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how bout Eloise Sophia ???

(16 Posts)
jchandler Fri 15-Aug-08 22:33:32

What do you think, for a little girl?

LynetteScavo Fri 15-Aug-08 22:39:19

smile

LynetteScavo Fri 15-Aug-08 22:39:39

It would be rubbish for a boy, though.

cadelaide Fri 15-Aug-08 22:47:01

lynette grin

pretty. I like it.

cthea Fri 15-Aug-08 22:49:31

The final Z in Eloise and the S in Sophie don't flow easily, but you'd rarely use both names anyway. They are v pretty names.

thingamajig Fri 15-Aug-08 22:51:55

Beautiful, feminine names, just hope she doesn't have a lithp grin

missbloom Sun 17-Aug-08 21:24:21

Pretty names but wouldnt choose them myself as becoming far too common

jchandler Mon 18-Aug-08 13:45:49

didnt think Eloise was that common !!!
I know Ella is, but thought Eloise was a little unusual.

IllegallyBrunette Mon 18-Aug-08 13:48:13

Love Eloise, and I disagree that it is too common.

My dd2's middle name is Eloise, but I don't know of any others.

Not sure that Sophia goes though tbh.

What about Eloise Olivia ?

Tortington Mon 18-Aug-08 13:49:06

its so poncey i might puke - and not poncey by right - a doule barrelled poncefilled poncey orgasm

Stars22 Mon 18-Aug-08 18:42:01

I love the name Eloise, i think other names would flow better but if you are set on Sophia then go for it. Or the other way round Sophia Eloise.

onthepier Mon 18-Aug-08 19:50:08

I think Eloise Sophia is a bit of a mouthful, although I do like both names. How about substituting Sophia for Sophie?

jchandler Tue 19-Aug-08 20:11:20

im getting used to it. Dont think it sounds so bad if you pronounce slowly.

like Eloise Olivia though... thanks.

Elkat Tue 19-Aug-08 21:15:25

Eloise is not common. It's highest ranking has only ever been about 97 in the name charts since 1998, and for most of that time has been outside the top 100. I think its a lovely name, but then I'm biased as I've got one. Agree that I'm not convinced by the two S sounds so close together. Maybe Eloise X sophia might break it up a bit. Great name choices though.

LazyLinePainterJane Tue 19-Aug-08 21:25:45

Personally, I don't like Eloise. But that's my taste. It terms of the two names together, the S in Eloise sounds quite soft so think it goes fine with the Sophia, I wouldn't worry about that combination smile

Heated Tue 19-Aug-08 21:27:32

It's my niece's name. I prefer Sophia Eloise personally but both are pretty.

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