Rosa Lily

(22 Posts)
anicecuppatea Tue 26-Mar-13 20:19:30

Thoughts please! What sort of girl is 'Rosa Lily'?

Gimmeechocolate Tue 26-Mar-13 20:24:21

Lovely name. I imagine a very pretty little girl smile

farmersdaughter Tue 26-Mar-13 20:34:46

Very pretty.

Rtfairy Tue 26-Mar-13 21:32:58

I think its lovely

thezebrawearspurple Tue 26-Mar-13 21:55:36

Pretty, girly, feminine.

Rosa Tue 26-Mar-13 21:57:24

Wonderful..... smile

simplesusan Tue 26-Mar-13 22:00:58

Very studious. Likes nature, has a cat. Enjoys craft activities too.
As an adult lives in a cottage with a garden.

OkayHazel Wed 27-Mar-13 00:52:57

One of 12 in her class. Rose and Lily are super common atm.

CandlestickOlder Wed 27-Mar-13 01:13:48

Lily would be the middle name? As opposed to it being one name iyswim

Rosa could be a prime minister. Rosa Lily, not so much

getmeoutofthismadhouse Wed 27-Mar-13 01:15:50

Beautiful.
My dd is Georgia Lily Its a pretty name smile

raisah Wed 27-Mar-13 02:16:08

Lovely, pretty name for à lovely, pretty and sensitive girl.

Selks Wed 27-Mar-13 02:28:26

Too flowery, sorry. Like the name Rosa on it's own though.

MidnightMasquerader Wed 27-Mar-13 02:28:27

It's nice.

Every other girls has one of those names, either first or middle, so it's not unusual. Feminine, girly names have been very popular for a while now.

I think two floral names together is a bit much, sorry.

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Thu 28-Mar-13 13:29:43

I'd probably say, one name not both, not that they aren't lovely.

Maybe Rosa Lillian or Rosa Lilah instead?

Beautiful. I like Lily Rose too...

Ye Shepherds tell me, tell me have you seen, have you seen my Flora pass this way? In shape and feature beauty’s queen. In pastoral, in pastoral array.

Shepherds tell me, tell me have you seen, have you seen my Flora pass this way? Have you seen, tell me Shepherds have you seen, tell me have you seen my Flora pass this way.

A wreath around her head, around her head she wore carnation, lily, lily, rose ; and in her hand a crook she bore, and sweets her breath compose.

Shepherds tell me, tell me have you seen, have you seen my Flora pass this way? Have you seen, tell me Shepherds have you seen, tell me have you seen my Flora pass this way.

The beauteous, the beauteous wreath that decks, that decks her head, forms her description, her description true. Hands lily white, lips crimson red, and cheeks of rosy, rosy hue. - Joseph Mazzinghi (1765-1844)

nectarini1983 Fri 29-Mar-13 09:23:29

Not fussed on the double flower power .....too much imo! And both names v popular too.

NotTreadingGrapes Fri 29-Mar-13 09:29:07

What if she is a great galumphing tomboy?

Rosa is very much now and faddy. And trying-to-be-different-to-Rose.

Lily is just a default name. (think May and Rose, although Rose as a first name is sadly underused)

I like Rose as a first name, very much. But wouldn't put it with another flower name, and especially not Lily which (apart from being ubiquitous) sounds drippy.

simplesusan Fri 29-Mar-13 14:58:06

I don't think Rosa is that common to be honest. I only know 1 Rosa and she will be a teenager now.

baskingseals Fri 29-Mar-13 16:24:26

i think Rosa Lilian flows better.

or perhaps Lily Rose/a

Frikadellen Fri 29-Mar-13 19:19:11

to much for my taste but I do like Rosa as a name Lily has just got to used for my liking.

What about Rosalia?

sleeplessinderbyshire Sun 31-Mar-13 10:14:23

What about Rosalie as first name with a different middle name? Have to admit I don't like lily at all and it is very common at the moment

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