd but I said no so he named the dog it

Heard one mentioned the other day that was nice...Shea(shay-ah)

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Re: Girls names

Postby Splash » 05 Dec 2013, 20:28

Thanks, I'm not keen on Isla although DH likes it. I have loved Ava since we were expecting R but it's too popular around here.

I like Tahlia, Rosa and I really like Indigo but not sure what DH will think. He often just laughs at my name suggestions. His most favourite is Amelia but it's too common for me, in the top 10. R's name was different at the time but it's now 3rd!
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Re: Girls names

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 05 Dec 2013, 20:32

We wanted a 3 syllable name ending in a, to match DD1's name.

We came up with the following shortlist
Tallulah (instantly vetoed by DH - booooo!)
Saskia
Matilda
Leila (not quite 3 but a nice name!)
Letitia
Amelia

I'll PM you the names of mine!
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