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Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 1 decade ago

I like old fashioned girls names... help me find one that suits my last name?

Hi!

The baby's last name will be Hunt, and I want and old fashioned girls name that goes well with it. Please suggest any antique/traditional favorites that you think sound REALLY good with HUNT. (I know with a simple last name lots of names would 'work'.)

Thank you so much.

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    Well, do you want a classic name, or just something old-fashioned. Classic, timeless girl names include: Mary, Elizabeth, Anna/Annie/Anne, K/Catherine, Margaret, Sarah, Laura, Isobel, Jane, Victoria.

    A combination of these classic names would be nice too. Something like Anna Elizabeth Hunt or Sarah Jane Hunt or Sarah Anne Hunt etc.

    I think it should be a longer first name since the last name is short.

    How about:

    Madelaine Hunt [not Madeline! Pronounced Made-'lynn' at the end is MUCH nicer then Made-line] ***

    Isabelle "Belle" Hunt

    Virgina Hunt

    Clara Hunt

    Charlotte Hunt

    Georgia Hunt

    Julia Hunt

    Rosalie/Rosalind Hunt [that's really old-fashioned! From Shakespeare LOL]

    Emma Hunt

    Gwendolyn/Gwen Hunt

    Laura Hunt [very pretty old-fashioned name - can also be Lauren, Lorraine, Laurie etc]

    Lillian/Lily Hunt

    Kathleen/Kathrine "Kay" Hunt

    Amity Hunt

    Marguerite "Margie" Hunt

    Violet Hunt

    Some old-fashioned names probably aren't coming back any time soon. These names don't just sound old-fashioned-- they sound old.

    Bertha

    Gertrude

    Hortense

    Mabel

    Mildred

    Millicent

    Phyllis

    Zelda

    Since old-fashioned names have a wide appeal, some of them have caught on and become trendy. If you'd rather use a more unusual name, these are names to avoid. On the other hand, if you'd like to give your child an old-fashioned name that doesn't stand out as too unusual, consider these popular choices for your little girl.

    Abigail

    Alexandra

    Anna

    Ava

    Chloe

    Elizabeth

    Ella

    Emma

    Emily

    Grace

    Hannah

    Isabella/Isabel

    Julia

    Mia

    Olivia

    Sarah

    Sophia

    These old-fashioned names haven't become as widely used as the trendy names, but they're gaining in popularity and may become trendy in years to come. Consider these names if you'd like to give a child a name that's fairly common, but not too common.

    Bella

    Caroline/Carolyn

    Charlotte

    Clara

    Gracie

    Ellie

    Lillian/Lily

    Sadie

    Sophie

    Victoria

    Here are some good links for old-fashioned type names:

    http://www.angelfire.com/id2/heathersnamepage/old_...

    http://hometown.aol.com/elfnames/oldfashioned.html

    Congrats and Good Luck <3

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  • I think these sound nice:

    Sylvia Hunt

    Katherine Hunt

    Ethel Hunt

    Francis Hunt

    Laurel Hunt

    Leona Hunt

    Leora Hunt

    Victoria Hunt

    Emeline Hunt

    Virginia Hunt

    Mary Hunt

    Ida Mae Hunt

    Ruth Ann Hunt

    Naomi Hunt

    Eliza Hunt

    Marcella Hunt

    Helen Hunt

    Anna Hunt

    Margaret Hunt

    Mildred Hunt

    Annie Hunt

    Clara Hunt

    Mabeline Hunt

    Dorothy Hunt

    Tabetha Hunt

    Laura Hunt

    Louisa Hunt

    Nora Mae Hunt

    Nancy Hunt

    Lydia Hunt

    Caroline Hunt

    Esther Hunt

    Rosaline Hunt

    Henrietta Hunt

    Eleanor Hunt

    Evelyn Hunt

    Nina Hunt (Nee-na or Nine-a)

    Matilda Hunt

    Luella Hunt

    Cornelia Hunt

    Beatrice Hunt

    Cordelia Hunt

    Cecelia Hunt

    Rosetta Hunt

    Loretta Hunt

    Malinda Hunt

    Geneva Hunt

    Leonora Hunt

    Priscilla Hunt

    Marietta Hunt

    Magdalena Hunt

    Lucia Hunt

    Annabel Hunt

    Elmira Hunt

    Lenora Hunt

    Good luck and congrats! :o)

    Source(s): http://www.ssa.gov/OACT/babynames/ Try this website! I got most of these names off of that website. You can search popular names byy year as far back as 1880!
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  • 1 decade ago

    Scarlett Hunt

    Grace Hunt

    Mary-Ann Hunt

    Olivia Hunt

    Julie Hunt

    Victoria Hunt

    Abigail Hunt

    Monica Hunt

    Bethany Hunt

    Rosalie Hunt

    Alice Hunt

    Tanya Hunt

    Esmée/Esme/Esmee Hunt

    ...

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  • 1 decade ago

    Felicity Hunt

    Amelia Hunt

    Charlotte Hunt

    Alice Hunt

    Rosalie Hunt

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  • 1 decade ago

    I love old-fashioned girl's names as well; they sound so unique compared with many trendy names today. They're a breath of fresh air, really!

    My first thought when I saw the surname Hunt was Caroline; Caroline Hunt sounds and looks lovely.

    Other names that might work:

    Evangeline Sage Hunt

    Catherine Penelope Hunt

    Georgianna Thyme Hunt

    Josephine Ivy Hunt "Posy"

    Hazel Penelope Hunt

    Maren Ophelia Hunt

    Moira Evelyn Hunt

    Johanna Wren Hunt

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Isabella Mae Hunt

    Sadie Rain Hunt

    Elizabeth Jane Hunt

    Julia Mary Hunt

    Catherine Elizabeth Hunt

    Bonnie Kate Hunt

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Catherine~ Isabelle~ Hannah~ Abigail~ Scarlett~ Renée~ Lily~ Amelia~ Faith~ Cordelia~ Noelle~ Bess~ Gwendolyn~ Jillian~ Charity~ Pippa~ Francesca~ Genevieve~ Rose~ Delilah~ Eva~ Patience~ Ella~ Heather~ Claudia~ Grace~ Diana~ Julianna~ Victoria~ Sara~ Madeline~ Mary~ Jane~ Lydia~ Willa~ Adelaide~ Juliette~ Laura~ Deanna~ Gabrielle~ Anna~ Charlotte~ Emily~ Gretchen~ Jocelyn~ Evelyn~ Leona~ Claire~ Alma~ Louise~ Norah~ Sylvia~ Emmaline~ Mirabelle~ Rachelle~ Alice~ Bethany~ Penelope~ Lucille~ Elizabeth~ Loretta~ Theresa~ Maria~ Violet~ Felicity~ Josephine~ Viola~ Stella

    Hope this helps!

    ~♫εϊз♫

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Lillianna Hunt

    Rosalie Hunt

    Annabelle or Annabella Hunt

    Madeline

    Victoria

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  • 1 decade ago

    Ada

    Adelaide *

    Adeline *

    Agatha

    Althea

    Amelia *

    Annabelle

    Arabella

    Athalie

    Augusta

    Aurelia

    Beatrice

    Bertha

    Belle

    Beulah

    Camille *

    Cecilia *

    Cecily

    Celeste

    Charlotte *

    Clara *

    Clarinda *

    Clarissa *

    Claudia *

    Clementine

    Constance

    Cordelia

    Corinne

    Christabel

    Cynthia

    Daphne *

    Delia

    Dolores

    Dorothy

    Edith

    Eleanor

    Elise *

    Eliza *

    Ellen

    Elnora

    Eloise

    Elsa

    Elspeth

    Emmeline *

    Erma

    Ernestine

    Esme

    Estelle

    Ethel

    Etta

    Eudora

    Eugenia

    Evangeline

    Felicity *

    Francine

    Frances

    Genevieve

    Georgia *

    Georgiana

    Gillian *

    Gladys

    Gwendolyn

    Harriet

    Hazel

    Helen

    Henrietta

    Hester

    Ida

    Iris *

    Isadora

    Jemima

    Josephine

    Judith

    Lavinia

    Leona

    Leonora

    Lila

    Lisette

    Louisa

    Loretta

    Lucia

    Lucinda

    Lucretia

    Lydia *

    Mabel

    Marion

    Martha *

    Matilda

    Mavis

    Melinda

    Mena

    Meredith *

    Millicent

    Miriam

    Myra

    Myrna

    Myrtle

    Nadine

    Naomi

    Octavia

    Opal

    Pearl

    Phoebe

    Priscilla

    Prudence

    Ramona

    Regina

    Roberta

    Rosalind

    Rosemary

    Ruth

    Simone

    Sonya

    Stella

    Susannah

    Sylvia *

    Theodora

    Theodosia

    Ursula

    Vada

    Viola *

    Violet *

    Virginia

    Vivian

    Wilhelmina

    Willa

    Winifred

    Zella

    hope this helps... my favorites are

    Vivian Hunt

    Adeline Hunt

    Bella Hunt

    Lila Hunt

    Source(s): www.babynames.com
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  • Lillian Faith Hunt

    Abigail Grace Hunt

    Sara Elizabeth Hunt

    Emma Jane Hunt

    Emily Grace Hunt

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