hello, nameberry! i love ntbs + i wanted to make one, so i did!
dw1 and dw2 have been foster parents for a while and have started the process of adoption for one of the children in their care! both of their first names end in the letter o, although dw1’s name is more rare and dw2’s name is more common. dw1’s middle name relates to new york city, where she grew up, and her last name can be found in multiple cultures. dw2’s middle name is a modernized version of her grandmother’s old-lady style name, and her last name is of hispanic origin.
dm is unexpectedly expecting her first child! her name is a long, unusual name that can be shortened to the nickname “kit.” her middle name relates to a classic film, and her last name is of chinese origin but not popular in china.
dh and dw recently got married after two years together! dh has a a quirky, cool, and unexpected double-barrelled first name. he shares his middle name with a roman emperor, and his last name is turkish. dw’s first, middle, and last names are all of turkish origin. her first name is no more than one syllable while her middle name is three or more.
after over a decade of marriage, dh and dw are ready to start a family! dh’s first name is only one syllable but is spelled with five letters. his middle name is a clunky medieval choice unheard of in the modern world. his last name is a traditional english surname. dw shares her first name with a queen from ancient history. although she used to have just one middle name, she chose to add a maori name as her first middle name as a way of reclaiming her heritage. she kept her old middle name (a common english girls’ name) as a second middle. her last name is another traditional english surname.
dgf and dp met in college and are now starting the process of ivf! dgf has a super-rare name containing the letter x and two “filler”-y middle names. she shares her last name with a famous historical poet. after coming out as nonbinary, dp chose a long and romantic unisex name for themselves. they kept their birth name as their middle name. this name is a traditionally feminine name relating to their irish heritage. their last name is a non-anglicized “mac” surname.