I’m attempting to solidify sibling names for my son, [name]Jonah[/name] [name]Elliot[/name]. The sex of our second child will be concealed until birth, so we need to settle on a boy name and a girl name.
For the girls, so far we have:
[name]Adiah[/name] [name]Colette[/name] - meaning “ornament of Jehovah” and “[name]Victory[/name] of the People” . . . This name is extremely significant and feels like a powerful declaration of our faith, but I’m concerned that [name]Adiah[/name] will be percieved as strange (pronounced A-[name]DEE[/name]-uh).
[name]Ella[/name] [name]Sofia[/name]- my husband’s name is [name]Allen[/name], and [name]Ella[/name] is almost the inverse of his name. He’s in love with this one. I love [name]Sofia[/name] because it means “revelatory wisdom.”
[name]Evelyn[/name] Caire- We love the class and sophistication of this name. We would likely call her “[name]Eve[/name].”
Which girl name do you think fits best with our son [name]Jonah[/name] [name]Elliot[/name]?
Also, our last name is [name]Willis[/name], so I’m concerned that [name]Ella[/name] [name]Willis[/name] may have too many L’s. Thanks so much for your advice!