Need help naming baby girl #3 Enara??

I have two girls [name]Emma[/name] [name]Gail[/name] and [name]Evie[/name] Frenchy looking for a name for baby girl #3.

Names we like: [name]Ruby[/name], [name]Ruthie[/name], [name]Annie[/name], Enara, [name]Lily[/name]

I am worried that Enara might be two exotic with [name]Emma[/name] and [name]Evie[/name] being fairly classic. I want it to sound right when their names are said together. Would like another E, but having a hard time finding one. I do like Enara, but can’t find much info on it. I would love any suggestions.


[name]Ah[/name], I just posted on your other question. I personally would go with a non-E name, so I think [name]Ruby[/name] and [name]Annie[/name] would be perfect! But if you are looking for an E name… I do think Enara looks oddly exotic or even a little made-up. If you like the sounds, I think [name]Imara[/name] or [name]Imani[/name] look more natural, but those don’t have the E. I think these E names would match [name]Emma[/name] and [name]Evie[/name], though:

[name]Elise[/name] or [name]Elisa[/name]
[name]Echo[/name] - definitely a bit different, but I think its brevity and familiarity make it work
[name]Elaine[/name] or [name]Elena[/name]
[name]Ellen[/name] or [name]Elin[/name]

I think you should stick with an ‘E’ name, because anything that isn’t will stand out and seem awkward. Enara is a bit too exotic.


I don’t think Enara sounds right with your other girl names. Instead of going with an ‘E’ name, why not go with a vowel name. [name]Annie[/name] would be nice but would you go with [name]Anna[/name] nn [name]Annie[/name]? Also, [name]Olive[/name]/[name]Olivia[/name], [name]Ivy[/name], [name]Isla[/name], [name]Anneliese[/name], or, if you want an ‘E’ name, I’d go with [name]Emily[/name] or [name]Eliza[/name]. You could do a double barrel name- [name]Emily[/name] [name]Alice[/name], [name]Emily[/name] [name]Anne[/name]? If you went with [name]Emily[/name] [name]Anne[/name], she could go by [name]Annie[/name], maybe? I think [name]Eliza[/name] could work too. It’s distinctive amongst the other two ‘E’ names and has the same vintage feel.

[name]Eden[/name], [name]Elena[/name], [name]Eliza[/name]

I like Enara, but I like [name]Elara[/name] and [name]Elora[/name] better.

I think if you stick with E, you will need to stay with it if you have more kids.

My friend had three kids: a boy with a common A name ([name]Aiden[/name]) and two girls with weird E names (Eiffel and [name]Eddie[/name]). The boy, when he got to be about 9, felt different enough that he started going by his middle name, [name]Enoch[/name], and still goes by it at 12. (They had another son, [name]Maximiliano[/name] Eunitas, who also goes by his middle). For the record - when they named [name]Aiden[/name], [name]Aiden[/name] was not popular at all.

Sooo… I’d say if you want to have more kids without E names, go with a non-E name for this one or you’re stuck. But if this is your last baby, stick with E.

You don’t have to go with an ‘E’ name. Two isn’t a theme. Three would be a theme. [name]Don[/name]'t feel pressured into making up names that start with ‘E’ just to fit your other two girls.

[name]Emma[/name], [name]Evie[/name] and [name]Lily[/name] works. The names have a similar feel to them and you haven’t had to make up an ‘E’ name!

I don’t think you HAVE to go with an E name if you go with something that fits. Personally, I like the [name]Isla[/name] or [name]Ivy[/name] suggestions. I am not a fan of [name]Emily[/name] because you already have an [name]Emma[/name]. That just sounds like bad twin names to me - [name]Emma[/name] and [name]Emily[/name].