My DH has had someone research his family tree back to 1629. I decided to look through and have made a list of the names, some have mn included, as they are on the family tree. I have not been able to include them all - but here are my favourites
I would like your opinions on the nicest name and then what goes with siblings Charlie and Tilly (not worried if they don't have 'ee' ending)
gooroo - pallascat - ch1134 - I love so many on the list, but Aida really seems to be sticking out the most to me.
My question is how would you pronounce it? And then which do you prefer?
I thought it was Ada with an added i. But after researching it, it can be pr Ida (eye - dah) or eye - ee- da. I think maybe if I was to go with Aida I would choose to spell it Ada, to save having to correct the mispronunciation.
I wanted to use my mums name Amanda as a mn, but if we use Ada could I say that it is a variation of her name. take away the 'man' and your left with Ada?? AmanDA
I know it's a stretch but my mum would love that
Ada means Noble, nobility (on nameberry) but on 'behind the name' name web Ada also means: adorned, beautiful. (a Aida means happy (on NB) and on BTN it means returning visitor.
I want a special meaning for 3rd baby, as I have miscarried twice since TTC in the last 7 months.
I have an Eliza and a Josephine. One of them also has Dorothy as a middle name. I've had nothing but compliments for them. They are also easy to pronounce and hard to confuse - you say what you see. So they'd be my picks