Names I will use

Here are names that I will use when I do have children.

Girl: [name]Tiffany[/name] [name]Elaine[/name] [name]Ren[/name] J.
[name]Olivia[/name] [name]Alison[/name] or [name]Alison[/name] [name]Olivia[/name] ([name]Alice[/name])

[name]Ren[/name] means water lily or lotus in Japanese.

Boy: [name]Kenzo[/name] [name]Joseph[/name] J.

[name]Kenzo[/name] means strong and healthy in Japanese.

[name]Tiffany[/name]'s a bit dated to the late 80’s/early 90’s so it’s rather a surprise to hear these days. I have to admit, I like [name]Tiffany[/name], and think of it’s medieval usage before it’s modern one. [name]Elaine[/name] is a gorgeous name! To feel more current, I’d probably flip them, [name]Elaine[/name] [name]Tiffany[/name].

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! I would have to second the comment from [name]Lola[/name] about [name]Tiffany[/name] feeling a bit dated. For me, I tend to think of 80’s girls in high school - I have a hard time imagining the name transitioning well out of young adulthood, although I’m sure there are many happy adult Tiffanys out there who would disagree with me. I would also flip the order of the names, making [name]Tiffany[/name] the middle name instead of the first.

My niece is named [name]Tiffani[/name] (with the dreaded i) and I agree with the others that it just doesn’t feel like a name that ages well. To be completely blunt, it falls into a category known locally as “trailer park chic.” [name]Kenzo[/name], on the other hand, is close enough to my beloved [name]Enzo[/name] that I heartily approve!

My Aunt [name]Elaine[/name] just died, and I really loved her. She was like a second mother to me. So I love the name [name]Elaine[/name] so much. [name]Eleni[/name] is a pretty name, too. It is the Greek form of [name]Helen[/name]. [name]Elaine[/name] is the French form of [name]Helen[/name]. [name]Eleni[/name] is pronounced Ee-[name]LAY[/name]-nee, I think. I would consider using [name]Elaine[/name] or [name]Eleni[/name] as a name for a daughter. Also I love [name]Eleanor[/name]. But I don’t like [name]Helen[/name] as much. [name]Tiffany[/name] was popular in my area of the country over twenty or even twenty-five years ago. It was like a shooting star that is no more. There are some names that are stylish now that have a similar feel: Luxe, [name]Ruby[/name], [name]Diamond[/name], [name]Golden[/name], [name]Emerald[/name], [name]Tiana[/name], and [name]Jewel[/name]. Of all those names [name]Ruby[/name] is the popular one.