Olivia or Arla

(16 Posts)
mamanicki Wed 16-Mar-16 22:12:34

Really need some help with a name for our baby girl due in a few weeks. Please let me know thoughts on these options:
Olivia arla
Arla Olivia
Olivia Mae
Arla Mae
Olivia Mae Arla

Thank you!

Pinkheart5915 Wed 16-Mar-16 22:15:30

I like Olivia Mae best think it's a pretty name

Sgoinneal Wed 16-Mar-16 22:20:49

Olivia Mae.

Any combination of Olivia and Arla is really hard to say.

You might like Orla?

BeaufortBelle Wed 16-Mar-16 22:20:59

Arla = a white and green milk lorry

Www.arlafoods.co.uk

Please call her Olivia

Teaandcakeat8 Wed 16-Mar-16 22:23:17

Yes Arla is a reasonably well known manufacturer of dairy products (think Cravendale). I've never heard it used as a name.

RedToothBrush Wed 16-Mar-16 22:28:23

Milk brand was my first thought.

IoraRua Wed 16-Mar-16 22:29:53

Orla!
Olivia is fine but a bit dull
Arla - grand but much prefer Orla (or you can spell it Orlaith)

mrsschu Wed 16-Mar-16 22:47:10

Olivia. Not too keen on any of the middle name suggestions.

RockUnit Wed 16-Mar-16 23:01:54

Olivia Mae

Olbersparadox Wed 16-Mar-16 23:05:10

Yeah, Arla = milk/ dairy products company
Olivia is way better

Alisvolatpropiis Wed 16-Mar-16 23:19:34

Is Arla is a dairy producer/company. Lara is nice though.

Olivia is alright.

Sophronia Wed 16-Mar-16 23:22:47

Olivia Mae

WelliesTheyAreWonderful Wed 16-Mar-16 23:48:09

I thought milk producer too. So Olivia Mae, but I prefer Olivia May.

mamanicki Thu 17-Mar-16 07:00:55

Hmm...I think we're pretty set on Olivia being in there as the name is quite sentimental to us for other reasons, but we were trying to think of more unique middle names as Olivia is very common at the moment. Any suggestions?

dayslikethis Thu 17-Mar-16 07:18:00

Mae is pretty common as a middle or tag-on name at the minute.

How about...
Olivia Hope
Olivia Megan
Olivia Meredith
Olivia Josephine
Olivia Faith

manicinsomniac Thu 17-Mar-16 10:08:20

I've never heard of Arla before. Where does it come from?

I quite like it I think but much prefer the similar Ayla, Anya, Aria and Mala.

Agree that Olivia and Arla don't scan very well but don't think that matters much - people don't often say them together.

I'd probably go with Arla Olivia over Olivia Arla

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