What new name can I name my book character?
I'm not really starting my story over, no matter how much I want to, until I finish my first draft but I want to make a couple of changes. I want Autumn to kind of switch best friends and I changed Natalie's name to Nikki. I want a name that doesn't start with an A because I fell like I have enough A names in my story (3 is enough, right). I also don't want any different names. I want kind of common names that go with the theme of winter and, if you can, give me a meaning or something. And I need a winter-y personality because I don't quite know how I want this new person to be.
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
I agree with the other comments about Jane and Natasha, but yes, I made some other names too. In different languages, yes, I will translate and tell you other things. Some seem boy-ish, I know, but I put them in the list anyway.
I suppose Autumn is a girls name..
/ is alternate names related to the first name
^ different language
Helado^ -means Icy in spanish.. / Helada^, Hela, Hielo, Hiela, Helae, Heather, Haley
~ PS. Helada means frost in spanish, Hielo means ice
Glaciale^ -means Icy in french.. / Glace, Glacie, Grace, Gracie, Gwen, Gwenda
English/ Made up jumbled letters that might sound good / sound like names
Icelia, Icila, Elise, Elissa, Chloe, Holly, Polly, Wendy, Bella, Tris, Christina. Christine, Christin, Kristin, Kristine, Jean, Jaen, Naje, Sage, Paige, Lauren, Laura, Katniss, Primrose, Rasberry, Blackberry, Mistletoe, Thimble, Bris, Brynn, Lexi, Katelynn, Kate, Katie, Erin, Quill, Rue, Thyme, Basil, Basley, Balisa, Mary, Sarah, Zoe, Zoey, Trin, Trinity, Riley, Wenda, Thuana, Thessie, Bessie, Jessie, Beckie, Becka, Becca, Michelle, Vanity, Veronica, Ovy, Marley, Kayla, Mikayla, Mikki, Danny, Danielle, Samantha, Faith, Gratitude, Hailey, Joanne, Krissie, Corey, Chrissie, Emily, Molly, Hannah, Sara, Sophia, Sophie, Solana, Wanda, Crimson, Scarlett, Crystal, Icelyn, Blanca, Solana, Sandra, Cassandra, Cass, Victoria, Zoe, Zoey, Nevada^, Fernanda, Huckleberry, Berry, Cinnamon, Spice, Megan, Julia, Jules, Jordan, Chelsea, Lavender, Nina^, Nia, Mia, Sophia, Sophie, Solstice, Bell, Beja, Jade, Jadelyn, Isabella, Izzie, Carolina, Carrie, Ivy, Vine, Taylor, Flor, Flora, Rose, Tulip, Violet, Indigo, Blue, Bleu, Fawn, Faun, Gallie, Galey, Elizabeth, Hazel, Beatrice, Tris, Christine, Christina, Christin, Kristin, Kristine, Jali, Michelle, Shelly, Stella, Macy, Pepper, Sugar, Fresa, Fresca Fresana, Brianna, Bri, Madison, Maddie, Madi, Gabriella, Gabby, Chrismon, Burgundy, Gertitude, Gertude, Vanity, Jina, Jeanne.
And thats about it. Yeah.
- ImogenLv 78 years ago
- 8 years ago
Crystal, Snow White, Blanca spanish for white my mother is named after that
Holly , Scarlet , Nicole , Olivia, Marie, Stella , Candace, Faith , Natasha
- 8 years ago
Jane like winter nothing fancy or to showy. kinda plain and simple. Not obnoxious but sweet and innocent
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- kassiLv 48 years ago
lacy- delacate and intricate like a snow flake- pale
holly - thrives in the cold, colorful, but prickly( might be a red head with a temper but plays it cool most of the time)
- Anonymous8 years ago
wt abt natasha