PiK
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PiK asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 5 years ago

Trying to come up with an awesome girl's name without repeating names from a large family. HELP!!!?

Hubby and I are trying to come up with an awesome name for our baby due in October. I am very against repeating the first name of anyone living in our family, at least as a first name, and I come from a large extended family. His family is smaller, but they add even more names to our NO list. We are looking for something not so unusual that people will look at the name strangely; we're more into old fashioned or classic names.

Here are the lists of NO's:

Girls:

Patricia

Megan

Hailey

Lindsey

Montana

Tandy

Cristene (Tina)

Mya

Dara

Michelle

Margaret

Jeanne

Pamela

Penny

Nicole

Kaleigh

Dorothy

Theresa

Jocelyn

Terri

Emilee

Courtney

Allison

Cynthia

Joy

Sarah

Meredith

Madelyn

Evelyn

Nancy

Colleen

Kelley

Erin

Mackenzie

Sophie

Addison

Joan

Marie

Gillian

April

Loretta

Ann

Jessica

Donna

Kimberly

Judith

Brittany

Jennifer

Starla

Any suggestions for the perfect girl's name to fit with our family?

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  • Anna
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    Harper

    Sloane

    Thora

    Florence

    Saskia

    Thomasina

    Alaska

    Mirette

    Sage

    Adele

    Twyla

    Willow

    Summer

    Magnolia

    Vivian

    Harriet

    Violet

    Imogen

    Genevieve

    Sybil

    Anoushka

    Fleur

    Tabitha

    Maisy

    Flora

    Eloise

    Aspen

    Tempest

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Eileen

    Amelia

    Alexandra

    Amanda

    Catherine

    Elizabeth

    Isabel

    Danielle

    Grace

    Tessa

    Jenna

    Georgette/Georgina

    Virginia

    Valerie

    Stephanie

    Marlene

    Arlene

    Ariana

    Celeste

    Cecelia

    Maura

    Heidi

    Briana

    Audrina

  • 5 years ago

    Samantha

    Lilly

    Paige

    Rose

    Elliot

    Amber Lynn

    Stella

    Yvette

    Daisy

    Gwen

  • 5 years ago

    Charlotte

    Scarlett

    Diana

    Julianna

    Briella

    Anna

    Josefina

    Isabella

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    I am the same way you are. I come from a large family and when and if the time comes I don't my child to have the same first names as someone else in the family. There are already repeaters in my family.

    Here are some of my personal favorite

    Cecily

    Cecilia

    Celia

    Felicity

    Anna - though similar to Ann

    Nora or Norah

    Andrea

    Emilia - though similar to Emilee

    Eloise

    Laura

    Caroline

    Victoria

    Fiona

    Evelina - though similar to Evelyn

    Alice

    Amelia

    Brenna

    Greer

    Gwendolyn

    Gwyneth

    Kathleen

    Valerie

    Charlotte

  • Sarah
    Lv 5
    5 years ago

    I'm exactly the same. Don't like using names that are already in the family, there are a few doubles already!

    Names I love:

    Chloe Samantha (my daughter)

    Elena Hope

    Alyssa Mae

    Amara Faith

    Piper Leigh

    Aria Brooke

    Winter Rain

    Buffy Isabella

    Isla Harmony

    Melody Beth

    Quinn Rebekah

  • 5 years ago

    Here are some names you might like!

    Alice

    Anaise (Ah-Nai-Is)

    Anna (similar to Ann)

    Anya (Arn-ya)

    Aurora

    Avalon

    Bianca

    Bonnie

    Camilla

    Cecilly

    Clara

    Clarice

    Clementine (Clem-en-tyne)

    Diana

    Eden

    Elise

    Erika

    Fionna

    Genevieve

    Imogen

    Juliet

    Katherine

    Lauren

    Lissette

    Louisa

    Naomi

    Olivia

    Rebecca

    Rosalind

    Rowena

    Sally

    Serena

    Tania

    Vivienne

  • 5 years ago

    Julie

    Sable

    Sabrina

    Arora

    Ellen

    Elena

    Esme

    Celeste

  • 5 years ago

    Eliana MiKayla

    Victoria Abriana

    Savanah Bailey

  • Linda
    Lv 7
    5 years ago

    Stella, Lydia, Autumn, Natalie, Anna,

    Celia, Candace, Brooke, Claire

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