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fidelmaofcashel Thu 02-Jun-11 19:41:01

trying to think of names that might go on a shortlist

at the moment after lurking on baby names for a while i quite like felicity and bella /belle which do you like best and why .

also eira but we have no welsh connections

dh likes nicola , barbara and pamela but they are not to my taste

pilates Thu 02-Jun-11 20:55:03

Your DH does have unusual taste.

I think Felicity is the best name because it will be suit a girl and woman.

Bella/Belle is a bit girly and princessy.

The other ones are just awful, sorry.

fidelmaofcashel Thu 02-Jun-11 21:00:59

tell me about it . i,m not sure whether there the names he grew up with or whether he's just trying to wind me up . the latter i think . i'm just waiting for him to suggest sharon and tracey as middle names.

smother Thu 02-Jun-11 21:55:15

what about: felicity cecily arabella keira. that sounds just perfect!

fidelmaofcashel Fri 03-Jun-11 08:51:51

definitely not arabella or cecily loathe these way to snotty for my taste and keira with a k is yuck

trying to find someting in the same vein as pamela or barbara but yet more modern . felicity seemed to fit that bill but i'm not overly keen on attribute names .

BlueChampagne Fri 03-Jun-11 13:41:50

Would Nicole be a more modern take - or forever Renault? Otherwise, how about:

Belinda (NN Belle or Bella)

squeak2392 Fri 03-Jun-11 20:09:13

Nicole is worse than Nicola imo.

Felicity and Bella are lovely.
Don't like Belle or Barbara, but the others are fine, if a little dated (although Pamela is a distant consideration of my own.

Italiangreyhound Sun 05-Jun-11 01:49:11

Like Felicity and Belle a lot.

Italiangreyhound Sun 05-Jun-11 01:49:36

Sorry, meant Felicity Belle together.

Edmundo Sun 05-Jun-11 13:29:03

smother - I was thinking the same thing.

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