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Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 1 decade ago

help me match siblings names?

I want my children's names to "go together". We have two sons, Ian and Owen, both UK names, but we are having a hard time finding another UK name for our daughter ( I am expecting a girl) I like Rachel, but it isn't really of the same category. Any suggestions? The last name starts with H.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Here is a link to the top 100 girl names registered in England and Wales. That should help. ;)

    http://www.statistics.gov.uk/specials/babiesnames_...

    Of those, I love the sib sets of Ian, Owen and ...

    Ruby

    Lucy - though I generally prefer this as a nickname, it works here, since all three are on the shorter side ;)

    Charlotte

    Millie - ditto Lucy; Millicent is an adorable formal option, however.

    Daisy

    Poppy

    Georgia

    Eleanor

    Scarlett

    Alice

    Imogen - I'd normally avoid another N ending, but I adore this, and the fact that it's longer than the boys' names helps ;)

    Lola

    Maisie

    Niamh (neev) - move the N pattern to the beginning for the girl ;)

    Matilda - nickname Millie, Tilly or Tilda

    Lydia

    Isla

    Eloise

    Of course, Ian and Owen are obviously Celtic, so I'd lean more toward a girl name that is as well. Many of the above are -- Imogen, Maisie, Niamh, Isla -- but you might also consider Gwyneth, Carys, Talulla, Tegan (teg-an, not tee-gan) or Lillias.

  • 1 decade ago

    Emily

    Ellie

    Jessica

    Sophie

    Chloë

    Lucy

    Olivia

    Charlotte

    Katie

    Megan

    Grace

    Hannah

    Amy

    Ella

    Mia

    Lily

    Abigail

    Emma

    Amelia

    Molly

    Lauren

    Millie

    Holly

    Leah

    Caitlin

    Rebecca

    Georgia

    Bethany

    Eleanor

    Isabelle

    Ruby

    Daisy

    Freya

    Isabella

    Elizabeth

    Jasmine

    Erin

    Alice

    Evie

    Amber

    Paige

    Abbie

    Madison

    Phoebe

    Poppy

    Aimee

    Courtney

    Niamh

    Anna

    Isabel

  • 1 decade ago

    I think Rachel would go well with Ian and Owen; they are all nice, strong, non-trendy names. To me, something like Destiny or Alessandra wouldn't go well with the others, because of either being trendy or a completely different ethnic "feel." I'd also stay away from anything exotic (Evadne) or made up.

    Elin or Erin

    Lynn

    Sandra

    Tessa

    Claire

    Rose/Rosie

    Kate

    Jill

    Angela

    Camilla

    Teresa or Tracy

    Catherine

    Melinda

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Olivia, Grace, Jessica, Ruby, Emily, Sophie, Chloe, Lucy, Lily and Ellie.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    India, Ila, Olivia, Eva, Evangeline, Imogene, Illiana, Cassia, Caprice, Elizabeth, Adriana, Angelina, Helena, Elena.

    But if you like Rachel, feel free to go with Rachel! It will be fine with the boys' names.

  • 1 decade ago

    Erin, Elizabeth, Amy, Allison, Isabelle, etc.

    I am thinking of along the lines of continuing with the vowel as the beginning letter.

  • 1 decade ago

    Cadence

  • 1 decade ago

    I like Erin too. Ian, Owen, Erin.

  • 1 decade ago

    I think Rachel goes well. I also like Zoey and Elisa

  • 1 decade ago

    How about Erin?

    I have a son Aaron and I just love the name!

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