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What first name to go with these middle ones

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Effy1990 Sun 01-Jan-17 18:22:16

I don't know what I am having but know what the middle names they are going to have and am looking for 1st names which go with them. I like traditional names like Alexander and Charlotte but none of them seem to 'go' with the middle names I want.

The middle names are:
Terrence Earnest
and
Edna Ann

These names are important to me as they come from our grandparents.

kimlo Sun 01-Jan-17 18:34:38

William and Sophie

Glitterous Sun 01-Jan-17 18:38:16

Penelope
Emily

David
Frederick

Effy1990 Sun 01-Jan-17 18:42:39

I like William and Frederick, not keen on David.

I like Penny but not Penelope, are there any other girls names which Penny can be a nickname of?

Due to close family and friends can't have Emily or Sophie.

Aquamarine1029 Sun 01-Jan-17 19:10:07

Hudson

Madeline

Awwlookatmybabyspider Sun 01-Jan-17 20:40:18

Oliver Terrence Earnest
Arthur Terrence Earnest
Daniel Terrence Earnest
Joseph Terrence Earnest

Lucy Edna Ann
Tilly Edna Ann
Darcy Edna Ann
Poppy Edna Ann
Lily Edna Ann
Rose Edna Ann
Katie Edna Ann
Mary Edna Ann
Isabelle Edna Ann

1horatio Sun 01-Jan-17 20:51:10

I second Frederik! smile
Thomas, Basil, Raoul, James, Julius, Henry.

Georgina, Amadea, Millicent, Rose, Philippa, Josephine, Emma.

1horatio Sun 01-Jan-17 20:52:15

Sorry, scratch Emma. That doesn't work with Edna.

What about Flora? Or maybe Genevieve, Leonie, Leontine?

Awwlookatmybabyspider Sun 01-Jan-17 20:55:54

Florence Edna Ann
Elizabeth Edna Ann

Effy1990 Sun 01-Jan-17 21:13:56

Thank you everyone, I've got some more names to add to the list and maybe we will be able to agree on one.

1horatio Sun 01-Jan-17 21:24:09

Btw:

I guess Penny could also stand for Penrose, Penina, Giuseppina or Perrine? Or maybe Aspen? Or Perenelle? Peonia? Peony?

Or maybe Millicent? Because cent -> Penny? 😅

But I personally really like Penelope smile

Katkin14 Sun 01-Jan-17 22:14:14

What about Earnest as a first name? With Ernie as a nn?

Katkin14 Sun 01-Jan-17 22:15:10

And Annie Edna.

Sophronia Sun 01-Jan-17 23:46:05

Benjamin Terrence Earnest
Daniel Terrence Earnest
George Terrence Earnest
Isaac Terrence Earnest
Matthew Terrence Earnest

ViewBasket Mon 02-Jan-17 00:13:40

John Terrence Earnest
Edwin Terrence Earnest
Nathaniel Terrence Earnest
Charles Terrence Earnest
Samuel Terrence Earnest

Victoria Edna Ann
Miriam Edna Ann
Beatrice Edna Ann
Catherine Edna Ann
Felicity Edna Ann

KanyeWesticle Mon 02-Jan-17 00:21:49

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Does it have to be 2 middles?What about Earnest Terrence, or Annabel Edna?

DramaAlpaca Mon 02-Jan-17 00:24:59

Lots of good suggestions for first names above.

But without wanting to upset anyone can I politely suggest you check the spelling of the boys' names. It would be such a shame to call your child after a grandparent but have the name spelled incorrectly.

The usual spelling in the UK is Terence. Terrence is a variant, though used much more rarely.

Earnest, however, is not a name, it's an adjective meaning serious or determined.

The name is spelled Ernest.

Hope you find something lovely to go with them.

buttercup54321 Mon 02-Jan-17 00:29:29

Robert and Elizabeth. William and Sophie. John and Catherine.

buttercup54321 Mon 02-Jan-17 00:30:33

Just reread and saw you cant have Sophie. What about Rebecca?

mathanxiety Mon 02-Jan-17 08:12:39

Mirabel Edna Ann
Jennifer Edna Ann
Cecily Edna Ann
Juliet Edna Ann
Abigail Edna Ann
Audrey Edna Ann
Rosalie Edna Ann
Felicity Edna Ann
Harriet Edna Ann

Richard Terence Ernest
Stanley Terence Ernest
Samuel Terence Ernest
Albert Terence Ernest
Anthony Terence Ernest
Austin Terence Ernest
Marshall Terence Ernest
Fraser Terence Ernest
Patrick Terence Ernest

Sugarpiehoneyeye Mon 02-Jan-17 13:03:48

Simon Terence Earnest
Jonathan Terence Earnest
Dylan Terence Earnest
Josephine Edna Ann
Darcy Edna Ann
Kathryn Edna Ann

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