Pretty Girl Name For My Character?
I need a pretty girl name for my book character.
She's pale, with long black hair, green eyes, and freckles.
I was thinking of naming her:
Any other suggestions?
- 7 years agoBest Answer
I think naming characters in accordance to personality/appearance is fine, but what really makes a good character is one whose name the reader grows to associate with it. For example, I could have a happy, spunky character whose never set a foot out of line named Helga, and even though it may not sound right to the reader at the beginning of the book, they'll grow to accept the name and even associate it with people they meet with similar personalities as your character.
Does that make any sense?
Anyway, I like the name Holly Jade. Here are some of my favorite first names for characters:
Mary (simple, memorable, and it possesses a stereotype easily malleable to your character's personality)
I hope this helps! Good luck :)
- vintagejane15Lv 57 years ago
Sweet names :)
I love Holly, just not with Jade.
Hope this helps!
- MKLv 57 years ago
Holly Jade is really pretty. I wrote a book about a girl named Holly awhile back too.
- CiaraLv 47 years ago
I like Holly jade! When u described the girl alittle then said Holly jade. It fits! I can't think of a better one! Good luck
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- ShayLv 67 years ago
Holly Jade is adorable!
- 7 years ago
Marcelline, Rosalie, Alice, Lucinda, Nikki, Elysse, Veronica, Felicia(:
- Anonymous7 years ago
I think Lacey Rose, or Ermine Marie Ermine is a name with royal connotations, as the fur of the ermine weasel, which turns white in winter, is used for robes of royalty.
My name is Ricky Ann. I love it. It is very strong yet feminine, but wouldn't fit your character.Source(s): http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Ermine I used this to check my understanding of the name
- 7 years ago
Blaise, Midnight, Leina
- Anonymous3 years ago
Pearl Scarlett Aislinn Scarlett (a lovely identify pronunced: Ash-ling or Ash-linn. It is Irish and approach "dream") Calla Scarlett (said: think of Callie but with an a. Cal-a. It is an amazing flower title that still sounds original however with a certain aspect) Genevieve "Eve" Scarlett Geneva "Eva" Scarlett (pronounced: Jeh-nev-uh or Juh-naeve-uh) Avalon Scarlett Zola Scarlett Zara Scarlett Tula Scarlett (reported: Too-luh) Tulla Scarlett (same pronounciation as above) Adelina Scarlett Coraline "Cora" Scarlett Delia "Del" Scarlett Athena "Thena" Scarlett (This one is so cute. I rather adore it) Azalea "Aza" Scarlett Thea Scarlett Aurelie "charisma" Scarlett (air of secrecy is a particularly stunning nickname) Adira Scarlett Anouk Scarlett (This one is distinct and extraordinary, suggested "a-nook") Cornelia Scarlett Miri Scarlett Olympia Scarlett Hope I helped :)
- 3 years ago