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Ilovechocolate111 Sat 14-Oct-17 17:26:08

We love old names. And my husband has decided if we have another girl she will be called Silver after his nana he was very close to her growing up but she passed away a few years ago.
Can anyone think of a middle name that goes with silver?
And can anyone think of any old fashioned boys first and middle name?
Tia x

moomintrollz Sat 14-Oct-17 17:30:37

Silver Rose
Silver Elizabeth
Silver Lilly
Silver May
Silver Ruby

Ilovechocolate111 Sat 14-Oct-17 17:35:48

I said silver rose and dh Said you cant have a silver rose but a gold rose lol. But i do like silver Lilly but dh Said it sounds to much like tiger Lilly off Peter pan. I cant win with him lol xsmile

Ilovechocolate111 Sat 14-Oct-17 17:37:15

As I'm 5 weeks pregnant I would be due in June. Would silver June sound weird x

Chaffinch4 Sat 14-Oct-17 17:40:25

I'd avoid another word name, if I was you. Otherwise Silver sounds like it's describing whatever comes next!

Threeandabit Sat 14-Oct-17 17:50:19

Silver Matilda
Silver Anastasia
Silver Charlotte
Silver Saskia

Silver Romilly
Silver Marilyn
Silver Genevieve
Silver Madeleine

Silver Victoria
Silver Felicity
Silver Savannah
Silver Emily

Silver Veronica
Silver Natalie
Silver Monica
Silver Vita

Hushabyelullaby Sat 14-Oct-17 17:52:27

Personally I think a one syllable name works well;
Bette
Bea
Joy
Hope
Gwen
Jean
Bree
Flo
Dot
Ruth
Val
Nell
June
Meg
Lynne
Paige
Fleur
Joan
Anne
Pearl

Other suggestions;
Olive
Alice
Violet
Ivy
Maisie
Reene
Eileen
Ida
Margaret
Minnie
Bridget
Eloise
Cora

Threeandabit Sat 14-Oct-17 18:04:14

Old fashioned boys' name options: -

Ron
Stanley
Alfie

Lennard
Arnie
Reggie

Albert
Fenton
Emmett

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 14-Oct-17 19:26:58

Silver Eloise is nice.

Raymond
Sidney
Neville

Ilovechocolate111 Sat 14-Oct-17 22:11:18

I'm liking silver Eloise. My middle name is Louise kinda rhymes grin

nodogsinthebedroom Sat 14-Oct-17 23:30:43

Silver Elizabeth and Silver Eloise both sound good.

Or would you consider Sylvia or Sylvie instead of Silver?

For boys:
Albert John
Peter James
Vincent Peter
Arthur Charles
Robert Joseph

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sat 14-Oct-17 23:33:59

Seriously?

Smoliver Sun 15-Oct-17 00:08:32

Silver June would work smile

Also...
Silver Grace
Silver Hope
Silver Willow
Silver Juniper
Silver Fern
Silver Joy
Silver Primrose
Silver Lorelei
Silver Amaryllis (Amaryllis means "to sparkle" so thought that would be cute with Silver) smile

As for boys name ideas there's:
Sylvester (still be honouring your husband's Grandmother)
Peter
Samuel
Walter
Wilfred
Winston
Albert
David
Philip

LittleHearts Sun 15-Oct-17 17:42:02

Silver Geraldine
Silver Georgina

manicinsomniac Sun 15-Oct-17 23:57:19

Silver is surprisingly difficult to get a middle name where it doesn't end up sounding like you are describing the middle name or naming a variant of it (like a type of plant, melon, bird etc)

It's a very pretty name though. And I don't think the middle matters too much. You wouldn't say them together that much.

Silver Elise
Silver Elaine
Silver Joy

Boys (these are apparently popular Victorian names):
Arnold, Augustus, Baxter, Bram, Cassius, Clarence, Edgar, Edwin, Elmer, Everett, Floyd, Franklin, Grover, Hugh, Ives, Joules, Larkin, Luther, Otto, Phineas, Silas, Tesla, Wellington

Ilovechocolate111 Tue 17-Oct-17 22:02:42

Me and hubby love this name SILVER ELLA-ROSE. What you guys think xx

Ilovechocolate111 Tue 17-Oct-17 22:07:22

SILVER LILLY MAE
SILVER LILY ROSE
SILVER ELLIE MAY
SILVER ELLA ROSE

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Tue 17-Oct-17 22:34:14

I don't like any of those tbh, sorry.

Weedsnseeds1 Wed 18-Oct-17 09:45:53

Silver Ella sound all one word, like Cinderella.

Ilovechocolate111 Wed 18-Oct-17 11:29:03

I thought that myself. Lol I think silver Ella is gone lol x

Buntysoven Wed 18-Oct-17 23:01:48

Silver Eloise is sooo pretty

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 18-Oct-17 23:03:59

If you live in south London it'll sound dreadful with a strong accent- something to bear in mind.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 18-Oct-17 23:05:04

I think I might've just won an award for the snobbiest post on MN wink

RidingWindhorses Wed 18-Oct-17 23:14:22

I'm from S London, I knew what you meant.

Si'vaaah

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 18-Oct-17 23:16:31

Yesgrin

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