Talk

Advanced search

Middle name for Rosa

(9 Posts)
impatientlywaiting Sun 26-Jul-15 23:37:41

Only 16 weeks pregnant, but had our gender scan yesterday and it's a girl.

Rosa is front runner I think, but not sure what middle name would be good with it. Does anyone have any suggestions?

LondonRocks Sun 26-Jul-15 23:44:00

Lucy

Congrats flowers

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Sun 26-Jul-15 23:49:38

Oh. Congratulations. Stick with Rosa. It's gorgeous elegant and very underused.
Now for a middle name.
Rosa Leanne
Rosa Jane
Rosa Belle
Rosa Marie
Rosa Beth
Rosa Mae
Rosa Louise
Rosa Naomi

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Sun 26-Jul-15 23:55:14

Rosa Grace
Rosa Kate
Rosa Jean

Sophronia Mon 27-Jul-15 01:09:24

Rosa Caroline
Rosa Penelope
Rosa Catherine
Rosa Molly
Rosa Vivienne
Rosa Phoebe
Rosa Clementine
Rosa Beatrice
Rosa Elizabeth
Rosa Bridget
Rosa Gabrielle
Rosa Pearl
Rosa Beatrix
Rosa Charlotte
Rosa Emily
Rosa Katherine
Rosa Eleanor
Rosa Dorothy
Rosa Helen
Rosa Felicity
Rosa Evelyn
Rosa Emmeline
Rosa Tamsin
Rosa Florence
Rosa Constance
Rosa Frances
Rosa Harriet
Rosa Imogen
Rosa Juliet
Rosa Edith
Rosa Jennifer
Rosa Lorelei
Rosa Marianne
Rosa Alice
Rosa Margot
Rosa Genevieve
Rosa Madeleine
Rosa June
Rosa Margaret
Rosa Abigail
Rosa Caitlin
Rosa Miriam
Rosa Isobel
Rosa Elise

Quasilulu Mon 27-Jul-15 01:16:05

Sophronia suggested Pearl. I second it. Rosa Pearl is sooooo pretty xx

Yarp Mon 27-Jul-15 08:01:42

I am going to say that I don't understand middle names having to go with first names, unless you are going to double barrel and say them together (please, in that case, not May/Mae).

I would choose something meaningful to you , like an admired friend/relative/author etc. Not something that sounds ridiculous together - like Rosa Marigold, but something meaningful.

IMO

MamaLazarou Mon 27-Jul-15 08:45:51

Oh yes: Rosa Pearl! Or Rosa Leigh. I think one syllable is the way.

Rosa Leanne? Seriously? Way to ruin a beautiful name.

ExcitedlyExpecting Mon 27-Jul-15 21:17:43

congratulations! agree that one syllable sounds nice with Rosa... how about Rosa Jayne, I think that sounds very pretty, or Rosa Jean.

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now