30w preg. still no name for a girl..have a boy named Cael William

I am starting to feel that we are getting closer to this baby coming without having a name. We have a boy named [name]Cael[/name] at home. We have a niece with nn “[name]El[/name],” so can’t do any [name]Ella[/name], [name]Ellie[/name], Etc.

I really need some girl name ideas that are somewhat unique like [name]Cael[/name], but not too different or wierd :slight_smile:

Some things I like:

[name]Callie[/name] - decided this is [name]WAY[/name] to close to [name]Cael[/name], so won’t be using it.
[name]Cambrie[/name] - can’t decide if I like, and have been hearing a lot of negative feedback from naming sites.
[name]Maia[/name] ([name]Mya[/name]) - don’t know about spelling, and slightly more common than i’d like?
[name]Avery[/name] - just added this one to my list

Middle name will most likely be [name]Kalynn[/name] (not sure how to spell this, don’t want too many “Y’s”, but it will be a comination of both Grandma’s: “[name]Kay[/name]” & “[name]Lynn[/name]”

*Husband would rather not use all the same letters for each child “C”, but if its something we both like then he said he would be ok with it.

PLEASE HELP me find more girls names!!!

I absolutely love the name [name]Christmas[/name]. It’s unique and unfortunately it wouldn’t work for the family I’m building but I think it’ll work for yours. [name]Hope[/name] it isn’t TOO out there for u

Starting off with your middle name a traditional Irish spelling of [name]Kay[/name] and [name]Lynn[/name] would be [name]Cailin[/name] - similar to [name]Caitlin[/name] but minus the t! I really like that version rather than [name]Kalynn[/name] but then I’m not a big fan of K names in general, something about them shouts trendy at me wheras C names seem rather more sophisticated. Also that way you can have a C name but use it in the middle instead which is much less ‘matchy’

First name ideas

[name]Callie[/name] - pretty, very sweet but I agree very close to your sons name. Would make a cute nn if you borrowed from her middle name [name]Kalynn[/name]/[name]Cailin[/name]
[name]Cambrie[/name] - not sure how to pronounce this?
[name]Maia[/name] - Also pretty, various ways to spell it though
[name]Avery[/name] - I’m not a fan of many of these kinds of names as they sound made up to me, perhaps also because they are becoming more popular. Sounds like somewhere a bird lives?

other ideas for you based on what you already like

[name]Chiara[/name] (kee-ah-rah)

Are there any other names you like? Trying to think of ones you might but not a lot to go on :slight_smile:

Since I know a [name]Kaly[/name] “cal-ee”, [name]Kalynn[/name] looks like “cal-lyn” to me. [name]Kaelyn[/name], [name]Kailynn[/name], [name]Kaylen[/name] are options

[name]Callie[/name]- Because of brother’s name and the mn, I think [name]Cal[/name]- names are out
[name]Cambrie[/name]- Sounds incomplete, what about [name]Cambria[/name]? [name]Camilla[/name], [name]Clara[/name], [name]Carys[/name], [name]Cassia[/name], [name]Bree[/name], [name]Bria[/name], [name]Britta[/name], [name]Brielle[/name], [name]Brenna[/name]/[name]Brynna[/name]
[name]Maia[/name]- Maebry/[name]Mabry[/name], [name]Malia[/name], [name]Minka[/name], [name]Mina[/name]/[name]Meena[/name], [name]Mari[/name], [name]Maren[/name], [name]Marissa[/name], [name]Marta[/name]
[name]Ava[/name]- [name]Ada[/name]/[name]Adah[/name], [name]Abra[/name]/[name]Aubra[/name], [name]Audra[/name], [name]Adaire[/name], [name]Ayla[/name], [name]Asha[/name], [name]Alda[/name], [name]Alva[/name], [name]Alma[/name], [name]Anya[/name], [name]Ardis[/name], [name]Arden[/name], [name]Aria[/name]/[name]Arya[/name]

[name]Kalynn[/name] looks like “cal-lyn” to me, too. I have a friend who spells her name [name]Kaylin[/name]. I think it’s cleanest (not too many Ys!) and most straightforward.

I think [name]Cael[/name] and [name]Avery[/name] or [name]Cael[/name] and [name]Maia[/name] (I’d probably go with [name]Maya[/name], though) are best together. Between the two, I prefer [name]Maya[/name] because [name]Avery[/name] sounds a little more masculine than [name]Cael[/name] to me. [name]Both[/name] of those girl names sound nice with [name]Kaylin[/name], though! Since her brother’s name and her middle name already start with a hard K sounds, I’d probably steer away from C and K names. Here are a couple other ideas that sound great with [name]Cael[/name]:

[name]Aubrey[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Dahlia[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Stella[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Gemma[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Juniper[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Mila[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name] - maybe less popular than [name]Maia[/name]/[name]Maya[/name]? [name]Cael[/name] and [name]Mila[/name] are sweet.
[name]Embry[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Amari[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name] - little similar to [name]Avery[/name] and [name]Maya[/name]?
[name]Juno[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Amalia[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name] - has some of the same sounds as [name]Maya[/name]
[name]River[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]
[name]Maret[/name]/[name]Marit[/name] [name]Kaylin[/name]

[name]How[/name] about [name]Cameo[/name]? Like the jewelery. I think it just might fit your style!
[name]Cameo[/name] [name]Jade[/name]
[name]Cameo[/name] [name]Pearl[/name]
[name]Cameo[/name] [name]Paige[/name]
[name]Cameo[/name] [name]Belle[/name]

Congrats and good luck!

[name]Cambrie[/name] or [name]Cambria[/name] are beautiful.

If you’re going for more unique names, maybe you can consider:


And on the spelling for your chosen middle name, I like [name]Kaylin[/name]. It has one Y and doesn’t have any double N’s, which I think are just an extension of a name that doesn’t really require it.

To me, [name]Cael[/name] is SUCH an Irish name. Are you interested in sticking with an Irish theme? If so, some names to consider:


I prefer [name]Cambria[/name] to [name]Cambrie[/name].

Thanks Everyone! This post has really given me a lot more options to choose from. I really appreciate all of the comments :slight_smile: This is such a great site, and I really enjoy getting opinions from others!

I am loving the spelling [name]Kaylin[/name], because I always thought putting 2 N’s was too much, and I really did not want 2 Y’s.

I’ve also found a lot of first names from this thread that I really love. Thank you so much, it is greatly appreciated!

[name]Camilla[/name] [name]Kaylynn[/name]
[name]Cambria[/name] [name]Kaylynn[/name]
Ambrielle [name]Kaylynn[/name]
[name]Aurelia[/name] [name]Kaylynn[/name]
[name]Willa[/name] [name]Kaylynn[/name]
[name]Petra[/name] [name]Kaylynn[/name]
[name]Britta[/name] [name]Kaylynn[/name]
[name]Nadia[/name] [name]Kaylynn[/name]
[name]Sariah[/name] [name]Kaylynn[/name]
Viana [name]Kaylynn[/name]