Looking for a nice english name for a cute girl.

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krogothcn

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Hi, everyone.

My friend, a cute girl, she ask me a nice english name for himself. A english name which have beautiful looks and beautiful meaning.

But english is not my native language. It's difficult mission to me. So, could someone please told me some advices or some names.

Thanks to all.

posted 2013-11-08T16:49:50-08:00
Lord_Garland

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Ashley is a nice name. Its an old anglo-sexaon name.

Means "Lives in the ash tree grove".

There is also Sadie. Which is an old English word for princess..

posted 2013-11-08T17:51:10-08:00
krogothcn

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Nice suggestions, thank you very much.

posted 2013-11-10T08:02:25-08:00
EvilKris

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Crystal

posted 2013-11-14T00:54:08-08:00
Ultima2876

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Those are all porn-star names o_O

posted 2013-11-17T19:51:38-08:00
Lord_Garland

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Well if a name is a porn star name I guess Ultima would recognize it in an instant. Surprised

xp

posted 2013-11-17T20:38:32-08:00
Kimberley_SpilGames

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Kimberley!! 

posted 2013-11-19T11:31:43-08:00 | edited 2013-11-19T11:31:58-08:00
krogothcn

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Wo! The conversation is running on a strange way.

posted 2013-11-19T16:16:03-08:00
grado

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Crystal definitely sounds like a stripper name :) Sadie sounds like a dogs name. I know a man called Ashley, I think of it as a mans name, but still I quite like it.

I quite like Kimberley

Here are a few names: Isabelle, Sophie, Charlotte, Natasha, Alexandra, Lucy, Elizabeth

I dont know the meanings so well, they have meanings originally, but they are mainly lost and not considered when naming a child. I think more often they are named after someone

posted 2013-11-20T10:28:54-08:00
TacTicTos

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I google it and found this website :

http://www.sheknows.com/parenting/articles/822581/girl-names-with-great-meanings

Maybe it can help Laughing

From all i choose Irene which mean "peace"

posted 2013-11-21T03:08:23-08:00
grado

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I dont think all those names are english

Birkita - Never heard of that

Ethel - 90 year old womans name

Cher - pop star

Joy - my name is earl

Brita - a water filter

posted 2013-11-21T12:40:12-08:00
Ultima2876

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Oh god, "Aphrodite" - who the hell would name their kid that?! o_o;;

EDIT: except possibly so that they can have the nickname 'afro'.

posted 2013-11-21T23:47:01-08:00 | edited 2013-11-21T23:47:16-08:00
o0Corps0o

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Aphrodite? that sounds Greek?

posted 2013-11-22T12:18:19-08:00
ozdy

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Margery!

posted 2013-11-22T12:25:57-08:00
ozdy

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On Nov 20, 2013, djstatika said:

Here are a few names: Isabelle, Sophie, Charlotte, Natasha, Alexandra, Lucy, Elizabeth

Natasha is of heavy Russian origin.

posted 2013-11-22T12:28:18-08:00
grado

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I didnt know that. It still common here in england. I know a few english people called that. I think most of the ones I listed have origins in different languages. Charlotte, im sure would be french etc. Maybe I just like the sound of them more...

Margery I looked up and is purely english, interesting.  I had a great aunt who was called that, but I dont know anyone under 70 with that name. Unless you count Marge from the simpsons

Im gonna look up my name name now...

From the Hebrew name בִּנְיָמִין (Binyamin) which means "son of the south"

Well thats interesting

Aphrodite? that sounds Greek?

Greek goddess of love. It would be a weird name, because she was quite a sexual being

posted 2013-11-22T13:43:29-08:00
imperator87

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You can probably derive a name from her Chinese name; either by meaning or similar sound.

posted 2013-11-25T01:24:00-08:00
Lord_Garland

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Did she pick a name?

posted 2013-11-25T01:45:03-08:00
krogothcn

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Thanks to every one, she picked the name "Abrianna".

posted 2013-12-08T13:16:24-08:00
kripal_gohil

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On Nov 22, 2013, ozdy said:

On Nov 20, 2013, djstatika said:

Here are a few names: Isabelle, Sophie, Charlotte, Natasha, Alexandra, Lucy, Elizabeth

Natasha is of heavy Russian origin.

'Natasha' is originated from Sanskrit language. This name is quite common in 'Hindu' religion, in India.

posted 2013-12-25T17:29:07-08:00