Sister for Noa

Sorry for bombarding you all with the same choices the past few days!

I’m just looking for the perfect fit.

I know I want to use [name]Noa[/name] for a girl- but I am looking for a sister name that goes nicely with [name]Noa[/name]. My options I had been considering were [name]Garner[/name] and [name]Monroe[/name] (Greenley and McLaine were shot down).

[name]Every[/name] time I think I have it figured out someone mentions that it could flow better and I doubt myself all over again haha!

Any opinions on a matching girl name for [name]Noa[/name] would be more than appreciated :slight_smile:

[name]Chloe[/name] - this would repeat the long o sound to help them match a little
[name]Ava[/name] - both three letters and end in a

[name]Hope[/name] you like some of those

My twin sister is using [name]Harlow[/name] for a girl :confused:

[name]Greer[/name] has been on my list before (I really like it, but I dont think I understand what makes names work together- why does this sound better to people than [name]Garner[/name]- not being sarcastic- sincerely want to know!)

I [name]LOVE[/name] greyson- but my last name is white and I dont know about the color connection

I am just striving for something as different as [name]Noa[/name]

[name]Noa[/name] and sister…

[name]Hanna[/name]/[name]Hannah[/name] (if you don’t mind the “a” endings)

I much prefer [name]Greer[/name] because to me it sounds softer and more accessible. [name]Garner[/name] to me sounds a little harsh and more like a word than a name. [name]Greer[/name] is very cute and namey to me so that is why I prefer it.

I think [name]Greyson[/name] White sounds just fine. [name]Grey[/name] White would be too much. [name]Even[/name] Greenley White would have been a little much since there is so much emphasis on the [name]Green[/name] part. When I hear [name]Greyson[/name] I don’t think of the color at all.

What about [name]Elliot[/name]? I think it is different on a girl.

I have had [name]Elliot[/name] on my list for a long time but it is the last name of my ex so I feel that it would be unfair to my husband

I love [name]Quinn[/name] and I have tried talking my husband into it but he is a hard one to crack. He thinks it is strictly a boy’s name and a bad one at that. What do men know?! :wink:

As [name]Noa[/name] is #15 for girls in the Netherlands, maybe you like some of the other favs that are less usual in the US. [name]How[/name] about:

Loïs …

Oo I adore [name]Noa[/name] and [name]Greer[/name]!

[name]Greer[/name] v [name]Garner[/name] in my opinion - while I do like [name]Garner[/name], it certainly is growing on me, it feels a little off with [name]Noa[/name]. For starters there’s the fact they have the exact same rhythm which feels a little matchy when you say them together. I think, if you say them outloud, [name]Noa[/name] and [name]Greer[/name] sound much better than [name]Noa[/name] and [name]Garner[/name]. Also, while to some people [name]Noa[/name] may have a masculine feel because of the similarity to popular male name [name]Noah[/name], to me it has a soft and glamorous sound and look, possibly due to the Cacherel perfume [name]Noa[/name]. [name]Greer[/name] has this same glamorous feel to me. [name]Garner[/name] is cool and strong, which are good qualities too, but not quite the same as those [name]Noa[/name] has.

[name]Monroe[/name] kind of walks the line between the two. It feels glamorous because of the links to [name]Marilyn[/name], but strong since it’s a solid sounding surname name like [name]Garner[/name]. I think [name]Garner[/name] and [name]Monroe[/name] sound great, but I adore [name]Noa[/name], [name]Greer[/name] and [name]Monroe[/name]. Wow! They would be 3, stylish, glamorous and very unique sisters!

[name]Hope[/name] that helped a little :slight_smile:

I guess [name]Noa[/name] only has a unisex feel because of the male [name]Noah[/name], but it is very much a feminine name on it’s own, and to me has a super feminine sound if you take away the [name]Noah[/name] association. [name]Garner[/name] is very much more a true unisex/surname name. I see [name]Noa[/name] matching better with truly feminine but not frilly names. Like [name]Greer[/name], Brienne, [name]Romy[/name], [name]Hadley[/name], [name]Esme[/name], [name]Blythe[/name], [name]Maeve[/name], [name]Laurel[/name], [name]Darcy[/name], [name]Wren[/name], [name]Baye[/name], [name]Elle[/name], [name]Lark[/name], [name]Lake[/name], [name]Ciel[/name], [name]Cleo[/name], [name]Giselle[/name], [name]Holland[/name], [name]Marlo[/name], [name]Monet[/name], [name]Soleil[/name], [name]Lyra[/name], [name]Indigo[/name], [name]Sanna[/name], [name]Sidonie[/name].

Good luck :slight_smile:

[name]Ivy[/name] or [name]Ari[/name]