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Juno Zelda Vera

(20 Posts)
JanuaryJuniper Fri 17-Feb-17 21:58:31

Do you think the two "a" ending middle names are too much? (Vera is after my Mom, her full name is obviously Veronica but "whispers" I don't like it blush) I like that Vera is shorter as I don't like names with more than three syllables but preferably one or two!!

Other ideas we are tossing around...

Juno Vera Wren
Juno Greta Vera
Juno Polly Vera
Juno Cecily Vera
Juno Vera Clementine
Juno Vera Fleur
Juno Indie Vera or Juno Vera Indie

Dd is Aphra Birdie Scout & ds is Eli Anthony grin

Oh and btw I'm not necessarily looking for opinions on Juno we know we love it and it's definitely a top contender if this dc is a dd!

JanuaryJuniper Fri 17-Feb-17 21:59:46

Just realised I'm totally outing myself there but don't care grin I only post about baby names and previous fertility issues!

whirliebird Fri 17-Feb-17 22:21:08

I love Juno Vera Wren x

Singingforsanity Fri 17-Feb-17 22:23:38

I like Juno Vera Fleur but there's also something lovely about Wren smile

Brollsdolls Fri 17-Feb-17 22:24:00

Juno Greta Vera

JanuaryJuniper Fri 17-Feb-17 22:24:51

Yes Juno Vera Wren probably has the best "flow" out of all of them.

This will 100% definitely be our last dc so I really want the name to be perfect (to us) smile

GertrudeBelle Fri 17-Feb-17 22:25:25

Juno Cecily Vera or Juno Clementine Vera are lovely. They scan better - the additional syllable in the second name helps it to flow better imo.

JanuaryJuniper Fri 17-Feb-17 22:25:44

I have a feeling there is not going to be any general consensus here wink

Sophronia Fri 17-Feb-17 23:53:40

I like Juno Cecily Vera.

sycamore54321 Sat 18-Feb-17 02:35:34

It's a heck of a mouthful alright. It's less the two -a sounds that don't flow - it's more the fact each word is two syllables with a broad vowel at the end. It also creates a very unusual set of initials. The names all seem hugely different in style to me and that makes a flow much harder. Do you need a third name, could Juno Vera suffice?

JujuMonster Sat 18-Feb-17 06:07:43

Juno Vera wren gets my vote as I think it flows better.

I have a Juno, great name grin

Jooni Sat 18-Feb-17 07:30:02

Ha, I have a Juno too <waves> grin

I vote Juno Vera Wren too, second choice Juno Cecily Vera.

Ikeameatballs Sat 18-Feb-17 07:33:52

Agree with sycamore, as it stands it's a tricky combination.

Juno Vera Wren works best from your list though I actually think Juno Veronica sounds better.

Garnethair Sat 18-Feb-17 07:36:24

Two names are sufficient

JanuaryJuniper Sat 18-Feb-17 09:27:03

"Two names are sufficient" maybe for you but not for me I'm a more is more sorta girl there will definitely be first name with two middles grin

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 18-Feb-17 09:38:11

Juno Vera Wren.

Ordinarily Sat 18-Feb-17 09:38:25

Juno Vera Clementine would be lovely.

NeepNeepNeep Sat 18-Feb-17 09:40:15

What about Mary? I think it's time for a revival

PovertyJetset Sat 18-Feb-17 09:40:37

Middle names don't even matter! They never get used or rarely said!


JanuaryJuniper Sat 18-Feb-17 11:11:11

Poverty they matter to me it's irrelevant to me whether or not you think they don't matter, ta anyway wink

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