I have a beautiful daughter named Mia Isabella, and i was just wondering which of these names you think sounds the nicest with her name. Also, if you could rate and or comment on each name, that would be great
TIA!14 AnswersBaby Names6 years ago
Im not currently pregnant but I have been throwing a few names around in my head lately and would just like some opinions on them.
Of course, when i do have another child the name will have to go nicely with my daughters name, Mia Isabella. So what do you think of my names and which one goes the best woth my daughters name?5 AnswersBaby Names6 years ago
Im not currently pregnant but I have been throwing a few names around in my head lately, and I just wanted some opinions on a few of my favorites.
Of course, when I do have another child, the name will have to go nicely with my daughters name, Mia Isabella. So what do you think of the names, and which one sounds nice with my daughters name?1 AnswerBaby Names6 years ago
I asked this question a little while ago but I guess it was just too long.
I am trying to decide between the names Mason Jose & Carter Jose for a future son. My husband & I have already chosen the name Roman Douglas for our first son and the two Im stuck between would be for the second. The middle names are family names. So which one sounds better with Jose & which goes better with Roman?
Also, a few others Id like opinions on:
Anthony John- My husband is John Anthony.
Julian Carter &
Thank you :)5 AnswersBaby Names7 years ago
So right now I am trying to decide between two boys names, Mason & Carter. The middle name is definitely set in stone as Jose, after my husbands dad. A week ago, I would have said Mason, no question, but now Im starting to lean more towards Carter. I love them both & I think they sound equally beautiful with Jose. Also, he pronounces his name with more of an S sound, so its ho-say as opposed to ho-zay.
My husband & I are really wanting to use as many family names as possible, so the name of our first born son is going to be Roman Douglas, after my dad Doug. This name is definitely staying, but I would like to know how others feel about this, in addition to which name you think goes best with Jose.
A few other names Im wondering about are:
Anthony John- My husband is John Anthony.
Liam Anthony/Thomas- Which one sounds better?
Casey John- I know a lot of people think of this as a girls name but for my husband & I both it is completely a boys name. So what do you guys think of these three also?
And one more thing, if you guys could give me some suggestions for some other family names I would love to use, that would be wonderful. Here are the names Id like to incorporate into future sons names:
Joseph- My brother-in-laws second name.
Steven- My dads middle name.
Elmer- My late grandpas name.
Keith- The name of a baby boy twin my mom lost years ago.
Ryan- My late ex brother-in-laws name.
John & Anthony.
I apologize for this being such a lengthy question but Id rather get it all out at once as opposed to asking three of four smaller ones :) So please dont just see all the writting & move on. I would really love as much feedback as possible. It will be so helpful to me :) Thank you so much.
The name Im wondering about is Amihan, pronounced uh-MEE-han. It is a Filipino name which honours my husbands beautiful heritage. I searched for a long time to find a name from his heritage that we both loved and this was the only one. We are absolutely in love with it. And I know some people will say it could cause some confusion with the pronunciation but first of all, we plan on using the nickname Mia for her, and my husband & his family are right from the Phillipines so, they are familiar with this name. So my question isnt so much what you think of the name, because we are most definitely using it, but its more so of the middle name we have paired with it. Originally I wanted Racquel, to honour my sister Jasmines middle name but my husband John instantly dismissed it. So then I came up with Daniela for a few reasons. First, it honours my Polish heritage & also it honours my niece, whose name is Danika. So which middle name do you guys think sounds better? Thank you in advance. Any opinions will be so helpful :)
Amihan Daniela. The first name is pronounced uh-MEE-han. It is a Filipino name, it means Monsoon, which honours my husbands, and obviously future childrens, beautiful heritage. I looked for a long time to find a Filipino name that I loved & this was the only one he & I agreed on. We are 100% set on it for our first daughter. We would plan to use the nickname Mia. And Daniela honours my Polish heritage. So my question first of all is what do you think of the name Amihan? And what do you think of the combo? Does it flow? And also, do you think Racquel would be a better middle name? Ive been going back & fourth. I would like to use it because it is my sister Jasmines middle name but my husband John really doesnt like it, & I cant understand why. He just says he doesnt. So, what are your guys' thoughs & opinions? Thanks in advance for any & all advice :)7 AnswersBaby Names7 years ago
This is pretty much the only name me & my husband can agree on. We both want to have Anthony somewhere in a future sons name as its my husbands second name. Im not 100% sold on it though because Im not sure of the flow. What do you guys think?10 AnswersBaby Names7 years ago
What do you guys think of these three names together for sisters?
Alessia, Giana & Sienna
Alessia, Giana & Maria.
I pronounced Giana as Gee-aw-na & Alessia is said as uh-less-ia, as opposed to uh-lee-see-ah.
So what do you think of all four names & which third name do you prefer, Sienna or Maria? Which one fits with the Italian theme and feel better in your opinion? Do you like each name individually & how do they sound together as a sibling set?
Also, if you have any other suggestions for the third name, as well as possible middle names for all four that I already have, that would be wonderful.
Thanks so much in advance :)
My husbands name is John Anthony, and I absolutely adore the name Anthony John. So thats my first question, what do you think of just kind of switching the names around? Would that be an ok way of honouring my husband? And that do you think of the name, just on its own?
My next question is, what do you guys think of the name Vaughn, in general, and as a possible variation of John? I dont like the idea of Juniors. No disrespect at all to parents who make that choice, its just not for me. And plus, I think John Jr sounds strange. So would Vaughn be obvious enough to be used as a replacement of sorts for John?
Thanks in advance :)4 AnswersBaby Names7 years ago
What are some names, both for boys & girls, that you love but you dont like the common nickname, and vice versa: some common nicknames you like but not the full name that it belongs to?
Some of mine:
Alexandra- Alex & Lexi.
Isabella- Izzy. I do like Issa though.
Victoria- Vicky & Tori.
Adeline & Adelaide- Addy.
Anneliese- Anna. Anne, Annie & Lissy are cute though.
Emmeline- Emma but I love Emmy
Cecilia- Cece & Lia
Elizabeth- Eliza & Beth. I like Lizzie though
Daniel- Dan or Danny.
Thomas- Tom or Tommy.
Charlie- Charles5 AnswersBaby Names7 years ago
Roscoe Blake, Avery Quinn, Chloe Brook & Sophie Marie.
Do they sound ok in terms of flow & balance with the first & middle? And also, how do each of them sound with the name Chase Lucas? So it would be either
Chase Lucas & Roscoe Blake
Chase Lucas & Avery Quinn/Shea- Which one sounds better?
Chase Lucas & Chloe Brooke
Chase Lucas & Sophie Marie.
I am 100% on the middle names so, if you have any suggestions, please only give them for first names.
Thanks in advance :)
Its pronounced uh-MEE-hahn, emphasis on the "mee" and the last syllable is said as HAN as opposed to HAWN. Ive just recently fallen in love with this name. It is of Filipino origin & means Monsoon. My husband is Filipino, right from the Philipines so I wanted to find a name that we both loved to honour his, and our future childrens wonderful heritage. If you think its weird or ugly then please dont common. Like I said I love this name and Im fast becoming really attatched to it but I wanted some objective, unbiased opinions. If we did use this name, we would most likely call her Mia for short. So thoughts and comments? Try to set aside the fact that most of you have probably never heard it before and it may be kind of alien to you. As I said, my husband and his family are Filipino so it wont be a weird name for them.
Also, Im having a really hard time finding a fitting middle name that stands up to the beauty of this name. So far Ive come up with
Amihan Marie & Amihan Racquel. Which one do you prefer, or can you give me some suggestions?
One last question: What do you think of these three names?:
Thanks in advance! :)6 AnswersBaby Names7 years ago