opinions & suggestions needed

I’ve loved [name]Kaia[/name] for about four years now. I prefer the Scandinavian spelling [name]Kaja[/name], but I’m afraid it will be constantly mispronounced. [name]Do[/name] you think [name]Kaia[/name] will become super popular, especially with all its spelling variations ([name]Kiya[/name], [name]Kaya[/name], [name]Kaja[/name])? I want my children to have unusual names so this would be a deal breaker.

What do you think of the combos:

[name]Kaia[/name] [name]Lorelei[/name]
[name]Katya[/name] [name]Eve[/name]
Kalia [name]Ivy[/name]
[name]Aria[/name] [name]Carys[/name]
[name]Lorelei[/name] [name]Kate[/name]
[name]Zaria[/name] [name]Eve[/name]

Can you sugguest some other combos? Or even names with the same “feel” as [name]Kaia[/name] (preferably starting with a K)? I like exotic/unusual names. Also it would be a plus if first name or middle name contained the letter ‘v’.

Siblings would be [name]Kiana[/name] and [name]Killian[/name] (yes, matchy but it is an important tradition in BF’s family). Last name is similar to [name]Norris[/name].

I love [name]Aria[/name] [name]Carys[/name]! Although I would prefer [name]Aria[/name] [name]Charis[/name] because I think the Greek spelling compliments classical [name]Aria[/name] better than the Welsh [name]Carys[/name].

I don’t think [name]Kaia[/name] is going to become super popular. [name]Just[/name] a little better known.

[name]Kaia[/name] [name]Lorelei[/name] – This works well.
[name]Katya[/name] [name]Eve[/name] – Something is off with the flow here.
Kalia [name]Ivy[/name] – Kalia is too close to [name]Killian[/name] imo.
[name]Aria[/name] [name]Carys[/name] – [name]Love[/name], but the ‘y’ looks a bit to strong next to soft [name]Aria[/name].
[name]Lorelei[/name] [name]Kate[/name] – Pretty
[name]Zaria[/name] [name]Eve[/name] – Very nice. Exotic but not too strange.


[name]Aria[/name] [name]Charis[/name]
[name]Aria[/name] [name]Genevieve[/name]
[name]Katya[/name] [name]Evelina[/name]
[name]Kaia[/name] [name]Olivia[/name]
[name]Kaia[/name] [name]Silvia[/name]
[name]Lorelei[/name] [name]Violet[/name]

One suggestion: you could spell [name]Kaia[/name] as Kyja. I have a cousin who spells it that way and have always enjoyed it. I think it’s a gorgeous name however you choose to spell it!

[name]Kaia[/name] [name]Lorelei[/name] – beautiful lilting flow. Are you pronouncing the end as “lie” or “lee”?
[name]Katya[/name] [name]Eve[/name] – very pretty
Kalia [name]Ivy[/name] – very pretty
[name]Aria[/name] [name]Carys[/name] – pretty again, but I do agree that the Greek spelling looks better.
[name]Lorelei[/name] [name]Kate[/name] – pretty
[name]Zaria[/name] [name]Eve[/name] – A little abrupt when I say it aloud.

You have beautiful name possibilities!
[name]Kaia[/name] [name]Lorelei[/name] is my favorite of your combos.

As for other name suggestions:

Eleva (ehl-EEV-ah) – I have a friend with this name and always thought it was gorgeous
[name]Genevra[/name] (geh-NEE-vrah)
[name]Genevieve[/name] (either the American or the French pronunciation)

Some other less common names that may appeal to you:
[name]Marit[/name] (MAH-rit) – Scandinavian like [name]Kaja[/name].
[name]Kari[/name] (KAH-ee)
[name]Marin[/name]/[name]Karin[/name] (MAH-in, KAH-rin)
[name]Rhian[/name] ([name]REE[/name]-in)
[name]Naida[/name] (NAY-da)

[name]Ivy[/name] and [name]Lorelei[/name] would work well as first names too!