- 3 years ago
Annabella or Naomi
Nova! This is not misspelled, I don’t mean Nora, but Nova! There’s used to be a TV show host in my home country and I always thought it was the coolest name ever and who wouldn’t want to be named after a brightening star 😉
I’ve always liked the name Lydia. My real name ends with a “ee” sound and is a childish, “baby” name. It doesn’t suit me at all. My hairdresser over the weekend even told me she thought it was funny I had such a “sweet” name for someone so edgy/serious looking lol. I told her it wasn’t my choice!!!
I’m not keen on my name, it was quite unusual in the UK until the late 80’s when I think a soap character (not Kylie) made it more popular. It’s not popular now but it went through a spike.
I like Lydia (1st husband vetoed it for our daughters) but I’m probably more of a Sophie.
I’ve always liked Lex. I think it sounds like a badass spy girl ninja name.
Oh, this topic is painfully near and dear to my heart. I have *always* disliked my name. It is very feminine and young-ish in my opinion, and just not “me”. I hate my middle name, so going by that wasn’t an option. I would love to be named Kate. Simple, strong, classic. Sigh.
When I was a kid, I wished I would have been named Tiffany or Alexis. No idea why.
I think I should have gone by Libby, instead of the nickname I do go by. I’ve never really felt like my name quite suited me.
Emmeline or Aurelia
I love my name, but my one hangup is that it is a short name, and there aren’t any nickname possibilities.
I hate my overly popular name. I attempted to get people to call me so many different names in HS lol. My name is so boring compared to me. Kristen was always my fake name I gave to guys at bars. I feel more like a Jemma, Nova, Averen, Blake, Dallas, Lola, Jasey … something like unique like that. When I was younger I always wanted one of those pretty longer names that start with “a” like Aubrianna, Aubrielle, Arianna, Alania, Aaliyah etc.
My name is a unisex one that was uncommon, and is commonly associated with two celebrity athletes who play sports I have no interest in. It’s fairly unique, but boyish and clumsy sounding, so I find myself drawn to more elegant and classically feminine names, like Ella and Victoria. In all my favorite MMORPGs I go by Llewellyn or Mancinella, so I’d be comfortable going by either name irl. I also love the name Clementine, despite hating the song (Oh ma darrrrrrrlin’.)
I always wanted a serious name, and I would probably choose something French, like Gennevieve or Josephine.
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