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Flowerface Mon 12-Oct-09 17:43:52

So we have finally decided on Rosa (I think) but I am not sure about middle names now. I wanted the middle name to have some family meaning. Ideally, I would love it to be Julia, after my grandmother. But does 'Rosa Julia' sound ridiculous? (Surname ends in Y). If it does, my Mum's name is Josephine. But I fear that 'Rosa Josephine' is a bit of a mouthful too.

If both of these are out - any suggestions?

(The other name we're considering is Elsa, but not sure that this makes a difference where the middle names are concerned?)

Thanks!

bringonthetrumpets Mon 12-Oct-09 17:57:15

Marilyn

geraldinetheluckygoat Mon 12-Oct-09 18:01:03

Rosa May?
sorten josephine to Jo?
Rosa Louise sounds nice?

NanaNina Mon 12-Oct-09 18:32:07

Oh I think Rosa is a beautiful name and Rosa Julia after your grandmother is also lovely.

UnrequitedSkink Mon 12-Oct-09 21:47:24

Rosa Molly? (That's what I'm pondering for a girl anyway!)

randomimposter Mon 12-Oct-09 21:51:11

depends what your surname is, but I think Rosa Josephine works ok.... Rosa Julia doesn't.

Rosa is a gorgeous name

liliputlady Tue 13-Oct-09 10:44:54

Rosa Louise is BEAUTIFUL.
Or Rosa Juliet would keep a part of your Grandmother's name, if that's possible!

bellissima Tue 13-Oct-09 11:06:49

Lee the most obvious.

spinspinsugar Tue 13-Oct-09 11:09:29

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

broccoliandchips Tue 13-Oct-09 11:22:30

Rosa Charlotte
Rosa Beatrice
Rosa Hannah
Rosa Evie

Actually, I think Rosa Julia is fine ... just not that keen on Jula ........ blush

Flowerface Tue 13-Oct-09 14:08:52

Does Rosa Alice work, or is there too much 'a' action going on?

BucketsOfBlood Tue 13-Oct-09 21:09:40

Rosa Josephine is easier to say than Rosa Alice. Rosa Julia also fine (looks Spanish on paper) but how about Rosa Juliet? Just call it a twist on Grandmother's name.

birdofthenorth Tue 27-Oct-09 17:45:43

Rosa is beautiful but I think Rosa Juliet is better than Julia or Josephine for rolling nicely off the tongue -would still honour you grandmother in principle.

cloelia Tue 27-Oct-09 19:53:09

My great grandmother was Rosa Mary which I think is beautiful; sadly I did not know it when I had my dd otherwise I would have used it.

pointyhat Tue 27-Oct-09 19:59:49

Rosa Julia is lovely. I'd stick to the family link.

BabyDancer83 Wed 28-Oct-09 15:47:22

Rosa Daphne in greek kinda way, love it!

diddl Wed 28-Oct-09 16:17:41

Ooh!,loveElsa!
Juliet instead of Julia?

Flowerface Wed 28-Oct-09 16:59:13

How about Helen? Turns out my great grandmother was called Helen...

TheFallenMadonna Wed 28-Oct-09 17:04:53

Rosa is lovely. I would go for Julia. My DD has a first and middle name ending in the same sound for the same reason (a name we love plus a family name).

Rosa Helen also lovely.

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