Boy/girl twins due March. Boy will be Leo, girl name suggestions?

(84 Posts)
bollocksthemess Wed 24-Nov-21 22:52:15

Last name begins with H so no H names.
Preferably no names beginning with L as it’s too twee to have them match.
We have or have had dogs called Rita, Audrey, Sophie and Jasmine so not them. Sophie is one of my all time favourite names, I should have thought ahead before I named the dog.
I’d prefer them not to be one of several in the class, and if it’s long, for it to have a nice nickname.
I love Imogen, Clara, Hannah but we’ve got them already in the family.
Help would be most welcome!

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jessilovesmarvel Wed 01-Dec-21 21:11:05

Daphne
Georgia
Scarlett
Samantha
Bethany
Ingrid
Gracie
Jade
Darcy
Phoebe
Josephine
Maisie
Claire
Vivian
Cora
Savannah
Cadence
Melody
Sydney
Penelope
Autumn
Esme
Evie
Felicity
Cassie
Jane

IWasFunBeforeMum Wed 01-Dec-21 20:23:56

I love Anna and Clemmie if we'd had a second girl.

RedRobin100 Wed 01-Dec-21 20:19:10

I know recent twins called Leo and Annie

MrsFoxyplease Wed 01-Dec-21 20:17:57

Madeleine

User135792468 Wed 01-Dec-21 20:13:32

Olivia and Leo sound nice. You can shorten to Livi if you want to as I think Livi and Leo sound lovely together.

DevonsFinest Wed 01-Dec-21 20:01:45

Emma is lovely too.

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MollysDolly Wed 01-Dec-21 20:00:16

foxgoosefinch

Leo and Romilly
Leo and Tamsin
Leo and Eleanor
Leo and Kitty
Leo and Emma

All of these

DevonsFinest Wed 01-Dec-21 19:58:38

Leo and Grace
Leo and Evie
Leo and Rose
Leo and Elizabeth

LadyMonicaBaddingham Wed 01-Dec-21 19:49:34

Constance (Connie)
Magda
Caroline (due a revival, imho)
Abigail

Hannah (I really like alliterative names)

Switch82 Wed 01-Dec-21 19:46:38

Eleanor
Clementine
Rose
Rosa
Nancy (this is my fave)

Leo & Nancy

HoundofHades Wed 01-Dec-21 19:44:41

Leo & Portia
Leo & Aurora (Rory, if you want a subtle theme that'll link them)

Although if you love the name of your dog so much you wish that you'd kept it for a daughter - I'm another saying just use it! My oldest is named after my childhood dog, and I don't regret "re-using" the name at all. Neither does my 25 year old, named for my dog, who is currently contemplating calling her daughter after her current cat!

Agirlcalledeaster Tue 30-Nov-21 20:20:08

EdgeOfACoin

Leo and Felicity.

Felicity is reminiscent of Felix/'feline' and keeps a subtle cat theme going.

Love this

HerRoyalHappiness Tue 30-Nov-21 20:19:51

Completely random but my first thought was Sarah.

Agirlcalledeaster Tue 30-Nov-21 20:19:47

Leo and Bella
Leo and Nancy
Leo and Iris

Agirlcalledeaster Tue 30-Nov-21 20:18:27

bollocksthemess

Cora and Phoebe can go on the shortlist! I like Genevieve but I’m not sure what it would shorten too?
I think if I called her Sophia I’d be forever wishing I’d just called her Sophie 😂

Loads of nn possibilitys Vi, Genny, Jinny, Eve

Agirlcalledeaster Tue 30-Nov-21 20:16:08

Daisy was the first name to come to mind

ThankYouStavros Tue 30-Nov-21 20:15:21

Francesca

Splashinginpuddles15 Tue 30-Nov-21 20:14:50

Leo and Chloe
Leo and Amy
Leo and Madeline

Isabellabasil Tue 30-Nov-21 10:32:55

Leo and Jess(ica)
Leo and Maxine
Leo and Stella
Leo and Emmaline
Leo and Tessa

EdgeOfACoin Tue 30-Nov-21 10:30:24

Leo and Felicity.

Felicity is reminiscent of Felix/'feline' and keeps a subtle cat theme going.

Bells3032 Tue 30-Nov-21 09:05:10

Leo and Maia?

daisypond Tue 30-Nov-21 09:04:02

Katherine (Kitty).
Tabitha (Tabby).

Honestly, use Sophie if you really like it. I know someone whose cat and husband are called the same name. It’s fine.

Theoldwoman Tue 30-Nov-21 00:02:08

Leo and Amelia
Leo and Zara
Leo and Martha
Leo and Genevieve
Leo and Kate
Leo and Juliet

hopingforabrighterfuture2021 Mon 29-Nov-21 23:59:48

Leo and Orla
Leo and Zoe
Leo and Penelope
Leo and Cecily
Leo and Esme
Leo and Sara
Leo and Mila
Leo and Thea
Leo and Imogen
Leo and Ava

Driposaurus Sun 28-Nov-21 06:13:50

If you can’t use Hannah but love it, what about Anna?

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