Girls names.

Discussion in 'Baby Names' started by -Cat-, Sep 16, 2005.

  1. -Cat-

    -Cat- Well-Known Member

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    Okay so we want to have two girl names and two boy names to chouse from once bambino arrives, we have the two boys names which are:
    Noah George Scott
    Finlay George Scott

    Now for a girl we like Nieve Tyler Scott but cant think of a second girl choice. Im not a girly girl type person and dont like really girly names and I also like slightly unusual names.
    I quite like the name Elliot for a girl, Wondered what you thought of this and what possible middle name I could put with it cant go for Tyler again otherwise it would really sound like a boy!

    If anyone would like to give there opinions or suggestions of other girl names/middlenames that would be great.
     
  2. Amanda

    Amanda Well-Known Member

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    I love the name Nieve for a girl Cat. I have a friend who is Irish and she has the Irish spelling of Niamh, but it is pronounced Nieve.

    I like the idea of Elliot for girl, I'd not thought of that before. When she's young, she can be Ellie. Can't think of a middle name though.....

    I have to say that I tend to go for the more old-fashioned names when I am thinking about them. I love the name Grace Mae, but my hubbies cousin has 2 girls and guess what? Yep, one is Grace, the other is Mae! I found out on Sunday that his wife is pregnant with their 3rd, and I have told her that if she has a boy, she cannot under any circumstances call it Harry, because I've reserved it!!!
     
  3. *sam*

    *sam* Well-Known Member

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    Hi Cat, I like all the names you have chosen.
    I really like the name James for a girl, that's the only none girly name I can think of.
    Actually, I like Emerson, you could use that for both aswell!
    xx
     
  4. Belle

    Belle Well-Known Member

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    Hello, I like Noah but it's getting v. popular so I prefer Finlay out of your two choices as it's a bit more unusual. I also like the suggestion that someone else made for a girl, Emmerson, I think that is really pretty - you'd just need to make sure that it doesn't get shortened to Emma as that isn't as pretty or as unusual. Emmerson sounds fab.

    Good luck - let us know what you decide to go with.
     
  5. melhoney

    melhoney Well-Known Member

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    I know a girl who's called jamie and I find it nice... I also like emerson, but it'll probably get shortened to either emma or emmy!
    Will keep on looking...

    take care
    mel xx
     
  6. *sam*

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    Hi Cat, just thought of another girl/boy name, what about Asher?????
    Good luck with choosing! Sam xx
     
  7. ToriElla

    ToriElla Well-Known Member

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    All of your names are really nice!!

    Some ideas for a girl: Toni, i like Jamie too, Jesse, Lea, Robin, Tia.
    will try and think of some more.
     
  8. -Cat-

    -Cat- Well-Known Member

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    Oh I have found another girls name I like now, Neala.
    Its pretty and unusual, what do you think, Maybe Neala Mae Scott?
     
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    ToriElla Well-Known Member

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    Neala is nice, i like Nola too which is similar :)
     
  10. hels

    hels Well-Known Member

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    Hi Cat....Love Finlay its lovely.
    neive is cool too....enjoy choosing.x
     

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