I had never really been one for double-barrelled names before, but lately I think I’ve taken a bit of a liking to them. Particularly, I haven’t been able to get the combination [name]Lily[/name] [name]Eve[/name] out of my head. I’m a bit hesitant and turned-off by [name]Lily[/name]'s incredibly popularity, but there’s something about the combination that I still really like. Is [name]Lily[/name] [name]Eve[/name] enough of a seperate name from [name]Lily[/name] that [name]Lily[/name]'s popularity shouldn’t be an issue? What do you think of it?
Also, any suggestions for uncommon double-barrelled names, or any ideas in regards to what makes a combination of names work well as a double-barrelled name? I have a vague hypothesis that a two syllable name followed by a one syllable seems to work best - [name]Juno[/name] [name]Belle[/name], [name]Calla[/name] [name]Gwen[/name], [name]Lily[/name] [name]Wren[/name], and so on.