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gitaSILVER Member
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3,776 posts
Location: brizvegas, Australia


Posted:
hi all!! wave

i think everyone here knows that valura & arsn are gonna have a lil bubba!! ubblove so i thought i'd start a thread for everyone to suggest some names for the lil one!! can be boy or girl names - they don't know which one it is yet!! biggrin and it has to be unusual, beautiful and with meaning! not just some weird name that means nothing!!! biggrin

here's a few to kick it off...

girlies....

macalla (also macala, macalah, mackayla) which is aboriginal...means "full moon"

meiko (meyko) which is japanese, means "flower bud"

mischka (mishka)..russian..."loved one"

alaysieh (alyssa, alaysia, lasine)...arabic..."moon goddess"

zita...spanish..."little rose"

sidra...latin..."starlike"



i know theres only girls names so far...but i only started this thread as i started looking...and it's taking a while!! ubblol

add some!!

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oliSILVER Member
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Posted:
isis
tarquin

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Devilstick_RussellBRONZE Member
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196 posts
Location: Falmouth, United Kingdom


Posted:
why not let the child choose its own name by having a selection of toys or other objects bound to attract its atention each one with a name attached which ever one the child plays with first becomes its name. For extra exitement you could have a joke name attached to one object like Doberman or Poppins, just to add tension

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Narr(*) (*) .. for the gnor ;)
2,568 posts
Location: sitting on the step


Posted:
why?!?!?!?!?

.... runs off to look for some real names.....

she who sees from up high smiles

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MedusaSILVER Member
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Location: 8 days at Cloudbreak, 6 in Perth, Australia


Posted:
Oh I am so calling my child Bilbo when I get one....hehehe

ubblol

ValuraSILVER Member
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Location: Brisbane, Australia


Posted:
OLI!!!

Written by:

tarquin




what a fantastic name!!!!!!! hug

TAJ "boat mummy." VALURA "yes sweetie you went on a boat, was daddy there with you?" TAJ "no, but monkey on boat" VALURA "well then sweetie, Daddy WAS there with you"


GelflingBRONZE Member
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Location: Chepstow & Bristol, United Kingdom


Posted:
Seren for a girl - although it is a Welsh name wink it sounds nice and the word means star

>What do you think about the state of the Earth?
>I'm optimistic.
>So why do you look so sad?
>I'm not sure that my optimism is justified.


sureauenthusiast
224 posts
Location: Oz girl in Eng-land


Posted:
Hey beautiful mother-goddess,

Ok, girls names:

Roisin. Pronounced "rosh-een" (or sometimes ro-sheen). It's Irish, and means Little Rose. Beautiful, eh?

Shoshanah (or Shoshanah). Hebrew, translates as both lilly and rose.

And of course, you can't go wrong with the name Lily.

Emaline.

Isabeau. (beau for short)

Isabelle.

Angelica.

Boys' names:

Finn (pretty for a girl as well) but I prefer it for a boy

Silas (kind of sounds like Silence)

Frances

Simeon

Yeah I like Leo too. (Recently, I was staying my best sister in Canberra, and we had a lost ginger kitten come visit us for the whole night. The moon being in leo and all, we just had to nickname him Leo.)

Ethan

Oh and another girls name... Aisling.. Irish, pronounced ash-leen.

"Be the Bunny"


sureauenthusiast
224 posts
Location: Oz girl in Eng-land


Posted:
oh and have to throw my own cat's name into the mix - Arian, welsh for silver.

and one more boys name: Arawen, also spelled Arawyn. Yes I know it was feminine in LoTR, but it's actually male, and welsh. Kind of sounds like a modern Aaron. In Welsh folklore, Arawen was the king of Annwn, the Otherworld, and his name means "silver-tongued." His power is associated with picking magickal names (!), spirit contact, and strengthening friendships.

Will let you know if I think of any more

Be well beautiful chicken,

~ Jen

(will prob see you next Monday night at Juggle Jam)

"Be the Bunny"


peles_paynimSILVER Member
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Posted:
brighten
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Flame BoyGOLD Member
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Location: Out, United Kingdom


Posted:
Boy: Scatman
Girl: Bonjela

wink

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gitaSILVER Member
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3,776 posts
Location: brizvegas, Australia


Posted:
ubblol isnt bonjela a teething gel?? tongue

do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good to eat!

if at first you do succeed, try not to look too astonished!

smile! grin it confuses people!


ParafinfairySILVER Member
old hand
845 posts
Location: Adelaide, Australia


Posted:
ubblol yes I think it is - good for those pesky mouth ulcers too!!

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CantusSILVER Member
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15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
I recently decided that the next three things I have to name are ghoing to be called Wyatt, Virgil and Morgan smile


Not interesting but true....

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Hanzveteran
1,328 posts
Location: Bendigo, Vic, Australia


Posted:
I know two guys who have unusual names, well they're not unusal, but the names are swedish I think they said... either way:
Yani, which is swedish for John
and Cobby which is swedish for Jacob

meghannenthusiast
302 posts
Location: good ol@ devon. cullompton to be precise


Posted:
bonita... my sisters name means beautiful in spanish
tulita, no idea what it means but its my mums and its pretty !
or how about alisha as in alisha keys or alisha moore (pink) i like that name!

for a boy i like daniel

ive learned
life is tough... but im tougher


Melemelmember
114 posts
Location: South-west,UK


Posted:
My sons name is Reef, unique as far as i know..ive never come across any others! Be cool if he could start a trend though..

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Flame BoyGOLD Member
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Location: Out, United Kingdom


Posted:
Zenon!

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nearly_all_goneSILVER Member
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1,626 posts
Location: Southampton, United Kingdom


Posted:
Toby for a boy, Emma for a girl.

*simple tastes*

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Thoreau


ValuraSILVER Member
Mumma Hen
6,391 posts
Location: Brisbane, Australia


Posted:
ummm not emma. nope. I know too many.

um we like the name Drea... what do you guys think?

TAJ "boat mummy." VALURA "yes sweetie you went on a boat, was daddy there with you?" TAJ "no, but monkey on boat" VALURA "well then sweetie, Daddy WAS there with you"


GelflingBRONZE Member
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665 posts
Location: Chepstow & Bristol, United Kingdom


Posted:
Zenon - I new a guy called Zenon at school - he was an arrogant... Besides isn't that a noble gas with the wrong spelling?

How about a good Gelfling name like Kia for a girl or Jen for a boy - I need sleep - its 4:32am - body clock messed up.

>What do you think about the state of the Earth?
>I'm optimistic.
>So why do you look so sad?
>I'm not sure that my optimism is justified.


GelflingBRONZE Member
Watcher of 80s cartoons
665 posts
Location: Chepstow & Bristol, United Kingdom


Posted:
As for Drea check out www.geocities.com/sopranos_187/drea.html

Sounds like a nice name but in written form it looks like the word is incomplete.

>What do you think about the state of the Earth?
>I'm optimistic.
>So why do you look so sad?
>I'm not sure that my optimism is justified.


ValuraSILVER Member
Mumma Hen
6,391 posts
Location: Brisbane, Australia


Posted:
BUMPSKI. there is another thread just like this that has been started..

TAJ "boat mummy." VALURA "yes sweetie you went on a boat, was daddy there with you?" TAJ "no, but monkey on boat" VALURA "well then sweetie, Daddy WAS there with you"


lauz the caterpillagoddess of all things slimey and an interchangeable insect!
2,443 posts
Location: nottingham - the land of opportunity lol!


Posted:
my dad wanted to call me gertrude its a saddening thought hehe

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Narr(*) (*) .. for the gnor ;)
2,568 posts
Location: sitting on the step


Posted:
hehe wondered when this would arise wink hug

she who sees from up high smiles

Patrick badger king: *they better hope there's never a jihad on stupidity*


roarfireSILVER Member
comfortably numb
2,676 posts
Location: The countryside, Australia


Posted:
Girl: Lindsay, Tori, Lara, Aleisha, or Stephanie smile



Boy: Zack/Zach/Zac, or Issac, Corey, Zane

.All things are beautiful if we take the time to look.


Hanzveteran
1,328 posts
Location: Bendigo, Vic, Australia


Posted:
Noo... i cant believe it's only been 5 months, how is the couple going with bub?

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