girls names

Discussion in 'Baby Names' started by weevy-bee, Jan 29, 2005.

  1. weevy-bee

    weevy-bee New Member

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    Any good names out there for girls.I stumped,I like Emma and Abby, but need some ideas
     
  2. lilangel

    lilangel Active Member

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    Those are sort of "old fashioned" names arent they? Why not try for a more modernised name. Or a name that has a meaning to it. Maybe after a song (maybe the one baby was concieved to?) or after a special place to that is important to you and your partner. But in the end its up to you. I dont know if i made sense but good luck anyway!!! :D
     
  3. mummytrying

    mummytrying Active Member

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    my friends just called her little girl anya and another amarissa.
     
  4. Zor-El

    Zor-El Well-Known Member

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    hi im really into the name chelsea and i love the name ella i really like names that are different but my fiancee isnt having any of it lol :D
     
  5. Jenna's1stbub

    Jenna's1stbub New Member

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    I like the Name Jada for a girl. Think its quite unusual.
     
  6. lilangel

    lilangel Active Member

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    I like the name Jada as well Jenna. I am 9 weeks pregnant and I am already thinking of names. I like the name Jada - Rose for a girl
     
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    Tanisha Well-Known Member

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    My husband at I like the names Danielle Renee or Alisha Renee if it is a girl.
     
  8. lilangel

    lilangel Active Member

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    I Like very unusual names does anyone have any suggestions?

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  9. Jenna's1stbub

    Jenna's1stbub New Member

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    Hmmm.. I wish I had thought of names when I was 9 weeks too. I am due today and we stii are not sure!! If it's a girl we are looking at Caitlin or Kiera, second name Ashley. But the surname is with a K and people are saying the kid will be teased will initials KAK. I don't think it's a problem... any suggestions? :?
     
  11. Claire

    Claire Well-Known Member

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    Hi! Do you pronounce it kee-rah or kee-air-ah? You could try a different spelling, maybe starting with a c or ch?
     
  12. Robyn

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    It's Kee-rah. I like it because it's quite different. yes, could try it with a C I guess. Will run it by my other half and see what he thinks :lol: Thanks!
     
  13. AmberNicole

    AmberNicole Well-Known Member

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    DH and I are naming our daughter Ava Hope. Some other girl names I love are:

    Emma
    Audrey
    Ella
    Delaney
    Helena
    Savannah
     
  14. kirsty

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    hi, im calling my little girl Kayla, i liked Michaela but because her middle name will be katrina after my mum i think it suits better. does it sound ok??!! :
     

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