Rosalie Charlotte, Lucy Annabelle or Evelyn Charlotte :)

See the results of this poll: Rosalie Charlotte, Lucy Annabelle or Evelyn Charlotte :slight_smile:

Respondents: 38 (This poll is closed)

  • Rosalie Charlotte : 17 (45%)
  • Lucy Annabelle : 9 (24%)
  • Evelyn Charlotte: 12 (32%)

Hmmm…either [name]Lucy[/name] [name]Annabelle[/name] or [name]Charlotte[/name] [name]Evelyn[/name]. I pn it ev-ah-lyn. Some pn it ev-lyn, skipping the ah/e

I voted for [name]Rosalie[/name] [name]Charlotte[/name] but I also like [name]Evelyn[/name] [name]Charlotte[/name]. I pronounce it Ev-ah-lyn.

I voted [name]Evelyn[/name] [name]Charlotte[/name], although I would love any combo that uses [name]Annabelle[/name] or [name]Charlotte[/name] as a FN. :slight_smile: I say [name]Evelyn[/name] like EV-eh-lyn, or EV-lyn–sort of a smoosh of the two, with the middle syllable barely pronounced. :slight_smile:

I like [name]Rosalie[/name] [name]Charlotte[/name]-- it manages to be cheerful and dignified at the same time.

I, perhaps uniquely, still see [name]Evelyn[/name] as either old-lady or fading into the vast sea of -lyn names (i.e. [name]Caitlin[/name] and [name]Ashlyn[/name]). It seems like cardboard in comparison to something as vibrant as [name]Rosalie[/name].

[name]Annabelle[/name] is more frilly & cutesy than [name]Charlotte[/name], by miles, though [name]Lucy[/name] too has that perfect balance of sweetness and depth.

I prefer [name]Annabelle[/name] [name]Lucy[/name] flow-wise. [name]Evelyn[/name] [name]Charlotte[/name] is stunning. I love [name]Rosalie[/name], but not so much with [name]Charlotte[/name].

[name]Lucy[/name] [name]Annabelle[/name] is gorgeous! (although I would probably spell [name]Annabel[/name] like so)

The only [name]Evelyn[/name]'s I know pn it Ev-uh-lynn, which is my instinct

I voted for Rosalie Charlotte. My second choice would be Lucy Annabelle. Evelyn is a name that I should like, but I’ve never warmed up to it. I pronounce it “Ev-ah-lyn.” I prefer it as a middle name than first, but there is nothing wrong with it.