HELPP!? I can not find unique girl names i like. any suggestions?
Rita_2_davey - posted on 08/24/2010
Bethanne, Alexis, Brooklyn, Catrina, Desaray,Gabriel, Anastasia, Ulanda,Renay, Trianna,
Selena, Casanda, Tabatha, Tristen, Aliesha, Madaya,
Madeline, Arienne, Brittney, Chelsea, Tessie, Joselyn, Jasmine, Arielle, Rustanne, Gracie, Brianna,
Chantelle, RitaMay, Chassity, Abrielle, Gracie, Gizelle, Esther, Eliza, Francess, Iona, Jocelyn, Jessie, Jerrica, Coleese, Chloe, Marriah, Natasha, Pamela, Rhonda, Rayline, Sasha, Sarina, Tessie.
Hope this helps and congratulations!!
Tara - posted on 08/23/2010
We named our 1st daughter Aubrey (which I have found to be not so common, you usually hear AuDrey... and this time babies gender is a surprise and if it's a girl we're going to name her Ella Jean :-) Unique and different, but not to out there. :-) Good luck!
Schyla - posted on 08/19/2010
do you want unique and easy to say when someone looks at it or completely unique and everyone says and how do you spell that? look at my name you'll understand what I mean? SCHYLA is pronouced shy-la but as a child i suffered humiliation at the hands of my class mates whenever a substitute teacher came into teach. My girls are Robyn (unique in that it's not a very commonly used name) and Gracy (unique in how it is spelled) and our little boys name will be Jaxson (unique in that we kept the S instead of dropping it like so many people who spell it with an X do) My husband is Joseph Walter the Third and wanted all of his children to have their own names so we tried to make them easy to say but unique in their own way. what is your little girl's daddy's name maybe you could combine part of both names for something truly unique since she came from both of you.
Leandra - posted on 08/17/2010
awe my first picked name i still wanted to this day is Bella but the fathers parents didnt like it at all so it changed his mind but I just heard the name Giana or Giona how ever you wanna spell it! but I like a few in the lists put on here thank you =) If i was having a boy his name was already picked out Payton Michael Super..
Nicole - posted on 08/17/2010
we named our daughter Kairi faith. Kairi is from Japanese origins and means ocean child.
if we had another daughter we both like Adelaide
these are my personal favorites they are mostly Japanese and old English and Celtic/Irish in origin.
Kairi ( pronounced Ky Ree : not Carrie)
Taya ( this is pronounced Ta - ya not Tay - ya in its Japanese origins)
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