See the results of this poll: Most beautiful name for a woman?

Respondents: 45 (This poll is closed)

  • Tallulah (Lula) : 10 (14%)
  • Violetta : 19 (26%)
  • Priscilla : 5 (7%)
  • Capucine : 1 (1%)
  • Penelope : 14 (19%)
  • Helena : 13 (18%)
  • Camille: 12 (16%)

1 [name]Helena[/name] - classic and gorgeous
2 [name]Camille[/name] - sweet and romantic
3 [name]Penelope[/name] - quirky and spunky

I say [name]Violetta[/name] just like you and I think it’s gorgeous. I say [name]Helena[/name] as hel-en-uh but I still think its beautiful. [name]Penelope[/name] would be my third choice.

  1. [name]Violetta[/name]
  2. [name]Helena[/name]
  3. [name]Penelope[/name]

I love love love, [name]Penelope[/name], [name]Helena[/name], [name]Tallulah[/name] and [name]Camille[/name] - in that order! I adore the nn [name]Lula[/name] too.

[name]Flower[/name] names that are neither too popular, or out there, that you may like:

[name]Zahara[/name] (means flower)
[name]Camellia[/name] (similar to [name]Camille[/name]!)

[name]Hope[/name] that helps! Best of luck :slight_smile:

I like [name]Violetta[/name] best, and it’s a family name, so it has some significance. As for pronunciation, unless you live in [name]Italy[/name], no one’s going to pronounce it like an Italian would, but the English pronunciation isn’t so far from the Italian, is it?

[name]Camille[/name] is one of my absolute favorites. It is not common, but not unheard of either. It is feminine and soft.

Thank you so much!!! It’s funny because before I got pregnant, I was set on naming my daughter [name]Elvis[/name] and calling her [name]Elvie[/name]. Now that just seems too much! I’ve also been toying with the name [name]Viola[/name]. It’s fun thinking of names, but I feel like I’m getting burnt out & nothing seems quite right ~ thank you so much for all of your suggestions & thoughts!!!

I already commented in the other post, but I voted for [name]Helena[/name] and [name]Penelope[/name].

My favorite is [name]Camille[/name]. Although, I did know a very rude and obnoxious person named [name]Camille[/name] (as a joke, her friends called her Camel), but I like the name because it makes me think Lady [name]Camille[/name] of (insert place in Great [name]Britain[/name]). I have a thing for the British, and if the name sounds beautiful and brilliant with Lady in front of it, I will almost certainly love it. Although, I do like the name [name]Camilla[/name] more. It has a less harsh “eel” sound at the end, and sounds good with Lady in front of it ^-^

I just really like regal sounding names that don’t necessarily have to be royalty.

Honestly, [name]Priscilla[/name] makes me think of a very fussy person. Although, it does sound pretty with Lady in front of it! And [name]Penelope[/name] is pretty, but it is so long that I would not want to use it on my children, but this isn’t about my children! Although I would never use it for my children, I would love it if my little girl (or boy) knew a [name]Penelope[/name] from class when they got older (I’m due in [name]September[/name]! and I can’t wait!). As for the other names, my least favorite is [name]Tallulah[/name], followed by [name]Capucine[/name] (I’m just put off by the spelling and pronunciation), and finally [name]Helena[/name]. I do like [name]Violetta[/name] (your pronunciation is much better than the others, although too foreign sounding for me).

I think you can’t go wrong with [name]Violetta[/name], [name]Helena[/name], or [name]Penelope[/name]. Beautiful!

If you are looking for pretty flower names that are both a little unusual but not too out there, I think the following work:


I always thought [name]Elettra[/name] was one of the most beautiful Italian names, and more wearable than [name]Electra[/name].

Good luck!