Clara, Nola, Tulip and ?

As a Nameberry regular, I of course love theoreticising about sibling sets. The latest I have been pondering is [name]Clara[/name], [name]Nola[/name] and [name]Tulip[/name]. [name]Do[/name] the Ls make them too close for sisters, though? And what would you name a brother or sister? Is [name]Alouette[/name] too frilly to go with them?

Opinions are welcome (I won’t actually be using these names)!

I really, really dislike [name]Tulip[/name]. It sounds weird to me.
I like that the L connects all of them without being too matchy. I don’t like [name]Alouette[/name] at all, it’s much too frilly for [name]Nola[/name] and [name]Clara[/name].

Instead of [name]Tulip[/name], maybe:
[name]Clara[/name], [name]Nola[/name], and [name]Lilia[/name].

For a boy name, maybe:
[name]Clara[/name], [name]Nola[/name], and [name]Luke[/name]
[name]Clara[/name], [name]Nola[/name], and [name]Eli[/name]

:slight_smile: I love pondering sibling sets, as well.

Fun! :slight_smile:
I can see [name]Clara[/name], [name]Nola[/name], and [name]Tulip[/name] as sisters. :slight_smile:


Longer than two syllables:


[name]Arlo[/name] (has [name]Nola[/name]'s O sound, though)

Longer than two syllables:


Good luck! :slight_smile:

[name]Clara[/name], [name]Nola[/name] & [name]Jane[/name] would be gorgeous!

[name]Tulip[/name] is daring but I did see one in the bonds baby search recently :slight_smile:

I’d change it to [name]Clara[/name], [name]Nola[/name], and [name]Tula[/name] rather than [name]Tulip[/name]. [name]Tulip[/name] is a silly name for a person in my opinion - I had a neighbor who adopted a puppy named [name]Tulip[/name] but changed it to [name]Tula[/name] since she already had a dog with a flower name.

I think [name]Cora[/name], [name]Nola[/name], [name]Vera[/name], and [name]Tula[/name] would make an excellent sibset.